"That's science fiction, not even science fiction because it's pure fiction," said Dr. Aileen Marty, an infectious disease expert, about Centner Academy's policy.
A local reporter said the crowd outside Boeing's facility in Everett, Washington seemed to be a mix of employees and individuals with anti-vaccine sentiments.
The mayor said the police union leader "is encouraging an unlawful strike and work stoppage which carries the potential to undermine public safety."
The efficacy of vaccination continues to be a talking point across the nation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Irving's decision to not get vaccinated against COVID-19 has led to the Brooklyn Nets' decision to prohibit him from practicing or playing with the team.
The Cleveland Clinic said that for organ transplant surgeries involving a living donor, they are requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for both donor and recipient.
Fights by Governors Greg Abbott and Ron DeSantis against vaccine requirements "fit a familiar pattern," press secretary Jen Psaki said.
"Go take the shot," the reality TV star yelled during an expletive-laced outburst in the Miami airport.
Merck's COVID-19 pill showed it prevented hospitalization or death in unvaccinated adults by 50 percent.
The groom, a 26-year veteran of the Fayetteville Police Department, passed away due to a suspected blood clot, which his fiancé believes to be related to COVID.
The Brooklyn Nets added that the team would "not permit any member of our team to participate with part-time availability."
The Republican governor has prohibited any entity in the state from requiring "receipt of a COVID-19 vaccination."
"Anti-science is now a leading cause of death in the United States," Dr. Peter Hotez said.
The children, who are not eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, have reportedly shown signs of heart issues.
"In this group, people are craving a sanctuary," said the group's creator, Heather Mashal.
"Indoor masking has helped to lower case counts…so we don't want to remove this important layer of COVID prevention too hastily," said Dr. Sara Cody.
Merriam-Webster said "anti-vaxxer" is also used particularly often to describe "a parent who opposes having his or her child vaccinated."
The shutdown comes as Russia's state coronavirus task force reported 895 new fatalities, the country's highest daily death toll in the pandemic.
Vaccines are "one-million percent" the best protection against COVID, an infectious disease expert told Newsweek.
The city's public school teachers argue that they should be allowed to undergo regular COVID-19 testing in place of having to be vaccinated.
Over a year and a half into this pandemic, the Left's increasingly zealous commitment to total vaccination is both pathetic and deeply revelatory.
President Joe Biden was also slammed for treating the pandemic like a "PR opportunity rather than a global crisis."
New York has given 1.3 million more doses of COVID-19 vaccines since the mayor began requiring proof of vaccination for city workers and indoor activities.
Wyoming has the lowest vaccination rate in the U.S., and 96 percent of patients hospitalized across the state with COVID-19 were unvaccinated.
"It's so difficult to find good people right now, I don't want to lose the good people I have over this," said Art Depol, a New York business owner.
Novant Health has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination program, setting a September 15 deadline for compliance.
Some adults in the U.S. are now eligible for a Pfizer-BioNTech booster shot, but not if they were originally immunized with the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul urged medical workers who had not yet received the vaccine to "do the right thing" as New York's vaccine deadline is Sept. 27.
As we begin to vaccinate children, who also have the highest rates of needle phobia, we must adopt a more inclusive approach to health care that considers different peoples' needs and acknowledges the problems of pain and fear involved in vaccine injections.
"As CDC director, it's my job to recognize where actions can have the greatest impact," Rochelle Walesnky said of her decision on COVID-19 booster shots.