The former president told Fox News that his administration had done "an incredible job on the pandemic."
The 5-year-old boy's foster parents said they have not received the COVID-19 vaccine because they have celiac disease.
"This is a very difficult time for everyone, and we're trying to respond with what's best for our patients," one human resources officer said.
The RNC's statement accused the president of promoting "forced vaccine mandates on minorities."
Merriam-Webster said "anti-vaxxer" is also used particularly often to describe "a parent who opposes having his or her child vaccinated."
The Republican senator touted the theory, which has been circulating for weeks, in a television interview.
Researchers speculated that "behavioral factors or adverse effects of cannabis on pulmonary and immune function, could contribute to the higher risk for breakthrough infection in this group."
Jeffrey Burnham's mother called police worried about her son's mental health and stability after he told her he thought the FBI were after them.
"These new rules will encourage more people to get the shot, and make businesses safer for workers and customers," LA Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a statement.
"We expect many more African children to be protected from malaria and grow into healthy adults," said Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, WHO's Africa director.
Admiral Brett Giroir, who served on Trump's Coronavirus Task Force, called himself "very pro-vaccine" and said inoculations are the way out of the pandemic.
The protester was also mocked online for asking why LA isn't full of bodies of homeless people who have died from COVID.
Two women who were set to complete a donation are considering going out of state for the surgery because they refuse to get vaccinated.
Jessica Berg Wilson is the fourth person to die from a complication of the J&J vaccine out of over 8 million recipients of the shot.
One in five Americans now say they are vaccine skeptics. As resistance expands beyond COVID, health experts call the potential impact 'extremely concerning.'
The company announced that employees have until December 1 to change their minds and get the COVID-19 vaccine or they'll be released from the company.
On Tuesday, Iowa Republican lawmakers and citizens gathered at the Iowa State Capitol to voice their frustrations regarding the potential mandates that may come.
Officials said Tuesday the numbers are likely to change as they continue discussions with noncompliant employees.
According to a recent report, Steele also tested positive for COVID-19 and she was removed from ESPN's programming for the week.
"Would you consider yourself pro-life and then anti-vaccine, that's kind of an oxymoron, don't you think?" Kelley asks.
Many of the least vaccinated states are among those that have reported a higher number of deaths so far this year.
Hawaii officials sent Lazar Hayward Jr. and Raven Randle on a direct flight back to Los Angeles after their uploaded documents were flagged as suspicious.
"It's clearly frustrating for all of us," said Michael Pieciak, the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation's commissioner.
Twenty-four-year-old Devin R. Kemp of Eaton, New York, was arrested Friday for possession of a forged instrument in the second degree.
The shutdown comes as Russia's state coronavirus task force reported 895 new fatalities, the country's highest daily death toll in the pandemic.
"People in Cuba are anxious and motivated to get vaccinated," senior Cuban diplomat Carlos Fernández de Cossío told Newsweek. "We don't have the cultural problem that seems to exist here in the U.S."
The group made their way through Brooklyn and eventually ended up in a large gathering at the Australian Consulate.
"The Mayor is asymptomatic and currently feels fine," Cal Harris, communications director for Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, said Monday.