A pharmacy technician loads a syringe with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.

Teachers Union President Says She Will Back A Booster Mandate

The president of one of the largest teachers’ unions in the country says she will back a booster mandate for teachers if the FDA approves them.


0:39A pharmacy technician loads a syringe with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
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U.S. Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only For Elderly, High-Risk

2:13A health worker prepares Pfizer vaccines during the national COVID-19 vaccination campaign
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Are Booster Shots The Best Defense Against COVID-19?

1:39Doctor cares for patients

WTVF: Tennessee Clinics Blame Politics For Antibody Treatment Shortage


KGTV: How Symptoms Of Breakthrough COVID Cases Differ From Others

3:37Man gets a shot.

Examining How States Have Limited Public Health Powers

0:36Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens as President Joe Biden delivers remarks.
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World Leaders Try To Hammer Out Next Steps On Climate Change

2:35Students sit in a class.

Schools Invest In Grief Programs To Help Students Cope With Loss

1:50Setareh Yazdani, Sohayla Yazdani and Sousan Yazdani

WTVF: Sister Nurses Lean On Each Other During The Pandemic

6:54A technician inspects filled vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at the company's facility in Puurs, Belgium
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The Science Behind COVID Booster Shots

0:24A mother holds her daughter who is injected with a dose of the Soberana-02 COVID-19 vaccine, in Havana, Cuba.
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Cuba Begins Administering COVID Vaccines To Children As Young As 2

3:48A member of the Philadelphia Fire Department prepares a dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine
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How U.S. Vaccine Rates Differ From Other Countries

Cones block the entrance to Sequoia National Park, California
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Sequoia National Park's Giant Trees At Risk As Fires Grow

1:48Nurse works on a machine.

KMGH: Colorado Hospitals Are Running Out Of ICU Space

An emergency department sign is photographed at a healthcare facility in Idaho.
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Idaho Rations Health Care Statewide Amid COVID Surge

2:37Man pushes a gurney

WRTV: Indiana Doctor Says Hospital Resources Are Stretched Thin

2:24School nurse assists student

Schools Battle Nursing Shortages As COVID Cases Climb

0:30A help-wanted sign is displayed at a gas station in Mount Prospect, Ill.
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Unemployment Claims Up After Hitting Pandemic Low

0:55A medical worker prepares a shot of the Moderna vaccine during a vaccination campaign.
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Moderna Study Suggests Vaccine Protection Wanes

2:18Mel Ondik gives a COVID-19 vaccine to Joseph Garduno before the Raiders-Ravens Monday Night Football game on Sept. 13.
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Welcoming Fans Back To The Stands

2:23Woman rings a bell on her porch.

WLEX: Kentucky Woman Finds A Way To Honor COVID Patients Daily

A SpaceX Falcon 9 lifts off with four private citizens from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla.
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SpaceX Launches Four Civilians On First Private Flight

residents injured in the aftermath of an earthquake
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Southwest China Earthquake Kills At Least 3

0:27A health worker administers a dose of a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
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President Meets With CEOs About Vaccine Mandate

1:13Food sits on a cafeteria table.

KSHB: Kansas City Community Works Together To Keep Kids Fed At School

4:06A man gets a COVID-19 vaccine in Kinshasa, Congo.
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Vaccine Hesitancy Rampant In Congo

2:33Man lays in a hospital bed.

WTVF: Tennessee COVID Patient Urges Others To Get Vaccinated

2:55Woman readies a vaccine.

WXYZ: Vaccine Mandates Are Spooking Job Seekers In Michigan

1:39Clouds move over the moon.

KJRH: Is COVID Causing Insomnia?

1:29President Joe Biden walks to speak about infrastructure at the Flatirons campus of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
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President Biden Touts $3.5T Climate Resilience Plan

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Nearly 3 Million Get Health Coverage During COVID-19 Sign-up