"I know the consequences here and if it means that I'm judged and demonized for that, that's just what it is," Irving said on Instagram Live.
The Food and Drug Administration is set to hold crucial meetings over the next two days to decide whether to issue booster shots of Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID vaccines.
"I'm a healthy person, I exercise constantly, I'm always taking vitamins, I take care of myself," Rogan said as his reasons for not getting the vaccine.
"We are desperate because every day we lose hundreds of patients who die in Romanian hospitals," the doctors said to the Romanian public in a letter.
"On the basis of literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of millions of vaccinations that we've had, the safety of these vaccines has been clearly established."
Health bodies in the Nordic nations have released statements regarding Moderna's Spikevax vaccine regarding rare links to heart inflammation.
Russia has repeatedly broken its record number of daily COVID-19 deaths this month, as only about 29 percent of Russia's population is fully vaccinated.
Social media users and fellow members of Congress mocked the GOP congressman's suggestion.
The airline is the only major U.S. carrier to not mandate COVID-19 vaccines for employees despite a recent order from President Joe Biden.
Different states' vaccination rates have come under scrutiny with questions about how COVID-19 is being dealt with nationwide.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki mockingly called Sen. Cruz a "world-renowned business, travel and health expert."
"Came to work despite being unvaccinated and willing to work for patients, to help out staff and this is how we're treated," Tara Vafeenia said.
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"From the very beginning, our scientists said we need to develop a vaccine that could be used with children," senior Cuban diplomat Carlos Fernández de Cossío told Newsweek.
Former Baltimore health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen received violent and explicit threats as well as racial slurs over text in July.
"I stand behind this mandate, and I will fight this decision in court to keep New Yorkers safe," Governor Kathy Hochul said in a statement.
DeSantis doesn't think he can "unilaterally" ban private employers from firing people because of their vaccine status, but is considering every option.
"Go take the shot," the reality TV star yelled during an expletive-laced outburst in the Miami airport.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer became more outspoken against the vaccine after experiencing what he called a "disastrous" reaction to an AstraZeneca injection.
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."
Stephanie Edmonds, 31, told Newsweek she applied for a religious exemption to New York City's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for public school employees, which was denied.
The yellow "Don't Tread On Me" flag has been widely shared on Twitter amid right-wing speculation over a vaccine mandate walkout from airline staff.
Shawn Andrew Walker claims his airline's vaccine mandate means he chooses between "putting food on the table" and freedom of choice despite appearing to have other jobs.
Mike Ganim found out his surgery was cancelled just days before operation due to the Cleveland clinic's new vaccination policy.
A report from the ADL states how extremist material is being posted on Twitter via URLs from social media network Gab.
Tucker Carlson, criticizing statements made by President Joe Biden about Fox News, said the network stood for the country's "most basic civil liberties."
The Republican governor has prohibited any entity in the state from requiring "receipt of a COVID-19 vaccination."
"Countless Texans fear losing their livelihoods because they object to receiving a COVID-19 vaccine," the executive order stated.