Only 20.7 million people, 14 percent of the population, have received at least one dose of the vaccine.
"We really need an economy that works for everyone," Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Raphael Bostic said.
Demand for vaccines dropped, but pockets of unvaccinated populations are experiencing surges.
Africa is navigating a severe third wave of COVID-19 and Delta variant outbreaks set to peak higher than all previous waves, John Nkengasong, Africa's CDC director called the wave "extremely brutal."
The 72-year-old patient, who was hospitalized multiple times, eventually tested negative for COVID more than 300 days after his initial infection.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended the eviction moratorium one final time, so protections will now end on July 31.
COVAX had to cut its supply forecast for this year because a key Indian manufacturer is focusing on needs at home. It now predicts that just under 1.9 billion doses will go out this year, including 1.5 billion for 92 poor countries.
The grand steward of the Imperial Household Agency, Yasuhiko Nishimura, shared the emperor's concerns at a news conference.
Danish health officials encouraged those at the Denmark-Belgium soccer match to get tested as three Danes tested positive for the delta variant. Copenhagen will host one more match on Monday.
The limo driver reportedly was unvaccinated, did not wear a mask and may have been infected while driving a plane's aircrew.
San Francisco city employees who don't comply with the vaccine mandate, and don't have a medical or religious exemption, could be fired from their jobs.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plugged a gap in the royal accounts last summer by repaying a multi-million-dollar sum, as tourist revenues were drying up during the pandemic.
New outbreaks in Israel have been attributed to the more-infectious delta variant, which has caused the country to delay reopening to travelers.
"We want to see the safe reopening of international travel alongside targeted financial support for businesses which have not been able to trade for well over a year," said Derek Jones, the head of luxury travel company Kuoni.
"We are not learning through this experience what we need to do better in the future," said a report that examined Portugal's handling of the pandemic.
As COVID-19 cases increase in Russia, a Siberian region was the first to order a new lockdown on Wednesday. The two-week lockdown is set to begin on Sunday.
A lawsuit settlement bans TV pastor Jim Bakker from marketing and selling Silver Solution "to diagnose, prevent, mitigate, treat or cure any disease or illness."
During a Wednesday meeting held by the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, officials announced that there was a higher-than-expected number of reports of myocarditis or pericarditis in those aged 16 to 24 who received the mRNA vaccines.
An outbreak at a Manatee County government administration building led to the deaths of two people last week.
Cox Health CEO Steve Edwards asked Fox News to provide coverage on the Delta variant to help save people from COVID-19 deaths as Missouri, where the channel is popular, battles the highest rate of infection in the country.
The Delta variant was first detected in India, and the ECDC recently upgraded it from a "variant of interest" to a "variant of concern."
The country hit 100,000 confirmed deaths this week, and more than 25,000 have died from COVID-19 since May 1.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has received around 3,100 reports of "unruly behavior by passengers" since January. More than 2,300 of those relate to face masks.
A highway sign in Miami was hacked early Tuesday morning to flashing messages of "Arrest Fauci," and "COVID-19 was a hoax" while calls for Fauci's removal continue amidst email theories.
"The COVID-19 pandemic stalled progress" which had seen the percentage of regional smoker adults drop from 35 percent to 19 percent by 2018, researchers said.
Thirteen Republicans are now on board with Greene's push to oust Fauci, but it faces an uphill battle in Congress.
Moss said Sunday night on the air that she would expose "discrimination" at her Detroit station.
Premier Mario Draghi said at a joint press conference in Rome with visiting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen that the funding will make Italy, the EU's third-largest economy, "more just, more competitive and more sustainable in its growth."
U.S. House GOP Whip Steve Scalise is pushing back on Democratic leaders who haven't scheduled a hearing devoted to the origins of COVID-19.