New York, New Jersey and Connecticut urged their residents to not travel between the three states as the U.S. Northeast sees a rise in Covid-19 cases, while California said major theme parks including Disneyland would not be opening anytime soon.

Drug companies’ political committees have largely donated to Republican presidential campaigns since 1990, but that trend has noticeably reversed come the 2020 election cycle, according to a new report from the Center for Responsive Politics.

Sander Flaum, Principal of Flaum Navigators, believes that it’s absolutely essential that healthcare access is improved in the United States, but he has no confidence that anyone in Washington has the courage or clout to enact the substantial changes that need to be made.

A top U.S. health official told a U.S. Senate committee that he expects Covid-19 vaccinations to take place over many months and that most Americans could be vaccinated by July 2021 at the latest.

Republican and Democratic U.S. senators called for a government analysis of foreign influence in the U.S. pharmaceutical supply chain, saying the coronavirus pandemic has exposed an over-reliance on China and other countries for the production of essential drugs.

As some U.S. states look to start reopening their coronavirus-battered economies amid protests from supporters of President Donald Trump anxious to get back to work, hardest hit New York state began mandating the wearing of masks or face coverings in public to contain the pathogen’s spread.

The coronavirus outbreak could reach its peak in the United States this week, a top U.S. health official said as more signs of stabilization emerged, but political leaders said a reopening of the economy may hinge on more widespread testing.

With impeachment behind us and the elections looming, both parties are focused on healthcare, the policy topic of greatest concern to voters. More specifically, they are focused on lowering the cost of prescription drugs.

U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders proposed spending $1.5 trillion over 10 years to create a universal child care and early education system, to be funded by taxing the wealthiest Americans.

Chants of “H.R. 3” broke out in the House of Representatives chamber during the 2020 State of the Union Address as Democratic lawmakers urged action on the bill passed late last year that could impact the price of prescription medications paid for by government-funded health programs.