Just a few months ago, European Union efforts were a mess, but its problems were temporary. The United States turned out to have the more lasting challenge.
By Elian Peltier and Josh Holder
Rich nations have bought up most doses long into the future, and there is little hope of a rescue in sight.
By Abdi Latif Dahir and Josh Holder
This was featured in live coverage.
Maps show the extent of the fighting that has killed more than 200 people, the vast majority in the Gaza Strip.
By Weiyi Cai, Josh Holder, Lauren Leatherby, Eleanor Lutz, Scott Reinhard and Karen Yourish
By Amy Harmon and Josh Holder
Much has been said about people opposed to or skeptical of coronavirus vaccines. But there’s another group that has yet to get shots, and their reasons are more complex.
Use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine has taken a hit after it was paused by the federal government, but the rate of Moderna and Pfizer vaccinations has been falling as well.
By Josh Holder and Amy Schoenfeld Walker
By Josh Holder, Allison McCann and Benjamin Mueller
Much of the continent is experiencing a wave of outbreaks driven by the B.1.1.7 variant, which ravaged Britain this winter.
The majority of the nation’s most disadvantaged counties with the fewest fully vaccinated people are in the South.