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Deutsche Welle
4-15-2021
Why COVID-19 vaccines can't change our DNA - DW fact checker Joscha Weber explains
More than 830 million vaccine doses have been administered as the biggest vaccination campaign in history continues in the fight against COVID-19. But still there is a lot of hesitancy and mistrust, fueled by online disinformation and fake news on the coronavirus.
PennLive.com on MSN.com
4-15-2021
Pa. House Speaker Bryan Cutler tests positive for COVID-19
Pennsylvania House Speaker Bryan Cutler said Thursday morning he has tested positive for COVID-19 and said he is experiencing mild symptoms. Cutler had previously been in quarantine due to an exposure to someone with COVID-19.
The Topeka Capital-Journal on MSN.com
4-15-2021
Shawnee County COVID-19 indicator rises five points
Shawnee County’s COVID-19 indicator rose from a score of two to a score of seven after cases and the hospital stress index rose. Shawnee county reported 116 cases between April 4 - April 10, the county’s indicator said,
The Oklahoman on MSN.com
4-15-2021
How Choctaw Nation, blood institute are helping COVID-19 patients
The Choctaws and Oklahoma Blood Institute kicked off supply efforts in a dedicated plasma drive on Jan. 21 at the nation’s headquarters in Durant.
American Bar Association
4-15-2021
How Lawyers Are Making a Difference to Small Businesses Battling COVID-19
Clinic offers free guidance to those seeking federal, state, and city grants and loans, as well as limited-scope legal advice.
Baytown Sun
4-15-2021
Reported COVID-19 cases below average
A below-average number of new COVID-19 cases was reported Wednesday, while deaths matched the Texas’ average, according to state health officials.
The Lancet
4-14-2021
Tanzania's position on the COVID-19 pandemic
In a World Report about COVID-19 vaccine use in Tanzania,1 local context was not sufficiently considered to fully understand the country's position on the COVID-19 pandemic and its use of COVID-19 vaccines.
Erie Times-News on MSN.com
4-14-2021
Erie County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 21% people fully vaccinated
Some 21% of people living in Erie County are fully vaccinated as of April 13, according to data from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers someone fully vaccinated two weeks after they've been given a single-dose shot (Johnson & Johnson) or a second shot (either Pfizer or Moderna).
WKYT on MSN.com
4-14-2021
40 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Lexington
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported a total of 40 new cases of COVID-19 for Tuesday, April 13. No new deaths were reported. The new cases raised the city’s total to 33,921. The city’s death toll is 296.
consilium.europa
4-14-2021
COVID-19: Council agrees its negotiating mandate on the Digital Green Certificate
This certificate will facilitate safe and free movement during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing proof that a person has either been vaccinated against COVID-19, received a negative test result or recovered from COVID-19. The current epidemiological ...
Big News Network.com
4-14-2021
Malaysia reports 1,889 new COVID-19 cases, 8 more deaths
Malaysia reported 1889 new COVID-19 infections the health ministry said on Wednesday bringing the national total to 36582
Independent Florida Alligator
4-14-2021
COVID-19 Update: UF quarantine numbers on- and off-campus drop steadily over week
A week after UF began vaccinating students, faculty and staff ages 16 and older, the university’s COVID-19 isolation numbers steadily decreased. Daily COVID-19 tests have also remained at a seven-day average positivity rate of 1% since March 12.
Maine
4-14-2021
Maine Advises Pause for Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine
This morning, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine out of an abundance of caution following reports of six cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot in recipients in the United States.
beIN Sports
4-13-2021
Medvedev positive for Covid-19, withdraws from Monte Carlo
Daniil Medvedev has withdrawn from the Monte Carlo Masters after testing positive for Covid-19, the ATP Tour announced on Tuesday. "It's a big disappointment not to play in Monte-Carlo. My focus is now on recovery and I look forward to getting back out on ...
Grand Forks Herald
4-8-2021
LIVE: Minnesota health officials hold 2 p.m. COVID-19 press briefing
The Minnesota Department of Health will hold a conference call to brief members of the media on the latest public health information regarding COVID-19 at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 8. Speakers will include MDH Commissioner Jan Malcolm and State Epidemiologist,
unl.edu
4-8-2021
Sign Up for UNL Student COVID-19 Vaccine Registry
We have been working closely with the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) on opportunities for our students to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. Today, a portal has been opened for a Vaccine Registry for all UNL students who wish to be vaccinated.
CBS Pittsburgh
4-8-2021
COVID-19 Vaccinations In Pittsburgh: Linton Middle School To Be Used As Vaccine Clinic
PENN HILLS (KDKA) – Penn Hills School District’s Linton Middle School is going to be used as a vaccination clinic later this month. The clinic will get some senior citizens vaccinated on April ...
pna
4-8-2021
2 vaccinated healthcare workers in NegOr contract Covid-19
DUMAGUETE CITY – Two medical front-liners in Negros Oriental who previously received their first dose of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccine tested positive of infection. Assistant Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Liland Estacion said she still ...
Department of Health
4-7-2021
5 million people in the UK receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine
Government urges people to take up their second doses as soon as possible to maximise protection More than 5 million people in the UK have received their second dose of a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. Health services across the UK have now administered ...
business-live
4-2-2021
Coronavirus Northern Ireland: 407 businesses ask First and Deputy First Ministers to reopen economy in letter outlining fears
Business leaders and owners of 407 firms across Northern Ireland have penned an open letter to the First and Deputy First Minister, calling for the reopening of the economy. In it they share fears that thousands of jobs will be lost as a result of ongoing ...
Game-Debate
4-2-2021
PAX East has been officially cancelled due to COVID-19, Online event will return in July
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been a bane on live events for obvious reasons, but some remained hopeful for the physical shows to return in full swing this Summer - or in the case of the PAX East organizers, an “optimistic” outlook at a physical ...
Cleveland Daily Banner
4-2-2021
Cleveland City Schools sees COVID-19 case drop
Cleveland City Schools has slightly improved its COVID-19 case numbers for this week, according to a report released Thursday. Cleveland City Schools releases a weekly COVID-19 case report that …
Indian Country Today
4-1-2021
Warren investigation finds Amazon.com provides consumers with misleading and potentially dangerous search results for FDA authorized COVID-19 masks
"Amazon's policies and procedures appear to be increasing risks for many individuals that are purchasing COVID-19 masks and other protective gear to protect themselves and their communities" Office of U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) United States ...
Cumberland Times-News
4-1-2021
Maryland opens preregistration for Phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine plan
Preregistration is now open for Maryland's COVID-19 Phase 3 vaccination plan that includes all Marylanders age 16 and older.
The Red & Black
4-1-2021
Gov. Kemp loosens COVID-19 restrictions in Georgia, allows gatherings
On Wednesday, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed three executive orders loosening COVID-19 restrictions in the state, according to a press release from his office. Executive Order 03.31.21.03 is the lengthiest of the three executive orders issued on Wednesday ...
Peninsula Daily News
4-1-2021
State confirms cases of vaccinated people getting COVID-19
The state Department of Health is investigating reports of people in the state who tested positive for COVID-19 more than two weeks after they were fully vaccinated. Scientists call these “vaccine breakthrough” cases,
KIRO-TV on MSN.com
3-31-2021
Seattle burglars threaten victims with COVID-19
Three burglary suspects walked out of ULTA Beauty Store in White Center with $5,000 in merchandise, with one of the burglars declaring he had COVID-19 and suggesting he would spit on the victims. According to a Seattle police report,
Cleveland Scene
3-31-2021
Sandra Williams Supports Covid-19 Vaccine, Clarifies Personal Hesitancy
State Senator Sandra Williams released a statement Tuesday clarifying her personal hesitancy about the Covid-19 vaccine. A story in the Cincinnati Enquirer Monday reported
Gov
3-31-2021
NegOr needs more Covid-19 vax for health workers
The province of Negros Oriental has inoculated a total of 5,789 front-liners in government and private hospitals against coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) but it has run out of vaccines and is still awaiting additional deliveries.
CGTN
3-31-2021
Second batch of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Bolivia
A new batch of China's Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine arrived Tuesday in Bolivia's third largest city Cochabamba, with Bolivian officials and the country's Chinese Ambassador at the airport waiting to receive the shipment.
NBC Dallas on MSN.com
3-30-2021
Behind the Scenes: Volunteers Key to Running Fair Park COVID-19 Vaccine Site
Most people are familiar with images of lines of cars entering white tents where the COVID-19 vaccines are given, but it's what takes place before the crack of dawn, and the people who show arrive early who make it happen.
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
3-30-2021
Lubbock reports 11 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more recoveries
The total number of confirmed cases in Lubbock County is listed at 48,577, with 47,683 people recovered and 171 active cases
Mail Tribune
3-30-2021
Jackson County woman among 6 statewide COVID-19-related deaths
The Oregon Health Authority reported six more COVID-19 deaths Tuesday, including a 93-year-old Jackson County woman who tested positive March 7 and died March 8 at Providence Medford Medical Center. She had underlying medical conditions. The deaths raised ...
Ross-shire Journal
3-30-2021
UK’s wider Covid-19 death toll passed 150,000 in mid-March
More than 150,000 people in the UK have had Covid-19 recorded on their death certificate, new figures show. The grim milestone was passed on March 18, but has only now been confirmed due to the time it takes for deaths to be registered.
Bartlesville Radio
3-30-2021
Gov. Stitt Receives J & J Vaccine as OK Celebrates Phase 4 of State COVID-19 Vaccine Plan
As of Monday, all Oklahomans 16 years of age and older are now eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. “Today we are another step closer to getting our summer back,” said Gov.
CNY NEWS
3-30-2021
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Just Expanded Again
New York State just expanded eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine. Beginning today (March 30) those 30 and older can get the COVID-19 vaccine. According to Governor Cuomo's Office, eligibility will expand further starting April 6 with those 16 years of age ...
The Scottish Sun
3-30-2021
Coronavirus Scotland: 12 Covid deaths as cases rise by 411
ANOTHER 12 people have died from coronavirus in Scotland, with cases rising by 411. Nicola Sturgeon has been briefing the nation on the latest stats as Scotland continues its battle against
KSOO
3-30-2021
Businesses: What’s a COVID-19 Shot Worth to You?
If you are employed and have not been vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine your employer may be taking steps to draw you closer to that by dangling dollar signs in front of you. Call it a stipend or call it a bonus,
voxeurop.eu
3-30-2021
Federica Mogherini: ‘Crises such as Covid-19 are a reminder why we are together as a Union’
In the first episode of the new series of Burst the Bubble, the alumni of the College of Europe interview Federica Mogherini on the topic of crisis-management lessons in the light of Mogherini's own experience and the Covid-19 pandemic. Cornelia Lillis ...
KVEC
3-30-2021
President Biden calls for state mask mandates following CDC director warning of COVID-19 surge
President Biden is calling on states to reinstate mask mandates following a warning from the CDC about the possibility of a new surge in COVID-19 cases. The President said on Monday said ‘this is not
Ellwood City Ledger
3-30-2021
COVID-19 cases surge 22.9% in Pennsylvania
New coronavirus cases leaped in Pennsylvania in the week ending Sunday, rising 22.9% as 25,075 cases were reported. The previous week had 20,397 new cases of the virus that causes COVID-19. Pennsylvania ranked seventh among the states where coronavirus was spreading the fastest on a per-person basis,
KOTA Radio
3-30-2021
MLB relaxes COVID-19 restrictions for vaccinated players, coaches and staff
MLB players who are vaccinated against COVID-19 will have more relaxed protocols that will allow them to “mostly restore their normal lives. In a memo sent to teams Monday, MLB “strongly encouraged” players and team staff to get vaccinated and ...
Times Review
3-30-2021
Expanded eligibility to open COVID-19 vaccines to anyone age 30 or older Tuesday
Scenes from the first day of COVID-19 vaccinations at the Stony Brook Southampton mass vaccination site. (Credit: Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Office) Any New Yorkers age 30 or older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting 8 a.m. Tuesday ...
ninertimes.com
3-30-2021
SATIRE: UNC Charlotte uses science, logic to combat COVID-19
This is a satire article and does not include accurate information concerning COVID-19. For up-to-date information, visit the Center for Disease Control's website or check out the Niner
timeoutdoha.com
3-30-2021
Al Wakrah COVID-19 drive-through vaccination centre: Everything you need to know
Earlier this week, a second drive-through vaccination centre opened in Al Wakrah. Opened with the aim of speeding up the vaccine roll-out in Qatar, the centre will be giving out second doses of both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines.
Wanted in Rome
3-30-2021
Italian premier Mario Draghi gets AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine in Rome
Italy's prime minister Mario Draghi was vaccinated against covid-19 in Rome this morning, 30 March, getting his first dose of the Oxford-Astrazeneca vaccine.
Effingham Herald
3-30-2021
EHS, DPH work together to help teachers get COVID-19 vaccination
The needle that plunged into Melissa Griffis’ arm Friday morning at Ebenezer Middle School contained more than a COVID-19 vaccine. There was some much-needed reassurance in there, too.
buddhistdoor.org
3-30-2021
Online Buddhist Summit Explores Contemplative Care in the Era of COVID-19
Monday marked the end of a five-day free online summit on contemplative care that was attended by a global audience. The event was organized by Lion’s Roar and the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care (NYZC),
The Ridgefield Press
3-30-2021
Kentuckians aged 40 and up now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine
Kentucky residents 40 and up are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced Monday that the state has now vaccinated about 40% of Kentucky adults. “We also believe we’ve vaccinated about 70% of Kentuckians who are age 70 and up,
empr.media
3-30-2021
Coronavirus in Ukraine: Day 293
COVID-19 detected in about 13% of cases. 2,597 persons hospitalised (25% of total cases revealed), 286 persons died and 3,576 persons recovered for the last day. For the whole period of pandemic 1,307,
Watertown Daily Times Online
3-30-2021
Beaver Dam hospital to hold walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic
Marshfield Medical Center-Beaver Dam, 707 S. University Ave., will host a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Monday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or until all vaccinations
Henan Cargo Airlines
3-30-2021
Air Cargo Belgium, Brussels Airport launch BRUcure for Covid-19 vaccine
Air Cargo Belgium and Brussels Airport Company’s has launched dedicated Covid-19 vaccine taskforce, BRUcure readiness label. This label can be used by companies in the taskforce and indicates that a company is fully ready to transport,
Courier News
3-30-2021
State lawmakers reject bid to end coronavirus emergency
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers on Monday rejected an effort to end the emergency declared because of the coronavirus pandemic, allowing the governor to keep his emergency powers to curb
The Crescent-News
3-30-2021
Don't let COVID-19 stop you from seeking critical healthcare
Despite falling rates of COVID-19 cases, seeking in-person healthcare is still a concern for many people. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports 41% of U.S. adults
Carson Now
3-29-2021
Carson City, Quad County COVID-19 Saturday through Monday briefing
Carson City Health and Human Services reports for the period of Saturday, March 27 to Monday, March 29, 2021 there was 1 death, 61 new cases and 210 recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad County region. Saturday: 21 new cases and 79 recoveries For Saturday ...
Porterville Recorder
3-29-2021
COVID-19 update: Significant drop in active cases in county
Active cases dropped by 71 over the weekend. There are now 414 people in Tulare County who have tested positive for COVID-19. The health department also reported a relatively low increase in new cases over the weekend. The county reported 45 new cases over ...
DailyToreador.com
3-29-2021
City of Lubbock recaps weekend COVID-19 cases
The City of Lubbock confirmed nine new cases of COVID-19, three recoveries and no additional COVID-19-related deaths as of 4 p.m. on March 29.
Woodward News
3-29-2021
Area COVID-19 update
According to the Monday report from the Oklahoma State Department of Health, Woodward County has 80 active COVID-19 cases.
Fort Morgan Times
3-29-2021
Coronavirus vaccines are rolling out across the world. So why are CSU scientists still working to develop new ones?
At his lab in the shadow of the hogbacks west of Fort Collins, Ray Goodrich has never been busier. “Lots of progress has been made across the board!” he beamed. A little over a year ago, Goodrich
Rexburg Standard Journal
3-29-2021
Harman heads golf team one year after COVID-19 end to LDS mission
Brigham Harman moved into a barn behind his parent’s house. COVID-19-like symptoms had overcome him and he had to return to Sugar City after the Church of
WNKY
3-29-2021
Gov. Beshear: 40% of Kentucky adults have received a COVID-19 vaccine
On Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear announced more than 1.3 million Kentuckians have received at least their first dose of one of three highly effective COVID-19 vaccines. “We’ve now vaccinated about 40% of Kentucky adults – a really exciting milestone.
Gila Valley Central
3-29-2021
COVID-19 cases in Graham County down 59 percent in March
SAFFORD — While the number of people eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the number of active coronavirus cases in the Gila Valley continues to decline. Graham County Health Department reported just 15 new cases over the past seven days ...
KXII on MSN.com
3-29-2021
Grayson County’s first COVID-19 patient fully vaccinated
The first man to be hospitalized with COVID-19 in Grayson County is now fully vaccinated. Exactly one year ago today Esmaeil ‘Essi’ Babaahmadi was fighting for his life on a ventilator, in the hospital,
Chronicle Media
3-29-2021
COVID-19 positivity rate, hospitalizations continue to trend upward
COVID-19 hospitalizations and case positivity rates continued to trend upward Monday, leaving entry into a recently-announced “bridge” phase of reopening uncertain even as the percentage of seniors vaccinated continued to increase.
My Eagle News
3-29-2021
Two COVID-19 deaths in two days doubles county death toll
COVID-19 killed two Grant County residents in two days last week. On Thursday, the Grant County Health Department reported the COVID-19-related death of a 63-year-old Grant County woman with underlying conditions,
Cherokee Phoenix
3-29-2021
Contact tracing investment yields no COVID-19 insights, report finds
The state health department’s contact tracing “had no measurable impact on the pandemic” and data on transmissions was not timely or accessible to the public or local governments.
Pomeroy Daily Sentinel
3-29-2021
32 new cases reported… Latest COVID-19 data from Meigs, Mason, Gallia
On Monday, 32 new COVID-19 cases were reported from across the Ohio Valley Publishing readership area.The Ohio Department of Health rep
Superior Telegram
3-29-2021
What studies show about pregnancy, COVID-19 vaccines
The advisory committee found that one day after vaccination, local reactions in both study groups were similar. In nearly all cases, no significant differences in reactions were experienced, such as localized pain,
Watauga Democrat
3-29-2021
WCS to implement modified COVID-19 screening for students after new guidance
WATAUGA — Watauga County Schools will use a modified screening program for students after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending that schools do not perform daily COVID-19
Thomasville Times-Enterprise
3-29-2021
Thomas County records 22 new COVID-19 cases in last two weeks
The Georgia Department of Public Health reports there have been 3,484 COVID-19 positive tests in Thomas County, with 112 deaths. There also have been 341 people hospitalized because of the novel coronavirus since the inception of the outbreak. Thomas ...
KOAM News Now
3-29-2021
Oklahoma enters Phase 4 of COVID-19 vaccination plan
All adult Oklahomans are now eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Oklahoma entered Phase 4 on March 29, 2021.
Flagpole Magazine
3-29-2021
COVID-19 Levels Remain Low in Clarke County
The local pandemic outlook remains optimistic this week, as Clarke County COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations remain low. While Georgia still ranks near the bottom of all states for vaccination rates,
Bwog
3-29-2021
My Second-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Experience At The Javits Center
Though 24 hours of fever and chills isn’t exactly how I would choose to spend a day, it has been helpful to remember that I am doing my part to protect others from COVID-19 by dealing with the short-term side effects and symptoms of the vaccine.
KBJR 6
3-29-2021
Federal ban on renter evictions during COVID-19 pandemic is extended
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday moved to continue the pandemic-related protection, which had been scheduled to expire on Wednesday.
The Village Green
3-29-2021
Maplewood COVID-19 Update: 1,300 Total Cases; 196 So Far Through March 25
I want to thank our community for their continued efforts to fight against COVID-19. We’re getting close to the other side of this pandemic but we all must continue to do our part and be vigilant, to get vaccinated as appointments become available and ...
Sentinel Colorado
3-29-2021
WHO draft report says animals likely source of COVID-19
"We've got real concerns about the methodology and the process that went into that report, including the fact that the government in Beijing apparently helped to write it," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a recent CNN interview.
KMVT on MSN.com
3-29-2021
St. Luke’s Wood River Valley to participate in COVID-19 research project
The goal of the project is to answer key questions about the body’s immune response to the COVID-19 virus and vaccine.
KXL
3-29-2021
No New COVID-19 Deaths Reported In Oregon Monday
There are no new COVID-19 deaths reported in Oregon Monday. That keeps the state’s death toll at 2,375 people. The Oregon Health Authority also reports 217 new cases. The new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported today are in the following counties: Baker (3),
Parker Pioneer
3-29-2021
Downward trend in new coronavirus cases continues
The number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona continues to decline. Statewide, there were less than 4,000 new cases in the week ending March 27. This marked four weeks in a row the number of new cases has been below 10,000. The week saw the Parker Unified ...
KAWA
3-29-2021
WHO Report: Wildlife Farms, Not Market, Likely Source Of Coronavirus Pandemic
The highly anticipated World Health Organization report on the origins of the coronavirus that sparked a global pandemic is due out Tuesday. In an
KOTA TV on MSN.com
3-29-2021
South Dakota COVID-19 numbers for Monday
State health officials reported 5 new COVID-19 deaths in South Dakota on Monday, bringing the state’s total death toll to 1,933.
GoBlueRidge
3-29-2021
AppHealthCare Weekly COVID-19 Update March 14-20
AppHealthCare relesaed its weekly COVID-19 situation report Friday. In Watauga County, for the week of March 14-20, the number of new cases and the number of individuals in quarantine both increased slightly.
YourBasin
3-29-2021
More COVID-19 vaccines coming this week, DSHS announces
AUSTIN, Texas (Nexstar) – More doses of the Coronavirus are being shipped to the Permian Basin this week. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, more than 7,000 doses of the vaccine will be shipped to Midland County this week ...
New Canaan Advertiser
3-29-2021
Delaware's governor gets first shot of coronavirus vaccine
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Delaware Gov. John Carney has received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The Delaware State News reports that he got the shot on Sunday at Dover International Speedway. The vaccination event was for Delawareans 50 years old and ...
Devils Lake Journal on MSN.com
3-29-2021
USDA ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL COVID-19 ASSISTANCE FOR AGRICULTURE
NORTH DAKOTA- U.S. Department of Agriculture announced additional COVID-19 assistance utilizing $13 billion in agriculture funding North Dakota Senator John Hoeven secured in a year-end funding package.
Starherald.net
3-29-2021
Gov. Tate Reeves disputes state’s COVID-19 vaccine data
Gov. Tate Reeves, on national television on Friday, was confronted with two troubling statistics: Mississippi has fully vaccinated just 14% of the state’s residents and ranks 47th in the nation in administering the COVID-19 vaccines that the state has ...
thoroldnews
3-29-2021
St. Charles Elementary COVID-19 outbreak declared closed
NEWS RELEASE NIAGARA CATHOLIC ********************************* Niagara Region Public Health has closed the outbreak at St. Charles Catholic Elementary School, which was declared on March 16. All students and staff involved in the outbreak are not considered resolved and have returned to school and work.
Majorca Daily
3-29-2021
Coronavirus cases in Mallorca "clearly rising"
The Balearic government's chief coronavirus advisor, Marga Frontera, warned on Monday that cases were "clearly in the ascendant". She referred to figures from the weekend, which indicated a total number of 102 new cases, 43 relating to Sunday and 59 to ...
The Latrobe Bulletin
3-29-2021
Excela Health launches COVID-19 vaccine registry
Those seeking to make an appointment to receive a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination can now join Excela Health’s new vaccine waiting list regardless of the phase of Pennsylvania’s vaccine rollout pla
My MotherLode
3-29-2021
Pakistan launches anti-polio drive amid surge in coronavirus
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan on Monday launched a five-day vaccination campaign against polio despite facing another surge of coronavirus cases, the second anti-polio drive in 2021 as the country struggles to eradicate the crippling children’s disease.
WMOA
3-29-2021
March COVID-19 Update
MARIETTA, Ohio- Back on Friday, the number of COVID-19 Cases in Washington County was at 4,952. Since then, the number has grown by only 7 cases; 4,959 total as of Sunday at 2pm. 4,717 cases are presumed recovered leaving 242.
mia.mk
3-29-2021
Serbia vaccinates thousands from neighbor countries against Covid-19
Serbia vaccinated thousands of citizens from neighboring Bosnia-Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Croatia against Covid-19 over the weekend. On Saturday, 9,600 vaccinations were administered to foreigners from the region in the capital Belgrade,
Jackson Progress-Argus
3-29-2021
The Covid-19 war in the Trump White House
No longer working under the Trump administration, leading US health officials have revealed to CNN the challenges they faced during the nation's fight against Covid-19 over the past year, including
Eagle Radio 99.3 FM WSCH
3-29-2021
Ohio Opens COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility To Those 16 & Older
Today is the first day the COVID-19 vaccination is widely available in Ohio. Governor Mike DeWine has announced that Ohioans 16 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine under Phase 2D of the state’s vaccination program beginning .
documentedny
3-29-2021
Some NYC Bodegas Left Out of COVID-19 Recovery
Bodegas in high-income New York City neighborhoods have largely recovered, but others have suffered with customers out of work.
WXPR
3-29-2021
From One of the Worst to Among the Best: How Wisconsin's COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Turned Around
Wisconsin’s COVID-19 vaccination rollout got off to a slow start. At the end of January, data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed
Eagle Radio 99.3 FM WSCH
3-29-2021
High-Volume COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Coming To Brookville
A COVID-19 high-volume vaccination clinic is being launched in Franklin County. Reid Health and the Franklin County Health Department are partnering to bring the vaccination clinic to the American Legion Post 77 starting March 30.
Tennis
3-29-2021
WATCH: Fabio Fognini shares his COVID-19 pandemic experience
Forced to go away from the tennis court, every player tried to make the best of the situation, including Fabio Fognini. Italy suffered through one of the worst outbreaks around the world and Fognini was right in the middle.
The Lufkin Daily News
3-29-2021
The Latest: Pakistan imposes partial coronavirus lockdowns
ISLAMABAD — Pakistani authorities on Monday imposed a partial lockdown in several more high-risk areas in the capital, Islamabad, and elsewhere in the country after the positivity rate from coronaviru
Albany Herald
3-29-2021
Wildlife trade most likely pathway for coronavirus to arrive in Wuhan, WHO expert says
The wildlife trade in China is the most likely pathway through which Covid-19 was able to spread from the original animal source, possibly bats, to humans, according to one of the authors of a long-awaited World Health Organization report on the origin of ...
tiozambia
3-29-2021
Health Minister calls for the stop of politicking Covid-19 vaccine
By Ireen Mulenga Minister of Health Jonas Chanda has appealed to politicians to desist from politicking about the Covid-19 Vaccine and stop misleading the general public. Speaking in an interview,
Cover Media on MSN.com
3-29-2021
Pregnant Karolina Kurkova details 'scary' Covid-19 diagnosis
Provided by Cover Media Karolina Kurkova . Karolina Kurkova has detailed her "scary" Covid-19 diagnosis while pregnant. Back in December, the 37-year-old Czech supermodel annou
The Daily Mississippian
3-29-2021
COVID-19 cases decline in Lafayette County
While Gov. Tate Reeves and the Oxford Board of Aldermen decided to lift statewide and local mask mandates on March
Metropolis Planet
3-29-2021
Neely conducts COVID-19 vaccination site visit on SCC campus
The Shawnee Community College helipad is used occasionally by medical personnel when significant medical intervention is needed quickly.
thenewsnigeria.com.ng
3-29-2021
COVID-19: Lagos leads as Nigeria vaccinates over 500,000 people
Nigeria commenced vaccination since March 5, first with healthcare workers who are mostly at risk of infections being the first responders.
Gazette-Virginian
3-29-2021
Mobile unit brings COVID-19 shots to Halifax County
Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) has been providing COVID-19 vaccines to surrounding areas with the use of their mobile unit, and on Wednesday,
UFC
3-28-2021
Dana White shares update on Alexander Volkanovski following UFC 260 withdrawal due to COVID-19
UFC president Dana White shared an update on UFC featherweight champ Alexander Volkanovski following his UFC 260 withdrawal due to COVID-19. Volkanovski was originally set to fight Brian Ortega in a featherweight title defense as the co-main event of UFC ...
The Charlotte Post
3-28-2021
Long-term care facility COVID-19 restrictions lifted in North Carolina
As the rate of COVID-19 infections have dropped in long-term care facilities like nursing homes, North Carolina is removing restrictions on visits. Phil Wells and his siblings visited his 93-year-old mother every weekend.
WFLX on MSN.com
3-28-2021
Man recovers from COVID-19, about to celebrate his 101st birthday
A senior Lake Worth man was diagnosed with the coronavirus before his 101th birthday but was able to beat it. Felix Antonio De Leon tells me he's blessed to have lived this long and survived the coronavirus.
Daily Targum
3-28-2021
Murphy expands coronavirus vaccine eligibility to those 55 or older, more essential workers
All New Jerseyans age 55 and older and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities age 16 and older will be eligible for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine starting April 5, said Gov.
NBC 5 on MSN.com
3-28-2021
COVID-19 cases force Plattsburgh High School to move to remote learning
Plattsburgh High School is moving to remote learning this week. School officials said the move is the result of a number of confirmed COVID-19 cases with several students in quarantine. The school district said that based on contact tracing infections occurred outside of the school setting.
manchesterinklink
3-28-2021
March 28 NH DHHS COVID-19 update: 301 positive results with 23 in Manchester; 2 deaths reported
Several cases are still under investigation. Additional information from ongoing investigations will be incorporated into future COVID-19 updates. Of those with complete information, there are 33 individuals under the age of 18 and the rest are adults with ...
Villages-News
3-28-2021
Close to 5,000 new COVID-19 cases as Florida drops eligible vaccine age to 40
Florida opens COVID-19 vaccines up to people age 40 and above, the Sunshine State reported just under 5,000 new cases of the deadly virus and 36 more deaths.
WKDZ
3-28-2021
Kentucky Reports More Than 300 New COVID-19 Cases
Kentucky reported more than 300 new COVID-19 cases Sunday afternoon, with a slight increase in the state positivity rate. According to Governor Andy Beshear Kentucky added 361 new COVID-19 cases Sunday afternoon,
InDepthNH
3-28-2021
2 New COVID-19 Deaths Sunday Totaling 1,237 in NH; 76 in Hospital
The state Department of Health and Human Services announced 301 new positive test results for COVID-19 and two new deaths Sunday, for a current PCR test positivity rate of 2.9%.
The Tifton Gazette
3-28-2021
Tift reports four new COVID-19 cases
TIFTON – Tift County has reported four new COVID-19 cases since Thursday, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health Sunday.
Pine Journal
3-28-2021
53 Northland COVID-19 cases Sunday after two-day marked increase
After two days of over 100 new cases of COVID-19 in the 10-county region that makes up the Northland, new cases fell to 53 on Sunday. Every county, except Cook, saw small increases in new cases from 1 to 25, according reports from the Minnesota Department ...
WDKY Fox 56
3-28-2021
Wild Health offers COVID-19 testing during vaccination clinic
As COVID-19 vaccination efforts ramp up, experts warn that testing shouldn’t slow down. Dr. Luke Murray with Wild Health believes everyone should get tested the same day they get the vaccine. That’s why Wild Health is offering both at pop-up clinics.
Big Rapids Pioneer
3-28-2021
8 youths in Alaska develop syndrome associated with COVID-19
Eight youths from Alaska have developed a serious inflammatory syndrome from previous coronavirus infections, state health officials said in a report. The report released on Friday said some of the eight youths ended up in the pediatric intensive care unit with severe complications.
Dailypedia on MSN.com
3-28-2021
#AbolishIATF starts on social media as Senators Sotto, Marcos call for admin to abolish year-old lead task force on COVID-19
With the country in shambles barely two months after attempting to re-open the economy, netizens are now calling on the Duterte administration to abolish the National Task Force for COVID-19 (NTF), better known as the IATF—and they have two senators backing them up.
Alabama News Network
3-28-2021
Alabama School Dashboard Shows Fewer Than 200 COVID-19 Cases in Public Schools
The Alabama Department of Public Health has released a new school dashboard of coronavirus cases as of March 26. The latest report shows a continuing drop in cases, although several systems did not report due to spring break.
WCLO
3-28-2021
COVID-19 vaccination registration page cancelled
The Rock County Public Health Department is removing the vaccine registration forms from its website. Officials say after reviewing other vaccine registration systems now in place, it has been determi
yourvalley.net
3-28-2021
New weekly coronavirus cases in Litchfield Park up by 25
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of coronavirus cases in Litchfield Park 85340 was 3,709 as of Sunday, March 28, an increase of 25 new cases over the week and one cases overnight. To Our Valued Readers – Visitors to our ...
El Paso Inc
3-28-2021
Texas opens COVID-19 vaccine to all adults March 29
Everyone ages 16 and up will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Texas regardless of occupation or health status starting on Monday, March 29, state health officials said last week. The Texas Department of State Health Services is still asking ...
Pekin Daily Times
3-28-2021
Tazewell County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 17% people fully vaccinated
Tazewell County has administered more than 57,099 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, as of March 22, according to data from the Illinois Department of Public Health. That's up 10% from the previous week's tally of 51,919 COVID-19 doses administered. In ...
Bring Me The News
3-28-2021
Here is Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Sunday, March 28
Sunday's COVID update from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) includes 1,227 new cases and five new deaths. The five new deaths increases the state's death toll to (6,830) over the course of the pandemic.
Daily Globe
3-28-2021
Jackson County adds 12 new COVID-19 cases
REGIONAL — Jackson County recorded 12 new confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19 during the 24-hour reporting period that ended at 4 p.m. Saturday. Cottonwood, Murray and Nobles counties, meanwhile,
SUCH TV
3-28-2021
PM Imran Khan appeals to people to avoid gatherings amid third coronavirus wave
Prime Minister Imran Khan has appealed to the people to avoid gatherings of any sort as the country grapples with an intensifying third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. "I exercised precaution for a whole year. I never went to any wedding or even to a ...
San Diego Community News
3-28-2021
COVID-19 vaccination clinics to open at SDSU, Mexican Consulate
Two new COVID-19 vaccination clinics are opening in the region and will take measures to focus on people in communities hit hardest by the pandemic. A walk-up clinic will be administering vaccines from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays at ...
Perham Focus
3-28-2021
With COVID-19, shame reduces cooperation
Study explores public health skepticism. Similar issues arise in Minnesota Senate effort to limit contact tracing.
The Times of Islamabad
3-28-2021
Important decisions taken over lockdown in NCOC meeting chaired by Asad Umar
The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Sunday imposed complete ban on all types of gatherings including social, cultural, political,
Daily Iberian
3-28-2021
Rising costs during COVID-19 leaves Iberia Homeless Shelter in need of donations
As the freezing weather was almost upon New Iberia earlier this year, Stephen Etienne, Director of the Iberia Homeless Shelter, and his wife drove around the parish, night after night,
bcdemocrat.com
3-28-2021
The Latest: Albania starts mass COVID-19 vaccinations
Albania has started a mass inoculation campaign ahead of the summer tourism season after acquiring 192,000 doses of Chinese coronavirus vaccine Sinovac earlier this week
KVOE
3-28-2021
CORONAVIRUS: State amends travel quarantine list
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has adjusted its travel quarantine list, adding three states and two countries while removing a country from its previous list. Delaware, Michigan and Rhode Island join New Jersey and New York on the list ...
Fox 44 Waco News
3-28-2021
Did COVID-19 stress, uncertainty stall anti-smoking push?
Anti-smoking advocates are warning that the stress and disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic may have slowed efforts to get more Americans to quit in 2020. (AP Photo/Dave Martin) WASHINGTON (AP) — A year after COVID-19 upended life for millions of ...
panow.com
3-28-2021
The need for speed: How Canada approved five vaccines for COVID-19 in under a year
In the last four years, Health Canada has approved more than 1,500 new or updated pharmaceuticals. Ten of them are vaccines. Five of those are for COVID-19. Dr. Supriya Sharma, the chief medical adviser at Health Canada helping oversee the review process,
The Daily News Online
3-28-2021
Oak Orchard Health awarded $3.7m for COVID-19 fight, center expansions
BROCKPORT - Oak Orchard Health, which has centers in Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming counties, will receive more than $3.7 million in funding from the American Rescue Plan Act to respond
Herald-Banner
3-28-2021
COVID-19 vaccinations in county top 8,000
More than 8,000 Hunt County residents have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as several hundred shots were administered during the past week. However, the latest statistics released by the Texas Department of State Health Services continue to show ...
The Herald-Palladium
3-28-2021
Coronavirus UK variant now in Allegan County
ALLEGAN — Allegan County Health Department recorded its first COVID-19 Variant B.1.1.7 case this past week. The individual was identified as a middle-aged, Allegan County resident with no known travel history, according to a health department news release.
thedubrovniktimes.com
3-28-2021
Serbia's surplus of Covid-19 vaccines helping neighbouring countries in pandemic fight
Thousands of citizens from neighbouring countries have flocked to Belgrade after Serbian authorities offered foreigners free coronavirus vaccinations over the weekend, according to the Associated Press.
PNG Facts
3-28-2021
Six new COVID-19 deaths on Friday 26 March – PNG total deaths now at 45
Papua New Guinea has recorded six new COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours to 12 noon on Friday 26 March, increasing the country’s total
1tv
3-28-2021
Georgia reports 490 coronavirus cases, 219 recoveries, 8 deaths
Georgia reported 490 coronavirus cases, 219 recoveries, and 8 deaths on Saturday, the official figures show. Georgian capital Tbilisi recorded the highest number of 256 Covid-19 cases within the last 24 hours,
The Altamont Enterprise
3-28-2021
County’s COVID-19 death toll rises to 366
With vaccination ramping up, there is a nationwide slowdown in COVID-19 testing. “COVID-19 tests are available and we need people to continue to be tested as we strive to get more people vaccinated,” said Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy.
Lebanon Express
3-28-2021
Linn County man is Oregon's 2,374th COVID-19 death
A Linn County man was one of Oregon’s newest COVID-19-related deaths reported by the Oregon Health Authority on Saturday. The 81-year-old man tested positive on March 14 and died March 26 at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center in Tualatin. That death ...
Ironton Tribune
3-28-2021
COVID-19 decline plateauing in Ohio
COLUMBUS — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says that COVID-19 cases in the state are beginning to plateau. “Cases were dropping and have leveled out,” he said. In 24 hours before the governor’s news conference Thursday, the Ohio Department of Health reported ...
KRCG Columbia/Jefferson City on MSN.com
3-27-2021
FEMA to pay COVID-19 related funeral expenses
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is looking to ease the financial burden of losing a loved one to COVID-19. FEMA officials said they will soon provide financial assistance for COVID-19 related funeral expenses that occurred anytime after January 20,
southjerseylocalnews.com
3-27-2021
Burlington County Health Director responds to uptick in COVID-19 risk
WESTAMPTON >> Burlington County Health Department Director Dr. Herb Conaway called for renewed vigilance by county residents about mask wearing and social distancing in the wake of an uptick in
WSGW
3-27-2021
Renewed concern over COVID-19 trajectory, even as vaccinations rise
U.S. sees uptick in COVID-19 cases despite increased vaccine supply. There are renewed concerns that the trajectory of COVID-19 cases in the U.S is moving in the
Messenger-News.com
3-27-2021
Update on Spread of Coronavirus – March 26
Even though it appears the health care industry has turned the corner on the disease, new variants of the virus are continually being found which indicate COVID-19 is – unfortunately – not going away any time soon.
The Tribune-Democrat
3-27-2021
“We Are All in This Together” compares 1918 flu, COVID-19 pandemics
And, in 2020 and 2021, history has repeated itself during the COVID-19 pandemic that has taken the lives of more than 400 Cambria County residents and approximately 550,000 people across the country. In an effort to show the similarities, while encouraging ...
NewsLincolnCounty.com
3-27-2021
Oregon reports 426 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 2 new deaths
There are two new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,375, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today. Oregon Health Authority reported 426 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.
Santa Clarita Radio News
3-27-2021
Public Health Warns Public Of Potential COVID-19 Spread During Spring Break, Religious Holidays
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) officials warn public of potential COVID-19 transmission during large gatherings or travel for spring break or religious holiday celebrations In a statement Saturday, the LADPH expressed concern over a ...
Winchester Sun
3-27-2021
Kentucky coronavirus death toll reaches 6,000
Six thousand Kentuckians have now lost their lives due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kentucky Department for Public Health reported on Friday. Twenty-seven more deaths were reported from local health departments on Friday,
Sterling Journal-Advocate
3-27-2021
Logan County sees fewer restrictions with move to Level Green on state COVID-19 Dial
Logan County is no longer under state COVID-19 regulations when it comes to personal gathering size and capacity limits in restaurants, non-critical manufacturing operations, gyms and fitness
Culpepper Star Exponent
3-27-2021
Lives and families forever changed by coronavirus
She goes back to Thanksgiving, when she and David both were feeling a little off. Neither suspected COVID-19, but they went to Mary Washington Hospital because he had fallen several times and she wanted to make sure he hadn’t broken anything. When tests ...
Wrestling News
3-27-2021
News On How MLW Handles COVID-19 Safety At Their TV Tapings
According to a report from Fightful, all MLW talent are tested for COVID-19 as soon as they arrive to the building for the TV tapings. They are also tested when they leave the tapings. In 2020, MLW announced a new COVID-19 compliance officer and their staff underwent COVID-19 training.
icirnigeria
3-27-2021
Nigerian govt raises alarm over fake COVID-19 vaccines
We need your support to produce excellent journalism at all times. Support the ICIR THE Nigerian government has alerted its health authorities to the importation of fake COVID-19 vaccines from China to Africa.
Port City Daily
3-27-2021
Checking in with tri-county schools: New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender report Covid-19 case counts
New Hanover County Schools reported the same number of Covid-19 cases this week as it did last Friday. Twenty-three people reported their positive test results to the school
WIBX
3-27-2021
Oneida and Herkimer COVID-19 Numbers for Saturday, March 27
COVID-19 numbers in Herkimer and Oneida County continue to remain steady with new testing numbers released on Saturday. There were no new COVID deaths reported by the Oneida or Herkimer County Health Departments.
Fox21 Online
3-27-2021
Third COVID-19 Variant Detected in Wisconsin
The first Wisconsin case of a potentially more severe COVID-19 variant known that originated in Brazil was confirmed Friday by the state Department of Health Services. The variant known as the P.1 is believed to spread more rapidly and easily than the original strain of COVID-19.
Fairfield Citizen
3-27-2021
Nevada reports 302 additional COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths
Nevada on Saturday reported 302 additional confirmed COVID-19 case and 10 more deaths, increasing the state's pandemic totals increased to 302,918 cases and 5,236 deaths. Meanwhile, seven-day rolling averages of daily new cases and daily deaths both dropped over the past two weeks,
Trumbull Times
3-27-2021
Wyoming deaths up significantly in 2020, COVID-19 a factor
The number of deaths in Wyoming increased significantly in 2020 over the previous year and state authorities say COVID-19 was a key factor in the increase. The Wyoming Department of Health documented 5,
Martinsville Bulletin
3-27-2021
COVID-19 impact in the region reaches 11,000 cases
There now have been more than 11,000 residents of the West Piedmont Health District who have been infected with COVID-19. That plateau was reached by 5 p.m. Friday, when 31 new cases were reported by the Virginia Department of Health,
Marshfield News Herald
3-27-2021
Almost 1 million in Wisconsin fully vaccinated against COVID-19; state reports 450 new cases, 1 death
As of Saturday, at least 978,416 residents have completed the COVID-19 vaccine series, meaning they received both doses of a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or one Johnson & Johnson shot, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. The state is ...
The People's Voice
3-27-2021
Carvativir Tests For COVID-19: A Traditional Herb Created By Catholic Holy Doctors Criticized By World Health Experts
Link: https://voi.id/en/news/29130/carvativir-tests-for-covid-19-a-traditional-herb-created-by-catholic-holy-doctors-criticized-by-world-health-experts Carvativir liquid was a magic drop that Jose Gregorio Hernandez made, a 19th-century Venezuelan doctor ...
WEAU on MSN.com
3-27-2021
WI DHS: 17% of Wisconsinites have completed COVID-19 vaccine series
About one in eight COVID-19 tests came back positive in Wisconsin in the last 24 hours according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services on Saturday. The state reports an increase of 450 positive tests making the total of COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic 575,
The Morning Sun
3-27-2021
New coronavirus cases in Michigan again top 4,500
Michigan now has had more than 650,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the arrival of the pandemic. The state reported 4,670 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, also adding 22 to the confirmed death toll, which reached 16,026. Counting the probable cases ...
morganton.com
3-27-2021
32 new COVID-19 cases reported in Burke
Things are looking up in Burke and the state when it comes to COVID-19 cases, with another nursing home in the county being removed from a list of outbreaks.
Brookings Register
3-27-2021
24 new COVID-19 cases in Brookings Co. Saturday, March 27
The state is reporting 255 new COVID-19 cases and five new deaths in South Dakota Saturday. Twenty-four of the new cases are in Brookings County.
Magnolia State Live
3-27-2021
Mississippi’s new coronavirus cases at lowest level since May ’20
As the nation’s health experts urged Americans to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 coronavirus as soon as they can, Mississippi’s daily average of new coronavirus cases dropped again Saturday with the latest data released by the state.
the961
3-27-2021
Lebanon Records 2,957 New COVID-19 Cases & 45 Deaths
Lebanon recorded 2,957 new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases on Saturday, the Lebanese Health Ministry said in its daily report on the outbreak.
Wadena Pioneer Journal
3-27-2021
Minnesota reports 1,744 new COVID-19 cases Saturday
Minnesota health officials reported 1,744 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths on Saturday, March 27. The people who died from COVID-19 and its complications ranged in age from early 70s to early 90s, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
exit
3-27-2021
Albania COVID-19 Update 27 March: 12 Deaths, 425 Infections, 320 Recoveries
Twelve people infected with COVID-19 have died in the last 24 hours, bringing the death toll to 2,192. The victims’ age varies between 64 and 83. There were 425 new cases today, while total cases have amounted to 123,
Willmar Radio
3-27-2021
Saturday's figures show Stearns County remains a COVID-19 hot spot
(St. Cloud MN-) The Minnesota Department of Health Saturday reported 1744 additional cases of COVID-19 and 4 more deaths. The state's death toll is now at 6825, and since the pandemic began a little over a year ago, Minnesota has had nearly 514,000 cases ...
christianitydaily.com
3-27-2021
Data From China Reveals Original COVID-19 Hot Spot Was A Residential Area Between Two Chinese Institutions
Contrary to the narrative that COVID-19 broke out in the Chinese markets of Wuhan, new data reveals that one hot spot was a residential area situated close to two bio laboratories.
Hattiesburg-Laurel WDAM-TV on MSN.com
3-27-2021
MSDH: New daily COVID-19 cases top just more than 200
The latest daily count of new COVID-19 cases in Mississippi came in at just more than 200. The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 210 new coronavirus cases and two new deaths Saturday. The two deaths were reported between March 25-March 26.
ABC6
3-27-2021
RI announces 1,000 additional COVID-19 vaccination appointments in South County
Governor Dan McKee and the Rhode Island Department of Health announced an additional 1,000 COVID-19 vaccination appointments. The appointments will be posted on vaccinateRI.org at 5 p.m. Saturday. The Department of Health said the appointment slots will be available for the state-run clinic in West Kingston at 132 Fairgrounds Road for this upcoming Monday.
WAGMTV on MSN.com
3-27-2021
Maine CDC reports 210 new COVID-19 cases, five new deaths
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting 210 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and 5 new deaths. The number of Mainers with COVID-19 who have died is now 736. The 210 new cases bring the total since the beginning of the outbreak to 49,
JG-TC
3-27-2021
Mattoon school district nurses adapt during COVID-19 pandemic
Pictured, from the left, are Mattoon school district nurses Ciara Hayes and Marletta Bolin on March 18 in Bolin's office at Mattoon HIgh School, where COVID-19 rapid test kits are on the counter between them.
TheNewsCenter on MSN.com
3-27-2021
3 additonal COVID-19 deaths in W.Va.
DHHR has confirmed the deaths of an 82-year old male from Monongalia County, a 78-year old male from Berkeley County, and a 63-year old male from Marion County. “With much respect and sorrow, we remember each of these West Virginians who have passed,
My Buckhannon
3-27-2021
Latest COVID-19 surge in West Virginia intensifies with 566 new cases Saturday
This free update is made possible by Bacteria Busters, a Buckhannon-based business that is committed to keeping West Virginians safe by offering affordable, hospital-grade flu and COVID-19 disinfection solutions for both residential and commercial customers.
Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise
3-27-2021
COVID-19 spread declines in Washington County and statewide, officials say
The spread of the COVID-19 virus is declining significantly in Washington County, with the risk alert level dropping to yellow indicating low risk for the first time in months, health officials say. "We're definitely trending in the right direction.
thenewsmill
3-27-2021
36 students at Tinsukia girl’s school hostel test positive for COVID-19
As many as 36 students of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya in Tinsukia district of Assam, tested positive for COVID-19 on March 26 night. The girl students were boarders of the school hostel, located at Bordubi in Tinsukia.
CFJC Today Kamloops
3-27-2021
Canadian Blood Services says donations from those who have had COVID-19 are safe
Canadian Blood Services is reassuring the public that blood donated by anyone who has had COVID-19 or who has been vaccinated is safe. “Given that COVID is a respiratory virus, there’s no impact to the blood as far as transmission to a patient.
Sentinel Echo
3-27-2021
Gov. Beshear: Kentucky’s COVID-19 Vaccination Pace Continues to Accelerate
Gov. Andy Beshear announced the pace of Kentucky’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts continues to accelerate. “As of today, we’re right at 1.25 million Kentuckians who have received at least their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
New Milford Spectrum
3-27-2021
Indian cricket great Tendulkar tests positive for COVID-19
Indian cricket great Sachin Tendulkar has tested positive for the coronavirus and is quarantining at home. The 47-year-old Tendulkar, test cricket’s all time leading run-scorer, reported Saturday that he tested positive “following mild symptoms.
The Herald Bulletin
3-27-2021
Doctors, sufferers reflect on lasting effects of COVID-19
The three are part of a larger global community of COVID-19 “long-haulers,” a medically classified term describing men and women who were diagnosed with COVID-19 but did not recover in the typical two- to four-week timeframe.
San Jose Inside
3-27-2021
Measuring a Year of Covid-19
From layoffs to testing, the Covid-19 pandemic had dramatic ripple effects on almost every part of life in Silicon Valley and the country.
WGAU
3-27-2021
5,000 attend rock concert in Barcelona after COVID-19 screen
Five thousand music lovers are set to attend a rock concert in Barcelona after passing a COVID-19 screening, to test its effectiveness in preventing outbreaks at large cultural events
Corsicana Daily Sun
3-27-2021
Navarro County vaccinates over 6K for COVID-19
Texas providers have given 10 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, with more than 3 million Texans now fully vaccinated. The Department of State Health Services estimates 11,837 Navarro County’s
cityspidey
3-27-2021
Sachin Tendulkar tests positive for coronavirus
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has tested positive for coronavirus. Reportedly, he had been experiencing mild symptoms. On Saturday morning, Tendulkar took to Twitter to share the news. He shared a post that said,
Original 106
3-27-2021
COVID-19: Boris Johnson says England still on course for 'roadmap to freedom' - but warns of Europe's third wave
He said there were still unanswered questions about the impact of a third coronavirus wave from Europe, as he said "bitter experience" had shown a wave like the one in Europe would hit the UK "three weeks later". Mr Johnson added: "The question is - is it ...
Original 106
3-27-2021
COVID-19: England still on course for 'roadmap to freedom' out of lockdown, says PM
He said there were still unanswered questions about the impact of a third coronavirus wave from Europe, as he said "bitter experience" had shown a wave like the one in Europe would hit the UK "three weeks later". Mr Johnson added: "The question is - is it ...
The Register Citizen
3-27-2021
Foreigners flock to Serbia for coronavirus jabs
People wait in line to receive a dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine at Belgrade Fair makeshift vaccination center in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Thousands of vaccine-seekers from countries neighboring Serbia flocked to Belgrade on Saturday after Serbian authorities offered free coronavirus jabs for foreigners if they show up over the weekend.
Islander News
3-27-2021
COVID-19 testing will need to continue "forever"
Michael Osterholm, Director of the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy director said this week he believes people with COVID-19 symptoms will need to be tested
KSAL
3-27-2021
COVID-19 Aid Released and Expanded to Include More Producers
USDA announced today its plans to distribute more than $12 billion under a program called Pandemic Assistance for Producers, which includes aid that had been put on hold as well as funds newly allocated in the Consolidated Appropriations Act.
milwaukeeindependent
3-27-2021
Investigation finds retailers distributing COVID-19 vaccinations added requirements violating CDC policy
The original justification for proof-of-residency and ID requirements to get a COVID-19 vaccination were supposed to stop so-called “Vaccine Tourists” who sought access in other states that had better public distribution channels.
Shelby News
3-27-2021
Listen to workers on COVID-19
We have seen the havoc that COVID-19 can wreak in the workplace. And we know that when workplaces become coronavirus hot spots, the virus spreads to our neighborhoods and communities. That’s why making our workplaces safer is crucial to keeping all of us ...
nationthailand
3-27-2021
Beware of fake claims on Covid-19 vaccination, ministry warns
The Ministry of Public Health has warned people not to participate in any Line group claiming that it could reserve and provide Covid-19 vaccine in addition to the ministry’s official group “Mor Phrom” (doctors ready).
Cricket365 on MSN.com
3-27-2021
India great Sachin Tendulkar says he has tested positive for coronavirus
Former India captain Sachin Tendulkar has tested positive for Covid-19. The 47-year-old, who is Test cricket’s all time leading run-scorer with 15,921, said he is suffering only mild symptoms and is quarantining at home.
KSWO ABC 7 News
3-27-2021
ONE YEAR LATER: Friday marks one year since the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Comanche County
Researchers in the U.S. and abroad are beginning to test younger and younger kids to make sure COVID-19 vaccines are safe and work for each age. 1401 SE 60th Street Lawton, OK 73501 (580) 355-7000
Titusville Herald
3-27-2021
Business owner guilty of $2M in coronavirus relief fraud
MIAMI (AP) — A Florida business owner has been convicted of illegally receiving more than $2 million in coronavirus relief funds. A federal jury in Fort Myers found Casey David Crowther, 35, guilty Friday of bank fraud, making a false statement to a ...
Sunday Dispatch
3-27-2021
Wilkes-Barre ZIP code 18704 surging in new COVID-19 cases
As the number of new COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Luzerne County, the Kingston ZIP Code of 18704 surged to the top of new cases by code, reporting 71 new cases in the last seven days
mayfield-messenger
3-27-2021
Health official asks for vigilance against COVID-19
Local cases of COVID-19 have been waning since the middle of January, bringing a much needed break from the intensity of 2020. But while cases may be down, a local health official said the virus is still here and asked for residents to stay strong.
News Channel Nebraska
3-27-2021
Record Covid-19 vaccinations don't mean it's time to relax, officials say
By Susannah Cullinane Health officials are warning Americans not to relax in the fight against Covid-19, despite a record daily number of vaccine doses being administered to the population.
countryman
3-27-2021
Latest snapshot of the coronavirus impact
Australia's medicines regulator and possibly the Australian Electoral Commission are looking at whether any laws have been breached by Clive Palmer distributing a flyer questioning the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. * A moratorium on residential evictions in ...
Telegraph Herald
3-27-2021
Dubuque health center secures $2 million in federal funds to battle COVID-19
A Dubuque health center has been awarded more than $2 million in federal funds that will aid ongoing efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Malaysia Sun
3-27-2021
Prayed to Maa Kali to free human race from COVID-19: Modi
Dhaka [Bangladesh], March 27 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday offered prayers at the Jeshoreshwari Kali Temple wherein he prayed for the human race to get rid of COVID-19 as early as possible. "Today, I got the opportunity to visit this ...
nationthailand
3-27-2021
Man who had visited Bangkok hotspot succumbs as 80 new Covid-19 cases reported
A 45-year-old man in Nakhon Pathom province with diabetes became the 93rd fatality since the outbreak. He had visited the Covid-19 hotspot Bang Khae district in Bangkok and died on March 25. Of the seven overseas travellers who tested positive in quarantine facilities,
Leader-News
3-27-2021
COVID-19 vaccines distributed locally
Hundreds of doses of COVID-19 vaccines were available in El Campo this week and more are planned for distribution Monday in Bay City, one of the sites that Wharton County
The Daily Gamecock
3-26-2021
COVID-19 dashboard update: COVID-19 cases increase to 98 active cases
The updated COVID-19 dashboard reports a total of 98 active COVID-19 cases. Of the total cases, 89 are student cases and 9 are employee cases. The number of cases has increased since the 65 cases reported on Tuesday.
Conroe
3-26-2021
Delaware governor to get COVID-19 vaccine
Delaware Gov. John Carney plans to get the COVID-19 vaccine this weekend. The 64-year-old Democrat plans to receive his first dose of the Moderna vaccine at a state vaccination event Sunday at Dover International Speedway.
IFiberOne News
3-26-2021
8 COVID-19 cases reported Friday in Grant County
MOSES LAKE - The health district is reporting eight COVID-19 cases on Friday in Grant County. The cases include residents of Moses Lake and Quincy, according to the health district. Grant County is at 9,306 confirmed cases during the pandemic. There are ...
delawarebusinessnow.com
3-26-2021
Delaware Covid-19 cases increase as more variants are detected
Delaware is seeing a rising number Covid-19 cases as well as British, South African, New York and even California variants of the virus In the weekly report from the Delaware Division of Public Health,.atotal of 93,325 positive cases of Covid-19 among ...
benitolink
3-26-2021
OptumServe to provide COVID-19 vaccinations
San Benito County Public Health Services is partnering with OptumServe to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to community members that live and/or work in San Benito County, expanding access to the vaccine. According to a recent release,
Lompoc Record
3-26-2021
Lompoc elementary school reports COVID-19 outbreak, shuts down until April 12
La Cañada Elementary School in Lompoc is closing its campus for 14 days following a COVID-19 outbreak, according to a notice posted on the school's website.
Ruidoso News
3-26-2021
New Mexico governor gets first COVID-19 shot as state expands vaccine eligibility
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state expands eligibility to residents 60 and over.
County News Center
3-26-2021
3 More COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Coming to San Diego
Starting March 30, vaccinations will be administered from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, at the Mountain View Educational Cultural Complex, 4343 Ocean Boulevard in Southeastern San Diego.
Cowboy State Daily
3-26-2021
116 New Coronavirus Cases In Wyoming Friday; 44 Active
The state reported 116 new laboratory-confirmed and 10 new probable cases, leaving Wyoming with 478 active cases, up 44 from Thursday.
KY3 on MSN.com
3-26-2021
Arkansas reports 12 new COVID-19 deaths, active cases shrink
Arkansas reported 12 new COVID-19 deaths Friday as the state’s active virus cases and hospitalizations continued to decline.
WFLX
3-26-2021
Some Fla. teens will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine next month
Gov. Ron DeSantis will allow certain teenagers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, but it comes with a caveat. An executive order issued by the governor late Friday states that, effective April 5, "all Floridians shall be eligible to receive any COVID-19 ...
Ridgecrest Daily Independent
3-26-2021
Complaint alleges Ridgecrest hospital housed COVID-19 positive with negative patient
Ridgecrest Regional Hospital staff were also accused of not wearing the appropriate PPE while screening potentially infectious ER patients.
Edwardsville Intelligencer
3-26-2021
McMaster opens COVID-19 vaccination to all in South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has opened up COVID-19 vaccination to all state residents age 16 and older, saying Friday that they could begin scheduling appointments next week and receive the vaccine starting March 31.
KASU
3-26-2021
Nearly Half Of States Will Make All Adults COVID-19 Vaccine Eligible By April 15
Officials said Friday that 46 states and Washington, D.C., have announced plans to expand eligibility to all adults by President Biden's May 1 deadline, with many set to do so in the coming weeks.
West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce WFLX-TV on MSN.com
3-26-2021
Palm Beach County to launch new COVID-19 vaccine appointment website
TV wflx . In just hours, there will be a new way to book appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine in Palm Beach County. The Health Care
Wisconsin-Platteville Exponent
3-26-2021
The COVID-19 Vaccine: What to Know
According to the Lancet, “On March 11, 2020, WHO [World Health Organization] declared the SARS-CoV-2 [COVID-19] outbreak in China to be a pandemic.” Now, in 2021, Americans are still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic,
NBC15 on MSN.com
3-26-2021
First known case of Brazilian COVID-19 variant discovered in Wisconsin
A new COVID-19 variant has been discovered in Wisconsin Friday, officially marking all three known COVID-19 variants being present in the Badger State.
Times Tribune
3-26-2021
GUEST COLUMN: Consider Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine to Protect Yourself, Your Family and Your Community
As a community, it is our duty to do whatever we can to keep each other safe. This has never been truer as the COVID-19 pandemic continues – especially since COVID-19-related deaths are currently the third highest cause of death in Kentucky, according to ...
My Fox 47
3-26-2021
Minnesota reports 1,714 more COVID-19 cases, 7 more deaths
ST. PAUL, Minn. (KTTC) — The Minnesota Department of Health reported in its update on Friday that another 1,714 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the state. The cases were tested through a combination of PCR and antigen tests. Seventeen of the ...
Lab Manager
3-26-2021
Glycans Are Crucial in COVID-19 Infection, Research Finds
A research group at the RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS) has found that glycans—sugar molecules—play an important role in the structural changes that take place when the virus which causes COVID-19 invades human cells. Their discovery ...
WUFT
3-26-2021
Gainesville Students Over 18 Will Be Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine April 5
Alachua County launched a rental relief program on Monday and is now accepting applications until Sept. 30.
Daily Journal Online
3-26-2021
Shots in little arms: COVID-19 vaccine testing turns to kids. Plus, today's latest virus news.
Researchers in the U.S. and abroad are beginning to test younger and younger kids to make sure COVID-19 vaccines are safe and work for each age. Here's the latest.
Huron Daily Tribune
3-26-2021
Serbia vaccinates migrants amid surge in COVID-19 cases
He was among the first to roll up his sleeve for a COVID-19 shot on Friday as Serbia became the first European country to vaccinate people living in its refugee camps and asylum centers, according to United Nations officials.
Upstream
3-26-2021
Norway's oil minister diagnosed with Covid-19
Norway's Minister of, Tina Bru, has been diagnosed with Covid-19, along with her son and husband, she wrote on her Facebook page on Friday. "We are all feeling relatively well, and we obviously hope it will continue that way,
cochranenow
3-26-2021
Veteran Hunters awarded $50,000 in COVID-19 community funding
Veteran Hunters has been awarded a $50,000 grant through the province's COVID-19 Community Funding program that will allow them to continue to provide opportunities for veterans and first responders suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Pine& Lakes Echo Journal
3-26-2021
Minnesotans 16 and older can sign up for COVID-19 shot starting Tuesday: here's what you need to know
Gov. Tim Walz on Friday, March 26, announced that Minnesota had an end of May target to get all residents 16 and older their first COVID-19 shot by the end of May.
14 NEWS on MSN.com
3-26-2021
Inmates at Vanderburgh Co. Jail could soon get COVID-19 vaccine
We know the Vanderburgh County Health Department has been vaccinating as many people as they can. They’ve been trying to give out doses to the homeless, and vaccinations for the inmates at the jail could be coming soon.
Manistee News
3-26-2021
Reports say CNN's Chris Cuomo got special COVID-19 testing
Having a brother for governor is no longer the benefit it once seemed for CNN's Chris Cuomo. The news anchor emerged Thursday as a central figure in the latest damaging stories about his older brother,
https//beincrypto.com
3-26-2021
How Blockchain Can Help Monitor COVID-19 Vaccines
The question becomes how recipients of COVID-19 vaccines can ensure that the vaccines they receive have not been compromised. Blockchain can ensure much-needed transparency that is not contingent on one party alone. Blockchain can be a solution to answer ...
Auburn Citizen
3-26-2021
Auburn to resume daily in-person classes after COVID-19 guidance change
The Auburn Enlarged City School District told families Wednesday that it plans to shift from its hybrid learning model to one in which students will attend school each day.
Go Watertown
3-26-2021
Online registration begins today for Watertown’s next big COVID-19 vaccine event
WATERTOWN, S.D.–Online registration begins at 10 o’clock this morning for Watertown’s next COVID-19 mass vaccination event. It’ll be held April 1st at the Codington County Extension Building. Eight hundred doses of the Moderna vaccine will be available that day.
ahvalnews
3-26-2021
Turkey pledges 100 million COVID-19 vaccines as infections climb
100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine will arrive to Turkey by the end of May, Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said. “With these new jabs, the vaccination process of 50 million people will be completed,” Koca said, speaking after Thursday's ...
Rockwall Herald-Banner
3-26-2021
COVID-19 hospital numbers dropping in Rockwall County
As thousands more Rockwall County residents begin the process of being vaccinated against COVID-19, the number of people hospitalized with the virus is dropping significantly. Unfortunately, the total of those who have reportedly died as a result of ...
mahoningmatters
3-26-2021
COVID-19 home testing kits can be picked up at Mahoning County libraries
Free COVID-19 home testing kits from Mahoning County Public Health are available at the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County locations. There are 1,900 kits with detailed how-to instruction sheets available for curbside pickup at libraries throughout the county.
Shelton Herald
3-26-2021
MLB stadiums pass 1 million COVID-19 vaccination shots given
More than 1 million COVID-19 vaccination shots have been dispensed. The regular season starts Thursday. Dodger Stadium, Yankee Stadium, Citi Field and PNC Park will keep providing doses after opening day,
beaconjournal
3-26-2021
VIDEO: COVID-19, family had direct impact on Jaycee Horn's calculus about football future
University of South Carolina cornerback Jaycee Horn talks about how an aunt's death due to COVID-19 and his family affected his decision making.
scottishhousingnews.com
3-26-2021
Poverty statistics ‘show tenants need more help to clear COVID-19 debts’
The statistics show the level of poverty in Scotland just before the coronavirus pandemic hit. These same people will now be in desperate need of support to keep their homes. “Even in a recession and worldwide health emergency we have seen housing costs ...
mybigplunge.com
3-26-2021
India’s restrictions on COVID-19 vaccine exports to impact poor countries
Poor countries will be impacted the most because of India’s decision to restrict COVID-19 vaccine exports. The World Health Organization called this a grotesque supply chasm between rich and poor countries. The United Nations pointed out that soaring ...
Milford Mirror
3-26-2021
New law to eliminate financial COVID-19 barriers in Maine
A bill that aims to eliminate barriers to COVID-19 screening, testing and immunization is now law in Maine, officials said Thursday. The legislation, which became law without the governor's signature on Wednesday,
mahoningmatters
3-26-2021
Does Senate Bill 22 mean Ohio’s COVID-19 health orders are ending? Here’s what we know.
The bill is designed to bring lawmakers into the decision-making process, supporters said. But will it make Ohioans safer?
Clare FM
3-26-2021
All Areas Of Clare Continue To See Incidence Of COVID-19 Below National Average
All areas of Clare continue to have rates of COVID-19 that are significantly below the national average. Two of this county’s five electoral areas have recorded less than five new cases of the virus in the past fortnight.
Ukiah Daily Journal
3-26-2021
Covid-19: Virus variants discovered in Mendocino County, officials report
Health officials were notified this week that at least four different Covid-19 variants have been circulating in Mendocino County since February. According to a Thursday press release from county
Daily Corinthian
3-26-2021
COVID-19 funeral assistance coming
Assistance with funeral expenses will soon be available to families who have lost loved ones to COVID-19. FEMA announced the program this week, and the agency is encouraging families to keep and gather documentation.
AP Winter Olympics
3-25-2021
Virginia reports first cases of California COVID-19 variants
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Health officials in Virginia on Thursday reported the first cases in the state of a highly contagious coronavirus variant that first emerged in California last summer. The discovery of the two California variants in Virginia means ...
Medical Design and Outsourcing
3-25-2021
How big medtech fared during a year of COVID-19
Despite numerous challenges, the medtech industry showed itself to be fairly recession-proof in 2020, according to an analysis of financials.
Paulick Report
3-25-2021
Churchill Downs To Serve As COVID-19 Vaccination Site
With the Kentucky Derby over a month away, Churchill Downs is inviting the community to the historic racetrack early when it joins forces with Norton Healthcare in the race to vaccinate the public against COVID-19. Churchill Downs will host a Norton ...
San Angelo LIVE!
3-25-2021
Double Digit COVID-19 Infections Reported Thursday
Thursday's Daily COVID report revealed double digit new infections. According to the City of San Angelo's Public Information Office, on Friday, Mar. 25, the San Angelo's Health Department reported another 11 COVID-19 infections and no fatalities.
MD&M East
3-25-2021
DoorDash to Take COVID-19 Test Distribution to a 'New' Level
Vault Health and Everlywell are reaching out to DoorDash in an effort to make FDA-authorized COVID-19 test collection kits widely available to consumers. Yup, you read that right medtech is teaming up with DoorDash, the online food ordering and food ...
KIDY
3-25-2021
Eleven new confirmed COVID-19 cases reported for Tom Green Co. Thursday
The City of San Angelo Public Information Office said there were 11 new confirmed COVID-19 cases for Thursday – three PCR and eight antigen. Residents from Tom Green, Callahan, Grimes and Irion counties were included in the cases.
WHIZ News
3-25-2021
Ohio auditor: Release separate COVID-19 death category data
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Health Department should begin releasing data on coronavirus deaths in two categories: those whose death was caused by COVID-19, and those who died of other causes ...
Dayton.com on MSN.com
3-25-2021
Coronavirus: Cases per 100,000 stays steady as Ohio shows signs of plateauing, DeWine says
With coronavirus cases appearing to have plateaued in Ohio, the state’s cases per 100,000 people is also staying steady, Gov. Mike DeWine said. The metric had a slight increase from 143.8 cases per 100,
Pacific Sun
3-25-2021
State to Make Covid-19 Vaccine Available to all Residents 16 and Older Beginning April 15
California will open Covid-19 vaccine access to all residents age 16 and up starting on April 15 based on expected increases in the supply of vaccine doses, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday. Vaccine doses will first become available statewide to residents age 50 and over on April 1,
Infection control
3-25-2021
At-Home COVID-19 Tests Called ‘Staggeringly’ Effective
Even assuming that up to 75% of people testing positive wouldn’t follow isolation guidance, the tests would greatly curtail infection, hospitalization, and death, argue investigators. And save the health care system a lot of money,
WBAY on MSN.com
3-25-2021
Wisconsin sets new record for “shots in the arm”; coronavirus cases, hospitalizations still trending up
More than two-and-a-half million doses of vaccine have been administered over 102 days. More than 900,000 Wisconsin residents are fully vaccinated.
NCRI
3-25-2021
Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll in 522 Cities Exceeds 237,400
The MEK announced on Thursday, March 25, 2021, that the Coronavirus death toll in 522 cities across Iran had surpassed 237,400.
Inside Tucson Business
3-25-2021
Ducey loosens COVID-19 restrictions as Arizona distributes more than 3 million vaccinations
With more than 3 million Arizonans now vaccinated, Gov. Doug Ducey has announced updates to the state COVID-19 measures for local ordinances, businesses, and events.
Zimbabwe Today
3-25-2021
Zimbabwe: Depoliticise Covid-19 Activities: Mwonzora to Mnangagwa
MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora has told President Emmerson Mnangagwa to stop politicising Covid-19 activities, urging the Zimbabwean leader to adopt politics of tolerating opponents. He said this while giving a vote of thanks at the launch of the country’s second phase of the Covid-19 vaccination exercise in the resort city of Victoria Falls Wednesday.
Action News Now
3-25-2021
The CDC is tracking a recent uptick in Covid-19 cases. Its chief says spring breakers and eased restrictions concern her
Top US health officials say they're encouraged by the accelerating Covid-19 vaccinations. But not enough Americans are fully vaccinated yet to suppress the spread of the virus -- and eased restrictions across the country coupled with spring break crowds could spell trouble,
Curacao Chronicle
3-25-2021
All Caribbean nations to receive COVID-19 vaccines
WASHINGTON - All Caribbean countries will receive COVID-19 vaccine shipments by “early next month” through the COVAX Facility, Dr. Carissa Etienne, director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO),
Kinston Free Press
3-25-2021
Lenoir County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 14% people fully vaccinated
Lenoir County has administered more than 19,798 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, as of March 23, according to data from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. That's up 7% from the previous week's tally of 18,531 COVID-19 doses administered.
La Prensa Latina
3-25-2021
Ukraine’s daily Covid-19 cases hits record as it awaits first Sinovac jabs
Ukraine reported a record daily number of Covid-19 cases and deaths on Thursday as the country prepares to receive its first doses of the Chinese vaccine Sinovac. The Health Ministry said that 16,669 new infections were detected and 362 people died from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours,
Hill Country News
3-25-2021
In America, COVID-19 vaccine eligibility is a ‘crazy quilt’ of state rules
In North Carolina, the nation’s leading tobacco producer, any adult who has smoked more than 100 cigarettes in their lifetime can now be vaccinated against COVID-19. In Florida, people under
barrie360
3-25-2021
Local health unit taking COVID-19 vaccine pre-registrations for those 70 and above
The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) is expanding access to COVID-19 vaccines. Adults 70 or older can now pre-register for an appointment to get the shot, as can any healthcare worker who hasn’t done so yet.
Paso Robles Daily News
3-25-2021
COVID-19 Update: Six new cases added Wednesday, zero deaths
San Luis Obispo County reported just 6 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, the lowest number of new cases that the county has seen in months.
IFLScience
3-25-2021
India Reports New "Double Mutant" Coronavirus Variant, Raising Concerns
In the midst of rising levels of new SARS-CoV-2 infections in India and fears of a second wave of COVID-19, health officials have reported a new "double mutant" variant of SARS-CoV-2 in the country, raising additional concerns. The report also found "an ...
People Newspapers
3-25-2021
PCCI: COVID-19 Leading Cause of Death In Dallas County
With the anniversary of Dallas County’s first COVID-19 death having recently passed, the virus has become the leading cause of death among county residents, surpassing heart disease, cancer, and strokes in the past year,
The Post-Crescent on MSN.com
3-25-2021
COVID-19 has hurt Fox Cities nonprofits. A community response fund is providing $1.7 million of help
APPLETON - Over the last 60-plus years, SOAR Fox Cities has touched thousands of individuals with developmental disabilities through its programs and services. When COVID-19 first hit Wisconsin, continuing that mission became nearly impossible,
West Plains Daily Quill
3-25-2021
COVID-19 Need-to-Know Info • March 25
In the past week, Oregon County Health Department officials have reported five new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total to date to 854. In addition, a death that occurred in January has been attributed to the disease, officials ...
NOWnews
3-25-2021
Dutch coalition talks halted after COVID-19 case, notes slip
Preliminary discussions to map out the contours of the next Dutch governing coalition were left in limbo Thursday by a positive COVID-19 test and an inadvertent display of preparatory notes by one of the officials leading the talks.
WJHG on MSN.com
3-25-2021
Changes to COVID-19 vaccine eligibility
Governor Ron DeSantis announced new eligibility guidelines for COVID-19 vaccinations in Florida. Beginning Monday, March 29, all individuals age 40 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
WCNC on MSN.com
3-25-2021
Mecklenburg County health leaders to update COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Health Directors Gibbie Harris will update Charlotte's COVID-19 vaccinations one day before Gov. Cooper's new executive order takes effect.
Fort Leavenworth Lamp
3-25-2021
COVID-19 — One year of working together
Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth It has been one year since Fort Leavenworth joined the rest of the country in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following guidance from our elected officials and military leaders,
The Westfield News
3-25-2021
Westfield has 80 new COVID-19 cases
Health director blames complacency for spike in cases WESTFIELD- The Health Department reported 80 new COVID-19 cases March 24, a sharp increase in a time when the overall course of the pandemic seems uncertain.
Hattiesburg American
3-25-2021
One third of US adults have been jabbed; AstraZeneca effectiveness rate dips: Live COVID-19 updates
America's long stretch of declining daily coronavirus cases has ended, and some states are seeing rapid increases even as one-third of U.S. adults have received at least one vaccination shot. "I continue to be worried about the latest data and the ...
Bunkerworld
3-25-2021
COVID-19 has shown that decarbonization goals are achievable
Despite the tremendous growth of renewables, S&P Global Platts Analytics' most plausible scenario points to fossil fuels still accounting for half of the energy mix in 2050.
The Guardian Nigeria
3-25-2021
Covid-19: Bank of Industry’s impact on the informal sector
The economy will recover and as it recovers from the effect of the pandemic, I do see a period of some growth,” Toyin Adeniji, Executive Director of the BOI said in a chat with GuardianTV. She said the country has had time to “build some business-friendly policies” that will make Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) cluster.
WDEZ
3-25-2021
Denmark to extend suspension of AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot, TV 2 reports
Denmark will extend its suspension of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine for another three weeks, broadcaster TV 2 reported on
kathmandupost
3-25-2021
National Covid-19 tally reaches 276,509 with 120 new infections
According to the Health Ministry, the country did not record any Covid-19 related deaths in the past 24 hours.
News Dakota
3-25-2021
AFBF: Agriculture Must Be Prioritized for COVID-19 Vaccine
The American Farm Bureau Federation is urging the Biden administration to prioritize agriculture for the COVID-19 vaccine. In a letter sent to the administration Wednesday, AFBF President Zippy Duvall
Westport News
3-25-2021
Alert: Denmark to continue its suspension of vaccinations with the AstraZeneca coronavirus shot for another 3 weeks
Denmark to continue its suspension of vaccinations with the AstraZeneca coronavirus shot for another 3 weeks.
orilliamatters
3-25-2021
Can my employer require me to get a COVID-19 vaccine? In most cases, no
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out in Canada, questions surrounding vaccines and the workplace are starting to emerge. Some U.S. companies — U.S. Airlines, for example — say they want to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for employees, although so far they ...
ynuk.tv
3-25-2021
Live: HOC debate and vote on extending coronavirus laws
Live: HOC debate and vote on extending coronavirus laws. Happening amid talks between UK and EU aiming to resolve vaccine supplies issue
KION
3-25-2021
Traveling to Disney Parks during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go
If you’re planning to travel to one of the Disney Parks & Resorts around the world, here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the Covid-19 pandemic. After being closed for more than a year, Disneyland Resort in California ...
internationalairportreview.com
3-25-2021
AAHK extends COVID-19 relief package for Hong Kong Airport community
AAHK is extending the relief package to May 2021 and will adjust the measures on occasion depending on air traffic and business recovery.
Lawndale News
3-25-2021
High Vitamin D Levels May Protect Against COVID-19
A new research study at the University of Chicago Medicine has found that when it comes to COVID-19, having vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient may lower the risk of infection. The study, published March 19 in JAMA Open ...
The Mining Journal
3-25-2021
Alternatives to nursing homes get $12B boost in COVID-19 law
With the memory of the pandemic’s toll in nursing homes still raw, the COVID-19 relief law is offering states a generous funding boost for home- and community-based care as an alternative to institutionalizing disabled people.
West Hawaii Today
3-24-2021
Seven new COVID-19 cases reported on Big Island
The Big Island’s COVID-19 case count increased to 2,392 Wednesday with seven new cases reported. Statewide, a total of 58 new cases were reported Wednesday by the Department of Health. Oahu reported 24 of those cases,
Duncan Banner
3-24-2021
OSDH: Stephens County continues to decrease in active COVID-19 cases
The State Health Department's daily report indicates Stephens County decreased to 85 active COVID-19 cases, as reported on Wednesday, March 24. This week, 12 Oklahoma counties are in the “orange" risk level, 59 are in the "yellow" risk level, including ...
Gladwin County Record and Beaverton Clarion
3-24-2021
Clare-Gladwin RESD to offer rapid COVID-19 testing on April 3
CLARE – Local school officials concerned about the spread of COVID-19 when school resumes after Spring Break are encouraging travelers to take advantage of free local rapid testing. The Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District (RESD) is hosting ...
WOGX
3-24-2021
Orlando FEMA site administering 2nd doses of COVID-19 vaccine
On Wednesday, vaccination sites across Florida will do something different. Officials will focus on giving out second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Sentinel & Enterprise
3-24-2021
Hundreds of veterans receive COVID-19 vaccine at Leominster clinic
Three hundred single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine shots were administered to veterans at a clinic Tuesday at the Leominster Veterans Center on West Street. The
WHKY
3-24-2021
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Drop & New Cases In Single Digits In Three Hickory Metro Counties Tuesday: Wednesday Morning Update
COVID-19 hospitalizations decreased again Tuesday (March 23) in Catawba County, falling to 15, from 18 in Monday’s (March 22) update. There were 26 new cases of the coronavirus reported today by Catawba County Public Health,
fintechzoom
3-24-2021
Sinovac – Sabah receives first shipment of Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine
Sabah has received its first shipment of the Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine today. Representing the Sabah Chief Minister to receive the vaccine at Mas Kargo here was Community Development and People’s Wellbeing minister Shahelmey Yahya.
Twins Daily
3-24-2021
Covid-19: Texas and Georgia Join Growing List of States Making All Adults Eligible for Vaccine
The BioNTech vaccine has been suspended in Hong Kong after packaging flaws were found. U.S. health officials questioned AstraZeneca’s Covid-19
pineisland-eagle.com
3-24-2021
Task Force discusses COVID-19 vaccine accessibility for homebound islanders
At the Monday, March 15, Pine Island COVID-19 Task Force meeting, the group discussed accessibility to vaccines among different Florida counties. Task Force member Martha Huard, who has been giving vaccine shots,
WRVO
3-24-2021
Brazil Is Looking Like The Worst Place On Earth For COVID-19
Cinthia Ribeiro knew she had a fight on her hands when COVID-19 arrived in her hometown in Brazil. What she didn't know was that, one
The Cape Cod Chronicle
3-24-2021
COVID-19 Cases Increase, But State Eases Restrictions
But in a time when COVID-19 cases had been trending down, plateauing numbers have public health officials worried. As of Tuesday afternoon, the Barnstable County case count had increased by 94 cases over Monday’s figure,
Journal-Courier
3-24-2021
About 1,000 Illinois prisoners being released under COVID-19 lawsuit settlement
About 1,000 Illinois prison inmates nearing the end of their sentences could soon be released under a settlement announced Tuesday in a federal lawsuit filed as the COVID-19 pandemic was creating a health crisis in state lockups.
WJCL on MSN.com
3-24-2021
Getting your COVID-19 vaccine in Beaufort County? There is a new centralized location
People in the Lowcountry will have a new centralized location to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Hilton Head Regional Healthcare’s Coastal Carolina Hospital and Hilton Head Hospital have started administering COVID-19 vaccines at the Buckwalter Recreation Center,
Vestnik Kavkaza
3-24-2021
Pfizer begins human trials of pill to treat COVID-19
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has kicked off early stage clinical trials of an experimental oral antiviral drug to treat COVID-19. The company announced the phase one trial of the drug, PF-07321332, is currently taking place in the U.
Milton Independent
3-24-2021
See what’s new and in the works at the Milton Diner which, despite COVID-19 restrictions, is still going strong
After a brief January closure that wasn’t related to the COVID-19 pandemic, a staple in the community since the 1980s is back open and offering an adjusted menu.
Fairfield Mirror
3-24-2021
Differing Exam Administration Styles by Professors is Fair in Midst of COVID-19
It is no secret that a lot has changed over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One large change that the youths of the world had to adjust to was the transition from everyday, in-person learning and school going,
Taylor Daily Press
3-24-2021
COVID-19 cases slow down in county
New cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County appear to be ramping down. As of Monday, March 22, the Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) reports there have been a total of 36,724 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the county during the pandemic.
Tech Thirsty
3-24-2021
Where Can You Find Latest Govt. FAQs on COVID-19 Vaccination
Govt. of India has updated COVID-19 vaccination guidelines. Here's everything you need to know about the optimal time gap between the two doses, how to register, who all can get the vaccine, etc. Read on to know COVID- 19 updates.
WSAY
3-24-2021
India detects novel coronavirus variant
India's health ministry said on Wednesday that a novel variant of the coronavirus had been detected in the country in addition
healthcare-in-europe.com
3-24-2021
COVID-19 diagnostics: Thermo Fisher Scientific collaborates with Artificial
Thermo Fisher Scientific and Artificial have announced a strategic technology collaboration to develop an integrated and comprehensive software automation platform for Thermo Fisher’s standardized COVID-19 Testing Platform.
vietreader.com
3-24-2021
Vietnam expects to have locally made Covid-19 vaccines in Q3
A volunteer is injected with the Covivac vaccine during the first clinical trial of the vaccine. Vietnam expects to have locally made Covid-19 vaccines in the third quarter of 2021 – PHOTO: MINISTRY O
The Sanford Herald
3-24-2021
Gov. Cooper easing some COVID-19 restrictions
Gov. Roy Cooper issued an Executive Order on Tuesday that will ease some of the COVID-19 pandemic-imposed restrictions.
YAHOO!News on MSN.com
3-22-2021
GOP Sen. Ron Johnson complained about the failed drug hydroxychloroquine not getting FDA approval, and refused to say the COVID-19 vaccine is safe
In trying to defend himself against being cast as a conspiracy theorist, Johnson doubled down on COVID-19 falsehoods in a New York Times interview.
The Independent
3-21-2021
Coronavirus news - live: PM faces Tory rebellion over lockdown law extension, as UK hits daily vaccine record
Dozens of Tory MPs are expected to revolt against Boris Johnson’s plans to extend the country’s emergency coronavirus laws for another six months. MPs will vote on prolonging the laws until October on Thursday,
Commonwealth Fund
3-19-2021
Support for States’ COVID-19 Response Efforts in the American Rescue Plan
Josh LaRosa and colleagues from the Wynne Health Group break down the $1.9 trillion package’s support for states’ COVID-19 responses.
Fredericksburg.com
3-19-2021
5 things to know for March 19: Covid-19, China, spa shootings, Cuomo, abortion
After the difficult year we've all seen, this year's list of the world's happiest countries feels even more relevant. Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed
The News-Herald
3-19-2021
Madison Public Library offering free home coronavirus test kits
Madison Public Library announced it is giving free home coronavirus test kits at its drive-thru window. The tests, supplied by the state of Ohio, are for people to use at home, according to a news release.
Turkish Press
3-19-2021
Inter goalkeeper Handanovic tests positive for COVID-19
Inter Milan’s Slovenian goalkeeper Samir Handanovic tested positive for the novel coronavirus Wednesday. “FC Internazionale Milano can confirm that the COVID-19 test that Samir Handanovic underwent this morning has come back positive,
Turkish Press
3-19-2021
Japan to lift COVID-19 emergency in Tokyo, 3 provinces
The Japanese government will lift a state of emergency over COVID-19 in Tokyo and its neighboring provinces on Sunday night. Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide made the decision after listening to the views of experts.
europeansting.com
3-19-2021
Statement following the European Medicines Agency review of the COVID-19 vaccine AstraZeneca
This article is brought to you in association with the European Commission. Following the Medicines Agency’s safety committee’s review of the COVID-19
KOAT Albuquerque
3-19-2021
Masks, gatherings, travel? Here's what you can safely do once you get the COVID-19 vaccine
I got the COVID-19 vaccine. What can I safely do? You can enjoy small gatherings again, but should continue wearing a mask and social distancing in public. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says fully vaccinated people can gather maskless with other vaccinated people indoors.
europeansting.com
3-19-2021
Vaccination: understanding the challenges surrounding COVID-19 vaccination campaigns
This article was exclusively written for The European Sting by Ms. Varnika Bhadoriya, a second year medical student currently studying at Baroda Medical College, India. She is
Antara News
3-19-2021
President witnesses mass COVID-19 vaccination in Bogor
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) bore witness to mass COVID-19 vaccination being conducted for public service officers and community leaders in Bogor City,
Abilene Reporter-News
3-18-2021
COVID-19: Thursday update for Abilene, Taylor County, the Big Country
Update on cases at Abilene-area prisons.
mhealthintelligence.com
3-18-2021
FCC Sets New Guidelines for COVID-19 Telehealth Program Relaunch
March 18, 2021 - The Federal Communications Commission is getting ready to re-open the COVID-19 Telehealth Program. Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel has submitted a Report and Order on Reconsideration that would, if approved by the commission ...
Ledger-Enquirer
3-18-2021
PSG shuts down youth academy amid coronavirus outbreak
Paris Saint-Germain closed its youth academy training facility on Wednesday following a COVID-19 outbreak. The French club said several new coronavirus cases were recently detected following a testing campaign at the training center.
WXXI
3-18-2021
Lessons From The COVID-19 Crisis: Overcrowding Hospitals Cost Lives
Health care systems endured a stress test like no other over the past year as COVID-19 patients filled up hospital beds and intensive care units. Health
WTOC-TV on MSN.com
3-18-2021
Georgia Senate votes to extend COVID-19 business shield
Georgia’s state Senate has voted to extend a law protecting businesses from being sued by a person who blames the business after they contract COVID-19.
The News International
3-18-2021
In a worrying sign, Pakistan's coronavirus positivity rate surges past 7.8%
The development comes amid a constant surge in virus cases that has raised concerns among health professionals regarding the third wave of coronavirus According to the daily data issued by the NCOC, the country has reported over 61 deaths during ...
eLife
3-18-2021
Open-Source Community Call: Covid-19 open projects updates
On February 17, the eLife Innovation Initiative, in partnership with FORCE11 and DataDryad, hosted the latest Open-source Community Call, with presentations focusing on updates about COVID-19 related projects. The event opened with a presentation about a ...
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
3-18-2021
State extends COVID-19 vaccination eligibility
Washington state has extended COVID-19 vaccination eligibility on Wednesday to people in the next phase, including grocery store workers, transit workers and first responders, health officials said.