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D Magazine
8-4-2021
‘High Transmission’ of COVID-19 Happening Throughout North Texas, says CDC
A high level of community transmission, according to the CDC, is occurring in areas where more than 100 new COVID-19 cases are reported per 100,000 people in a seven-day period. As of today, nearly every county in North Texas has passed that threshold.
LGBTQ Nation
8-4-2021
Jen Psaki shuts down reporter demanding China pay “reparations” for COVID-19
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki shot down a conservative journalist trying to get President Joe Biden to demand “reparations” from China for COVID-19. Citing how Donald Trump called for “China to pay the United States more than $10 trillion in reparations as a result of letting the coronavirus escape Wuhan and infect other countries,
Texas
8-4-2021
Information on Payments for Leave Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic Published (IL 2021-37)
HHSC has published IL 2021-37 requirements needed for payments for leave due to COVID-19 Pandemic to ICF/IID program providers. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services authorizes HHSC to pay an ICF/IID program provider for up to 90 days.
ManageEngine
8-4-2021
How do you protect against cyberattacks that use COVID-19 news as bait?
Cybercriminals have been using the fear and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 to trick their victims into downloading malware. What are the most common pandemic-themed security threats? What does a phishing email look like?
Jaguar Report on FanNation on MSN.com
8-3-2021
Taven Bryan Placed on Reserve/COVID-19 List
The fourth-year defensive lineman has been placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 List after previously being on the NFI list.
Falcon Report on FanNation on MSN.com
7-30-2021
Lee Smith off COVID-19 List, Back at Camp
Lee Smith is back at Atlanta Falcons training camp after a brief stay on the Injured/COVID-19 list.Newly acquired tight end Lee Smith was placed on the Injured/COVID-19 List earlier this week. It was stated several times that being on the list didn't necessarily mean a positive COVID-19 test,
WTOL on MSN.com
7-29-2021
Toledo-Lucas County Health Department issues new mask guidance to slow COVID-19 spread
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is issuing new mask guidance for all people regardless of vaccination status to decrease spread of COVID-19. The new guidance is in line with changes the CDC made earlier this week.
KOAT Albuquerque on MSN.com
7-29-2021
New Mexico orders all state employees receive COVID-19 vaccine
New Mexico will require all state employees to either get a COVID-19 vaccine or give proof of a COVID-19 test at least once every two weeks.
Wis Business
7-29-2021
Medical College of Wisconsin: To require COVID-19 vaccination amid growing threat of delta variant
In response to the increase in positive cases of the Delta variant and recent surges of COVID-19 cases across the community, state and country, the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) announced that it will require all employees and learners to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov.
Worcester Telegram on MSN.com
7-29-2021
Worcester County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 56% of people fully vaccinated
Here's how many Worcester County residents have received the COVID-19 vaccine as of July 27, according to data.
Interfax
7-29-2021
Russia reports 23,270 new Covid-19 cases, 799 related deaths in past 24 hours - HQ
Russia has registered 23,270 new cases of Covid-19 and 799 related deaths over the past 24 hours, the coronavirus response headquarters said in a statement on Thursday. "Over the past day, 23,270 Covid-19 cases were confirmed in 85 regions of Russia,
Columbia Basin Herald
7-29-2021
In breakthrough, Tanzania kicks off COVID-19 vaccinations
In a major breakthrough for one of the world's last countries to embrace COVID-19 vaccines, Tanzania’s president kicked off its vaccination campaign Wednesday by publicly receiving a dose and urging others to do the same.
Virginian-Pilot on MSN.com
7-28-2021
Pentagon to require people to wear masks indoors on military installations where COVID-19 spread is high
The mandate, effective Wednesday, applies to any facility owned by the Department of Defense in places with “substantial” or “high” community transmission levels. All Hampton Roads cities, except Williamsburg,
WVTF
7-28-2021
Virginia Sees Biggest Single-day COVID-19 Increase Since April
Virginia’s surge of COVID-19 infections is still growing. Case numbers and hospitalizations have also continued to rise.
Brainerd Dispatch
7-28-2021
COVID-19 vaccine clinic planned for Aug. 5
Morrison County Public Health invites the general public to a COVID-19 vaccine clinic 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 5, at the Morrison County Government Center, Garden Level, 213 First Ave. SE, Little Falls. The Moderna vaccine will be administered to any adult 18 years of age or older.
Daily Reporter
7-28-2021
County’s COVID-19 death toll rises to 150
The county crossed another grim milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic Tuesday after reporting a new death, raising its total to 150.The latest person to die was a woman age 80 or older who died on July 23,
Pensacola News Journal on MSN.com
7-27-2021
Ascension Sacred Heart to add 60 new COVID-19 rapid testing machines across Northwest Florida
Ascension Sacred Heart administered 647 COVID-19 tests last week at its three urgent care locations, compared to the 288 COVID-19 tests two weeks ago.
Dot Esports on MSN.com
7-27-2021
PAX West will now require proof of vaccination, negative COVID-19 test for attendees
PAX West will require attendees to provide “proof of a completed COVID-19 vaccination series or a negative COVID-19 PCR or antigen test” before attending the event from Sept. 3 to 6 in Seattle. Prior to this,
Local 24 News on MSN.com
7-27-2021
Mississippi leaders concerned about rising number of COVID-19 cases in the state
Tuesday, the state health department said there were 1,291 new cases and 15 new deaths. JACKSON, Miss — Mississippi Health leaders are concerned about the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the state.
WAPT on MSN.com
7-27-2021
'Rapid increase in cases' Dobbs provides 3-minute COVID-19 update
Mississippi's top health official says there has been a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases recently. The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 1,291 new COVID-19 cases and 15 additional deaths on Tuesday.
GameInformer
7-27-2021
PAX West 2021 Safety Precautions Change, Now Requires COVID-19 Vaccine Or Negative Test Results
The team at ReedPop has had a change of heart following reactions to its lax safety protocols announced for PAX West's in-person event this year.
tripadvisor.co.uk
7-27-2021
Abbott’s BinaxNOW COVID-19 Home Test (with EMED) for travel
Has anyone successfully used the Abbott’s BinaxNOW COVID-19 Home Test with EMED for travel from US to the UK recently. Looking at its sensitivity/specificity, it looks like it exceeds UK standards.
Manila Standard
7-26-2021
NYC orders COVID-19 shots or weekly tests for all public workers
New York City will require all municipal workers to get vaccinated against coronavirus or take a weekly test, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday as the Delta variant fuels an uptick in cases in the metropolis.
nsf.gov
7-19-2021
Scientists developing inhalable COVID-19 vaccine spray
Scientists at Rice University are part of an effort to develop an inhalable COVID-19 vaccine. The project, led by scientists at Rutgers University and Rice and Northeastern University, has produced two vaccine strategies.
Business Standard
7-18-2021
In U-turn, UK's Boris Johnson to quarantine after Covid-19 contact
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will spend 10 days self-isolating after contact with a confirmed coronavirus case, his office said Sunday reversing an earlier announcement
news.cgtn
7-18-2021
UK PM Johnson was in contact with COVID-19 patient
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his finance minister Rishi Sunak have been notified by NHS test and trace that they have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, Downing Street said on Sunday. "They will be participating ...
Texas Public Radio
7-17-2021
Three Texas Democrats Who Broke Quorum Test Positive For Covid 19
One member tested positive on Friday evening, and two others received a positive result on Saturday morning. Only one of the three displayed any symptoms.
The Examiner
7-17-2021
Local COVID-19 vaccination sites
Vaccinations are being given at both locations, Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Make an appointment in order to receive the vaccination by calling 816-404-2273 or by visiting The Jackson County Health Department: 313 S.
Al Jazeera on MSN.com
7-17-2021
UK health minister Sajid Javid tests positive for COVID-19
Sajid Javid tests positive for COVID-19 as the government prepares to lift most pandemic restrictions in England.
The Telegraph on MSN.com
7-17-2021
Sajid Javid tests positive for Covid-19 and is self-isolating at home
Several Cabinet ministers and senior civil servants may have to go into self-isolation after Savid Javid tested positive for Covid. The Health Secretary received the positive result from a lateral flow test that he took after feeling "a bit groggy" on Friday night.
Santa Clara University
7-17-2021
COVID-19 and the Environmental Crisis
Environmental Ethics Fellow, Rebecca Poirier ’21 raises awareness about the environmental impacts of climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic through a series of infographics.
kashmirpatriot
7-17-2021
New variants could prolong Covid-19 pandemic: DAK
Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Saturday said newly emerging variants could prolong Covid-19 pandemic. “The new versions of the virus threaten to postpone an end to the ongoing public health crisis,
dubaicityguide.com
7-17-2021
New Water Connections In Dubai Double Between 2016 And 2020 Despite Covid-19 Challenges
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced that new water connections have doubled between 2016 and 2020. The number of new water connections increased to 67,768 in 2020 compared to 31,
AdVantage News
7-17-2021
COVID-19 cases increasing again in Illinois
COVID-19 cases are increasing in Illinois, but no alarm bells are going off just yet. The trend in daily case counts in the state is higher, but hospitalizations are still
Observer-Reporter
7-17-2021
Greene County sees no new COVID-19 cases, deaths for more than a week
There have been no new COVID-19 cases or deaths reported for more than a week in Greene County as of Friday, the state Health Department said.
WAFF on MSN.com
7-16-2021
How contact tracing for COVID-19 will work in schools this year
Last year, leaders at local school districts notified parents about potential COVID-19 exposure. This year, the Alabama Department of Health will notify parents about that and quarantining procedures.
WSAW on MSN.com
7-16-2021
Portage County Fair of Amherst comes back stronger after storm damage, COVID-19
First a severe storm in 2019 cut the fair short and destroyed part of the grounds and COVID-19 forced the fair board to cancel last summer. The energy was electric on night two of the fair Friday. Fairgoers would never know that just two years ago,
KWCH on MSN.com
7-16-2021
Kansas City health officials asks public to wear masks as COVID-19 cases rise
The number of COVID-19 cases is rising in the Kansas City area. Public health leaders are using that data and asking people to once again wear masks outside and in public places. A spokesperson for the KC Health Department tells the Kansas City Star that recommendations will be forthcoming,
WNDU on MSN.com
7-16-2021
Beacon Health System requiring employees to get fully vaccinated against COVID-19
Beacon Health System announced that it will require everyone employed by the health system or regularly working at a Beacon facility to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 1, 2021. This comes after numerous other health systems in Michiana announced similar requirements.
News-Press NOW
7-16-2021
COVID-19 cases continue to rise locally causing concerns
COVID-19 cases are on the rise statewide and locally. This has the health department and many of those on the front lines concerned.
Petersburg Pilot
7-16-2021
Active COVID-19 case count rises to 10 in Petersburg
Petersburg Medical Center reports 10 active COVID-19 cases with one previous case being considered as recovered. Three additional cases have been confirmed in the past three days. All three cases are Petersburg residents who have been instructed to isolate ...
WTVM on MSN.com
7-16-2021
Chattahoochee Valley Community College hosts COVID-19 vaccination event
Chattahoochee Valley Community College is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination event today. The vaccination event is free to the public, and anyone 12 years or older can get the shot. The Pfizer vaccine is being distributed.
ColorLines
7-16-2021
COVID-19: Native Americans Are Vaccinated at the Highest Rate in the U.S.
A PBS article highlighted the “the successes—and challenges—of getting vaccines to urban Native American communities.”
NBC Olympics
7-16-2021
USA Basketball cancels men's exhibition against Australia due to COVID-19 concerns
The United States men's basketball team was expected to take on Australia in their second pre-Olympic exhibition Friday night, but that is no longer in the cards. Due to concerns over COVID-19, USA Basketball announced Thursday night that the exhibition has been cancelled out of an abundance of caution.
Ada Derana
7-16-2021
Sri Lanka receives over 1.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines from COVAX
A chartered plane arrived in Sri Lanka with more than 1.5 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine from the COVAX Facility. Donated by the United States, the 1,500,100 doses of the vaccine come to Sri Lanka under the dose-sharing mechanism of COVAX facility promote equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines across the globe.
Central Tibetan Administration
7-15-2021
68th Covid-19 briefing: sustained precautionary measures advised amidst appearance of delta variant
Dharamshala: Amidst the appearance of the delta variant of the COVID-19, even as the mass inoculation drive is in progress, which has led to the resultant declining cases in India, the task force committee appealed to the public to observe sustained preventive measures at the 68th Covid-19 briefing.
Southwest Times Record on MSN.com
7-15-2021
Franklin County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 32% of people fully vaccinated
Here's how many Franklin County residents have received the COVID-19 vaccine as of July 13, according to data.
KVUE on MSN.com
7-15-2021
Central Texas metro area sees 191% increase in COVID-19 case counts
The positivity rate across Travis, Williamson, Hays and Bastrop counties increased to 3.98% from 1.53% this past week.
Yahoo News Phillipines
7-15-2021
Foo Fighters Call Off Forum Reopening Show After Someone in Camp Contracts COVID-19
The Forum’s rock-christened return has been put on pause. The Inglewood arena was set to reopen with a Foo Fighters show on Saturday, but the band announced today that a COVID-19 case within their organization has led to the postponement of their show.
Voxy
7-14-2021
West Coast DHB invites remaining Group 3 Coasters to book their Covid-19 appointments
Letters inviting the remaining Group 3 Coasters to book appointments for their COVID-19 vaccination should start arriving in people’s letter boxes over the next few days. To date, well over a third of the estimated 9,
WMBF News on MSN.com
7-14-2021
DHEC says they’ve seen a 58% rise in COVID-19 cases over the past week
With just over 43% of South Carolinians fully vaccinated against COVID-19, DHEC says the rate of new infections is slowly on the rise. The agency said it saw a 7.5% increase in cases three weeks ago,
WVTM 13 on MSN.com
7-14-2021
Dozens of inmates at St. Clair County Jail in Ashville test positive for COVID-19
The St. Clair County Jail in Ashville is experiencing a COVID-19 outbreak after dozens of tests came back positive on Wednesday, according to a Facebook post by St. Clair County Sheriff Billy Murray.
Houma Courier
7-14-2021
Mistrial declared in Thibodaux murder case due to coronavirus concerns
A judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the case of a Thibodaux man accused of fatally shooting a Galliano resident in 2018 because of COVID-19 concerns.
The Intelligencer
7-14-2021
Bucks County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 48% of people fully vaccinated
Some 48% of people living in Bucks County are fully vaccinated as of July 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).
W magazine
7-14-2021
Olivia Rodrigo Wears Vintage Chanel To White House To Promote COVID-19 Vaccine
If you want to reach a young audience, who better to call in than Olivia Rodrigo? Indeed, President Joe Biden recruited Rodrigo to help encourage Zoomers and olds alike to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Making an appearance at the White House,
The Evening Sun
7-14-2021
Adams County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 38% of people fully vaccinated
Adams County has administered more than 39,015 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, as of July 13, according to data from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. That's up very slightly by 0.58% from the previous week's tally of 38,
The Center Square
7-14-2021
COVID-19 Delta variant slightly increases in West Virginia, but overall cases keep dropping
Although overall COVID-19 cases continue to drop in West Virginia, cases from the Delta variant are starting to increase despite remaining low.
Arizona Sports
7-14-2021
Phoenix Rising’s match away to Oakland postponed due to COVID-19
Phoenix Rising's match away to Oakland on Wednesday has been postponed to Aug. 25 due to positive COVID-19 cases within Roots' camp.
Arizona Sports
7-14-2021
Phoenix Rising’s match away to Oakland suspended due to COVID-19
Phoenix Rising FC's match away to Oakland Roots SC on Wednesday has been suspended due to positive COVID-19 cases within Oakland's camp.
4029tv.com on MSN.com
7-14-2021
1,476 new known cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas
Arkansas again reported its highest one-day increase in known cases of coronavirus in months. The Department of Health reported 1,476 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, July 13. This is more than Thursday's 1,
Herald Democrat on MSN.com
7-14-2021
Grayson County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 33% of people fully vaccinated
That's up 1.06% from the previous week's tally of 81,469 COVID-19 doses administered. In Grayson County, 33% of people living in Grayson County are fully vaccinated as of July 13. 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).
Times Record News
7-14-2021
Wichita County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 33% of people fully vaccinated
That's up very slightly by 0.99% from the previous week's tally of 84,142 COVID-19 doses administered. In Wichita County, 33% of people living in Wichita County are fully vaccinated as of July 13. 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).
Cambs Times 24
7-14-2021
Hospital to keep Covid rules beyond July 19 easing
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn has confirmed it will be keeping its current Covid rules in place beyond July 19.
Britannica
7-14-2021
What Uganda has got wrong – and right – in its struggle to contain COVID-19
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni tightened restrictions in the country following a worrying rise in COVID-19 infections and deaths. The new stringent measures included a 42-day lockdown and restrictions on the movement of people.
pageone
7-14-2021
PH Active Covid-19 Cases Down To 46K
An additional 5,840 patients have beaten the Covid-19, pushing the country's overall recovery count to 1,408,634 on Tuesday.
KWQC on MSN.com
7-13-2021
Rock Island County Health Dept. on Zach Johnson COVID-19 Positivity, “This can affect anybody”
Less than 24 hours before stepping off the course at TPC Deere Run at the John Deere Classic, Zach Johnson announced he had tested positive for COVID-19. In a report by ESPN, Johnson got his COVID test prior to boarding a charter flight from the JDC to the British Open this weekend.
The Diplomat
7-13-2021
China Tightens Border Controls as COVID-19 Surges in Myanmar
China is imposing further controls over its winding frontier with Myanmar as its scrambles to contain a COVID-19 outbreak in bordering regions. Over the weekend, the Chinese government tightened controls in parts of Yunnan bordering Myanmar one week starting Sunday,
4029tv.com
7-13-2021
ADH identifies number of 'breakthrough' COVID-19 cases
Doctors say, yes, you can still get COVID-19, even if you are fully vaccinated, but they say you won't have as serious symptoms and your risk of being hospitalized or dying are lower than if you aren't vaccinated.
KFVS12 on MSN.com
7-12-2021
Carter Co. Health Center reports 10 new cases of COVID-19
The Carter County Health Center reported 10 new cases of COVID-19, as of Monday, July 12. They According to the health center, there were 18 active cases of the virus in the county. They continued to stress the importance of getting vaccinated.
WZZM on MSN.com
7-12-2021
Grand Rapids to distribute grants for small businesses affected by COVID-19
The grants are intended to cover the cost of business updates due to COVID-19 protocol, such as additional technology, outdoor furniture, fixtures and equipment.
Human Events
7-12-2021
Wuhan Lab Director Ordered Staff to Hush Up on COVID-19, Per State Department Cable
In January of 2020, the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology ordered staff to “not discuss COVID-19,” according to a blog post
Railway Technology
7-12-2021
RMT asks UK politicians to delay easing Covid-19 measures
T (RMT) has asked UK PM Boris Johnson, to protect transport workers by keeping in place certain Covid-19 restrictions on social contact. In a letter addressed to Johnson as well as Welsh and Scottish First Ministers Mark Drakeford and Nicola Sturgeon,
Beatrice Daily Sun
7-12-2021
COVID-19 cluster identified in Jefferson County
Public Health Solutions has reported a small cluster outbreak of positive COVID-19 cases in Jefferson County. The health department that oversees five counties in southeast Nebraska announced that 13 cases have been identified using rapid antigen testing.
WFAE
7-12-2021
NC Zoo Will Start Vaccinating Animals For COVID-19
Staff members at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro say they're expecting a shipment of experimental COVID-19 vaccines specially designed for animals this month, allowing them to start vaccinating some of the animals in their care.
WXII 12 Greensboro-Winston-Salem on MSN.com
7-12-2021
King City Powwow chair encourages COVID-19 vaccines ahead of and during event
The 5th annual King City Powwow is still over a month away. It’s where various Native American nations come together to showcase their culture. This year, there’s an effort to get more Native Americans vaccinated,
KTOE
7-12-2021
Changes being made to how COVID-19 information reported in Minnesota
Changes are being made to how COVID-19 information is reported in Minnesota.  Health officials now say coronavirus updates will no longer be provided on the weekend.  The DOH Situation Update page will still be renewed weekdays at 11 a.
AFP
7-12-2021
This video shows the bodies of people killed in a Bangladeshi road accident -- not Covid-19 victims
This video shows the bodies of people killed in a Bangladeshi road accident -- not Covid-19 victims. Published on 12/07/2021 at 05:38. Facebook posts have shared a video showing b
KSMU
7-12-2021
6th COVID-19 Unit Is Opening At Mercy Springfield As Hospitalizations Rise
Mercy Springfield is opening another COVID unit. Mercy Springfield CAO Erik Frederick said on Twitter they only needed five units last year. He said there
WTVY on MSN.com
7-12-2021
COVID-19 Vaccines available at ESCC, Alabama Aviation College Starting Today
Enterprise State Community College (ESCC) will be sponsoring a vaccination clinic along with the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The PIE News
7-12-2021
ALTO reveals Covid-19 trend barometer
ALTO has launched its trends barometer on ALTOtrends.com to ensure providers across the international education sector have the most up-to-date data required to make informed decisions. The tool allows education providers to record their in-person arrival data on a weekly basis,
Inter Press Service
7-12-2021
What Impact Would Covid-19 Bring for eCommerce in the Next 5 Years?
Retail giants like Walmart and Target had already heavily invested in eCommerce before COVID-19. This pre-equipped them with enough resources and accelerated sales by a great margin. As a result, these early hints were enough to spark an idea of increased digitization in the coming years.
chosun.com
7-11-2021
Korea Struggles to Contain Coronavirus Surge
Tougher lockdown rules kicked in on Monday banning all gatherings and forcing businesses to close again amid a surge of coronavirus infections. The World Health Organization has warned that the rapid spread of the Delta variant could result in a "dangerous" autumn around the world this year.
WCVB Boston on MSN.com
7-11-2021
Churches in Somerville hold COVID-19 vaccination clinics
The city of Somerville set up three COVID-19 vaccination clinics in local churches on Sunday. Clinics were held at Holy Bible Baptist Church on College Avenue, St. Anthony's Parish on Properzi Way and the Brazilian Presbyterian Church on School Street as part of "Somerville Vaccine Day.
Fairfax County, Virginia
7-11-2021
HHS to Expand Access to COVID-19 Vaccines for Older Adults and People with Disabilities
The Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) is available to people with disabilities looking for assistance in scheduling their COVID-19 vaccination and finding accessible transportation to the appointment.
Rugbypass
7-11-2021
Siya Kolisi among latest Springboks to test positive for coronavirus
South Africa captain Siya Kolisi is among a fresh group of players to test positive for coronavirus as the Springboks face more
What Culture
7-11-2021
Kota Ibushi Misses NJPW Summer Struggle Night 2
With New Japan Pro Wrestling's Summer Struggle Night 2 having taken place earlier today, one huge name missing from the show was Kota Ibushi. As per the Wrestling Observer, Ibushi was pulled from today's card due to side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Sun News
7-11-2021
Florida reports rise in coronavirus cases over the past week
Florida health officials reported an increase in COVID-19 cases and a higher test positivity rate over the past week.
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
7-11-2021
NY uptick in COVID-19 cases as vaccination rates slowly rise
New York is seeing an uptick in COVID-19 cases as vaccination rates slowly rise, according to the state's latest data released Saturday.
KSNB Local4 on MSN.com
7-10-2021
CDHD patients receive meat for receiving COVID-19 vaccine
A meat company at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic gave away a special gift to those who came and got a shot Saturday. The JBS Beef Plant was out at the Central District Health Department and handing out 10-pounds of ground beef to any patient who got a dosage of the vaccine in the drive-thru clinic between 8 a.
Inside The Pinstripes on FanNation on MSN.com
7-10-2021
Yankees Place Jonathan Loaisiga on COVID-19 Injured List
Loaisiga has been pitching his way to a career year out of the Yankees' bullpen. Now, who knows how many games he'll miss due to health and safety protocols
KFYR TV
7-10-2021
Engagement ring sales soar as US rebounds from COVID-19
Price Blanchard, an executive vice president with the Shane Co., a privately held jeweler, told CNN business sales of both engagement rings and wedding bands are on the rise. In addition, nuptials that were postponed due to the pandemic are also taking place as family and friends are able to gather again in person.
OncLive.com
7-10-2021
Patients With Urological Cancer and COVID-19 Undergoing Elective Surgery at Higher Risk for Mortality
Patients with a urological cancer who were also infected with COVID-19 and undergoing elective surgery for their disease, were found to have a significantly higher likelihood of experiencing respiratory complications and mortality than those without the virus.
Charlotte Observer on MSN.com
7-10-2021
SC DHEC reports 1,097 COVID-19 cases, five deaths in week | Charlotte Observer
It’s the second week in a row that South Carolina state health officials reported an increase in new coronavirus cases.
Bulawayo 24
7-10-2021
Professor Sheunesu Mupepereki dies of COVID-19
Renowned academic, Professor Sheunesu Mupepereki has died. A professor, and senior academic at the University of Zimbabwe, Mupepereki died on Friday from
Crux
7-10-2021
47 at Northern California shelter infected with coronavirus
A total of 47 residents at a homeless shelter in Northern California have tested positive for the delta variant of the coronavirus, officials said.
SBI Soccer
7-10-2021
Guatemala replaces Curacao at Gold Cup following COVID-19 outbreak
Concacaf Gold Cup is set to get underway on Saturday night and one National Team has had to leave the competition due to an outbreak of COVID-19 within the squad. Concacaf announced
News/Talk KZRG
7-10-2021
Kansas sees surge in new COVID-19 fueled by delta variant
Kansas has reported its biggest surge in COVID-19 cases in more than three months with the faster-spreading delta variant becoming a growing
Harrison Daily Times
7-10-2021
COVID-19 cases spiking in state, Boone County
COVID-19 cases spiking in state, Boone County Local health officials are urging caution as COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Boone County and the region. As of Friday morning, the state
Jets Wire on MSN.com
7-10-2021
MetLife Stadium releases updated COVID-19 protocols
The Jets and Giants will play in front of fans this offseason, but MetLife Stadium changed a few of its policies to ensure the safety of those who attend and work on game days. The stadium already
The Daily Journal on MSN.com
7-10-2021
LETTER: Choosing to get the COVID-19 vaccine
I was vaccinated for COVID-19 earlier this year. Since then I’ve experienced no COVID-related symptoms or side effects whatsoever as a result of the vaccine. So I can personally attest to the fact that it is safe and effective.
12 NEWS on MSN.com
7-9-2021
Beaumont Public Health Department's recent data release shows uptick in COVID-19 cases
Beaumont Public Health director Kenneth Coleman attributes the uptick to a lack of residents being vaccinated.
Northwestern Media
7-9-2021
COVID-19 hospitalizations remain low, but Wisconsin health officials warn delta variant could change that
The Associated Press reported last week that nearly all COVID deaths are occurring among the unvaccinated population in the United States.
Diabetes Care
7-9-2021
Diabetes and COVID-19: Population Impact 18 Months Into the Pandemic
Eighteen months into the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (coronavirus disease 2019 [COVID-19]) pandemic, epidemiologic studies indicate that diabetes is a central contributor to severe COVID-19 morbidity,
VIN
7-9-2021
COVID-19 and Animal Visitation Programs
Not surprisingly, they were largely stopped during COVID-19 pandemic, but many are now gearing up again. What’s the risk of animal visitation programs? The main issue isn’t the animals (at least when it comes to dogs),
WFYI
7-9-2021
Schools Must Decide On COVID-19 Restrictions After State Mandates End
Indiana is no longer requiring K-12 schools to implement any COVID-19 precautions or restrictions. State health officials say those decisions must now be made at the local level.
The Washington Informer
7-9-2021
Second Virginia Child Dies From COVID-19
A second child in Virginia younger than 10 has died of COVID-19, the state’s health department announced Thursday.
The Source Magazine
7-9-2021
Tyson Fury Tests Positive for COVID-19, Fight with Deontay Wilder Postponed
The Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder trilogy fight set for July 24 will be pushed back. The champ has contracted COVID-19
Chico Enterprise-Record
7-9-2021
With ‘Delta’ COVID-19 variant in Butte County, Chico State holding third vaccine clinic
Chico State has partnered with Rite Aid pharmacy and the two will host a third COVID-19 vaccine clinic from 10 a.m. to 4:30 on Tuesday at the Bell Memorial Union Auditorium at Chico State.
World Airline News
7-9-2021
American Airlines to distribute COVID-19 vaccine globally
As part of the White House initiative to share at least 80 million U.S. vaccine doses globally this summer, American Airlines moved 1.5 million
BollywoodShaadis
7-9-2021
Rahul Vaidya Reveals How COVID-19 Became A Blessing For His And GF, Disha Parmar's Wedding
Rahul Vaidya and Disha Parmar are all set to tie the knot. Now, in an interview, Rahul revealed how COVID-19 became a blessing for their wedding!
The GW Hatchet
7-8-2021
Fourth of July Metro ridership reaches highest level since COVID-19 pandemic
More than 210,000 people rode the Metrorail on Independence Day, the most in a single day since last March before the COVID-19 outbreak
WXXV 25
7-8-2021
Memorial Offers Additional COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Locations
Memorial is continuing to encourage community members to get the COVID-19 vaccine, particularly as the MS State Department of Health has discovered the delta variant of the COVID-19 virus present in Mississippi.
Case Western Reserve University
7-8-2021
Important COVID-19 Update: Quarantine Protocols
As we noted in our earlier communication to incoming first-year and transfer students, we are grateful to all of you
Jacksonville Daily News
7-8-2021
Onslow County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 21% of people fully vaccinated
That's up very slightly by 0.95% from the previous week's tally of 83,487 COVID-19 doses administered. In Onslow County, 21% of people living in Onslow County are fully vaccinated as of July 6. 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).
The Star Press on MSN.com
7-8-2021
Delaware County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 37% of people fully vaccinated
That's up very slightly by 0.91% from the previous week's tally of 86,451 COVID-19 doses administered. In Delaware County, 37% of people living in Delaware County are fully vaccinated as of July 4. 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).
Times Online on MSN.com
7-8-2021
Beaver County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 41% of people fully vaccinated
Some 41% of people living in Beaver County are fully vaccinated as of July 6, 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).
Times Online on MSN.com
7-8-2021
Allegheny County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 52% of people fully vaccinated
Here's how many Allegheny County residents have received the COVID-19 vaccine as of July 6, according to data.
Journal Inquirer
7-8-2021
Connecticut to stop daily reporting of COVID-19 deaths
Connecticut health officials say they will no longer provide daily updates on the number of people who have died in the state from COVID-19-related causes.
Public Opinion on MSN.com
7-7-2021
Franklin County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 33% of people fully vaccinated
Some 33% of people living in Franklin County are fully vaccinated as of July 6, 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).
Chippewa Herald
7-7-2021
No COVID-19 related deaths in Wisconsin Wednesday
Chippewa County announced one new active case of COVID-19 Wednesday, raising the total positive cases to 7,519 countywide to date (fewer than 20 cases currently considered active). No new ...
Farmington Daily Times
7-7-2021
San Juan County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 50% of people fully vaccinated
Some 50% of people living in San Juan County are fully vaccinated as of July 6, according to data from the New Mexico 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).
Businessworld
7-7-2021
Ascott pledges INR 15 Lakhs to support covid-19 relief efforts in India
Through the ‘One Day for India’ initiative, 235 staff from 13 Ascott properties in six countries and eight cities across the Middle East, Turkey and India voluntarily donated one full day’s salary in support of the beneficiaries of Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister’s COVID-19 Relief Fund.
BT
7-7-2021
Steve Cotterill felt he came back too soon from Covid-19 and pneumonia
Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill feels he came back to work too soon last season following Covid-19 and pneumonia, which saw him have two spells in hospital. The 56-year-old spent time in intensive care after initially testing positive for coronavirus on January 1.
HTR Media
7-7-2021
Manitowoc's Clipper City Co-op faces hurdles after COVID-19 pandemic | Streetwise
Clipper City Co-op supporters need money and financial expertise to launch plans for a downtown market in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
7-7-2021
Local briefs: No new COVID-19 cases on Palouse
Zero new cases of COVID-19 were reported by local health agencies Tuesday. Latah County’s total case count remained at 3,212, including 3,047 confirmed and 165 probable cases, according to Public Health-Idaho North Central District’s website.
Jonesboro KAIT on MSN.com
7-6-2021
ICUs prepare for surge of COVID-19 cases
The delta variant of the COVID-19 virus is spreading across the country and into Region 8.Don Howard, an ICU intensivist at St. Bernards, has been on the frontlines of the pandemic since its inception.
NBC Connecticut on MSN.com
7-6-2021
Quinnipiac University Releases New COVID-19 Protocols
Quinnipiac University has updated its COVID-19 protocols. As of today, people who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors, but those who are not vaccinated must continue to wear masks when indoors.
WITN on MSN.com
7-6-2021
COVID-19 vaccine clinic to be held at Eastern Carolina Vocational Center
The Pitt County Health Department says they are working with the Eastern Carolina Vocational Center (ECVC) to host a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic Wednesday for employees and the Pitt County community.