"As the Bible says, we need to obey God rather than man. A pastor has a responsibility to keep his church safe, but also to keep it open," Jeffress told Fox Business Sunday.
The drug was touted by President Donald Trump earlier in the pandemic.
"The safest way is to celebrate with people in your household," says the CDC. Otherwise, it's masks indoors, social distancing and disposable plates.
Health experts explained to Newsweek that receiving a negative COVID test before heading home for Thanksgiving could still put your family at risk of an outbreak.
The infectious disease expert highlighted how he's been through numerous transitions of power given he's served under six different presidents.
Although the seven-day average fatality rate remained lower than those reported during the first few months of the pandemic, COVID-19 deaths are rising rapidly in the U.S. amid an ongoing outbreak resurgence.
The state's mask mandate was extended to December 11 and has received a flood of opposition following the announcement.
After the U.S. broke its single-day high of new coronavirus cases, Fauci argued Monday that the surge is not a third wave of infections but merely an extension of the first.
MRI scans showed tissue abnormalities in the lungs of 60 percent of patients, in the kidneys of 29 percent, in the hearts of 26 percent and in the livers of 10 percent.
"By targeting specific age groups we can substantially reduce the number of doses required to achieve an equivalent reduction in transmission," researcher Michael Meehan said.
The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention removed its updated guidance that suggested the virus could be suspended in the air and transmitted over distances greater than six feet on Monday.
"No matter how hard you work and what you do, the president is going to do something detrimental to keeping Americans safe," former Homeland Security advisor Olivia Troye said.
"It is incredible that the chief law enforcement officer in this country would equate human bondage to expert advice to save lives," the House Majority Whip said.
By using the vaccine as a political tool, Trump is threatening the trust people have in it, and therefore its very value.
An 18-month congressional investigation led by Democrats found that Medicaid official Seema Verma billed taxpayers more than $35 million for media consultants tasked with building her personal brand .
Johan Carlson said keeping messages clear and consistent and getting the public to take personal responsibility helped limit spread of the virus.
Bodega owners are worried their lives are in danger as they attempt to enforce Governor Andrew Cuomo's mask order.
This is not the first time the department has released confusing figures in its coronavirus updates.
The state's department of health refused to release information on which schools and universities have coronavirus cases, after a local reporter submitted an open records request.
"To drop this much unusable and stale data is irresponsible," Governor Ron DeSantis said. DeSantis has ordered the state's department of health to stop using Quest Diagnostics to process COVID-19 tests.
The air quality in the Bay Area is expected to be at a moderate level from Thursday.
Rural hospital closures will force some of Georgia's poorest residents to travel more than 30 miles to seek health care.
As the federal eviction moratorium comes to an end and no stimulus deal in sight, tens of millions of American will face the nation's most severe housing crisis yet.
Opioid overdoses have increased 53 percent in South Carolina since the beginning of the pandemic in March.
Pharmaceutical giant Sinophram has priced their vaccine candidate at $145, the most expensive vaccine quote yet.
The largest medical complex in the world is at 98 percent ICU capacity but the increase in hospitalizations has not been in COVID-19 patients.
"We are not at all reducing the regulatory rigor with which we will evaluate and hopefully approve vaccines," the senior U.S. health department official told reporters.
"We're all accountable in our respective roles for what happens underneath us," California Governor Gavin Newsom said. "I don't want to air any more than that."
The virtual discussion is being hosted by Brown University.