Sacramento CA area may get vaccine, COVID shutdown this week

The COVID-19 clock is ticking in Sacramento toward two major moments this week.

Health officials on Monday said they suspect they will have to announce the shutdown of further businesses by the end of this week or early next week – this time restaurants, hair salons and barbers – as the capital region struggles to stem an increasing number of COVID-19 hospitalizations.

However, the end of the week could also

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Incredible views make Trillium Lake a classic winter hike on Mount Hood

Even if you’ve never been to Trillium Lake, you’ve probably seen a few pictures of it.

The scenic lake on the flanks of Mount Hood – home to one of the most iconic views of the mountain – is a summer destination for campers and boaters, replaced by cross-country skiers and snowshoers once the snow starts to fall.

By mid-fall, the road that leads to Trillium Lake is closed to

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Bay County health officials confirm hundreds of new COVID-19 cases in the past week

Bay County, Fla. (Press Release) –

Today, the Florida Department of Health in Bay County (DOH-Bay) issued a weekly update on COVID-19. The percent positivity for new cases in Bay County residents has increased from 8.57 for the week of November 21 to 10.97 percent for the week for November 27. The COVID-19 daily reports continue to be updated daily and the Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard also continues

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Japan’s Super Nintendo World Looks Amazing, Sure, But Also Kind Of Small

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Yes, we can all probably agree that the upcoming Super Nintendo World looks incredible. On the inside, it’s amazing, but on the outside, it looks somewhat small.

This is something that we’ve previously heard. When Bloomberg’s Kurumi Mori checked

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Financial outlook remains grim for Lemon Grove

The city of Lemon Grove will exhaust its savings within five years and be unable to pay its bills, according to a report given last week to the City Council.

The funds, known as reserves or surplus, are critical to a city to meet unexpected expenses. The city was already struggling to make ends meet because of falling revenues and rising public safety costs. Then the pandemic hit. And that

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Election battles heat up in the Peach State

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) – With less than a month until the Jan. 5 Senate runoff election in Georgia, the president paid a visit to the Peach State, some of the candidates faced off in a debate and state officials defended the election process.

Here’s a look at some of the latest developments:

Trump visits Valdosta

President Donald Trump hit the campaign trail to stump for votes for Republican incumbent Sens. 

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Article about tourism by The Free Dictionary

the practice of traveling (whether on foot or by other means) as a leisure-time activity and a form of recreation.

Tourism is the most effective means of satisfying recreational needs; combining a variety of recreational activities, it fulfills such goals as the recovery of health, enrichment of knowledge, and restoration of one’s productive capacity. Tourism contributes to health maintenance, physical education, and the intellectual, cultural, and social development of the

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