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Fauci warns U.S. is heading in “wrong direction” as COVID cases skyrocket again

July 27th, 2021
Fauci warns U.S. is heading in “wrong direction” as COVID cases skyrocket again

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U.S. is heading in the “wrong direction” with the coronavirus pandemic. Cases are skyrocketing, and as Manuel Bojorquez and David Begnaud report, most of those infections are among the unvaccinated. Then, internal medicine physician Dr. Stella Safo joins CBSN’s Elaine Quijano with the day’s coronavirus headlines. Continue To Full Article  Read More

Protests spark across Europe against coronavirus mandates

July 26th, 2021
Protests spark across Europe against coronavirus mandates

Proof of vaccination is becoming law in countries across Europe, but some feel passports infringe on their privacy. Protests popped up across countries, including a violent march in Paris. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joins “CBSN AM” to talk more about the regulations and how most people feel about them. Continue To Full Article  Read More

07/11: Fauci, Gottlieb, Johnson, Kirby

July 11th, 2021
07/11: Fauci, Gottlieb, Johnson, Kirby

This week on “Face the Nation,” warning signs about new coronavirus cases, extreme weather affecting tens of millions and a threat to Russia following the latest cyberattack. Continue To Full Article  Read More

Tokyo moving forward with hosting Olympics amid rise in COVID-19 cases

July 1st, 2021
Tokyo moving forward with hosting Olympics amid rise in COVID-19 cases

Despite a spike in coronavirus infections, Tokyo is still planning to go ahead with the Olympics set to begin July 23. Japan’s Prime Minister said it’s possible the games will be held without spectators. CBS News foreign correspondent Lucy Craft joins “CBSN AM” from the host city with the latest. Continue To Full Article  Read More

COVID pandemic’s impact on mental health in America

June 29th, 2021
COVID pandemic’s impact on mental health in America

The CDC says more than 54% of the country has been vaccinated, causing most states to lift their coronavirus restrictions. However, new guidance from the World Health Organization says that even fully vaccinated people should continue wearing masks because of the highly contagious Delta variant. Doctor Jessi Gold, a psychiatrist and assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis, joins CBSN to discuss the impact this type of conflicting information could have on the mental health of Americans. Continue To Full Article  Read More

India struggles with COVID-19 as a new infection targets survivors

June 20th, 2021
India struggles with COVID-19 as a new infection targets survivors

In addition to its ongoing COVID-19 crisis, India is now dealing with Mucormycosis, a fungal infection that can be deadly, especially when a patient’s immune system is weakened by the coronavirus. More than 28,000 Indians have contracted the infection, officials say. Chris Livesay has more. Continue To Full Article  Read More

Delta variant threat looms large in states with lagging vaccination rates

June 19th, 2021
Delta variant threat looms large in states with lagging vaccination rates

While many states with high COVID-19 vaccination rates are lifting restrictions and easing back to normal, states with low vaccination rates are facing increased coronavirus cases. The more contagious and lethal Delta variant could fuel further outbreaks. Lilia Luciano reports. Continue To Full Article  Read More

California approaches full reopening amid low coronavirus cases

June 12th, 2021
California approaches full reopening amid low coronavirus cases

After more than 15 months of emergency restrictions, California is set to fully reopen on Tuesday. Roughly 142 million people in the U.S. are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Lilia Luciano reports. Continue To Full Article  Read More

President Biden announces U.S. new global vaccine efforts

June 10th, 2021
President Biden announces U.S. new global vaccine efforts

President Biden has announced that the U.S. will be donating 500 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to countries in need. The announcement comes one day ahead of the G7 summit. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes and CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O’Keefe join CBSN’s Tanya Rivero with the latest. Continue To Full Article  Read More

Scientists push for full investigation into COVID-19 lab leak theory

June 2nd, 2021
Scientists push for full investigation into COVID-19 lab leak theory

Health experts in the U.S. are calling for China to comply with a full investigation into the origins of COVID-19, including whether the coronavirus could have emerged from a lab leak. Dr. Peter Hotez, co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children’s Hospital and dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, joined CBSN to discuss the possible scenarios and what needs to happen next. Continue To Full Article  Read More