"We've got to get more people who relate well to the individuals who are not getting vaccinated to get out there and encourage them to get vaccinated."
"Because of what they heard from politicians and TV 'experts,' many Americans were scared the vaccines were not safe," she wrote in an op-ed.
Just over six in 10 (63 percent) of Americans approve of the president's handling of the pandemic, an ABC News/Ipsos poll found.
Chris A. Johansen has joined other Maine Republicans in flouting mask rules.
"You notice a lot of our very conservative friends have finally had an altar call,'" Biden told attendees at a Virginia campaign event.
"For me personally, I've never been as frustrated professionally as I am right now," said Dr. Michael Saag, as Alabama has the lowest vaccination rate in the country.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro suggested that the COVID-19 vaccine could turn people into "crocodiles" last year.
"We always knew some proportion of the population would be difficult to persuade no matter what the data showed, [and] a lot of people are beyond persuasion," said Dr. Amesh Adalja.
"Once you are opposed, it is very hard to change that position. And that's what's happening right now," Luntz said.
Wendy Sherman has expressed concerns about food security and the COVID pandemic in the isolated country.
The SuperTalk 99.7 WTN's family said he was in a "very serious condition" and planned to "vigorously advocate" for COVID vaccines if he recovered.
"I trust the department to make decisions consistent with the vision," he said about the firing of Michelle Fiscus over COVID-19 outreach to minors.
The NFL sent a memo out on Thursday with information about potential losses should outbreaks occur among unvaccinated players or staff.
The president claimed at a CNN town hall that people vaccinated against COVID do not get hospitalized, need ICU treatment, or die because of the disease.
Davidson, who is a member of the Yup'ik tribe, honored Biden by giving her the native name Taurluq, which was her grandmother's name.
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Charlie Kirk's comments come after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell urged unvaccinated Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
President Biden told a town hall in Ohio when he thought children under the age of 12 would be able to get their shots—subject to scientific data.
"When you hear about a breakthrough infection, that doesn't necessarily mean the vaccine is failing," Dr. Anthony Fauci told a Senate panel.
One fully vaccinated resident at the Indiana nursing home died, Howard County Health Officer Dr. Emily Backer said.
"The mutations were something that could not be predicted, which have caused a more rapid spread than last year," said Thailand's National Vaccine Institute.
A doctor in Alabama wrote on social media about the emotional experience of telling unvaccinated people it was too late to be inoculated.
Health officials have reported ICU units at 13 hospitals in the state are now full, and have urged people to get vaccinated.
The man developed problems with his facial nerves after both of the shots he received, but experts said there is no proof the vaccines were the cause.
New cases of COVID-19 have been surging in Florida, recently accounting for one-fifth of all new U.S. cases.
"We know that there will be breakthrough cases, but as this instance shows, cases in vaccinated individuals are typically mild," a White House official said.
"I suspect time will reveal that masks, while arguably promoting health, also endanger the health of those who wear them," Brooks wrote in a letter to Biden on Monday.
One in five Americans believe that the U.S. government is using the vaccine to plant microchip tracking devices into people, a YouGov/Economist survey found.
"It is everyone's duty to not allow this outrageous, antisemitic, racist wave to pass over us," French Holocaust survivor Joseph Szwarc said at a Sunday event.