Sacramento State bans students who aren't vaccinated
CNN's Randi Kaye attempts to speak with chiropractor Dan Busch, who despite not being a medical doctor, wrote medical exemptions for students wishing to opt out of wearing masks in Sarasota County Schools in Florida.
Rapper Nicki Minaj claimed on social media that her cousin's friend has "swollen testicles" after taking the Covid-19 vaccine. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins New Day to debunk the rapper.
A hospital in upstate New York is "pausing" deliveries of babies because of the number of maternity unit employee resignations over the state's Covid-19 vaccination requirements, health officials say.
Americans have grown more supportive of coronavirus vaccine mandates for workers, students, and in everyday public life, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. The shift comes amid renewed worries about the pandemic and a continued partisan divide over the efforts to combat it.
Despite the data showing that patients who are not vaccinated for the Covid-19 virus are overwhelming US hospitals, professor of medical ethics Dr. Steven Joffe says that hospitals should not prioritize vaccinated patients over those who are unvaccinated.
CNN's Randi Kaye reports from St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, where nearly all of the ICU beds are filled with Covid-19 patients.
CNN's Miguel Marquez speaks to an unvaccinated Covid-19 patient who says he didn't pay attention to the coronavirus before he ended up in the hospital.
Usree Bhattacharya, a professor at the University of Georgia who has a child with a rare medical disorder, pleads with the university's board and students ahead of a home college football game.
CNN's Daniel Dale breaks down the inaccuracies in a story that claimed hospitals in rural Oklahoma were backed up due to an increasing number of people overdosing on ivermectin, a dewormer commonly used to treat livestock.
Jewish high holy days during the pandemic: 80 percent of Palm Beach County, FL synagogues are offering a virtual option with an in-person experience and 20 percent are going fully virtual.
New data reveals a stark difference in Covid-19 cases between schools that mask and schools that don't. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro reports.
In an interview with CNN's Jim Acosta, Dr. Anthony Fauci said booster doses of Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine may be delayed from rolling out the week of September 20 as planned.
Dr. Jonathan Reiner reacts to President Donald Trump telling the Wall Street Journal that he "probably won't" get a Covid-19 vaccine booster.
Dr. John Cowan set up a mobile vaccine clinic outside of a Marjorie Taylor Greene rally to try and help his fellow Republicans. He joins CNN New Day to tell John Berman how it went.
South African researchers say they've been keeping a close eye on a new coronavirus variant called C.1.2. CNN's David McKenzie explains why it's so difficult to track the variant and how dangerous it is.
As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations soar, misinformation is persuading some people to grasp for unproven treatments. CNN's Pamela Brown reports this includes an anti-parasitic medicine for horses and cows.
Face masks are now required in all indoor public settings in Boston as the city tries to contain the spread of the delta COVID-19 variant, and next week, Newton and Cambridge will also begin to require them.
The director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- the nation's top public health agency -- is speaking out forcefully about gun violence in America, calling it a "serious public health threat." CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
Many Americans cannot afford to buy toiletries. Benefits programs like SNAP don't cover them. So Jeff Feingold founded Hope & Comfort to give these items out for free and work to end hygiene insecurity.
Mayor Bill De Blasio announced that 148,000 staff from New York City public schools are now required to get the Covid-19 vaccine. This is how two public school teachers feel about it.
CNN's Erica Hill reports on a growing staffing shortage amid nurses as spikes in coronavirus cases fill some ICUs with Covid-19 patients.
A young boy from Alaska has become an internet sensation for TikTok videos showing his love for eating from his family's vegetable garden.
CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers a viewer's question about coexisting with Covid-19 and when it will move from the pandemic to endemic stage as the virus continues to circulate among the US.
In 1987 Princess Diana helped to break down stigmas around HIV/AIDS when she was photographed shaking the hand of a man with AIDS. CNN looks back at her legacy.
CNN's Chris Cuomo talks with Dr. Nitesh Paryani about the Delta variant and the strain it's putting on the hospital where he works and healthcare in general.
Paige Ruiz was nine months pregnant when she contracted Covid-19, and died before she got the chance to hold her newborn baby. Her mother, Robin Zinsou, tells CNN's John Berman her daughter's dying wish was that she wished she had gotten vaccinated.
Dr. Anthony Fauci corrects his earlier prediction on NPR, telling CNN's Anderson Cooper that if a majority of Americans get vaccinated, the US could have control over Covid-19 by the Spring of 2022.
US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy reacts to climbing Mississippi Poison Control calls related to ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug used to treat farm animals and found at livestock supply centers. The uptick in calls comes after the drug has falsely been touted as a Covid-19 treatment.
Sean Penn tells CNN's Michael Smerconish that people who are unvaccinated need to realize that resisting getting the shot is not a sign of independence, rather it's in opposition to the kind of inter-dependence that has made the country successful.
CNN's Laura Coates and Dr. Cedric Dark discuss Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who in a recent interview on Fox News claimed that African Americans were to blame for the ever-increasing wave of coronavirus cases.
As Covid-19 cases surge in Florida and Texas, the Republican governors of those states are touting an antibody treatment called Regeneron rather than implementing prevention measures. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
Dr. Leana Wen shares her checklist to protect children, who are facing increasing Covid-19 risks as schools return to in-person learning and crowded social events resume.