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May 9, 2024

There’s a warning about a new COVID variant called FLiRT. The new strains are sub variants of the omicron variant. The new FLiRT variant has been detected in wastewater surveillance, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. From April 14 through April 27, the variant makes up about 25% of the […]

Black pastors are viewing this Easter as a crucial opportunity to rejuvenate in-person worship attendance, which has dwindled significantly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many churches had to transition to online services, a shift that was challenging for pastors like Rev. William H. Lamar IV of the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. […]

Weekly COVID-19 hospitalizations have risen by more than 12% across the country, according to new data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, marking a second straight week of this key indicator of the virus climbing. At least 8,035 hospital admissions of patients diagnosed with COVID-19 were reported for the week of July 22 nationwide, the CDC said late Monday, […]

Starting this weekend the New York State Department of Health is ending mask mandates for hospitals and other health care facilities across the State. The world’s attitude is covid is a thing of the past when in reality it’s still around. I understand we all have to move forward with life just make sure you’re […]

Giant tech company Microsoft plans to lay off around 10,000 employees after revenue growth slows down and has been the slowest since 2016. One of the issues Microsoft is facing is the slow sales of their PC’s Compared to the height of a Coronavirus pandemic when companies and schools bought everything from laptops and desktop […]

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January 6, 2023

Just to keep you in the loop with some stuff going on around the world China is struggling with COVID cases. China recently reversed it’s Zero-Covid policy and opened it’s boarders for international travel. The increase in Covid cases now has hospitals in China overwhelmed. NBC News reported some hospitals have told families to bring […]

Should school districts reinforce mask mandates? Due to the rising numbers of COVID-19, RSV, and other viruses 2 New Jersey school districts are reinforcing mask mandates again. The policy goes into effect when students return back to school from winter break the mandate is planned to stay in place until at least mid January. In Monroe […]

‘Tis the season of allergies, colds, the flu, covid, and all of the in-betweens. Now, local doctors say they’re seeing a rise in respiratory illnesses in children — and it’s happening earlier than usual this year. Doctors say a lack of masking is a contributing factor. Dr. Colleen Markevicz, a pediatric emergency medicine specialist with […]

RTS has some changes going into effect immediately for customers and employees when it comes to wearing face masks. The decision comes after Governor Kathy Hochul made the announcement public transportation no longer has the mandate. Employees and customers that feel sick are encouraged to stay home. RTS adjusts masking policy after Gov. Hochul lifts […]

Dr. Michael Mendoza is getting a second six year term as the County’s public health commissioner. Dr. Mendoza played a big role in the County’s response effort to COVID. Administering more than one million vaccinations under his watch. Monroe County Executive Adam Bello said, “Throughout the greatest health crisis our community has seen in more […]

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