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Here are the guidelines from the CDC on activities and gatherings to help keep you safe. 

Viruses are constantly changing, and this includes SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. These genetic variations occur over time and can lead to the emergence of new variants that may

The Pew Research Center reported that while 91% of vaccinated adults see COVID-19 vaccines as the best way to protect Americans from the spread of COVID-19, the remaining unvaccinated adult

As of October 2021, more than 6.4 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine booster have been administered across the United States. Although an individual who has received two full doses

The recent reports of COVID-19 deaths in the state of Mississippi are alarming. This rural state with poor infrastructure is struggling with the spread of COVID-19.

Lt. Gov of Texas Blames Unvaccinated Black Folks for the Surge in Texas In a very convoluted effort to correlate the increase in COVID-19 cases in southern states to the

  American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologist (ACOG) issued guidelines about pregnancy and COVID vaccine. Currently, ACOG recommends vaccination in all pregnant women and women expecting to become pregnant. They

 With all the focus on the COVID-19 vaccine, it is time to review the updates in treatment. We trust that all our hospitals are using evidence-based protocols to determine which

The COVID-19 eviction moratorium ends July 29.  This will impact people who have benefited from the moratorium.  The housing crisis we are now facing is rooted in housing policies that

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