From Memorial Day to Labor Day, here is a look back at how the delta variant and millions of unvaccinated Americans fueled the country’s COVID-19 resurgence.
Authorities said nine residents of an Orange County long-term care facility were taken to the hospital, testing positive for the coronavirus. All residents had received a COVID-19 vaccine.
Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University announced Tuesday that it expects all students to wear masks in classrooms and on aircraft. Their spokesperson made it clear to FOX 35 News that this is not a mask mandate.
Some good news came along with the bad news at Monday morning’s Orange County coronavirus briefing.
A nationwide nursing shortage is now being felt in Central Florida. Nurses on the frontlines are sounding the alarm as they deal with more patients in the ICU due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In a statement released by the company on Wednesday, Pfizer-BioNTech said patients who received a booster shot up to eight months after their two-dose regimen were given three times the protection from the novel coronavirus.
Tourism officials say they always see a dip in visitors this time of year but this year seems like it’s a bigger dip than normal, and walking around International Drive on a Friday night, it didn’t seem too busy.
The BTS tour was originally announced in January 2020 and slated to begin in April, stopping at 17 venues worldwide with 38 concerts across Asia, Europe and North America to promote BTS’s new album “Map of the Soul: 7.”
Central Florida’s largest hospital system is reporting about 1,620 patients are currently hospitalized with COVID-19. That’s AdventHealth’s highest number since the pandemic began.
One expert called unvaccinated people 'sitting ducks' for the delta variant.
NIH scientists discovered a new COVID-19 test technique that may reduce test time and cost while increasing efficiency.
The American Academy of Pediatrics wrote a letter to the FDA urging it to work “aggressively” toward authorizing a COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 12.
CDC data shows the delta variant makes up 83.4% of COVID cases in the United States. But when combined with its sublineages, that number grows to 93.4%.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urges everyone who can -- to get vaccinated. But what about children who aren’t yet eligible? Here's what we know.
Here’s what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says about the Delta variant, its symptoms, characteristics and other things to watch for.
COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and vaccine rates are all increasing amid the spread of the delta variant. Here are some answers to common questions about the variant and the vaccines.
Scientists in the U.K. said a COVID-19 variant with the ability to evade current vaccines is highly likely and will most likely require a new vaccine, possibly in the form of a yearly booster.
The delta variant may also progress quicker in hospitalized patients, one expert said.
Starting Monday, all Publix employees will be required to wear masks, and Walmart employees will be required to wear face coverings if they work in areas with high infection rates. It remains optional for customers.
The nation’s top infectious disease expert is warning that more “pain and suffering” is ahead as COVID-19 cases climb again and officials plead with unvaccinated Americans to get inoculated.