COVID-19 is a respiratory disease that spreads from person to person through respiratory droplets and aerosol particles during breathing, talking, sneezing, and coughing. COVID-19 can cause mild to severe cold and influenza-like symptoms.




Recent Updates

  • May 11th: CDC transitioned its COVID-19 data from case rates to hospitalizations and death data.
  • May 1st: The Biden-Harris Administration annouched the end of COVID-19 vaccine requirements for federal employees, contractors, international travelors, Head Start educators, and CMS-certified facilites.
  • April 18th: The FDA amended the emergency use authorization (EUAs) of the bivalent vaccine to simplify vaccination for most individuals. This includes authorizing the current bivalent vaccines to be used for all doses administered to individuals six months and older, including additional dose(s) for certain populations. The monovalent vaccines are no longer authorized for use.



  • May 3rd (WHO): Global Strategic Preparedness, Readiness, and Response Plan for 2023-2025
  • May 11th (FDA): Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Are Informing Preparation for Future Public Health Emergencies
  • May 11th (Goverment Accountability Office): Critical Need to Address Deficiencies in HHS's Leadership and Coordination in Emergencies
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