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LAX Rapid COVID Testing

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) now offers guests two types of COVID-19 tests in the terminal area at three testing locations, the primary lab across from Terminal 6 and two satellite locations in Terminal 2 and the other in the Tom Bradley International Terminal. The tests are provided by Clarity Labs and processed in a state-of-the-art, on-site laboratory, providing a convenient and safe option for testing

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Austin releases new plans about safely holding indoor, outdoor events again during COVID-19 pandemic

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The City of Austin is sharing new guidance that will serve as a “starting point” for its own departments and other businesses to begin safely holding events again during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The Austin Center for Events launched a new website Friday, which provides a comprehensive list of information about COVID-19 health and safety recommendations for indoor venues as well as new outdoor special event permit

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Get Outside and Safely Visit a National Park

Expansive vistas, serene lakes, abundant wildlife and good old fresh air — what’s not to love about national parks? So many Americans have taken refuge in parks during the pandemic that 15 of them set recreation visitation records in 2020. All of the parks have adjusted their operations as a result of Covid-19, and with social-distancing protocols still in place almost a year later, there could be competition for campsites,

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South Plainfield Rec to Welcome Youth Safely Back onto the Courts and Mats

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Last week, Gov. Phil Murphy gave the green light for indoor sports to resume in the Garden State, effective Jan. 2, and, on a local level, the South Plainfield Department of Recreation is gearing up for a winter season that includes the return of both youth basketball and wrestling.

“We are excited to be able to get kids back into the gym and playing sports and,

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New Land Bridge Opens To Help Wildlife, People Safely Cross Texas Parkway

Two portions of a San Antonio park previously separated by a six-lane highway are now connected by a bridge meant to make life easier for both wildlife and human visitors.

The Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge opened to the public Friday, according to the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department. The bridge, built over Wurzbach Parkway, connects two portions of the 330-acre Phil Hardberger Park. The park is

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What’ s New and How to Safely Enjoy North Lake Tahoe This Winter

New and familiar experiences in North Lake Tahoe have been bolstered by significant investments designed to ensure the health and safety for residents and visitors.

NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (PRWEB) November 11, 2020

The resilient businesses and communities that make up the North Lake Tahoe region are prepared to welcome visitors this winter with a variety of outdoor activities that provide an opportunity to take a deep breath, spread out

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San Diegans reminded to celebrate Halloween safely during COVID-19

Halloween is not canceled it’s just a little different this year. There are still plenty of ways to celebrate safely.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, California — As San Diego County heads into a Halloweekend, public health officials are urging members of the public to practice COVID-19 protocols — including avoiding large gatherings such as Halloween parties and door-to-door trick-or-treating.

“These activities involve face-to-face interactions with people from different households,” said Dr.

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Voting safely: How to protect yourself from Covid-19 while casting your ballot | News Headlines

(CNN) — Are you ready to make your mark on history? When you exercise your right to vote on November 3, you will have done something that no American has done for more than 50 years: voted during a deadly pandemic.

The “Hong Kong flu” hit the United States in September 1968, and while it ultimately killed more than 100,000 Americans over the next two years, the impact on the

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Can you safely go on vacation amid coronavirus? And other burning travel questions we asked an expert

With COVID-19 cases rising in popular vacation spots, should people be going on vacation?

They can, but with the same precautions you would be taking if you were home, said Dr. Keith Armitage, medical director of the University Hospitals Roe Green Center for Travel Medicine & Global Health in Cleveland. Before COVID-19, the travel center mainly assisted people traveling internationally to ensure they were prepared (such as vaccines) for travel.

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