Officials invited people subject to health care discrimination to file complaints. But formal rule-making will be needed before a Trump-era policy can be fully reversed.
By Michael D. Shear and Margot Sanger-Katz
The company said it also plans to apply this month for full F.D.A. approval — not just emergency authorization — for the vaccine’s use in adults.
By Emily Anthes
Officials offered mixed messages about masks in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic before embracing them as a simple but effective tool for slowing the spread of Covid-19.
By Marie Fazio
A variety of digital and old-fashioned approaches are being used to confirm vaccination for entry to public places. But the world is still far from a universal standard of proof for crossing borders.
By Heather Murphy
Putting a risk in context: The rate of blood clots is extremely low, but the pause in the Johnson & Johnson vaccine could reveal more cases.
By Margot Sanger-Katz and Alicia Parlapiano
As shots roll out to growing numbers of Americans, the political picture is getting more chaotic.
By Giovanni Russonello
Nearly everyone with a marketplace health plan can seek more financial help. Many uninsured Americans and people who buy their insurance elsewhere can also benefit.
By Sarah Kliff and Margot Sanger-Katz
The stimulus bill spends billions to help more Americans buy Obamacare plans. But getting those dollars will take some work, and some waiting.
By Margot Sanger-Katz and Sarah Kliff
The expansion of Medicaid is an effort to address the highest maternal death rate among wealthy nations.
By Sarah Kliff
There is more financial assistance for more people seeking coverage. And many people who are already covered can get discounts, too, if they sign up.
By Margot Sanger-Katz