Fox News - 1 hour 43 min ago
Church deacon Gabriel Rench won his legal case against the City of Moscow, Idaho, after he was arrested in 2020 for alleged COVID-19 violations during an outdoor hymn sing.
WebMD - 2 hours 4 min ago
Vaccine hesitation is once again flying as videos depicting movement disorders go viral.
Fox News - 2 hours 26 min ago
A new study published in Frontiers in Psychology says that people who think they are less attractive than others are likely to keep wearing masks when they're motivated to make good impressions.
Forbes - 4 hours 43 min ago
One thing that did not change even after Covid-19 in the workplace is the massive number of meetings employees must attend weekly: more than 85% of their time is spent in meetings. Here are 4 Reasons To Start Adopting The 3 Meeting-Free Days Policy...
The Guardian - 7 hours 13 min ago
Omicron-specific dose will be available for over-18s who have not had a booster or a confirmed coronavirus case in past six months Get our morning and afternoon news emails , free app or daily news podcast A fifth Covid vaccine dose will be made available to Australian adults from later this month. The health minister, Mark Butler, has announced all adults who have not had a booster or a confirmed case of Covid-19 in the past six months will be eligible for another dose from 20 February, after the...
Fortune - 7 hours 13 min ago
Restrictive policies have supplanted COVID-19-related issues as the key reason for altering international investment plans, according to EY's research.
CNN - 8 hours 1 min ago
Respiratory viruses -- including the flu, RSV and the virus that causes Covid-19 -- are not a serious concern for most of the US public, even though they're still affecting many, according to new survey data from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
The Hill - 8 hours 43 min ago
The winter's "tripledemic" of respiratory viruses impacted nearly 40 percent of U.S. households, with someone there getting sick with the flu, COVID-19 or respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), according to a new survey from KFF released Tuesday. The flu and RSV hit much harder and earlier this year than in years past, as viruses kept at...
The Guardian - 11 hours 31 min ago
The Pulitzer prize-winning playwright discusses working through the pandemic and how to best utilize traumatic experiences Like many of us, Suzan-Lori Parks thought the Covid-19 shutdown would last a few weeks. The Pulitzer prize-winning playwright, writer, musician, and all around multi-hyphenate, was on the set of Genius: Aretha, a season in National Geographic's anthology series that focused on the life of singer Aretha Franklin. Continue reading...
ABC News - 19 hours 4 min ago
New York City is ending its COVID-19 vaccination mandate for municipal employees including police officers, firefighters and teachers...
NPR - 20 hours 12 min ago
Three years after COVID-19 arrived in the U.S., some who have lost loved ones want them and the pandemic to be memorialized.
Politico - 20 hours 26 min ago
5th Circuit hears arguments on whether to wipe out injunctions against policy Congress overturned last year over Biden's objection.
Chicago Tribune - 21 hours 13 min ago
Minnesota's game at Illinois that was scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed because of COVID-19 health and safety protocols within the Gophers' program.
The Hill - 22 hours 48 min ago
New York City employees will no longer be required to receive a coronavirus vaccine, ending a policy that has been in place since October 2021, Mayor Eric Adams (D) announced on Monday. "With more than 96 percent of city workers and more than 80 percent of New Yorkers having received their primary COVID-19 series and...
Fox News - 23 hours 54 min ago
New York City Mayor Eric Adams said COVID-19 vaccines for city employees will be optional, but 1,780 ex-workers fired over the mandate won't automatically get their jobs back.