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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Travel at a Low Risk
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that Americans who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can travel at a 'low-risk to themselves.'
Every State Has a Most Popular Pandemic Cocktail — Here’s What Texas Is Drinking
Which pandemic cocktail reigned supreme in Texas?
Lubbock Offering an Incentive for 100,000 Vaccine Doses
The City of Lubbock is offering two different incentives for citizens to vote on if Lubbock surpasses 100,000 COVID-19 doses by Thursday.
Odessa Comedian Andrew Capen Is Out of the Hospital After Double Lung Transplant
Thirty three-year-old Andrew Capen spent more than eight months battling COVID-19. A double lung transplant eventually saved his life.
New COVID-19 Vaccine App Will Help Determine Access to Concert Venues in New York
It shows negative test results too.
Audience of 5,000 Attend Covid-19 Live Show Experiment in Barcelona
This was the largest experiment yet to view the viability of a mass gathering concert return.
Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in 15 Different Hand Sanitizers
Several hand sanitizers were found to contain benzene.
Vaccinated Texas Nursing Homes See Visitation Restrictions Lifted
Fully vaccinated residents at nursing homes, assisted living centers, and long-term care facilities in Texas will now be able to meet visitors in person.
‘Black Widow’ Will Premiere on Disney Plus on July 9
It will open in theaters on that day as well.
All Texas Adults Will Be Eligible For The COVID-19 Vaccine On March 29
If you are an adult in Texas and you want to get the COVID-19 vaccine, next week is the week you have been waiting for. The State of Texas announced on Tuesday that all adults, regardless of age, occupation, or pre-existing health issues can start signing up to be vaccinated on March 29th...
Texans 18+ Eligible for COVID-19 Shot on March 29th
Beginning Monday, March 29th, 2021, all adults over the age of 18 will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.