Only one-third of Bulgaria's population is vaccinated, making it the least vaccinated country in the European Union.
A study has found that infusions of ketamine alongside psychological therapy may be beneficial in the treatment of severe alcoholism.
Russia's confirmed Omicron cases increased from 305 on Tuesday to 698 on Wednesday.
The U.S. government will give schools 5 million lab PCR tests and 5 million rapid tests in attempts to keep schools open after a surge of COVID-19 infections.
The city of Tianjin is an hour from Beijing, where the Winter Olympic Games will begin on February 4.
A limited number of fans will be able to see male cub Xiao Xiao and its sister Lei Lei at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo through Friday before the park closes off viewings.
The lack of PPE was "a serious safety and health danger for all health workers, especially for doctors due to their direct exposure," a Spanish judge said.
Jalisha Maxey-Deveraux said she felt like she was in a movie when she went into labor in her workplace bathroom.
The model projects that the number of daily reported cases in the U.S. will peak at 1.2 million by January 19 and will then fall sharply.
The new mask mandate announced this week by Douglas County Health Director Lindsay Huse was opposed by Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and the mayor of Omaha.
A final decision into the CMS' limitations will be made in April.
"Our children and educators and our health care workers and those who need their care are suffering needlessly due to this dereliction of duty," a parent said.
The nurse allegedly ditched vaccines in a bin instead of injecting them and even put bandages on "patients" so they wouldn't draw suspicion to the scam
Omicron has been detected in 13 regions across Russia and is also present in its two biggest cities, Moscow and St. Petersburg.
"We have been praying for a miracle and see glimpses of one every day," Officer Tyler Moldovan's family said in a statement released on Tuesday by police.
More than 1 percent of each European country is now reporting positive for the COVID-19 Omicron variant.
More than 6,000 cases were reported throughout Japan on Tuesday, making the number of cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic around 1.7 million.
A medical director for the American Red Cross spoke with Newsweek about the organization's worst blood shortage in over a decade.
Of the COVID-positive patients in the province's intensive care units, 83 percent were admitted for virus-related reasons.
Porfirije, who has mild symptoms and is isolating, took over in November of 2020 after Patriarch Irinej died of COVID-19 at age 90.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who is fully vaccinated and received a booster shot, said that his symptoms were mild and felt "like a cold."