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The Center for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) is recommending the continued use of masks and social distancing in schools throughout the rest of the school year. There’s been a lot of confusion with the statements the CDC issued last week about fully vaccinated people and face mask. Schools Across America still have to follow […]

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has made an announcement that may implement changes to come. Those who are fully vaccinated, meaning you’ve gotten all your shots and waited two weeks post second shot, will no longer be required to wear a mask anywhere (indoor or outdoor.) The CDC said; “Fully vaccinated people […]

It seems as though there is a new announcement about the COVID-19 virus every day. Over the last week or so, the CDC announced that those who are fully vaccinated no longer have to wear their masks outside. However, despite this new announcement, many who are fully vaccinated, such as President Biden, are still wearing […]

The Food and Drug Administration might make the move to ban menthol cigarettes. The court-ordered deadline to respond to the 2013 citizens’ petition is this Thursday. When the petition was first sent to the FDA asking them to ban flavored cigarettes the agency failed to act. After that, the African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council […]

There has been a lot of speculation about the risks and benefits of the three Covid19 Vaccines available in the United States. Circulation of the Johnson & Johnson jab was paused after reports of severe blood clots developing in a few people who were injected with it. On Friday a CDC panel suggested that the […]

Earlier last week, the FDA had put the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine on pause due to some rare complications that were being reported. Fifteen women out of the 7 million who have received the vaccine have reported severely rare blood clots that may be linked to the vaccine. Yesterday, a panel of experts from […]

Over the past year, the CDC has been the main source of information for how to go about our day to day lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. As Americans begin to receive the full vaccine course, some are left wondering if they can do things the way they used to before COVID hit the nation […]

In an effort to push the reopening of in-person education, the CDC has deemed it safe enough update the social distancing area from 6 ft to 3 ft for elementary schools and some high schools, as long as they wear a mask. Before they made this adjustment, the rule was that students had to be […]

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued an order requiring anyone using public transportation to wear a face mask. This includes busses, cars, trains, taxis, boats or public ride sharing utilities while traveling into, out of or through the U.S. The order will go into effect on 11:59 pm on Monday and the CDC […]

Officials in Albany have announced that their updated COVID-19 guidelines now include letting local health departments determine for themselves if high-risk youth sports can be played after February 1, 2021. According to Monroe County Executive Adam Bello and Public Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza, its a great idea – in fact the’ve already agreed that […]


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