At least 125 part-time employees at Indiana University Health system, the largest physicians network in the state, have lost their jobs for no…
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At least 125 part-time employees at Indiana University Health system, the largest physicians network in the state, have lost their jobs for not complying with COVID-19 vaccination requirements, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Los Angeles County, the country's most populous county, will require customers and employees in indoor bars, wineries, breweries, nightclubs and lounges to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination starting October 7, according to a new health order issued Friday.
Moderna's vaccine is the most effective, but Pfizer and J&J also protect well, a CDC-led study says.
Vaccine advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration voted unanimously Friday to recommend emergency use authorization of a booster dose of Pfizer's vaccine six months after full vaccination in people 65 and older and those at high risk of severe COVID-19.
CHICAGO (WBBM) -- Southern Illinois as of Thursday had no intensive care beds available as the coronavirus ravages the area.
Three people have been arrested and charged after allegedly attacking a hostess at a New York City restaurant.
At least eight pregnant Mississippi women have died of COVID-19 since late July -- none of them fully vaccinated -- officials said, more than doubling the state's pandemic total in just two months and spurring medical leaders to give this message:
A head-to-head study of all three authorized coronavirus vaccines in the United States finds the Moderna vaccine is slightly more effective than Pfizer's in real-life use in keeping people out of the hospital, and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine comes in third, but still provides 71% protection.
Attorneys general from 24 states, including Kansas and Missouri, sent a letter to President Biden today that says he must drop the proposed vaccine mandate or face legal action over it.