"Where is the coercion? I posted a photo," Baier said. "There's no force or threat."
Saying "I'm sorry" costs so little, but it buys so much.
Pastor Tony Spell also criticized people who say pastors aren't in a position to advise against getting the COVID-19 vaccine because they aren't doctors.
The conspiracy theorists suggest that an image of former President Donald Trump's eldest daughter was staged, or that it is not her in the photo she tweeted.
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Johnson & Johnson announced Tuesday that it will delay the distribution of its COVID-19 vaccine in Europe over concerns about a possible link to blood clotting. The lack of the single-dose vaccine might hinder an already-slow vaccine rollout in Europe and put vulnerable populations at risk.
Dan Egtvedt, an accused Capitol rioter, also reportedly believes vaccinations against COVID-19 are part of a government plan to control the population.
The vaccine's rollout has been paused in the U.S. as the CDC and FDA review six cases of rare blood clots.
Those who have already made appointments for the J&J vaccine should consider rescheduling options that may be available to them.
Pune is India's hardest-hit city, but the crisis follows a national trend across the country as coronavirus cases rise and hospitals are becoming increasingly overwhelmed.
"If there were a clinical trial of this size with this data, the drug would be licensed with appropriate warning," the former Vermont governor stated Tuesday.
Johns Hopkins Medicine says the blood clot condition, also known as CVST, is a rare type of stroke that typically affects about 5 in 1 million people every year.
People online are sounding off with their thoughts to the FDA and CDC after the organizations announced investigations into 'rare and severe' reactions to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
"These people don't understand cost-benefit analysis. They keep making mistakes by orders of magnitude," Silver argued against the immediate halt of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the U.S. on Tuesday.
Nearly 7 million people in the United States have been given J&J COVID-19 vaccine so far. Six recipients developed a rare disorder.
Michigan's hospitalizations are up 400 percent from last month, but Governor Whitmer has made recommendations only on public health measures.
During a press conference Friday, Whitmer said, "there is a light at the end of the tunnel," but the rise in cases shows that "we are still in the tunnel."
A birth control group has stressed that the contraceptive pill is safe and there should not be a repeat of the 1995 pill scare that led to unplanned pregnancies in the UK.
Vaccine hesitancy has risen across Europe, after the European Union's medicines regulator said there was a possible link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and a rare blood clotting disorder.
A list of things that increase the risk of blood clots to help put the AstraZeneca headlines into perspective.
"Vaccine passports create different classes of citizens," Idaho Governor Brad Little, a Republican, said after issuing an executive order banning the so-called passports on Wednesday.
The Florida governor alleged that the "smear" against him was due to the state's "innovative" and successful vaccine rollout.
The nation says that since 2020 it has not recorded a single case of the virus because of its efforts to quickly shut borders, prohibit tourism and quarantine tens of thousands of people.
Despite the risk, the European regulator said the benefits of the vaccine still outweigh the risks.
The "passports" have already been implemented in a few countries and many more are considering them—but they also face opposition.
"I'm not a doctor, but I trust science. And I'm told that for some reason people trust me. So here I am to say, I trust science and I got the vaccine. If you trust me, you'll get the vaccine," Morgan Freeman said in a COVID-19 vaccine ad.
On Tuesday, President Joe Biden is expected to expand vaccine eligibility to all Americans starting April 19. Here's what you need to know.
The government can't vaccinate someone against their will but officials may be able to require vaccinations to engage in certain activities.