Mexico’s official death count now exceeds 110,000, but researchers, politicians, and national and international media have suggested the true toll is even greater.
Delegates from the International Committee of the Red Cross quarantined for two weeks but then encountered health protections that made it difficult to communicate with detainees.
As the Yuqui people in the Bolivian part of the Amazon struggle to survive, their lives and territory are threatened in several ways.
The United Arab Emirates said a vaccine had 86% efficacy “against COVID-19 infection.”
In the U.S., school closures during the pandemic have some worried about a "lost COVID generation" of children. But that's not the case in Germany.
The government vaccine effort has partnered with pharmacies to administer shots, in addition to health clinics and hospital systems. But how will doctors and nurses know whether someone is an essential worker? How will a pharmacy confirm that someone has hypertension?
Flooding of Lake Victoria a double tragedy during COVID-19
When Kenya’s schools closed, many children were left more vulnerable. Some local volunteers took it upon themselves to step in.
Jamaican migrant farmers are up against two invisible forces: the virus and Florida’s severe weather.
In Africa, researchers are trying to answer a crucial question that has gotten relatively little attention: Could cheap, widely available drugs prevent patients with mild illness from becoming severely sick?
Most domestic abuse hinges on isolating someone, emotionally and physically, from the outside world. That makes the pandemic ideal for abusers.
Rohit Jain captures the struggle and spirit of the children whose families were exposed to the disaster on December 2, 1984, and its after-effects.