Some countries have temporarily suspended the vaccine after reports of possible serious side-effects.
Migrant leaders use common sense and community spirit to defeat vaccine misinformation and mistrust in the government.
The former White House press secretary probably isn't thrilled about this #TBT.
Anyone for a boogie?
Trump's February 2020 claim about the coronavirus comes back to haunt him on the newspaper's front page.
“The fact that I, Meghan McCain, co-host of The View, don’t know when or how I will be able to get a vaccine."
“I am so very grateful to be alive, but eight weeks after receiving the positive test, I still don’t feel completely recovered.’”
The donor initially tested negative for the coronavirus. Now, doctors are calling for more thorough testing to be performed ahead of transplants.
"It is up to the government and the authorities to convince those people it is OK," he said as Australia's vaccination program begins.
The president also highlighted the safety of the vaccines and encouraged those who are able to get the shots.