Marines’ vaccine hesitancy presents early test for Biden as commander-in-chief

Many U.S. Marines’ hesitancy to receive coronavirus vaccinations could prove to be a sticking point for President Biden as some Democrats pressure him to mandate vaccinations for service members. Nearly 40%…

Michigan coronavirus strategy should focus on restrictions, not more vaccine supply, Walensky says

Michigan’s governor has renewed her call for additional vaccine supply from the Biden administration to combat the state’s surging coronavirus cases, but federal officials have instead said the focus should…

New Hampshire first to administer COVID-19 vaccine dose to over 50% of eligible residents, data shows

New Hampshire became the first state to administer at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine to over 50% of eligible residents, according to data compiled by Fox News. The state had…

Israel COVID-19 study finds South Africa variant able to ‘break through’ Pfizer vaccine

A new study from Israel indicates the South Africa variant of the coronavirus can “break through” the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine to some degree. A team from Tel Aviv University and Clalit…

Chinese COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness ‘not high,’ government exploring options: officials

China’s coronavirus vaccines may not provide the appropriate protection, with the government exploring options to try and boost efficacy as additional vaccines enter clinical trials. In a rare admission from a normally…

Concern in Italy that mafia redirecting vaccine to friends as elderly die

Authorities in Italy are investigating whether the Italian mafia is redirecting the country’s supply of coronavirus vaccines away from those who need it most and giving it to their friends and family, according to…

Denver bar requires COVID-19 vaccine for dine-in customers, employees

A bar in Denver is requiring customers to show proof that they are vaccinated against the coronavirus before they are seated — but some customers aren’t happy about the new policy.  …

Women, those under 40 more likely to have side effects to COVID vaccine, expert says

Women and people under 40 years old are more likely to experience side effects from COVID-19 vaccines, an expert told The Post on Friday. “Women and younger people have more…

Georgia site is fourth in US to pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine

A coronavirus vaccine site in Georgia became the fourth US location this week to pause its administration of the Johnson & Johnson jab after concerns over possible adverse reactions, a report said.…

Maddow rips ‘patronizing, snobby’ media belittling those hesitant of vaccine: ‘Nothing to be ashamed of’

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow offered an emotional plea to those hesitant about getting the coronavirus vaccine.  Maddow kicked off her show Friday night by touting her “Vaccinate New York” sticker she…