“From now on, I refuse to be referred to as ‘unvaccinated,’ ” a conservative TikToker declared. “I want everyone to now call me Pureblood.”
“When you can’t possibly escape anything, all you can be left with is talking to walls and inanimate objects.”
At a town hall meeting, the salad company leader dismissed an employee who was moved to tears, doubled down on his "core message," and received plaudits from staff.
Thanos Plevris, the man in charge of Greece's pandemic response, has apologised if comments he made about Auschwitz while defending his own dad from Holocaust-denial offended any Jewish people.
Reddit banned r/NoNewNormal and quarantined an additional 54 groups it said were responsible for COVID-19 misinformation.
The pricey salad chain CEO took to LinkedIn to espouse his views on the pandemic, such as that Americans who got seriously ill were too fat.
Anti-vaxxers, spoiled with vaccine access, are encouraging people to use a deworming drug not proven to treat COVID—making things worse for people who can't access vaccines.
Not everyone who hasn't had their vaccination yet is anti-vax. Some people are just building up their courage.
The CEO of Reddit has responded to calls from users to purge the site of disinformation, saying “dissent is a part of Reddit and the foundation of democracy.”
A special Barbie doll was made to honor her work during the pandemic.
York Region said the child would not have passed the daily COVID screening tool parents are meant to use.