NPR asked COVID-19 experts how we should keep weighing risk as we enter the fourth year of the pandemic.
A federal judge's decision to strike down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's mask mandate for travelers is only the latest in a series of challenges that seek to rein in the agency.
Federal guidance on mask requirements for travelers shifted after a Monday ruling from a Florida judge. Now travelers in Georgia are receiving guidance from individual transit agencies.
Doctors and health researchers are looking to testing rates, case rates – and intuition – to determine when they'll feel comfortable mingling maskless indoors.
The pandemic has parents across Georgia feeling stressed as districts adapt on the fly to soaring numbers of sick children.
Gov. Brian Kemp Friday defended his decision not to impose mask-wearing or vaccination mandates on Georgians to stem the latest surge in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
Reversing a decision made in May that allowed fully vaccinated people to ditch the mask, the Department of Defense will follow the CDC's most recent mask guidance.
New numbers from Georgia’s Department of Public Health show nearly all new COVID-19 cases and deaths in the state in the past seven months were among unvaccinated people.
Reversing earlier guidance, the agency is encouraging indoor masking for fully vaccinated people under certain circumstances.