Pastor Robert Jeffress of the First Baptist Church in Dallas will not offer religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, AP reported.
Experts say there's no legal or substantive difference between mandating COVID-19 vaccines and requiring other approved vaccines.
Uel Trejo, 20, said as soon as her pastor spoke about religious exemptions from the pulpit, "people started cheering and jumping out of their seats."
Arizona's Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Biden's administration, even though the text has yet to be published.
Biden's move ignited a furious response from GOP lawmakers, many of whom have decried federal mandates as an infringement of individual freedom.
More local mandates are coming, which should help convince the about 75 million eligible unvaccinated, Fauci said.
The Georgia lawmaker said that her GOP colleagues need to get their "asses in gear" and impeach President Joe Biden to win elections.
The city cited the increasingly infectious Delta variant of COVID-19 as one of the reasons for issuing the emergency executive order.
More data released on Friday again shows that unvaccinated people are far more vulnerable to infection, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19.
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Biden changed his position after millions refused to get the shot even as the infectious Delta variant continued to spread.
The RNC and some state governors said Thursday they would sue the administration, but experts said they probably won't win.
A leading vaccine law expert explains how commerce, discrimination, and antibodies might play a role in challenging the government's vaccine mandate.
The US's average weekly vaccination rate has declined 38% since the FDA approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
While medical and religious exemptions are available, getting regular COVID-19 tests to prove negativity won't be an option, NBC Washington reported.
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.
Billionaire executive Marc Benioff trumpeted the value of vaccines and testing, and urged company bosses to focus on equality and sustainability.