Director Rochelle Walensky said that before COVID-19 the CDC was not properly funded and the US wasn't ready to fully respond to a pandemic.
A COVID-19 outbreak among vaccinated people in Provincetown, Cape Cod, around July Fourth prompted the CDC to update its indoor-masking guidance.
About 73 percent of the renters likeliest to be evicted are people of color and about 56 percent are women.
The internal CDC document warned the Delta variant is more transmissible than the viruses that cause MERS, SARS, Ebola, and the seasonal flu.
Dr. Tom Frieden warned the US could see around 200,000 new cases a day in the next four to six weeks.
Wearing masks onboard airplanes has been a leading cause of tension and violence onboard airplanes throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is no good evidence that radiation from cell phones causes cancer, but the possibility can't be ruled out.
Flight attendants told Insider they are looking forward to traveling during layovers again, and believe more travel will bring better job security.
As vaccinated Americans are beginning to lower their masks, those who don't plan to get vaccinated from COVID are masking less than ever.
The UFCW said the CDC guidance, allowing vaccinated people indoors without masks, could turn frontline staff into the "vaccination police."
Previously, CDC guidance stated that most infections were transmitted through "close contact, not airborne transmission."
Americans are choosing to miss their second dose for a variety of reasons, including fear of potential side effects, the New York Times reported.
Until the investigation is complete, it cannot be concluded that her death is related to the vaccine.
Fully vaccinated people can get COVID-19, usually a mild case. About 0.008% of people vaccinated in the US have had these "breakthrough infections."
A trade organization pointed to Department of Defense and Harvard studies finding low transmission rates among passengers since the pandemic's start.
The TSA screened more than 1.53 million passengers at US airports on Sunday, the most in longer than a year.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said she was "pleading" with Americans to take precautions, such as wearing masks.