Coronavirus news and updates

I had COVID-19, and now I’ve got long COVID. I have neuropathy and brain fog, and when I try to exercise, I get exhausted right away. My doctor said it just takes a while to get back on your feet, like after you’ve had the flu, but this feels different. What is the latest news on long COVID?

By Ask the Doctors • January 18, 2023

Here's a look back at what we encountered.

By uclahealth • January 5, 2023

The ‘bivalent’ booster helps protect against the original strain as well as the omicron variant

By Sandy Cohen • December 6, 2022

The new UCLA Health group provides a network for people coming out of intensive care

By Sandy Cohen • November 7, 2022

Dr. Manish J. Butte is leading a research team studying immune system response

By uclahealth • November 7, 2022

Respiratory syncytial virus, which can be dangerous for babies, typically peaks in January or February

By Sandy Cohen • October 28, 2022

Cases are down, but experts advise keeping precautions up.

By Sandy Cohen • October 19, 2022

How important is it to get the new COVID-19 booster? My husband and I are in our mid-40s and in good health. We both got the Moderna vaccine when it first came out, and we got a booster, too. What’s in this new shot? Also, is it true that it’s a good idea to switch up vaccine brands?

By Ask the Doctors • October 17, 2022

The new COVID-19 boosters are here, and I’m not sure if, or when, I need to get one. I had the two-shot Moderna series last winter. I had a mild case of COVID-19 this summer. When I got better, I got the booster. Do I still need to get another one? Am I the only one who is confused?

By Ask the Doctors • September 30, 2022

It could end up similar to the flu, leading to the need for seasonal shots

By Sandy Cohen • September 20, 2022