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COVID-19 poses particular challenges for seniors.

Not only are seniors more susceptible to the disease, but keeping their financial, health and food security stable is a priority. The National Committee wants Americans to have the latest information about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. This page will be updated regularly so please keep checking back.

Coronavirus Variants of Concern

New variants of SARS-CoV-2 are rapidly spreading through the U.S. These coronavirus variants are being studied because they may be more transmissible, cause more severe disease, or reduce the efficacy of current vaccines. The LIVE tracker from AXIOS keeps you updated with the key information you need to know.