"This new requirement supports our aggressive measures to protect the health and safety of our region and our continued economic recovery," Mayor Breed said.
"This is a tough topic," said Stanford Health Care's Infectious Disease expert Dr. Anne Liu.
"This is a moral indictment of the state of our world," the secretary-general said. "We passed the science test. But we are getting an F in ethics."
A police official has warned people not to protest again on Wednesday because "very different tactics" will be deployed.
DeSantis has taken aim at President Joe Biden over the therapy's distribution, but the governor remains under fire for opposing mask mandates.
The company's chief scientific officer said a second shot increases protection against the virus and extends the duration of protection.
The Fox anchor criticized Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin for mandating U.S. military personnel be vaccinated.
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny absurdly claimed that people who receive the COVID-19 vaccine become "magnetized" during a June Ohio state House hearing.
The White House has not ruled out such a mandate, but has also not indicated that it is coming anytime soon.
Katie Lane said that her father Patrick, who died of COVID-19 earlier this month, had "watched some Tucker Carlson videos" that led to him becoming vaccine hesitant.
The employee at Mabel Rush Elementary School reportedly darkened her face with iodine and told fellow staff members that she wanted to look like Rosa Parks.
"If people are acquiring the virus and spreading it, you want to stop that as much as possible," FDA interim Commissioner Janet Woodcock said.
After publication of this article, he told Newsweek that his COVID test had come back negative.
A Charlotte ad agency is behind a recent push in North Carolina to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19.
New quarantine regulations for students, as well as a vaccine mandate for staff members, will be instated September 27.
The Mu variant, first detected in Colombia, contains some potentially concerning mutations.
Jeffres said he and his staff, which oversee his 12,000-member church, "are neither offering nor encouraging members to seek religious exemptions from the vaccine mandates."
"I was intubated and put under. That's when I thought I was going to die," Katie Pederson said.
Eighty-three percent of Democrats said the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective, while 50 percent of Republicans agreed, according to a Fox News survey.
Dr. Francis Collins' statements come just days after an FDA advisory committee declined a request from Pfizer to add a third booster shot to its two-dose regimen for those aged 16 and older.
About 45.4 percent of all West Virginians have been fully vaccinated against the virus, making it among the least-vaccinated states in the U.S.
Donations to the GoFundMe appeal for Dusty and Tristan Graham are accompanied by messages criticizing their anti-vaccine stance.
The FDA advisory committee may still vote to approve the third shot for elderly populations, but the announcement is a huge setback for the Biden administration.
TikTok users who have spoken out against the vaccine are dubbing themselves "pure bloods," but the Harry Potter reference hasn't had the intended effect.
The far-right congressional candidate who has spread falsehoods about the vaccine previously described the virus as no worse that eating "bad fajitas."
The former Alaska governor described herself as a "white, common sense conservative" who believed in science.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp referred to an "AIDS vaccine" while on a podcast, and questioned new rules around COVID-19 vaccinations.
A new "vaccine certification program" in Seattle and King County, Washington will apply to outdoor events with 500 or more people, as well as most indoor settings.
The weatherman worked for the station TV6 for more than 30 years, saying he has "authority" over his body.
United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby said the company's mask-related incidents have decreased 50 percent this year.