“If we have vaccine available, certainly, and right now we have vaccine available so if someone were to walk up right now they could get a vaccine, but it depends on the time of day and number of appointments,” said Tim Smith, FEMA site manager […]
Day: April 6, 2021
As the premiere rental facility in Washington County, The Agricultural Education Center has been the region’s choice location for tractor pulls, sales, trade shows, corporation picnics and the Washington County Ag Expo Fair.
(CNN)California, the first state to implement a lockdown for the coronavirus pandemic, plans to fully reopen activities and businesses beginning June 15, state officials said Tuesday. CNN’s Jason Hanna, Kaitlan Collins, Naomi Thomas, Michael Nedelman, Deidre McPhillips, Jennifer Henderson, Nikki Carvajal and Jen Christensen contributed […]
ROCKY TOP, Tenn. (WATE) — A local church announced it will offer a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on April 10. The drive-up clinic, held by Main Street Baptist, will offer the Moderna vaccine, and it will begin at 10 a.m.
WASHINGTON—President Biden said Tuesday that all U.S. adults should be eligible for Covid-19 vaccines by April 19, speeding up a timeline he set out last month, as he urged Americans to be patient and take precautions as the rollout continues. Every state but Hawaii has […]
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Hot Water Comedy Club has cancelled its pilot event following inaccurate reports of it being involved in a Covid vaccine passport scheme (Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA) A comedy club has pulled out of a trial to test how venues can operate safely after it said the Government […]
An Ottawa-based company that developed a rapid COVID-19 testing device says it has filed for creditor protection after finding an undisclosed problem with the technology. Spartan Bioscience’s interim CEO Jennifer Ross-Carriere said through a spokesperson Tuesday that the company has paused shipments of its COVID-19 testing cube while it […]
Medical students haven’t been deterred by the stress of Covid on hospitals and staff — they are eager to help
As we head into the second year of the coronavirus pandemic, health-care workers have been applauded as heroes for fighting an unpredictable and deadly virus. It’s taken a toll on them physically and mentally, yet applications to medical schools for the 2021 academic year have […]
2020 brought forward a crucial national conversation centered on the need for companies — from Main Street to Wall Street — to look inward at hiring practices, employment policies, recruitment and other aspects of the employment process to expand opportunities for diversity, equity and inclusion. […]