"We cannot lose sight of the massive, negative impacts that your mandates will have on hardworking Americans and their families," the senators wrote.
"I stand behind this mandate, and I will fight this decision in court to keep New Yorkers safe," Governor Kathy Hochul said in a statement.
While promoting his new movie "The Tender Bar" at the London Film Festival, Clooney made his stance on mandatory COVID-19 vaccines very clear.
Letitia Wright has come under fire for reportedly voicing anti-vaccine sentiments on the set of "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever."
HIPAA does not ban schools, stores, restaurants, entertainment venues, or other individuals from asking about one's vaccine status.
The decorations have divided the internet, with one person arguing: "Halloween is for fun not for politics."
Novant Health has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination program, setting a September 15 deadline for compliance.
Unvaccinated employees can be put on unpaid leave but can return if they got the jab, although the requirement could lead to a shortage of crucial staff.
A woman has pleaded for people to protect themselves from coronavirus, following the death of her daughter from the disease.
The Lewis Country Store in Nashville has been flooded with negative reviews on Yelp after the sign was spotted.
Resistance to the state's vaccine mandate has been propelled by local Republican politicians.
Kroes faced criticism for her post on Instagram over the weekend, prompting fellow model Bündchen to speak out in her defense.
About 45.4 percent of all West Virginians have been fully vaccinated against the virus, making it among the least-vaccinated states in the U.S.
Donations to the GoFundMe appeal for Dusty and Tristan Graham are accompanied by messages criticizing their anti-vaccine stance.
"You're making a bad decision. You're a bad American...you're a bad person for doing this," the man said in the video.
TikTok users who have spoken out against the vaccine are dubbing themselves "pure bloods," but the Harry Potter reference hasn't had the intended effect.
New York City has begun enforcing rules requiring workers and customers to be vaccinated to go indoors at restaurants, museums, gyms, and other venues.
There is insufficient evidence that gargling Betadine treats and prevents COVID-19 with experts warning it is highly toxic when ingested.
Mark Meadows, the North Carolina representative who left Congress to become Donald Trump's chief of staff, has vowed to fight the new federal vaccine mandates.
"If you're not vaccinated, you're part of the problem rather than part of the solution," West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has said in the past.
Individuals who attempt to use phony cards could face up to a year in jail and as much as $5,000 in fines.
"I hope you sue the crap out of these totalitarians," Tucker Carlson told Alex Berenson on Monday after he was banned from Twitter for spreading COVID-19 misinformation.
"We've got to follow the mandates that we're given or we'll be swimming in this sea forever," Lebanon (Oregon) Community School District Superintendent Bo Yates said.
"They both blow themselves up, inflict harm on those around them, and are convinced they are fighting for freedom," Duncan said.
Marc Bernier's last tweet compared a Florida politician's encouragement of vaccinations to Nazi Germany.
Unvaccinated Americans should shoulder the financial costs of coronavirus as they are "imposing on society", a professor of public law has argued.
"The truckies are going to shut down the country," an Australian truck driver said in a video while citing false claims that COVID-19 vaccines are "poison."
Richard Fairbrass from pop group Right Said Fred previously called COVID vaccines a "scam" and has attended anti-lockdown protests.
The Montreal Holocaust Museum said protesters appropriating yellow stars like the ones Nazis made Jews wear is "offensive" and "inaccurate."
"As a veteran, the father of a veteran, and father-in-law of a current soldier. I wouldn't want this man anywhere near my family," Fred Wellman, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, told Newsweek.