coronavirus pandemic

President Joe Biden appeared  on 60 minutes news broadcast over the weekend and said that the Coronavirus virus pandemic is over. If you skip to the 04:46 mark of the video you’ll hear what President Joe Biden has to say about Covid-19. President Joe Biden also touched on inflation and other American concerns. Joe Biden […]

Dr. Anthony Fauci, announced he is stepping down from his role in the federal government. As of December, he will leave the position he’s held for 38 years as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Plus his job as chief of the NIAID Laboratory of Immunoregulation, and his role as Chief […]

Reports are saying children as young as 8 years old should be screened for anxiety. The recommendation comes from a panel of health experts. This recommendation comes after the rising rates of anxiety and depression with young kids and teens in the US and it’s linked to the coronavirus pandemic. Experts said before the pandemic […]

If you’re a Girl Scout cookie Fair like myself there’s more than enough Girl Scout cookies for sale if you’re looking for any. The Girl Scouts just announced that they have at least 15 million boxes of unsold cookies due to the coronavirus pandemic last year. Since most Girl Scout sales are door-to-door the pandemic […]

New York Chairman Nick Langworthy is pushing Governor Andrew Cuomo to release the full contract for his pandemic book deal. This book deal is allegedly set to earn Gov. Cuomo at least $5.1 million. The governor’s book publisher halted the promotion of the book back in March when the governor’s administration was accused of undercounting […]

The R. Kelly Trial has been delayed again. A federal judge pushed the trial back because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. Kelly’s trial in Chicago on child pornography and other charges is now set for September 13th, 2021. The Grammy Award-winner has pleaded not guilty to federal charges in Chicago accusing him of filming himself […]

The Coronavirus pandemic strikes again this time threatening to shut down a long time Rochester bar that local artists held performances. The Bug Jar  Has been around since 1991 Will be forced to close due to the pandemic unless they raised $10,000, The bar has already has raised $3000 from their go fund me account. […]

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November 12, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a decrease in students applying to college. According to Jenny Rickard CEO of the Common App, the number of students filing the Common Application for undergraduate is down 8% from this time last year. The number of students who have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, (FAFSA) is […]

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