The biggest employers are successfully enacting vaccine mandates. Many smaller ones need help
Miller has found the vaccine is a tough sell, and nothing like the workplace flu shot campaigns she’s run in the past. The covid-19 vaccine drives a politicized wedge between those eager to take it and those who proclaim they never will, and she is forced to try to knock down insidious misinformation and assuage genuine fears without appearing too heavy-handed at the snack company based in Hanover, Penn.washingtonpost.com
NBA draws line as stars like Kyrie Irving, Andrew Wiggins balk at Covid vaccine
Four years after he challenged social norms and science by admitting he believes that the Earth is flat, Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving is once again generating headlines -- and controversy -- with his refusal to get the Covid-19 vaccination, even though he risks losing millions as a result of his stance.
What to Know About Boosters if You Got the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
Americans who received the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna coronavirus vaccines should get a booster shot eight months after their second vaccine dose, federal health officials said Wednesday. The boosters will be available beginning Sept. 20, if the Food and Drug Administration agrees to the plan. They will go first to health care workers, nursing home residents and older adults, who were the first to receive the initial round of vaccinations after they were authorized in December. But the recommendnews.yahoo.com
WATCH: Gov. Ralph Northam, Dr. Anthony Fauci address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Virginia
The Virginia Department of Health is hosting a virtual conversation with Gov. Ralph Northam, Dr. Anthony Fauci and various healthcare providers across the Commonwealth regarding COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy Tuesday evening.
Changes to your menstrual cycle? Sore eyes? We asked a doctor about ‘strange’ COVID vaccine side effects
If you received your COVID-19 vaccine, you likely knew about what to expect in terms of side effects: Perhaps a mild headache, chills or body aches, a slight fever, a sore arm or maybe a bit of fatigue.
COVID-19 vaccination clinics offered to major office buildings in Chicago and around Illinois
The state and city of Chicago are partnering with building owners to make vaccination clinics available to workers in major commercial buildings in downtown Chicago and other cities across Illinoischicagotribune.com