Sen. Ted Cruz said allowing vaccinated customers to not wear a mask would increase air traffic, boost travel, and incentivize vaccinations.
Greg Abbott pledged that businesses operating in Texas will be banned from requiring vaccine passports, including cruise lines.
Colleges like the University of Notre Dame are issuing vaccine mandates for faculty and students. This ignores both the science and individual liberties.
Former President Donald Trump said in a speech that he has no plans to return to Facebook after the company banned him and other conservatives.
Other industries have been allowed to open with no such vaccine mandate from the CDC, and the state of Florida wants the same standards applied to cruises.
If the lawsuit between DeSantis and the CDC forces a compromise, it will reflect the need to address political issues on corporate and cultural fronts, not just legislative.
China is using its access to COVID-19 vaccines as a political tool to coerce several Latin American countries into cutting off official diplomatic ties with Taiwan.
In the coming months, as the WTO decides how to proceed with this controversial decision, they must consider not just the current pandemic but the future of pharmaceutical innovations.
As American adults breathe free without that little sting behind the ears, our children remain needlessly constrained by symbolic fabric face coverings.
This climate of secrecy, retaliation, and intimidation is not a good look for a supposedly apolitical agency many Americans suspect is scientifically compromised.
Christopher Bedford, Kylee Zempel, and Emily Jashinsky talk President Joe Biden’s address to the joint session of Congress.
President Joe Biden touted vaccines Wednesday as a ‘dose of hope’ in slowing the fight against Americans’ liberties, but the scene in the chamber said otherwise.
Harvard Medical School’s Dr. Martin Kulldorff invented key parts of the U.S. vaccine safety system. But the CDC doesn’t want his expertise on COVID vaccines. Why? Looks like politics.
It’s not just rude and selfish to pry into other people’s private medical decisions, it’s also unscientific and totally unnecessary.
A vaccine provider in Washington state is putting black people ahead of white people in signing up for COVID-19 vaccines in the name of racial equity.
While corporations are leading our government by the nose, small business is more often an unwilling victim, pleading for any path they can to survive their rulers.
‘Why do so many vaccinated people remain fearful?’ David Leonhardt asks with a straight face in Monday’s New York Times newsletter. Let me tell you.
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