Lizzo Debuts Her “Anti-COVID” Song on Instagram

July 31, 2021

Like many others, Lizzo is not playing around when it comes COVID-19 Delta variant. So, the singer-songwriter decided to take her thoughts to Instagram, in a seven-minute “public service announcement” freestyle video where she kindly let her followers know that maintaining six feet away from her is non-negotiable. Lizzo stated; “I don’t care who you […]

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Workers are Facing Increasing Pressure to get Vaccinated Against Covid-19

July 31, 2021

In the United States, Covid-19 cases are back on the rise as the Delta Variant is spreading. Those who are unvaccinated, especially those who are working, ​​are facing increasing pressure to get the Covid-19 vaccine. In the past week, the CDC has updated its guidelines and recommending everyone to wear masks indoors again. President Joe […]

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What is Happening with the Hulu show ‘Woke’?

July 30, 2021

The Hulu comedy “Woke” was canceled for the third time this week. After production was canceled twice last week for COVID reasons, the show was supposed to be back and running Monday. Production did pick up Monday, but was quickly canceled on Wednesday due to two positive tests. Production has been canceled indefinitely. Variety reported: […]

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Back To School Spending To Cost $60 More This Year

July 30, 2021

The National Retail Federation predicts families will spend, on average, nearly $60 more on back-to-school shopping this year compared to last year. The demand for supplies, and inflation are affecting prices on everything from clothes to tech. Experts say it’s too early to tell whether there will be shortages of school supplies. They should have a better […]

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Orlando Florida & Disney World Becomes A Covid-19 Hotspot

July 30, 2021

The mayor of Orlando,  Florida is saying the city is in a crisis mode with the uptick in covid-19 numbers raising at 1,000 cases a day. Florida is 5th in the nation with new covid-19 infections. What’s dangerous about this is that people from all over the country travel to Orlando to Disney World resort. […]

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Simone Biles Statement on Withdrawal from Olympic Finals

July 29, 2021

Legendary 24-year-old Olympic gymnast, Simone Biles, made the decision to withdrawal from the Tokyo Olympic Finals to prioritize her mental health. Simone Biles spoke to NPR about her mental health and her mindset before the finals. Biles stated that she was shaking before the Olympic team gymnastics final and that she withdrew after realizing that […]

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NY Governor Cuomo is Calling for Vaccination Mandates for State Employees

July 29, 2021

Yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo held a Zoom Press conference to update the state on a new mandatory. Starting on Labor Day, the state will require COVID-19 vaccines or mandatory COVID-19 testing for state employees. This new regulation will mirror the vaccine and testing mandate that the federal government is planning for its workers. In addition […]

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URMC study mixes up COVID vaccines to see if combinations boost immunity

July 28, 2021

The University of Rochester Medical Center is starting to research whether or not we will need vaccination boosters or if they are even effective. They are testing the boosters by mixing the vaccines. Infectious disease professor and researcher, Dr. Ann Falsey stated: “What we want to do is stay ahead of the problem. Frequently with […]

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Batavia Cardiologist Using Music to Help Heal

July 27, 2021

Dr. Harry McCrea, a cardiologist at United Memorial Medical Center, has brought out his guitar to help his patients. McCrea started playing his guitar in hopes of bringing comfort to his patients during the pandemic. As the pandemic seems to have passed its climax, McCrea still chooses to play for his patients. He carries the […]

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Delta Variant on the Rise Causes Increase in Vaccination Turnouts

July 26, 2021

Across the country, mask mandates are making a comeback in places like Los Angeles and Massachusetts in an effort to keep the COVID-19 Delta Variant surge at bay. According to Governor Cuomo’s office, nearly 60 percent of New York State has had at least one dose of the vaccine. Over at Rochester’s R-Center on Flint […]

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