"When dealing with a player's health and safety, there should be complete transparency," Beasley said about the COVID vaccines during a news conference.
"I didn't think it was going to be this big of a spike and it certainly was." Dr. O'Neil Pyke told Newsweek.
These findings are just one piece of evidence that U.S. health authorities will consider when deciding if and when a booster dose will be needed.
"I would not feel comfortable moving ahead with Lollapalooza without COVID protocols in place," Chicago Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said.
Some "even went so far as to say, 'Please, please, please don't let anybody know that I got this vaccine," Priscilla Frase, MD, said.
With the eye scan, doctors can identify increased nerve fiber loss and increased immune cells which they say appears in individuals suffering from long COVID.
The head of the U.S. Public Health Service stressed the current COVID vaccines are effective at saving lives and preventing severe illness.
"Getting vaccinated is one of the most important ways to keep ourselves and our communities healthy in the months ahead," Google CEO Sundar Pichai said.
The company claims that booster shots offer considerable protection against the coronavirus Delta variant.
The group behind the protest said it was intended "to draw attention to dangerous disinfo on Facebook."
Fully vaccinated U.S. travelers flying to England won't have to quarantine from August 2, but the CDC currently advises Americans against traveling to the U.K.
Missouri is among the U.S. states with the highest case numbers as the highly transmittable Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to infect unvaccinated citizens.
"It's smart, it's fair and it's in everyone's interest," Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a Wednesday Zoom call with the Association for a Better New York.
"When you get your first dose you will get a $100 incentive," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said at his daily briefing. "Can't get better than that."
Governors in six states have restricted local officials' ability to implement mask mandates.
Baltimore Ravens' head coach John Harbaugh announced the positive test result for his starting quarterback.
CDC data shows that the weekly average number of daily cases has continued to increase over the past week. As of Monday, the U.S. was averaging at least 53,772 daily new COVID-19 cases.
It comes as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended vaccinated people wear masks in indoor settings in areas where vaccination rates are low.
Estimated daily COVID-19 case counts are projected to peak by late August, while the reported daily death toll could peak by mid-September.
More than 15 million people in the U.S. are at risk of being evicted when the nationwide ban on evictions ends on July 31, a new report has warned.
We have to refrain from implementing a cookie-cutter approach.
A significant number of U.S. counties are now considered as areas of "high" or "substantial" transmission.
People breaching lockdown restrictions in Sydney, Australia, were shocked when a paraglider with a prosthetic limb swooped down to warn them about the police.
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts linked to the 12 still boast a combined 6 million followers, Newsweek analysis shows.
The woman told officers she sprayed the victims because she's "in a high-risk category" and concerned about the Delta variant of COVID-19, police said.
Officials reported 3,117 COVID daily cases, the highest-ever recorded in the Japanese capital—the record has now been broken on consecutive days.
"The best way to stay safe is to get vaccinated, we're really strongly encouraging everyone to do just that," Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said on Tuesday.
Researchers will need to study brain images from COVID survivors before they can conclusively link the virus to mental impairment.
Alabama trails every other state with only 34 percent of residents fully vaccinated against COVID-19.