The wrestling star revealed that an MRSA infection had resulted in the amputation of his legs.
As he walked out of hospital alongside his wife, Clinton gave a thumbs up to reporters as he greeted medical workers.
"Unlike the germs that cause most foodborne outbreaks, the bacteria responsible for melioidosis can take two to three weeks to make someone sick," the CDC said.
Dr. Floyd Wormley told Newsweek hospitals need to be extra careful at disinfecting surfaces as COVID-19 hospitalizations increase across the country.
Vibrio vulnificus, which can be caused from eating raw or undercooked seafood such as oysters, is naturally present in brackish and salt water.
In its report, the agency also wrote that breakthrough number is "likely a substantial undercount."
Researchers in India made the concerning discovery, with their findings made public earlier this year.
Though rare, the fungal infections can cause serious health issues.
Those who are not eligible for vaccination yet can sign up to be notified when it's their turn at the state health department's website.
Vaccination appointments were also offered to the hospital's board members as well as some patients, volunteers, employees and retired health providers.
If the U.K. variant becomes dominant in America, "we're gonna be faced with another challenge of a virus that has a more efficient capability of spreading," warned the infectious diseases expert.
Those eligible for the injection can register with the pharmacy chain to be notified when bookings for free jabs open.
The three regions currently under a regional stay-at-home order are Southern California, Bay Area and San Joaquin Valley.
Coronavirus outbreaks at Utah mink farms have "greatly worsened since August," according to the Utah Animal Rights Coalition (UARC).
Last month, Kroger Health announced it will be hiring nearly 1,000 health care workers to support the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine.
In early January, medicines used in monoclonal antibody therapy were directed for delivery to 3,700 locations across the country, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Up to two million new infections are likely to be reported in the week ending February 13, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
One doctor has been unable to treat a patient who has been receiving care for the lingering effects of COVID-19 infection.
The current rate of deaths in L.A. County was reported to be more than double that of pre-pandemic years, according to the coroner's office.
Hundreds to thousands of people gathered on the streets of the Strip in Tuscaloosa amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A handful of states in the Midwest, Northeast and the southwest reported the highest number of coronavirus deaths per 100,000 people.
The number of hospital beds needed across the country is projected to peak in just over a week, according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.
Over 4.5 milion Americans have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, as of Monday, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
America's top infectious disease expert tells Newsweek it has yet to be determined whether those vaccinated against COVID-19 can still pass the virus onto others.
America's top infectious diseases expert tells Newsweek: "We can end this outbreak…we know what the end game is, we've just got to implement it."
The 70-year-old served as the mayor of Dearborn Heights since January 2004 and was a longtime member of the Dearborn Heights City Council.
America's leading infectious diseases expert tells Newsweek it is crucial to "get the overwhelming majority" vaccinated or the country could be left in a "chronic state of a lower level of infection."
The inmate is among more than 1,800 inmates who were ordered to be released early under a court ruling to ensure social distancing measures can be implemented.
"I would not be surprised if there was a COVID-19 mutation in the U.S. on a lower level," Dr. Anthony Fauci tells Newsweek.