Within hours of the news of the Energy Department report exploring the “lab leak” theory, online mentions of conspiracy theories involving COVID-19 began to rise.
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US study finds 1 in 10 get long COVID after omicron, starts identifying key symptoms
The study was an attempt to understand why some people suffer side effects from COVID-19 for months or years after...
FDA: More than 500K COVID tests should be thrown out due to bacteria risk
Around 500,000 of the recalled COVID tests were distributed to CVS Health and around 16,000 were sent to Amazon for...
CDC head Rochelle Walensky resigning, citing pandemic transition
Walensky was brought in to raise morale at the CDC, to rebuild public trust in the agency and to improve...
WHO downgrades COVID pandemic, says it’s no longer emergency
The U.N. health agency said that the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t come to an end despite the emergency phase being over.
US to lift most federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates next week
The move marks the latest display of how President Joe Biden’s administration is moving to treat COVID-19 as a routine,...
‘I feel forgotten’: Fort Worth woman suffering from long COVID unable to work full-time or drive — and she’s struggling to get care
Danielle Sherrill, 27, told WFAA she's suffering from paralysis, chronic pain and fatigue while battling long COVID since February.