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Category: Covid-19

Two years after COVID-19 swept across the globe and was declared a pandemic, outbreaks are receding again. While COVID-19 is still a pandemic, Americans may begin to become familiar...

Jesse Boshears was diagnosed with COVID-19 just before he was to start football training with Arkansas Tech in June 2021. Jesse Boshears was diagnosed with COVID-19 just before he...

BELLEVUE, Neb. (WOWT / Gray News) – Three dozen active pilots have filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for members of the...

Two years have passed since the first case of COVID-19 was discovered in Connecticut. The first case was announced on March 8, 2020. It would not be long before...

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – As some are facing discharge for their choice not to be vaccinated against COVID-19, 36 pilots have filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration. Tuesday,...

An infection from the coronavirus can lead to major changes in brainincluding loss of gray matter and tissue damage, according to a enjoy large study. Driver news: The study...

As community-level COVID-19 infection levels continue to decline, Fauquier Health announced on March 4 that visiting restrictions for the emergency department, family birth center, and inpatients on the second...

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Camden County Department of Health announces 19 new positive cases of COVID-19 which took place on March 8th In addition, 8 cases were detected through...

Habitat for Humanity in Greenville County has been a driving force for affordable home ownership since the chapter opened in 1984. Although it has recently experienced challenges from the...

Video: Study sheds more light on the effectiveness of COVID-19 tests in the home All US households are now eligible to order four additional COVID-19 tests from COVIDtests.gov. When...