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Coronavirus: America's response

Vox's coverage of how the United States is responding to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, from President Trump, Congress, and state governments, to our healthcare systems and medical officials. To read more of Vox's coronavirus coverage, return to the hub here.

The new guidelines for Covid-19 booster shots, explained

Does everybody need a booster shot?

A simple solution to endless school quarantines

Americans are dying because no hospital will take them

The US was a world leader in vaccination. What went wrong?

America needs to decide how much Covid-19 risk it will tolerate

Service workers now have another thankless job: Checking vaccine statuses

Why America can’t fix its Covid-19 testing problems

How safe is it for kids to go to school during delta?

How Florida’s massive Covid-19 spike got so bad

The delta doldrums

It’s time to accept that school won’t be normal in the fall

Covid-19 cases now fall into 3 distinct categories

Biden thinks his new eviction moratorium may be doomed. Here’s why he’s trying it anyway.

The best way to avoid future variants is to vaccinate the world

Federal eviction protections have ended, leaving renters scrambling

Google and Facebook lead the way with Covid-19 vaccine mandates. Will corporate America follow?

Mandate the vaccine, not masks

Does Congress know what it would take to stop the next pandemic?

Making sense of the recent Covid-19 spike

Lockdown was not a sabbatical

America still needs to learn from its biggest pandemic failure

California mandated masks. Florida opened its restaurants. Did any of it matter?

Guaranteed income is graduating from charity to public policy

The 6 reasons Americans aren’t getting vaccinated

Ohio’s vaccine lottery is a winner no matter what 

Bosses are acting like the pandemic never happened

Beers, flights, and discounts: The growing list of vaccine freebies

The lingering threat of fall Covid-19 outbreaks

What happened to the $45 billion in rent relief?

Cash bonuses, on-site clinics, paid leave: How US companies are supporting the vaccine drive

The US should give away its vaccine doses. Now.

What American kids need this summer

We shouldn’t go back to “normal.” Normal wasn’t good enough.

Biden agreed to waive vaccine patents. But will that help get doses out faster?

“Talk to your doctor” might be key to easing concerns about the vaccine

Why getting vaccinated for Covid-19 is more popular in the UK than in the US

The US is in danger of learning the wrong lessons from Covid-19

America is already missing its chance to prepare for the next pandemic.

Crowds, concentration, and a new perspective: The case for movie theaters

The Pandemic Playbook

Vox explores the successes — and setbacks — in six nations as they fought Covid-19.

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