The rule states truckers arriving from the U.S. must show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk quarantining for 14 days.
The COVID-19 Forecast Hub predicts 51 U.S. states and territories are likely to see a 50 percent increase in deaths during the next two weeks.
Americans have reported hospital refusals to discharge patients without payment and the withholding of U.S. passports at a facility in the tourist destination.
While cases are starting to subside, the waning Omicron wave has only widened the gap between vaccinated and unvaccinated hospitalizations and deaths.
The individual who was bitten sought medical treatment following the incident.
"You'll be getting your money back because I won't be showing up either," he said in a video posted on his Facebook page.
When the woman learned that she would lose her legs, she said she wanted "bionic legs." Her friends said that showed how she was a "positive bright light."
Ariel Romero ended up spending 62 days in the ICU before finally being allowed to return home, seven months into her pregnancy.
"We are aware of inappropriate and threatening language on social media related to this event," Ottawa police officials stated.
Subsidies to lower costs related to acquiring insurance coverage may end in 2022 unless Congress acts to extend the temporary policy or to make it permanent.
The number of children contracting COVID-19 is five times higher than the highest number during the winter 2021 surge.
"It may seem strange that we want to remove restrictions given the high infection rates," the prime minister said. "But fewer people become seriously ill."
The study brings new insight on post-acute COVID-19 sequelaem, or Long COVID.
The number of infected children, according to Moscow city health officials, rose 14 times in the past two weeks from 2,000 to 28,000.
"I had these tumors pop up on my body... and no one would listen to me because I was young, healthy, and looked fine," Kasey Altman said.
Chinese officials say at least 78 cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in people traveling into the country for the winter games.
"The first question that comes to our minds is 'why?'" said Sgt. Paul Parizek of the Des Moines Police Department.
One patent removed from a hospital's waiting list for a kidney transplant said "I'd rather die of kidney failure," when asked if they'd be willing to get vaccinated.
Proof of a booster shot for COVID-19 will be required in Maui County, Hawaii, for things like restaurants, bars, and gyms.
She stated if city and state officials don't like [the authority the health director possesses], they should change the law.
Mixed messaging from government and medical officials is likely contributing to the uncertainty that people have regarding whether they need a booster.
"We believe that it is because of the impact that our service members have made during this COVID pandemic," Army Brigadier General Isabel Rivera Smith said.