Virus cases and hospitalizations rise sharply in Pennsylvania, as dozens of other states see high caseloads.
The U.S. vaccination campaign’s race against the spread of variants — especially B.1.1.7 — is being hobbled by rebounding U.S. tourism and entrenched vaccine hesitancy.
By Madeleine Ngo, Danielle Ivory, Lauren Leatherby and Robert Gebeloff
Least Vaccinated U.S. Counties Have Something in Common: Trump Voters
A Times analysis found that willingness to receive a vaccine and actual vaccination rates to date were both lower, on average, in counties that voted red in the 2020 presidential election.
By Danielle Ivory, Lauren Leatherby and Robert Gebeloff
Massachusetts joins a growing number of states rapidly expanding vaccine eligibility, some exceeding Biden’s May 1 deadline.
The president has called on states to make all adults eligible by May 1 to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
By Alex Lemonides, Danielle Ivory, Mitch Smith, Bryan Pietsch and Eileen Sullivan