Official figures show that COVID-19 infections have dropped in most areas of the United Kingdom, but 94,432 new cases were recorded in England on Tuesday.
Stanford University, George Mason University and Cornell University are under fire by more than 3,000 students for their COVID-19 booster mandates.
The White House expands availability of COVID test, N95 masks ahead of Biden's press conference to mark one year in office. The live updates for this blog have ended.
More cases of the RHDV2 virus have been confirmed in New York and Florida, taking the number of states affected to 17.
The Asonance singer voluntarily exposed herself to coronavirus to get a health pass allowing her to visit the sauna and theater, according to her family.
The Omicron wave could possibly mark the beginning of the end of the pandemic. What else does the virus have in store for 2022 and the years to come?
Scot Griffiths said he may have been influenced by online conspiracy theories and has since had a COVID shot.
State health officials confirmed the director's move to administrative leave and said they are looking into whether "any laws were broken in this case."
"Messaging that schools are safe—without taking the steps to make them safe—does not keep children safe," the nurses' letter said.
The vaccine imbalance between rich and poor countries was slammed by the WHO as a "catastrophic moral failure."
The plea resonated with other parents who heard their own child's experience in the young child's voice.
The issue occurred between late October and mid-December at a location in California.
A recent report from Israel suggests even a fourth dose might not stop people from getting infected with the COVID variant—but vaccines still help, data shows.
Andrew Pugh said he did not initially get vaccinated after reading material on Facebook. Now, he is urging people to get the shot.
McEnroe called this incident a "joke" and lauded Djokovic as "gutsy" before learning Djokovic knowingly exposed others to COVID.
The world's top men's tennis player was deported from Australia for not being vaccinated against COVID-19, ending a long-running saga that made headlines.
"The Salt Lake Tribune" Editorial Board said the "civilized" thing to do would be to prohibit unvaccinated individuals from being allowed "anywhere."
The Supreme Court made clear in its two decisions that Congress, for better or worse, is the appropriate institution for making decisions regarding vaccine mandates.
The stunt is going viral on social media and has prompted widespread disgust.
"The left is now rationing life-saving therapeutics based on race," Trump said during a rally in Arizona this weekend.
The tennis superstar was deported from Australia and lost his chance to play in the Australian Open for not being vaccinated against COVID-19.
Former Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić told Newsweek the tennis champion was made "a scapegoat."
John Delarue said he's the "sole survivor" of his immediate family after losing his parents and sister to COVID-19 within a few weeks.
The Canadian academic said Spotify "and censors everywhere" should leave Rogan alone, after he was described as a "menace to public health."
Some employees could have grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit.
The White House doubled its order of at-home tests and will send federal medical personnel to some of the hardest-hit states. The live updates for this blog have ended.
The MSNBC host accused the conservative judges of caring more about right-wing politics than "saving lives" after voting to block the mandate.
"That video is cringey, but it's what happens when you stumble in a long form podcast," Rogan tweeted about his discussion with the Australian broadcaster.
Workers in certain sectors are still required to receive coronavirus vaccinations, amid a rise in rates of the Omicron variant.