(The Center Square) – Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs is seeking to preempt any federal attempt to create a COVID-19 vaccine passport.
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ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Government, religious and medical leaders came together in Allentown on Wednesday to discuss vaccine hesitancy among Muslims and other minority groups across the commonwealth.
(The Center Square) – One out of five people in Oregon are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19 while another third are well on their way, state health officials report.
SHREVEPORT, La. - The COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues across the ArkLaTex at a rapid pace. The vast majority of Americans are now eligible for the shots and that means vaccine clinics are easier to find.
COVID-19 infection rates are rising again in Oregon, but the growing number of vaccinated residents will likely blunt the severity far short of last year's spikes, state health officials said Wednesday.
Today's update from the LA Dept. of Health has the number of total cases for the State at 448,104 an increase of 442 cases since yesterday. These numbers list 2,983 cases for Vernon, 3,066 cases for Beauregard, 3,104 cases for Allen, 11,689 cases for Rapides, 21,564 cases for Calcasieu, 2,887 cases for Sabine, and 3,980 cases for Natchitoches Parish. The numbers show 10,200 deaths so far from COVID-19 in the State, with 101 from Vernon Parish, 73 from Beauregard Parish, and 91 from Allen Parish.
"If public health conditions do change, we will modify the ceremony plans as needed to minimize the risk for graduates, guests, our staff, faculty and people in the community," President Robert C. Robbins said.
(The Center Square) – Oregon is expanding its vaccine eligibility to all residents over 16 years old starting April 19, Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday.
(The Center Square) – Texas is the latest U.S. state to ban "vaccine passport" requirements.
All Oregonians age 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 19, a week earlier than the previous earliest date, Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday.