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Several small Pacific nations avoided any virus outbreaks, thanks to their remote locations and strict border controls.
The actor, who went to the event where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made wild claims about vaccines, said “nobody should ever be forced to inject their body with anything."
Masks made from silk, breathable inserts and shields that sit off your face for smudge-proof wear.
"This changes everything, this changes everything!" Noah, host of "The Daily Show," mockingly responded to the podcaster's comments on race.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback said he believes “a ton of people” were “rooting against” his team Saturday because of his “vaccination status.”
Including masks with adjustable straps and ones designed specifically for beards.
Recent research says getting vaccinated won't hurt your chance of getting pregnant — but getting COVID-19 might.
The rule through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration would have applied to an estimated 84 million workers.
The Social Security Administration's 1,200 field offices have offered only limited in-person service since March 2020.
The "Rocket Man" singer hopes to return to the road soon.
"I refuse to watch my patients die because of absolute chaos that could otherwise be avoided, while, sadly, we are told to keep quiet as the ship we’re on sinks."
If your mental health is wrecked from reading pandemic headlines for two years, take back some control by following this guide.
The rock icon tells Spotify to remove his music: “They can have Rogan or Young. Not both."
The "View" co-host said the "Real Time" comedian's gags were "not really funny to people who have lost their kids" to the coronavirus.
"While we love each other, we differ on many current issues," the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star said following RFK Jr.'s unhinged claims at a rally.
The legendary rocker and known vaccine skeptic embraced the widely debunked theory and slammed the media in a bizarre interview.
The Republican governor has issued an order allowing the parents of public-school students to choose whether their children wear masks at school.
The Basketball Hall of Famer and coronavirus conspiracy theorist says he can't return to Gonzaga University's games until the rules change.
The Native American rights activist, now 77 and ailing, says "fear and stress" from unbearable periods of isolation is breaking him and others.