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President Biden addressed the Nation on Wednesday to celebrate another milestone in the Covid19 vaccine campaign. 200 million shots have been administered since he got into office three months ago. As the focus of the promotional campaign switches focus onto working adults, Biden is calling on businesses to offer paid time of for employees to […]

This Sunday, April 18 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on NBC, Ciara, and Russell Wilson will be hosting an hour-long vaccination special called “Roll Up Your Sleeves.” This special is aimed to educate viewers, raise awareness, and address concerns surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines. The pair will also be joined by current President Joe Biden and former […]

This week, Business Insider took the liberty to compile rankings to determine the best place to live in a post-COVID world. Their rankings were based on several factors, such as the ability to work from home, housing affordability, and cost of living. In the northeast, Rochester was made the number one city to live in […]

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April 15, 2021

The single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has been put on pause by the FDA due to rare complications. Six women out of the 7 million who have received the vaccine have reported severely rare blood clots that may be linked to the vaccine. Other side effects include a severe headache that does not go […]

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April 13, 2021

Right now, the U.S. is averaging 3.1 million doses a day of the vaccine.  By the end of this week, half of adults are expected to have recieved at least one dose. Reporter, Amanda Sealy says, “This signals remarkable progress especially if you consider that at the end of December, less than three million doses […]

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April 11, 2021

Rochester is now offering a way to get vaccines to underserved communities.  The city plans to do so with an easy to use hotline and PODS.  Clinics will be offered in community churches and rec centers with low vaccination rates. The Rochester Mayor, Lovely Warren, said, “I’m asking you to join us in doing your […]

After a COVID-19 outbreak among coaches, players and fans, youth ice hockey has been suspended.  There were 240 people at the Regional Iceplex and 27 tested positive.  Everyone that was there was told to self-quarentine immediately. The County Director of Public Health, Dr. Michael Medoza said, “As per New York State guidance, higher risk sports competitions […]

Yesterday, 4 million people were vaccinated.  This is a record high, and makes our 7 day average 3 million a day.  This is hopeful news after a long COVID-19 journey. Cyrus Shahpar, the COVID-19 director in the White House tweeted in celebration by saying,”Wow a record reporting day!! +4.08M doses reported administered over the total […]

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April 3, 2021

As things begin to slowly open back up in New York State, the rest of the nation seems to be hitting a spike in cases. In this past week, there were reportedly 65,000 new cases per day on average. This average had a jump of 20% from two weeks prior. In Michigan alone, there has […]

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April 3, 2021

As other areas begin to shift gears, Rochester hospitals begin to do the same. Starting this Monday, April 5th, Rochester Regional Health has said patients at five of its area hospitals will be allowed up to two visitors a day, for up to four hours each. Patients who are going into labor will be allowed […]


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