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Caitlin Owens
Sep 7, 2022 - Health

Commercializing COVID likely means more out-of-pocket costs

Illustration of a wallet with hundred-dollar bills inside it, and a syringe being stuck into it.
Illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios
Jacob Knutson
Sep 6, 2022 - Health

Top health officials say COVID vaccines will likely become annual

A health care worker administering a COVID-19 vaccine in Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, in August 2022.
Photo: Hannah Beier/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Kelly Tyko
Sep 2, 2022 - Health

Biden administration suspends free at-home COVID tests program

COVID tests in a USPS padded envelope
The federal government ended its free at-home test program Sept. 2. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Arielle Dreher
Sep 2, 2022 - Health

"Game-changer" Paxlovid turns into pandemic enigma

Illustration of a pill with a circular arrow on it.
Illustration: Shoshana Gordon/Axios
Rebecca Falconer
Aug 30, 2022 - Health

California advances medical misinformation bill

California State Senator Dr. Richard Pan announces his legislation to make a COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for California students Monday, January 24.
California State Sen. Richard Pan during a January press conference in Los Angeles. Photo: David Crane/MediaNews Group/Los Angeles Daily News via Getty Images

Jill Biden tests negative for COVID after rebound case

First Lady Jill Biden waves before boarding Air Force One to depart Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on August 10.
First Lady Jill Biden at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland earlier this month. Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images

Moderna's COVID vaccine lawsuit looks ahead to future markets

Illustration of a syringe forming the handle of a gavel.
Illustration: Gabriella Turrisi/Axios
Caitlin Owens
Aug 28, 2022 - Health

Omicron booster shots are right around the corner

Illustration of a person's arm with multiple bandaids on it.
Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios
Kelly Tyko
Aug 27, 2022 - Health

Government to pause free at-home COVID tests by Sept. 2

iHealth COVID-19 tests are on top of and inside a United States Postal pouch
COVIDTests.gov will stop accepting orders for free at-home tests on or before Sept. 2. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images