"You need to take it upon yourself to be restrictive," Birx said Sunday, addressing the expected uptick in COVID-19 transmission following Thanksgiving gatherings.
"We need to get the school system open. We set a particularly stringent standard," said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
"We don't want to frighten people but that's just the reality," Dr. Anthony Fauci said regarding the trajectory of the pandemic.
The organizers of the Saturday night gathering in the Garment District violated emergency orders and lacked a liquor license, police reported.
Tony Spell, the megachurch pastor who continued to hold large services in spite of COVID-19 orders effected last spring, argued that places of worship should have full control over decisions about assembly in a since-dismissed legal petition.
The city council of Pasadena, which operates under its own health department, made a unanimous decision on November 23 to allow restaurants to offer outdoor dining.
The customer appeared to be the complaining about the hotel's limited service during the coronavirus pandemic.
Democrats and Republicans remain opposed about the scope of financial relief, but the topic is expected to be near the top of the agenda as the end of the year draws near.
Chartered United Airlines flights have begun landing in the United States with officials planning to distribute millions of doses if it is given approval by regulators, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
"The United States and the rest of the world will not accept a circumstance in which we do not have an effective public health surveillance system, with an international dimension, in China and across the world going forward," said Jake Sullivan, Biden's NSA nominee.
"The powers have not been used yet, but they've been on the books for over 25 years and it's important that Floridians know that this power can't be exercised by government, because it's just too much an invasion of their personal liberties," said Florida State Representative Anthony Sabatini.
The protest movements come as Amazon saw an incredible boost in sales throughout the pandemic, raking in as much as $1 billion a day in its third-quarter earnings.
Health workers, people over 65, or those with specific medical conditions are among the list of people who may receive the coronavirus vaccine first, should initial supplies be scarce.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said that he didn't feel that the Supreme Court ruling was protesting lockdowns in the way that Pope Francis spoke about those who opposed restrictions.
Chief Operating Officer of Big Boy Restaurant Group Bob Scavo disavowed the local restaurant, calling it a "rogue franchisee."
More than a quarter of a million Americans have died from the COVID-19 pandemic, with numbers continuing to rise.
Staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic has encouraged some to dress more casually and wash less.
Close scrutiny continues long after a product has been approved by regulators, even in a public health emergency.
Eric Clapton and Van Morrison announced the upcoming release of a single, which only served to remind many of a decades-old lapse in judgment by Clapton.
Dr. Michael Ryan previously spoke about the team of scientists traveling to Wuhan, China, who will be investigating how the virus spread.
The city is allowing outdoor dining, but the seven-day average for confirmed cases in Pasadena has risen since early November.
"For hydroxychloroquine, the side effects may occur in the first month after the start of treatment," the European Medicines Agency said.
Thanksgiving also marked the 17th consecutive day that hospitalizations in the U.S. hit a new record, according to the COVID Tracking Project.
Biden COVID adviser Dr. Celine Gounder pointed out that healthcare workers are "already exhausted" after fighting the pandemic for months.
Senator Lindsey Graham's potential support for a larger stimulus package could bode well for those hoping for another stimulus check.
The country also reported a record number for patients hospitalized with coronavirus on November 26.
The Arcadia Group, responsible for Topshop, Burton, and Dorothy Perkins, is said to be preparing to appoint administrators as soon as next week.
Defense minister Sergei Shoigu said thousands would get the jab by the end of the year, following an order from President Vladimir Putin.
A number of Conservative MPs have lashed out at new COVID measures that see 99% of England under tough restrictions.
"We'll turn the corner on COVID in 2021 with the help of our technology," Scott Gottlieb said.