Last summer in Berlin, Christine Wagner could safely do something Covid-19 prevented much of the world’s population from doing: go to a movie theater. The possibility of strangers sitting together, indoors, for hours, taking off masks to eat popcorn and other snacks, led even big chains like AMC to shut […]

Los Angeles County is expecting an uptick in its supply of COVID-19 vaccines this week, providing a welcome boost to the region’s inoculation efforts. The county’s latest allocation, pegged at approximately 362,000 doses, is up nearly 39,000 from last week, according to the Department of Public Health. That number is […]

DHEC clinics and vaccination sites in Aiken, Barnwell, Edgefield, Chester, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lancaster, Lexington, Newberry, Saluda, Richland, and York counties COLUMBIA, S.C. — The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is providing regular updates for COVID-19 vaccine clinics and testing opportunities in your region. This information for […]

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WKRN) — Middle Tennessee State University announced it will resume its COVID-19 vaccine clinic after shutting down to pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  After opening Monday, the special clinic shut down Tuesday and Wednesday, in accordance with the recent recommendation by the Centers for Disease Control and […]

Yosemite National Park is bringing back visitor reservations this summer. On Thursday, park officials announced that Yosemite will be limiting the number of visitors by implementing a day-use reservation system. “The temporary day-use reservation system will allow the park to manage visitation levels to reduce risks associated with exposure to […]

Stanislaus County added 245 case of COVID-19, the most in several weeks, but it resulted from a lag in reporting. “Today’s cases include delayed laboratory results that were batch reported,” said the online dashboard for the Health Services Agency. The county now has 52,913 positive tests, 516,850 negative test results […]

A batch of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine failed quality standards and can’t be used, the drug giant said Wednesday. The drugmaker didn’t say how many doses were lost, and it wasn’t clear how the problem would impact future deliveries. A vaccine ingredient made by Emergent BioSolutions — one of […]

Grace Barbic  |  Capitol News Illinois SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Education Association, one of the largest teacher unions in the state, on Tuesday released its third annual state of education report examining attitudes towards public education in Illinois. The poll, conducted by Normington Petts and Next Generation Strategies, surveyed 1,000 […]

Although coronavirus vaccines are being distributed throughout the U.S. and life is expected to slowly start getting back to normal in 2021, we are still quite a while from the old status quo. That is, if life ever truly returns to normal after living and working at a distance for […]

Text size People eat in Jerusalem’s main market after authorities reopened restaurants, bars, and cafes to people who have proof that they were vaccinated. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP via Getty Images Israel has fully vaccinated more than half its population, getting shots in arms at a pace that is far ahead of […]

Considering camping in Maine this summer? The 2021 campground season is shaping up to be similar to last year. But if it’s been a bit since you last camped, you’ll likely notice a few changes. According to state guidelines, campers should wear face coverings while in public settings and maintain […]

Several years ago, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez released an overview of the Green New Deal that mentioned guaranteeing “economic security” for people who are “unable or unwilling to work.” When conservative critics noticed those last three words, they pounced. Fox News waxed poetic about the “dignity of work” and Breitbart sneered at the “self-described Democratic Socialist” whose […]

Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines in Washington state on Friday, March 19. COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanding to 2 million more people March 31 in Washington state COVID-19 vaccine eligibility will expand to include anyone 60 and older and people working in congregate settings, including restaurant […]