On Thursday (September 9), President Biden announced a set of new vaccine mandates, and as expected, pushback from some Americans has been ramping up on social medial.
The two-dose vaccine has been approved for individuals age 16 and older. Health officials hope the action by the FDA will aid more unvaccinated individuals to trust Pfizer's shot to be safe and effective and could be used to help employ vaccine mandates for state, local governments and private employers.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced new guidelines for fully vaccinated people and it looks like the face mask is apart of the past!
Of the 6.8 million doses of Johnson & Johnson given in the US, only six women have contracted rare blood clots.
State officials announced starting Monday, March 29, every adult in Texas was eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
New York Times travel reporter Tariro Mzezewa shares what to expect while traveling during the pandemic, and what are vaccine passports.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on Tuesday (March 2) Texas would be the largest state to end its mask mandate, nearly eight months after it was originally announced to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
With all of the confusion going on, Dr. Collier answers listeners' questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Join a roster of some of Houston's finest medical professionals and virologist as they discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and misinformation surrounding it.
Jackson Lee says the new COVID-19 relief bill signed by the House includes $2,000 for Americans + $2,000 for their dependants, an extension of the eviction moratorium and more.