New Yorkers Continue To Vaccination Efforts, As Gov. Cuomo Lifts Restrictions In Some Orange And Yellow Zones

New York State Nurses Association Scores Big Win in the FY22 State Budget

The New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) was able to score victories in the upcoming state budget, according to a statement released the previous week.
Ecuador Receives First Batch Of Pfizer-BioNtech Vaccine

Ecuador's Health Minister Steps Down After 19 Days in Office

The health minister of Ecuador stepped down as prosecutors cast investigations towards the vaccine rollout in the South American country. Farfan was the third health minister to resign during the pandemic.
Dr. Anthony Fauci Testifies Before Senate On Federal Response To Pandemic

Fauci: US to Return to 'Gradual Normalcy' Amid Coronavirus Pandemic by 2021

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the U.S., said Sunday that the country may return to a relative sense of normalcy from the coronavirus pandemic by 2021.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom unveils new 4-tier system for business reopening in the state.

Newsom to Revive California Economy With 4-Tier System for Businesses Reopening Amid Pandemic

Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, hopes for the state’s economy to be rekindled by a new four-tier System Coronavirus Rules which he announced on August 28, in an effort to stem the surge of COVID-19 transmission in the state.
Protests Continue Against Aurora Police Department Over Death Of Elijah McClain

An In-Depth Guide to Shopping, Dining, and Hosting Potlucks During COVID-19

How do you safely navigate shopping and dining in public amid the coronavirus pandemic?
Trump White House briefing on coronavirus pandemic

Trump Asks Americans to Wear a Mask, Warns Coronavirus Outbreak May Get Worse

President Donald Trump on Tuesday urged Americans to wear a mask as he claimed that the coronavirus pandemic in the country may "get worse before it gets better."
One-Third Of Prisoners At San Quentin Prison Have Coronavirus

California to Give 8,000 Inmates Early Release Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

California officials on Friday said 8,000 more inmates would be released early from the state prison to avoid the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) among both inmates and prison staff.
Los Angeles cases

L.A. Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise

The number of cases, hospitalizations, and death rates continue to worsen since the start of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, a health official of the Los Angeles County said.
Latin leaders

More Than 40 Latin Officials Infected with COVID-19

Powerful Latin officials, including two presidents, have already tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) this week.
Shopping Corona

Coronavirus Pandemic: Has a Trip to Grocery Store Become a Thing of the Past?

Nearly seven in 10 Americans think the normal grocery story run will be a thing of the past because of the coronavirus pandemic, a new research said.
Texas Hospital

Hospitals in 2 Texas Counties Reach Full Capacity as Coronavirus Cases Spike

Hospitals in at least two Texas counties are at full capacity, prompting county judges to ask residents to stay at home.
coronavirus relief payments

Second Stimulus Check: When's the Earliest it Could be Sent?

To help weather the recession as a result of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, a second round of stimulus checks may be sent to eligible Americans as early as August based on the Senate's calendar.
Dr. Anthony Fauci

Fauci Admits There is No Guarantee of Having Safe and Effective COVID-19 Vaccine

As the U.S. government intends to manufacture candidate vaccines even before it's clear whether they will work or not, Dr. Anthony Fauci says there is no assurance for a safe and effective vaccine.
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CDC Says Actual Coronavirus Cases in US May Top 20 Million

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has estimated that there are about 23 million coronavirus cases in the country.
Malcolm Brogdon, the four-year NBA veteran has tested positive for COVID-19 but assures everyone that he will join the Pacers' in Orlando.

Indiana Pacers' Malcolm Brogdon Tests Positive For COVID-19

Malcolm Brogdon, the four-year NBA veteran, has tested positive for COVID-19, but assures everyone that he will join the Pacers' in Orlando.
Texas faces rising cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Texas Governor Mulls Another Lockdown as Daily COVID-19 Cases Hit 5,489

Health experts believe that the recent surge in coronavirus cases may be attributed to the reopening of economy.
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