A federal judge on Jan. 21 issued a preliminary injunction against a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees.
Across the nation, they are continuing to implement the successful policies that have earned them praise throughout the pandemic.
Catholic psychiatrist and ethicist who was fired last month from the University of California-Irvine School of Medicine explains why he made a principled stand in opposition to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations.
After enforcing strict vaccine mandates, the Vatican Secretary of State and 'sostituto' Archbishop Edgar Peña Parra test positive for the disease, though symptoms are reportedly mild.
The new restrictions, which came into force in the country this week, ban citizens without a Super Green Pass from entering restaurants, public transportation, gyms, hotels, theaters, and sports events.
Responding to a query about his Dec. 23 ruling mandating vaccination for all Vatican employees and visitors who haven’t recently recovered from COVID-19, the Vatican secretary of state indicated religious exemptions are not ‘justified’ with respect to mRNA vaccines.