The governor won't be mandating the vaccine for residents, but he is "highly encouraging" them to get it amid a sharp rise in cases.
Retail sales rose 0.7% in August, far outpacing the estimate of a 0.8% decline. The month saw the Delta wave intensify and mask-wearing rules' return.
RBA says rate hikes aren't in the interest of anyone right now.
US stocks are likely to undergo a retreat of between 5% and 10% before the end of the year, RBC Capital Markets said.
People are whining about President Biden "overreaching" with his vaccine mandate for businesses. But actually, the order doesn't go far enough.
Biden changed his position after millions refused to get the shot even as the infectious Delta variant continued to spread.
Economists said global supply-chain disruptions are making themselves felt in the UK economy, which was also hit by rising COVID-19 cases.
"There are elected officials actively working to undermine the fight against COVID-19," Biden said in a Thursday press conference.
"This is not about freedom or personal choice," Biden said as he unveiled a 6-point plan to combat the Delta variant that includes new vaccine mandates.
The European Union removed the US from a safe list, and individual countries have since introduced a range of new travel restrictions.
Schools aren't safe enough to open, but political inaction on school shootings has primed parents into sending their kids into harm's way anyway.
Approximately 9 million unemployed Americans saw their benefits cut Monday, as job hiring slowed in response to the spread of the delta variant.
The physician said there aren't enough ICU beds for people who need them because Iowa hospitals have so many COVID-19 patients.
"Success looks like very few people in the hospital and very few dying," Vivek Murthy told Politico.
Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN that hospitals that are full of COVID-19 patients could soon have to make "tough choices" about whom to treat.
A slowdown in the US labor market and a price cut from Saudi Arabia unnerved the oil market on Monday.
In an effort to keep and recruit qualified substitutes, several school districts in California and Georgia gave per-day raises for both short and long-term subs.