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April 2, 2021

Yesterday, the New York State travel advisory rules were updated. Per the update, domestic travelers coming into New York State will no longer have to follow the mandatory quarantine, but rather take a second COVID-19 test. Previously the NYS requirement was that anyone traveling from states that are not neighboring New York must self-quarantine for […]

The Tribeca Film Festival announced the event will be held in person this year.  This is hopeful news after a year of strict COVID restrictions. Co-founder, Robert De Niro, states, “‘As New York emerges from the shadow of COVID-19, it seems just right to bring people together again in-person for our 20th anniversary festival.’” Tribeca […]

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 […]

Mississippi has become the second state to open up vaccines for all of its adult residents, age 16 and up. As the production and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine begins to increase, states like Mississippi and Alaska are beginning to allow anyone who would like a vaccine to be able to receive one. The increase […]

According to a statement by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Saturday, more than 1 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered last week, 200,000 of those on Friday. The success of the mass vaccination is due in part to the “Am I Eligible” tool that helps people with underlying conditions find out if […]

The Biden Administration have announced that 60,000 food pantries and over 1,300 community centers will be receiving high quality masks from the government over the next few months. The masks will be reusable and come in adult and child sizes. White House COVID-19 response coordinator Jeff Zients gave a statement addressing the new initiative: “Not […]

Miracles do happen, thanks to lots of prayers for singer Jeremih. After battling Covid19 in intensive care, the 33-year-old singer is back on social media. Jeremih took to Twitter to thank everyone for the love and share his fresh haircut. THANK GOD IM STILL HERE, THANK YA’LL FOR THE 🙏🏾 UP #imbackkkk — Jeremih […]

Most of us are careful to stay away from others in the grocery store, but in New Orleans 300 strangers got intimate at a swinger’s convention last month. The producer of the “Naughty N’awlins” convention Bob Hannaford is now regretting the massive get-together after it proved to be a super-spreader event. On the first day, […]

Nationwide, we hit our 13 millionth case of coronavirus on Black Friday. Over on the West Coast, COVID-19 infection rates have been steadily climbing to the point where Los Angeles has issued another stay-at-home order. The order calls for a three-week shutdown of the county with the highest population in the nation. Beginning Monday, the […]

Last week, the Wheatland-Chili School district confirmed that a middle / high school student tested positive for COVID-19. According to officials, the student did not contract the virus on school grounds and the student will not be returning to campus until they test negative and the Monroe County Department of Public Health says its okay. […]

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