Dan Levin covers American youth for the National Desk. He was a foreign correspondent covering Canada from 2016 until 2018. From 2008 to 2015, Mr. Levin was based in Beijing, where he reported on human rights, politics and culture in China and Asia.
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By Michael Gold and Dan Levin
The Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine is expected to be approved next week for children 12 to 15, and the federal government says more than half of K-8 schools are open full-time for in-person learning.
By Dan Levin
A telehealth program that Dolly Arjun founded several years ago to provide free health care to Indians has taken on new meaning amid India’s current outbreak.
In the thick of a crisis, people need signposts to find resources and answers, but “you’re not in that mental state to go to Google and do that research,” said Prarthana Sannamani.
A consultant in Pittsburgh tapped her circle of contacts to swiftly research a local manufacturer and get more than 400 badly needed oxygen concentrators headed for India.
By Dan Levin and Madeleine Ngo
Small business and industry groups are pressuring the Biden administration to relax international travel restrictions and visa application protocols.
Federal health officials have begun to suggest that the trajectory of the coronavirus is improving, but the challenge of vaccine hesitancy remains.
By Dan Levin and Linda Qiu
After months of cautious (and optimistic) planning, organizers of the annual festival in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert decided against holding it.