Beginning at 8:15 a.m. on Monday, Vermonters age 50 and older will be able to make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine. Going online to is the fastest way to make an appointment, and there are enough slots at sites throughout Vermont for everyone who is eligible, the state […]

With Spring Break here for many students and summer vacation just around the corner, many health agencies are still saying people should avoid travel because of the risk of getting and spreading COVID-19.  With that in mind, I know many people are making plans to travel once they’re fully vaccinated. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) wants to make sure you […]

Denmark’s government said Wednesday it is joining forces with businesses to develop a digital passport that would show whether people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, allowing them to travel and help ease restrictions on public life. Finance Minister Morten Boedskov told a news conference that “in three, four months, […]

With online registrations largely available only through individual providers, some seniors and their loved ones raced to sign up for openings that begin Monday. They refreshed Web pages, tested every link, and waited for hours, often to no avail. They described outdated information pages and glitchy websites that put them […]

LAKE COUNTY, Fla. – It was a busy New Year’s Eve day outside the Cooper Memorial Library in Clermont where people 65 or older waited in their cars to get their Covid-19 immunization shot. The majority of people had made an appointment by phone–but for others like 68-year-old Ken Wilde, […]

Thousands of truckers endured Christmas Eve stranded near a major British port, ensnared in the chaos unleashed by a new coronavirus strain, as Western nations accelerated vaccination programmes. European nations on Wednesday had started easing travel bans on Britain to contain a new coronavirus strain that UK officials believe spreads […]

A woman wearing a protective mask passes by the bleachers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic BMX course Monday, Dec. 7, 2020, in Tokyo. Kiichiro Sato AP BERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel’s chief of staff says he expects coronavirus vaccinations to start in Germany “in the very first days” of the […]