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A worker prepares materials for vaccination at University Hospital’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey, U.S., December 15, 2020.
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Rutgers University will require students returning to campus this fall to prove they’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19, becoming one of the first institutions in the U.S. to mandate the immunizations.
Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway announced the change Thursday, saying in
BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Gov. Phil Scott says he hopes Vermont can return to normal by July 4. But big events and concerts take months of planning. So is there still enough time to line some up for this spring and summer?
Current guidelines only allow up to two unvaccinated people or households to gather at one time. A concert or festival could never meet that standard. But with neighboring
Patients stream steadily into the Covid vaccine center that Todd Engle can almost touch from his West Virginia backyard. But like scores of other Republican voters, force would likely be required to get a dose into his arm.
Many of the party’s millions of supporters are among the nation’s most vaccine-skeptical people, which experts see as a dangerous barrier to finally taming the virus that has killed more than 540,000
After a year’s hiatus because of the statewide stay-at-home order, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival returns in April to offer acres of bright flowers — a pretty sign of spring and, this year, hope for the beginning of the end of the pandemic.
But COVID-19 remains, along with health and safety rules.
So, if you want to get an up-close look at the large gardens operated by Tulip Town and
WESTPORT — First Selectman Jim Marpe still remembers standing on the steps outside of town hall a year ago — maskless and surrounded by other officials — announcing schools and various aspects of town government would have to close.
COVID-19 had come to Westport.… Read More
There’s been no shortage of woeful tales about the fate of performance venues during the COVID-19 pandemic. “First to close, last to reopen” has been a common refrain heard during gatherings of arts advocates, but for the historic Campbell Heritage Theatre that may prove more true than most.
The Campbell City Council on Tuesday night is considering a series of mid-year budget adjustments in response to the pandemic — a
Washington — The Senate is beginning debate over President Biden’son Friday morning, kicking off a flurry of activity aimed at getting a final bill to the president’s desk before several key relief programs expire on March 14.
The 628-page bill enjoys support from all 50 Senate Democrats, but Republicans are aiming to make its passage as difficult as possible by forcing votes on dozens
Diane Norman lost her memory twice.
The first time, it disappeared in bits and pieces. She forgot where she left her purse, searching for it dozens of times a day. She forgot how to cook and how to pay the bills. She forgot people who were fixtures in her life.
Then, last year, she lost it again when the pandemic kept her away from her husband — the keeper of
In the wave of cancellations, postponements, and restrictions that have come duringthe global COVID-19 pandemic in the past year, the arts community has been hit particularly hard.
Now a leading arts-supporting agency in Columbia is launching a campaign to urge the public to do its part in slowing the spread of COVID-19, so that artists and venues can get fully back to work.
One Columbia for Arts and Culture, an
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As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations still remain high, you’re being told being outdoors is better than indoors, by doctors like me. But is it safe to go outside? How do you know you won’t get the virus? How do you become infected with COVID-19? What can you do to stay safe? As a doctor, I’m asked these questions all the time. Here are the top ways to avoid catching coronavirus.
To put it mildly, 2020 was a tremendously challenging and difficult year for elected officials and their respective constituents across the nation.
The COVID-19 pandemic created a multitude of serious issues for area residents and the officials representing them, starting with the obvious major health-related concerns, which eventually impacted the economy, education, employment and much more.
State Rep. Pam Snyder, D-Jefferson, recently reflected on the tumultuous year for the residents
Restaurant and bar owners who have been pushing to be allowed to welcome more customers inside their businesses got a bit of relief Wednesday when Gov. Phil Murphy expanded indoor capacity from 25% to 35%.
Murphy also lifted the 10 p.m. curfew for restaurants and bars to serve customers inside. The loosening of restrictions takes effect Friday — just in time for the Super Bowl on Sunday and 11 months
New Jersey’s strict capacity limits for restaurants, gyms and other businesses because of the coronavirus pandemic will increase Friday from 25% to 35% as the outbreak in the state continues to slow and vaccination efforts increase, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday.
Murphy, citing declining hospitalizations, a gradual decrease in new daily case numbers and the lowered rate of transmission of the virus, as reasons why certain businesses can increase indoor
arly efforts to boost registrations among Dallas’ Black and Hispanic communities have yet to produce more equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccine, new data obtained by The Dallas Morning News shows.
Six out of every 10 city residents who have enrolled for the shot with the Dallas County health department through Jan. 24 were white, according to data obtained Thursday. That’s twice the rate of the city’s overall white population.