The responsibility should not simply lie with employees who are working even harder.
Regional and inter-provincial travel have contributed to the spread of COVID-19 in small and rural communities. Restricting people's movement is more challenging than it seems on the surface.
The government has a legal duty not to exacerbate inequalities in its policies, but this is getting forgotten during the pandemic.
As the world has focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, other microbial foes are waging war on humans. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria pose a growing threat. But viruses may defeat them.
Years of vaccine research tells us that, if side effects are going to occur, they normally occur within the first months after getting a vaccine.
There has been growing discontent with many local authorities and calls by concerned citizens for the municipalities to be dissolved.
Websites that crash. Appointments that fill up within seconds. Scheduling your COVID-19 vaccine shouldn't be this hard. A few states have found a better way.
The pandemic has made many of us acutely aware of the daily risks we need to take. The ancient Greeks often did not leave risky choices up to individuals alone.
While big and small events on the 2021 arts calendar are still shifting or disappearing altogether, a sharper local focus could save the day.
In 1959, three armed men broke into the University of Montréal and stole the whole supply of polio vaccine — 75,000 vials valued at $50,000. What have we learned from this event?
The virus is always present in nature and when circumstances allow, it may jump from one species to another.
Developing a national disaster response plan for the pandemic was only step one.
With the vaccines now being administered at sites around the US, it is important to address misinformation surrounding the effort.
Cities have long resisted the public demand for street food vendors, but the pandemic may reverse those restrictions for good.
'Long COVID' – in which people have symptoms lasting more than a few weeks – is turning out to be very common. People hospitalized for COVID-19 are at highest risk, but they aren't alone.
Too much COVID-19 news could be harmful to your health, experts suggest. So how do you stay informed but not get depressed?
The pandemic will not end for anyone, anywhere until it is controlled in every country. Tanzania’s approach will make it that much harder for normality to return.
People with disabilities are overlooked for COVID-19 vaccine distribution and triage protocols. We need to make this group a priority and address issues that put them at risk.
Short, 20-second bursts of activity — known as exercise 'snacks' — throughout the day have many benefits, from boosting energy and productivity to improving cardiorespiratory fitness.
AI chatbots can provide mental health support for people who are isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic.