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NAMI Statement on House Passage of COVID-19 Relief Bill
Gillison released the following statement after the U.S. House of Representatives passed the latest COVID-19 Relief package. “Over the past year our world has been rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic, isolation,
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Dunkirk Covid-19 outbreak offers bleak window into future as France vaccine programme lags
Dunkirk's proximity to Britain, where a more contagious variant of Covid-19 has spread like wildfire, has quickly triggered a health crisis
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How 2 restauranteurs are adapting to survive the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many restaurants to alter the way they serve their customers. Zane Major, operations director of Paschal’s Restaurant in Atlanta, and Barbara Burrell, founder of Sky’s Gourmet Tacos in Los Angeles,
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Panel: A New Era of Open? COVID-19 and the Pursuit for Equitable Solutions
Join us on 16 March as we examine the present and future of “open” with experts in Open Data, Open Science, and Open Source Medical Hardware.
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O2TODAY and SINTX Technologies Enter Commercialization Agreement to Fight COVID-19
O2TODAY and SINTX executives signed an agreement to commercialize a “catch-and-kill” mask that will inactivate COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses. SALT LAKE CITY, UT, Feb. 25, 2021 (GLOBE ...
Coronavirus can survive on certain clothes for longer than others
Now, research has shown that the virus can survive on certain items of clothing for up to 72 hours and can also be transferred on to other surfaces via the fabric. The study was conducted by De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester and set out to investigate how the material that healthcare worker uniforms are typically made from respond to the virus.
Global Fishing, Hunting and Trapping Market Report (2021 to 2030) - COVID-19 Impact and Recovery -
COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030" report has been added to's offering. This report provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global fishing,
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Australian Open crowd boos at mention of coronavirus vaccines and Victorian government after Novak Djokovic's win
Tennis Australia's president was booed during the presentation ceremony at the Australian Open after mentioning the COVID-19 vaccine and the Victorian government.
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Below Deck producer talks coronavirus pandemic shutting down Season 8
Below Deck producer Lauren Simms dishes Season 8 ending early because of the coronavirus pandemic and how it impacted the season.
Athens County Confirms 23 New COVID-19 Cases, Removes One For Feb. 20
Athens County has now had 4,527 total cases of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic after 22 were reported Saturday and one previously confirmed case was removed. The Ohio Department of Health confirmed the new cases on Feb.
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Minnesota sees 11 COVID-19 deaths, 884 new cases Saturday
Minnesota recorded 884 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 11 COVID-19-related deaths Saturday, Feb. 20. An additional 31,915 vaccinations were reported as well. Of the 11 deaths, two were residents of Ramsey County,
For Middle Eastern War Zones, Administering Coronavirus Vaccines Becomes A Challenge
Getting COVID-19 vaccines to Middle Eastern war zones like Libya, Yemen, and Syria is going to be a daunting task.
COVID-19 in W.Va. | Six more people have died from the coronavirus
Six additional coronavirus-related deaths have been reported within the last 24 hours. According to the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR), as of February 20, 2021, there have been 2,108,
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Palestine Regional to get 400 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine;Texas to receive nearly 600,000 first doses
As Texas’ winter storm finally comes to an end, more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed statewide for the week of Feb. 22. Palestine Regional Medical Center is on
Track NY Covid-19 vaccinations by county, region and race
The number of Black people receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Central New York continues to lag behind other groups, according to state data published last this week. Blacks represent about 6% of the region’s population who are currently eligible for the vaccine,
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Schools report decline in on-campus COVID-19 cases
Pitt County Schools reported 14 new on-campus cases of COVID-19 from Feb. 12-18, half the number of cases reported the previous week.
USRowing Updates New Structure for the 2021 Youth National Championships Due to Covid-19
USRowing announced the new structure of the 2021 Youth National Championships with modifications to ensure all parties safety at the championship during these unprecedented times. Please click here for the original announcement.
Russia registers its 3rd COVID-19 vaccine
Russia has registered and its Health Ministry approved a third coronavirus vaccine for public use, the country's prime minister announced on Saturday. The vaccine, called CoviVac, was developed by the Chumakov Center for Research and Development of Immunobiological Drugs,
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Exclusive: Texas Rep. Pat Fallon recovering from COVID-19 after hospitalization
Rep. Pat Fallon (R-Texas) is recovering from COVID-19 after testing positive on January 31. In an exclusive interview with Gray Television Washington News Bureau about his diagnosis, Fallon told Jillian Angeline he thought he was going to die.
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Whitman County confirms 29 new positive COVID-19 cases
From Feb. 13-19, 29 individuals tested positive for COVID-19, raising Whitman County’s running total to 3,276 cases. There have been a total of 41 COVID-19-related deaths as of Feb. 19. A total of 87 people have been hospitalized in the county,
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Is Tucson's COVID-19 curfew still in effect?
The Tucson City Council passed an emergency curfew Friday, Dec. 4, and was supposed to end on Dec. 23. The curfew was later changed to continue until COVID-19 cases fell below 100 per 100,000 residents.
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COVID-19 cases in Region Seven decreasing
Health Minister Dr Frank Anthony on Thursday said that the number of active COVID-19 cases in Region Seven is decreasing although Wara-madong still
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COVID-19 Map: Where the coronavirus is spreading in the Sacramento region
Check out the interactive map of the Sacramento region showing where the coronavirus is surging. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — COVID-19 is surging in the greater Sacramento region. The rate of new cases in the state began to surpass numbers from previous surges throughout the pandemic.
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Navajo Nation Sets Goal to Have 120,000 Covid-19 Vaccinations by the End of February
The Navajo Nation on Friday reset its Covid-19 vaccination February goal to have 120,000 vaccinations administered by the end of the month. This reset comes on the heels of the old goal of 100,000 being surpassed on Thursday,
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OTC provided COVID-19 vaccine distribution update
The Otter Tail County Department of Health provided a update of its COVID-19 distribution data. Public health sponsored vaccine clinics this week were scheduled to administer COVID-19 vaccine doses to school educators and staff,
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Gov. Beshear reports 1,993 new COVID-19 cases; 28 deaths
Governor Andy Beshear has provided an update on COVID-19 cases. Governor Beshear reported 1,993 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing the state total to 394,687 cases. The governor says the state is seeing a 6.
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Experts Explain How Long Symptoms From the COVID-19 Vaccine Typically Last
Symptoms from the COVID-19 vaccine typically last between 24 to 48 hours, but some people have reported feeling the side effects for up to 72 hours.
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COVID-19 vaccine without a shot? Researchers study nasal spray as an alternative form of vaccination
Researchers are in the process of creating an intranasal COVID-19 vaccine similar to a flu vaccine already available.
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Thurston County adds 43 more COVID-19 cases, pushing local cases beyond 7,000
Thurston County health officials reported 43 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, pushing the county’s total cases past 7,000 since the pandemic began. The good news: Of the COVID-19 tests taken in the past week,
SLO County deputies, inmate test positive for coronavirus in new jail outbreak
Five people have contracted COVID-19 as part of a new coronavirus outbreak at the San Luis Obispo County Jail, according to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office. Four correctional staff and one inmate tested positive for the virus,
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Michigan reports nearly 1,200 new COVID-19 cases and 23 more deaths
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 1,193 new COVID-19 illnesses on Friday for a total of 579,284.
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Florida’s coronavirus-related death toll tops 30,000 as state adds 6,600 new cases
Florida’s coronavirus-related death toll topped 30,000 on Friday.According to the latest numbers, 224 virus-related deaths were reported in the state on Friday pushing the death toll since the pandemic began to 30,
Pre-Spring Break COVID-19 Testing for SCSU Students and Staff
By: Taylor Bowden / Assistant News Director St. Cloud State University will be holding COVID-19 saliva testing events for students
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Yes, you can still get COVID-19 after being vaccinated. Experts explain why
It's not a sign that the vaccines have failed. Data seems to indicate that post-vaccination coronavirus cases are mild.
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Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Four COVID-19 Federally Supported Vaccination Sites
Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the establishment of four COVID-19 vaccination sites in partnership with the federal government in Miami, Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville. These sites will open on March 3 and will operate 7 days per week,
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Cal/OSHA COVID-19–Related Citations May Provide Leverage to Labor Unions and Their Members
A February 2021 California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) press release trumpeted the agency’s enforcement efforts and its recently issued citations for COVID-19–related violations. Cal/OSHA continues to aggressively issue ...
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Coronavirus in Mississippi: 360 new cases, 3 deaths reported Friday
Since the virus hit the state in March, a total of 289,892 cases and 6,534 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported.
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New COVID-19 Vaccine Trials For Pregnant Women Have Started
While many Americans are lining up to get a COVID-19 vaccination, expectant mothers have been advised to sit this round of vaccines out until more research is done on the effects they may have on pregnant women.
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Swabs suggest COVID-19 safety during cancer care
New research offers assurance that those receiving cancer treatment are safe when receiving care in oncology and hematology settings.
South Korean business owners sue government for losses due to COVID-19 pandemic
Business owners in South Korea have joined forces to file a legal case against the government. Hundreds of restaurant and cafe owners have sued the administration due to their huge losses brought about by the lockdowns
VERIFY: Yes, the 1st and 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine are the same
There is no difference between the first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. People’s reactions might differ, but not because the doses are different.
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FedEx rerouting COVID-19 vaccine shipments amid winter weather
FedEx is continuing to work to deliver COVID-19 vaccines during the hazardous winter weather. According to a statement from FedEx, the company is actively working with healthcare customers and the federal government to safely deliver the vaccines “where and when possible.
West Wayne County COVID-19 tracking: Growth rates stay 1% and below
Hometown Life’s western Wayne County communities maintained a low COVID-19 growth rate this past week. According to a county data analysis, cumulative case counts spiked 1% between Thursday, Feb. 11,
Kyiv reports 544 new coronavirus cases
The city of Kyiv has confirmed 544 new coronavirus cases in the past day, according to Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko. — Ukrinform.
Puerto Rico airports get $8.5M Coronavirus Response grant from FAA
The Federal Aviation Administration approved a second grant to the Puerto Rico Ports Authority for $8.5 million as part of a new round of the Airport Coronaviru
Big Ten COVID-19 adjustment has potential
The Big Ten has made a COVID-19 adjustment for the upcoming baseball season and I think it has potential down the road. Teams always head south in February for games, but non league games don’t help conference games to get played in decent weather later on.
3i Show makes COVID-19 safety a priority
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the priority is on the health and well-being of exhibitors, attendees, volunteers, show staff, county personnel and expo staff at the 3i Show. Throughout the three-day event,
VACCINE TEAM: Will giving blood reduce antibodies to COVID-19?
The Vaccine Team reached out to One Blood, it is the organization responsible for distributing blood products across the Carolinas. on
Omaha researchers track COVID-19 mutations with new technology
New technology is helping researchers in the metro track mutations within the COVID-19 virus. It’s called whole gene sequencing. Positive COVID-19 tests go into this machine. It spells out the genetic makeup of the virus creating a fingerprint allowing scientists to detect new variants of the virus.
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Tune in to Friday's N-J Facebook Live to have your COVID-19 questions answered
Readers have sent in many questions related to COVID-19 and vaccinations. Tune in Friday to hear expert answers to your questions. News-Journal reporter Mary Helen Moore will moderate a Facebook Live discussion at 2:30 p.
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Lafayette General, Carencro plan COVID-19 vaccine clinic for Friday
Ochsner Lafayette General and the city of Carencro are partnering with the Office of Public Health to operate a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic Friday.
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State leaders to provide COVID-19 update
Colorado health leaders and members of the vaccine task force will provide an update on COVID-19 Thursday afternoon. A briefing is set to take place at 3:05 p.m. and will include: Dr. Rachel Herlihy,
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Notification: EPA's Grant Flexibilities Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic
February 8, 2021. The OIG plans to begin fieldwork on the subject audit to examine the EPA’s implementation of the grant flexibilities permitted by the Office of Management and Budget due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Florida Distributes Nearly 2 Million Coronavirus Vaccine Doses
Another 6,624 people tested positive for the coronavirus in Florida since Saturday’s daily report from the state Department of Health.
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Should you get the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant? Here's what experts say.
Pregnant people might hesitate to get vaccinated because there’s no data on how it works for them. Medical experts lay out what is known and how each person can weigh their own risks and benefits.
One year on, Myanmar refugees support COVID-19 prevention efforts in Thailand
Myanmar refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border are continuing to urge their friends and family to remain vigilant, wear masks and practise physical distancing.
Massachusetts COVID-19 vaccination data and updates
This weekly report features information on COVID-19 vaccine supply distribution, administration, and other data for Massachusetts. Key metrics include: On September 16, the CDC released its COVID-19 Vaccination Program Interim Playbook and template,