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Vaccination has become a politically polarising issue in the United States, where approximately 63 percent of the population is fully vaccinated
Apps to verify COVID-19 immunisation spark debate as concerns over privacy, access gain ground in US
The argument over whether 'vaccine passports' are a sensible response to the pandemic or governmental overreach echoes the bitter disputes over the past year about masks, shutdown orders and even the vaccines themselves.
Joe Biden slams Donald Trump for downplaying COVID-19 soon after returning to White House from hospital
The US president told Americans 'to get out there' and not fear COVID-19 as he returned from the Walter Reed National Medical Centre for COVID-19 treatment
Donald Trump, Melania test positive: 'COVID will go away without a vaccine'; from denying severity to hailing US response, what president said
Trump has been found to be the world's biggest driver of COVID-19 misinformation during the pandemic, a Cornell University study concluded
According to Johns Hopkins University, the United States, Brazil, India and Mexico account for more than 50 percent of the deaths worldwide
Donald Trump announces rollout of 150 mn rapid COVID-19 tests; US accounts for over 20% of 1 mn global deaths
One hundred million rapid point-of-care tests will be given to states and territories to support efforts to reopen their economies and schools immediately, said Trump
'Enough is enough': China tells US at UN meeting after Donald Trump accuses Beijing of unleashing 'plague of COVID-19'
China's UN Ambassador Zhang Jun rejected Trump's accusations of China spreading COVID-19 as 'baseless' and said, 'Lies repeated a thousand times still lie'
US sees first suspected case of coronavirus reinfection in Nevada's Reno; 25-year-old 'much sicker' than last time, officials say
Researchers said they were able to show that the virus associated with each instance of the Reno man's infection represented genetically different strains
While the US has tested close to 65 million people for COVID-19, India would be second with 11 million tests, claimed the US president
Donald Trump, visiting military hospital, wears mask in public for first time; 'too little, too late', says Biden camp
Most prominent Republicans, including Mike Pence, have endorsed wearing masks as the coronavirus gained ground this summer.
Coronavirus Outbreak: US begins repatriation of Americans stranded in India during ongoing 21-day lockdown
United States has begun repatriation of its stranded nationals, who want to return home, from India which is undergoing a 21-day lockdown to stem the spread of coronavirus pandemic
National Doctors' Day in US 2020: Sundar Pichai, New York governor praise medical fraternity; all you need to know
US National Doctors' Day is celebrated annually on 30 March to recognise the services rendered by physicians to the nation. In India, 1 July is celebrated as National Doctors' Day
China cuts transportation links to, from Wuhan as coronavirus toll rises to 81; Japan, US, France arrange chartered flights to evacuate nationals
Countries with citizens in the central Chinese city that's the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak are planning evacuations as the number of illnesses grow and China takes drastic measures to try to stop the spread of the viral