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Airport chaos: European travel runs into pandemic cutbacks

Travel demand has roared back, but airlines and airports that slashed jobs during the depths of the COVID-19 crisis are struggling to keep up.

Eastern Mass. waste water coronavirus levels declining slowly

The levels of coronavirus detected in Eastern Massachusetts waste water fluctuated up and down in the week ending Tuesday, rather than making a much hoped-for race to the bottom, according to the latest data from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority.

Moderna’s Omicron shot yields antibodies against new variants

The vaccine is encouraging, the company said. But the level of antibodies induced against the newer strains was lower than the shot produced against the original version of omicron.

For those who have yet to contract COVID, it feels like ‘the clock is running out’

Lucky. Thankful. Surprised. Confused. Nervous. Alone. Invincible. These are some of the words used to explain how it feels to be in the minority of Americans who have yet to contract COVID-19.

‘Like playing a game of Russian roulette’: People who avoided COVID so far share how they’re feeling

Some feel like a unicorn, while others feel stalked by a monster. Here's what else Globe readers who haven't yet contracted COVID-19 had to say.

CDC: Only 1 Mass. county now has a high community level of COVID-19

Only one Massachusetts county, Hampden, currently has a high level of COVID-19, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That number is down from as high as 11 last month.

Tell us: Will you vaccinate your young child?

COVID-19 vaccinations are now available for children under 5. Will you be vaccinating your child? Are you unsure and have questions? Share your thoughts in this survey.

COVID-19 cases surge in US, but deaths stay near lows

The spread of the virus and the number of deaths in its wake, two measures that were once yoked together, have diverged more than ever before, public health researchers said.