COVID-19 continues to pose a challenge for our country. Together we can do more to protect our health and ensure we're better prepared for any future pandemics.
The Latest on COVID-19
Statement: 1 million Americans dead from COVID-19
STATEMENT: President Biden’s new COVID-19 plan should help curb rampant spread of delta variant
FDA takes delayed action on toxic hand sanitizers
What You Can Do
Tell Congress to approve additional funding for COVID-19 response
PIRG urges Congress to approve COVID-19 funding
Another winter during COVID-19: How to stay safe and sound
Nursing home safety during COVID: Cases and vaccines
Nursing home safety during COVID: Cases and Vaccines
Here’s what doctors think you should know when communicating about the COVID-19 vaccine
“We don’t attack those negative messages. We just have to profoundly overwhelm the senses with the positive messages — in addition to showing them the spot on your arm where you got the shot.”
Study: CFPB complaints shattered records in 2020, exposing how the COVID-19 pandemic battered consumer finances
Consumer complaints about problems with financial companies such as banks, credit bureaus and debt collectors rose by more than 50 percent in 2020 and set new records for each month of the year, according to a new report from the U.S. PIRG Education Fund.
Hospital technicians renew urgent call for Right to Repair medical equipment
The COVID-19 pandemic still rages, but issues facing medical device repair go unresolved.
Nursing homes still don’t have enough masks, gowns, other PPE
A new analysis by the U.S. PIRG Education Fund and Frontier Group found that 8 percent of nursing homes nationwide had a critical shortage of surgical-grade N95 masks, as of Dec. 27. And 4 to 6 percent of homes reported shortages in at least one other category of PPE.
Nursing homes still don’t have enough masks, gowns and other PPE
Shortages improved during the fall but worsened in December