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First Lady Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19

Jill Biden is "experiencing only mild symptoms," her communications director said, and President Biden tested negative, the White House said.

COVID-19 levels are on the rise again in Mass. Here’s what to know.

As summer slides into fall and children around the state return to school, the uptick in COVID-19 that began in July is continuing, with hospitalizations now at a five-month high.

Norfolk man charged with conspiring to price gouge hospitals during pandemic, officials say

A Norfolk man has agreed to plead guilty to a federal charge alleging he conspired to price gouge hospitals in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic by selling them N95 masks at huge markups, according to prosecutors.

In the absence of any proven treatment, can people with long COVID recover?

Some people with long COVID get at least partially better, while many continue to suffer.

Are we actually experiencing a COVID spike? Take a look at the data.

Plenty of data remain publicly accessible to determine whether COVID is actually on the upswing.

Cold virus season is nearly upon us. Here’s what to know about new RSV, COVID, and flu shots.

For the first time, RSV shots will be available for babies and seniors. Here’s how to space out all three vaccines.

Moderna readies its updated COVID vaccine for fall, but demand could be tepid

The Cambridge biotech’s stock is down sharply so far this year following its meteoric rise during the pandemic.

New vaccines this fall could curb COVID-19 variant, respiratory viruses

An updated COVID-19 booster should be available by late September. Flu shots are arriving at doctors' offices. And for the first time, infants and seniors could be immunized against RSV.