In a ruling earlier this week, U.S. District Judge Steven Logan concluded it was reasonable for the Biden administration to say that the money couldn’t be spent on efforts that would undermine compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines.
Governor Doug Ducey has ended the state’s COVID-19 emergency declaration, first issued on March 11, 2020, following the signing of a bill that extends 2,000 critical healthcare workers’ licenses through Jan. 1, 2023.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outlined the new set of measures for communities where COVID-19 is easing its grip, with less of a focus on positive test results and more on what’s happening at hospitals.
Billie said their three children worked tirelessly to make their dad proud during his journey to get well. She believes Roger’s strength inspired them to each accomplish important achievements in each of their lives.
The Arizona Department of Health Services announced Monday that their state vaccination sites have administered its one millionth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in addition to announcing a brand new indoor vaccination site at Scottsdale's WestWorld.
The Federal Trade Commission said the recent short supply of at-home COVID tests and long lines at testing sites opened the door for potential scams, with fraudsters targeting your money and your peace of mind.
Hundreds of people across the United States have said they were injured during the administration of the COVID-19 vaccinations. Those injured said the vaccines were given too high in the shoulder joint instead of the deltoid muscle.
The surprise announcement by the Food and Drug Administration raises questions about how soon youngsters could get the shots. The FDA’s outside experts were set to evaluate the first data on COVID-19 vaccinations in toddlers and babies.