Millions taking immunosuppressive medications may have a reduced response to COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on research to determine how to protect these vulnerable patients. Each weekday morning, “CBS This Morning” co-hosts Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil deliver two hours of original reporting, breaking news and top-level […]
Dr. Jen Ashton explains why experts are considering delaying the vaccine’s 2nd dose.
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The federal government says it has now distributed more than 19 million COVID-19 doses, but it didn’t specify how many people have actually been vaccinated. More than three weeks after the first shots were given, CDC data shows only five states have used more than 50% of the shots they’ve […]
Whether it’s a doctor, teacher or delivery driver, “CBS This Morning” is honoring some of the many frontline heroes helping America get through the pandemic. People around the country sent submissions nominating their frontline heroes, and why they are grateful for them. Here are some of their stories.
The FDA’s approval of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine came on the deadliest day in the U.S.’ battle against the pandemic. More than 3,300 people died of the virus, with the country’s total death toll nearing 300,000. Janet Shamlian reports on the struggle facing hospitals and health care workers across the […]
Kyra Phillips speaks with families who are trying to keep their children from going to bed hungry.
Dr. Jen Ashton reports on the antibody treatment that received the FDA’s emergency use approval.
Dr. Jen Ashton has tips for helping people cope with the ongoing quarantine.
With early retirements and other incentives to quit, airlines have already shed thousands of jobs because of the pandemic. Now, as federal aid runs out, thousands more airline workers face layoffs and the loss of their health insurance. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The Dog Whisperer claims canines view social distance as a sign of respect.
The World Health Organization estimates most mild cases of COVID-19 should resolve within two weeks, but thousands of people are reporting symptoms for months after they’ve tested negative. Many patients who have been discharged from the hospital also continue to struggle both physically and mentally. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
Experts say that, due to quarantine restrictions, mothers are less likely to relax and take a break.
When a remote Alaska town’s ferry shut down due to COVID-19 concerns, Toshua Parker, owner of the town’s only grocery store, stepped up to transport supplies. He makes a 14-hour trip weekly. Parker doesn’t hike up prices in his store, despite the extra costs to him. Dana Jacobson reports on […]
CBS News journalists were granted extraordinary access inside a major New York City hospital battling COVID-19 in “Bravery and Hope: 7 Days on the Front Line,” a one-hour primetime special to be presented on May 15 at 9p ET/PT on CBS. “CBS This Morning” has a preview.