Caitlin Owens, Axios

Caitlin Owens


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Caitlin:

Israeli coronavirus vaccine booster data gives the U.S. hope

Booster shots could help slow the spread of the virus, preliminary data suggests → Read More

Living with the coronavirus will likely never be risk-free

Vaccinated Americans are learning to navigate imperfect vaccines. → Read More

Biden's big COVID challenge: Fading vaccines may demand boosters

The Biden administration is intensely scrutinizing coronavirus vaccines' effectiveness over time, facing the daunting task of timing booster shots right while still convincing the unvaccinated that getting the jab is worthwhile. → Read More

Vaccine mandates are popular

Nearly two-thirds of Americans support government vaccine mandates. → Read More

Republicans push to ban "discrimination" against unvaccinated people

Legislation around the country would protect the civil rights of people who refuse to be vaccinated. → Read More

Vaccine-hesitant Americans cite inaccurate side effects

They include death, infertility, DNA alteration, birth defects and cancer. → Read More

Why Biden's latest vaccine goal is his hardest yet

Many states are already reaching the end of demand for shots. → Read More

There's not just one kind of vaccine hesitancy

Some people are just waiting until they get around to getting it. → Read More

Vaccine hesitancy has a clear relation to politics

The virus doesn't care about your politics. → Read More

Democrats, led by Biden, are aiming big on health care

They're exploring which of a slew of policies to include in a spending package. → Read More

America may be close to hitting a vaccine wall

The number of people who are eager for a vaccine is shrinking. → Read More

Mapped: Demand for coronavirus vaccines varies significantly across the U.S.

Some states are expanding eligibility to spike demand. → Read More

Republicans are least likely to want the coronavirus vaccine

They're now the most vaccine-hesitant demographic group in the U.S. → Read More

Democrats pushing to revise the Affordable Care Act in coronavirus relief bill

Democrats' coronavirus relief bill would boost ACA subsidies. → Read More

Biden set to immediately ramp up federal pandemic response

He'll issue 10 pandemic executive orders and other directives today. → Read More

Wealthy and connected get antibody COVID treatments unavailable to most Americans

Most patients won't have access to the same game-changing treatment that these politicians did. → Read More

Nursing homes are still getting pummeled by the pandemic

Cases in nursing homes grew by more than 177% between mid-September and mid-November. → Read More

Essential workers likely to get vaccine priority

This would be one of the first major steps the U.S. has taken to counteract the racial inequities that have persisted throughout the pandemic. → Read More

The coronavirus surge is starting to crush some hospitals

If no action is taken, they could become overwhelmed. → Read More

CDC: Kids can and do transmit the coronavirus to members of their household

It leaves a terrible predicament for millions of caregivers. → Read More