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Nov 01 2023
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - Building a plane while flying it—that’s how one expert testifier described the work of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic at a Nebraska legislative hearing on Wednesday. It was an experience that caught the world and Nebraska medical professionals completely off guard, so now, state leaders are trying to bring together the lessons learned and weigh the state’s responseKOLN
Jul 22 2020
The COVID-19 health crisis and associated economic fallout have dominated the nation’s news agenda since March. That makes sense, of course, given that the virus has claimed more than 140,000 lives. The crisis has challenged the news industry in many ways, as news editors and producers try to figure out how to keep the public informed as the nation navigates its way forward. The COVID-19 storyGuest Writer - Right
Sep 25 2023
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (PRESS RELEASE) -Appointments are now open for the Teton County Health Department’s Seasonal Clinic offering the updated COVID-19 and Flu vaccines. Appointments will be needed to receive an updated COVID-19 and/or a Flu vaccine and can be made by visiting http://www.tetoncountywy.gov/CovidVax. The seasonal clinic, located at 520 S. Highway 89 next to Subway in the Target Plaza,Wyoming News Now
Jun 29 2020
When U.S. schools begin the next academic year with the country still fighting the coronavirus pandemic, students should spend half their time in classrooms and half doing online activities that pinpoint their individual learning style such as videos or reading.
That advice comes from Nimish Mathur, 17, and his team from DuPont Manual High School in Louisville, Kentucky.
May 28 2020
Governors such as Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, Andrew Cuomo of New York and Mike DeWine of Ohio have been the most high-profile politicians leading the country’s fight against the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. However, as effective as these governors have been, there is also a group of female African American mayors of large U.S. cities who also have been at the forefront of the battle whileChicago Defender
Apr 13 2021
The FDA and CDC’s call to pause Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout is a "strong argument for safety," Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House’s chief medical officer, said during a press briefing Tuesday. Fauci said the agencies raising the red flag on the one-dose vaccine after six cases of a rare, severe blood clot were reported among the 6.8 million recipients was a "testament" toFox News (Online News)
Nov 16 2023
The following is a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Idaho. BOISE – A federal jury in Boise convicted a Georgia woman Thursday for fraudulently obtaining and misusing a $338,958 Paycheck Protection Program loan that the Small Business Administration (SBA) guaranteed under the Coronavirus Relief Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. According to court documentsEast Idaho News
May 11 2023
The federal government formally ended its crisis response to a pandemic that has killed more than 1.1 million people in the U.S. and infected many millions more. Much of the country has moved on from the Covid-19 pandemic. Deaths have declined by 95%, and hospitalizations are down nearly 91% since January 2021. Still, public-health experts have said future surges are possible as the virusWall Street Journal (News)
Dec 19 2023
Jury deliberations in the Manuel Ellis case are set to restart for the second time in two days after a juror tested positive for COVID-19. Deliberations had just restarted on Monday for a separate incident. Court officials say an alternate juror stepped in when another juror had a family emergency, forcing the deliberations to restart. On Tuesday, the juror who has COVID-19 was relieved andFox 13 Seattle
Sep 13 2023
The idea that COVID-19 originated from a biolab rather than accidentally due to Wuhan eating habits was initially censored and denounced as being “against the science”. In reality, there were pitched battles going on among scientists (as is healthy and normal) over the likely origins and among agencies as well. Here’s how that split looked earlier this year. While the National IntelligenceFrontPage Magazine