The archbishop of Chile’s capital Santiago, Celestino Aos, has been hospitalized after testing positive for the coronavirus, the Roman Catholic Church in Chile wrote in a statement posted on Twitter on Saturday.
Earlier this week, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee joined many Republicans nationwide to fight against COVID-19 vaccine passports, which are being developed in some areas of the country to encourage inoculations in order for people to travel, shop and participate in other activities.
Tanzania’s new president Samia Suluhu Hassan on Tuesday drew a line under her predecessor’s controversial stances on COVID-19 and the media, indicating an apparent change in course for the nation after the death of John Magufuli last month.
One in three COVID-19 survivors in a study of more than 230,000 mostly American patients were diagnosed with a brain or psychiatric disorder within six months, suggesting the pandemic could lead to a wave of mental and neurological problems, scientists said on Tuesday.
The 17th annual Vero Beach, Florida, Prayer Breakfast kicked off Saturday, April 3 at 9 a.m. Eastern. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last year’s breakfast was canceled, and organizers chose to take the event virtual this year.
The New York state attorney general’s office has subpoenaed dozens of officials in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration as part of a probe into sexual harassment accusations, the Wall Street Journal reported late on Friday.
More young adults in the United States reported feeling anxious or depressed during the past six months of the COVID-19 pandemic, and fewer people reported getting the help they needed, according to a U.S. government study released on Friday.
It’s fairly easy to understand the need for sign language Scripture. Deaf people around the world use an estimated 400 unique sign languages, and only one has a full Bible translation. What may not be obvious is how the pandemic affects the translation process.