Of the thousands of unruly passenger instances reported to the FAA, over half relate to noncompliance with mask mandates.
Carlson said it is a "super vulgar personal question" to ask if someone has received a shot of a COVID vaccine.
The pharmacist agreed to surrender his license and could face federal charges.
"We should be doing all we can to lift these young people up." GOP state Senate Leader Scott Wilk said.
The state's seven-day average is nearly 1,200 new positive cases of coronavirus infection daily.
With the opening ceremony in eight days, it's unclear if the athlete placed in quarantine for two weeks will miss their event.
"Someone wanted to send a message to tell her to stop talking. They thought it would be a threat to her," Dr. Michelle Fiscus' husband said. "It was an obvious sign."
To persuade certain demographics to take the COVID-19 vaccine, celebrities have been called on to help get the message across.
Countries all over the Asia-Pacific region are imposing new lockdowns and restrictions as the Delta variant continues to spread.
The WHO warned countries that hold doses for booster shots before vaccinating vulnerable populations will look back on the pandemic with "shame" and "anger."
The theory the coronavirus originated in a lab located in Wuhan has gained traction since it was first dismissed as "extremely unlikely" in March.
Businesses and institutions in Moscow were issued a mandate to have 60 percent of staff have at least one dose by July 15 and fully vaccinated by Aug. 15.
AstraZeneca asked for an extension from the original December goal until next May as Thailand has struggled with increases in COVID cases and deaths.
"We're making transformative investments across the board that will help bring all our communities roaring back from the pandemic," Governor Gavin Newsom said.
While North Korea conceded it faces challenges, its report also raved about the life people in the country live, including its universal health care system.
Tokyo is under a fourth state of emergency, so restaurants and bars will close early and not serve alcohol during the Olympics.
"The Russians and the Chinese can't continue to conduct their difficult vaccine diplomacy in this fashion," said German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.
Experts told Newsweek an uneven uptake of vaccines in different parts of the country could see a divide emerge in where sees spikes in hospitalizations and deaths.
A collective of angry restaurant owners is scheduled to meet Thursday with the Paris police chief to discuss the virus challenges and try to find solutions.
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New York Attorney General Letitia James is speaking out regarding deadly drug overdoses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seven children battling COVID-19 in Mississippi were receiving treatment in ICUs on July 13, with two of those children on life support.
"We cannot celebrate the decision because we have proof that the government was willing to break the law and tarnish the constitution," Santiago Abascal said.
Acknowledging the "considerable pressure" for countries to lift COVID-19 restrictions, the WHO advised that a lack of caution will only perpetuate the virus.
Elsewhere in the country, concerns about new spread of infections led to some towns curtailing annual fireworks gatherings.
New York City's COVID-19 positivity rate is at 1.3 percent after weeks of all-time lows.
The mask mandate applies to indoor gatherings, including in hospitals and on public transportation, However, observation of the rule has been low.
The Republican governor is selling items emblazoned with slogans like "Don't Fauci My Florida" on his official website.
Queen Elizabeth II's household also oversaw cuts to 165 jobs at the charity that manages tourist visits at several royal residences across the UK.
IOC President Thomas Bach met with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga as COVID-19 cases in Tokyo approach a 6-month high.