The U.K. has ordered 100 million doses of the vaccine, enough to vaccinate 50 million people.
Vybe Together allows people a platform to host "small gatherings," but appears to forgo COVID restrictions.
Pharmacies in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky, were left with surplus doses of the vaccine just before Christmas.
A photo of a so-called "vaccine vape" went viral online recently, despite it being fake.
The U.S. has purchased enough doses of coronavirus vaccines to innoculate 200 million people by summer, just shy of the 70 percent needed to achieve herd immunity.
"I'm going to continue to fight for our most vulnerable communities," the progressive lawmaker said.
A photo of the Vermont senator getting vaccinated has inspired people on Twitter to joke that Sanders is actually a really big Titus Andronicus fan.
A newly proposed bill says people who refuse to get a COVID vaccine or test could be limited from gaining access to public transportation or certain activities in France.
President-elect Joe Biden received the first of two COVID-19 vaccine doses on Monday.
The GOP senator from Iowa received the COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday despite saying earlier she was "so skeptical" of the coronavirus mortality rate and suggesting health-care workers were faking the number of COVID deaths.
A total of around 51 million people will be eligible for the vaccine in the next round of inoculations, including 30 million frontline essential workers.
"Without state and local funding, the vaccine distribution will be delayed. You will be held accountable for that delay, which will lead to more deaths and make the federal vaccine program a debacle," the New York governor wrote in a letter to the president.
"I'm sure all Americans are excited to see me, the guy who let COVID spread everywhere, get one of the first vaccines," Beck Bennett's Mike Pence said in the cold open.
"It was a planning error," said Gustave Perna on Saturday, after states learned they'll receive fewer doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine next week than they had been anticipating.
"What if he can't go to anyone's house or near his reindeer?" one concerned child asked the head of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases.
The high numbers come following the FDA approval of a second coronavirus vaccine and the start of a widespread inoculation program.
The new strain of the virus is not believed to be more deadly or resistant to vaccines already developed.
The FDA has approved a second COVID-19 vaccine, as health workers describe their optimism that the shots offer an end to the pandemic.
The CDC has already started rolling out a COVID-19 vaccine for adults as it aims to eventually reach critical mass.
The Fox News prime time host also criticized the CDC's plan to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine to racial minorities.
More than 5.9 million doses of Moderna's vaccine are expected to be delivered to governors for statewide allocation.
Frontline workers were left out of Stanford Medical Center's first round of vaccinations as hospital officials chose to vaccinate administrators and doctors "with no in-person patient responsibilities" instead.
A video has emerged of a man, identifying himself as Muslim, claiming that the vaccine is haram (not permissible) for Muslims.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said vaccines will be the "answer" to the pandemic, but they come as America remains in "very, very difficult times."
President-elect Joe Biden has no plans to make vaccinations mandatory or implement a national lockdown.
"So maybe save that dose for someone else," Kimmel said Thursday night in a scathing rant about the vice president.
Is every government official truly essential for boosting public trust in the vaccine? And shouldn't their own irresponsible behaviors throughout this pandemic bump them down the list?
"Censorship will not convince a single person to take the coronavirus vaccine," Tucker Carlson said Thursday.