The CEO of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer said during a televised interview Thursday that people will "likely" need a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Merced County was the last of the state's 58 counties that remained in the most restrictive tier until it upgraded to the red category on Wednesday.
A senior living facility in Irvine held a drive-thru breakfast on Thursday to thank local first responders.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week to 576,000, a hopeful sign that layoffs are easing as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession.
About 2,000 fans will be allowed inside to watch the Lakers take on the Boston Celtics on Thursday, but there will be some big changes for fans when they get inside Staples Center.
New research has found that most kids with a serious inflammatory illness linked to the coronavirus had no COVID-19 symptoms or just mild ones. Another small study found that many MIS-C patients also suffered neurological symptoms.
As eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations expands on April 15 to everyone age 16 and over, Los Angeles County has rescheduled the vast majority of appointments for the paused Johnson & Johnson shot, or replaced it with a Pfizer or Moderna dose.
Delta Air Lines will end its middle seat blocking policy on May 1.
Leaving middle seats open and vacant on airplanes may significantly reduce a passenger’s risk of exposure to the coronavirus, a new study published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests.
The spring season correlates with increased pollen counts, and according to a new study, the common allergen could be making COVID-19 infection rates worse.
A potential HIV vaccine that utilizes he same mRNA technology as the COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna is showing promising results.
Dockworkers stopped servicing trucks owned by Universal Logistics Holdings at a Port of Los Angeles terminal on Wednesday in solidarity with truck drivers who went on strike Monday against the company.
The pause on Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine will remain in place for now after U.S. health advisers said they need more evidence to make any decision about the rare blood clots reported.
Two new studies analyzing the worrisome B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant that first emerged in the U.K. found that while the strain is more transmissible, it did not appear to cause more severe COVID-19 illness.
As the U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigates reports of rare but potentially dangerous blood clots connected to the Johnson&Johnson vaccine, the local effort to continue prioritizing low-income and minority neighborhoods is not facing any major disruptions.
A study to test out if Apple Watches and iPhones can detect certain illnesses, such as COVID-19, is accepting participants in the Seattle area.
California, the most populated state is lagging the rest of the country in reopening schools — and in some cases offering options that parents say are unacceptable.
Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel said he anticipates the world will see many coronavirus variants over “the next year or so” and hopes to have a booster shot by the fall.
Orange County officials are reassuring the public they will not issue any mandates regarding access to public or private places depending on a resident's vaccine status.
As states continue to reopen, daily coronavirus cases in the United States are beginning to rise again, triggering worry among experts of a new COVID-19 surge.