Vaccination appointments in Lake County

Lake County to begin vaccination appointments



HOW THINGS WENT TODAY. >> HOW WAS THAT? >> SIMPLE AND EASY. >> AWESOME, PERFECT. >> DAY TWO OF VACCINATIONS IN LAKE COUNTY WAS SMOOTHER SAILING. WEDNESDAY, SEAS WERE ROUGH. WEDNESDAY, THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCED ON TV VACCINES WOU BE AVAILABLE IN 30 MINUTES, FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. CONFUSION AND CONGESTION ENSUED. >>

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Things to know before you go to winter recreation resorts this winter

MICH. (WJMN) – Michigan, especially the Upper Peninsula, is known to be a winter wonderland with a plethora of options for outdoor activities.

With COVID-19, Pure Michigan’s Vice President Dave Lorenz offers some tips and advice on how to prepare before heading to the slopes or trails.

“One of the things that everyone needs to know is you should know before you go. Make sure you’re doing things like ordering

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O’Fallon IL man passes away due to COVID-19 complications

Community leader Greg Yank is being remembered as a doer and a dreamer, making a difference in the quality of countless lives. And his impact will be lasting, say friends and colleagues.

The O’Fallon, region and worldwide Rotary communities are mourning the loss of Yank, 74, who died Jan. 5 at the Missouri Baptist Medical Center in St. Louis from complications related to COVID-19.

His motto was: “Giving back is

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Most Popular Restaurants That Won’t Reopen After The Pandemic

The long-predicted pandemic-fueled dark days of winter are upon us, and as COVID-19 cases spike around the country and the death toll continues to rise, the economic situation gets worse and worse. Some 140,000 nonfarm payroll jobs were lost in December, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in its early January Employment Situation Summary.



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The loss was much higher in

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Study finds risk factors linked to COVID-19 mental health impacts for college students

Study finds risk factors linked to COVID-19 mental health impacts for college students
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A study of students at seven public universities across the United States has identified risk factors that may place students at higher risk for negative psychological impacts related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Factors associated with greater risk of negative impacts include the amount of time students spend on screens each day, their gender, age and other characteristics.

Research has shown many college students faced

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