Should I Mask? Can I Travel? What About Hugs? How Delta Is Changing Advice for the Vaccinated
The rise of the Delta variant of the coronavirus has raised new questions about how the vaccinated can stay safe and avoid breakthrough infections. We asked the experts for advice.
New York Times · 14 hours ago
US employers ratchet up the pressure on the unvaccinated
For months, most employers relied on information campaigns, bonuses and other incentives to encourage their workforces to get the COVID-19 shot. Now, a growing number are imposing rules to make it more onerous for employees to refuse, from outright mandates to requiring the unvaccinated to undergo regular testing.
New York Post · 3 hours ago
First in the nation, NYC to mandate proof of COVID vaccination for most indoor activities
The requirement, which mirrors vaccine mandates on leisure activities enforced in some European countries, is presumed to be the first-of-its-kind in the U.S. and comes as the city struggles to jack up vaccination rates amid a surge in new COVID-19 infections driven by the delta variant.
New York Daily News · 9 hours ago · By Chris Sommerfeldt, Michael Gartland
White House Forced to Clean Up Pelosi's Statement About the Eviction Moratorium
The White House on Monday was forced to push back on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s claim that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could reinstitute the eviction moratorium.“The CDC
Townhall · 11 hours ago · By Leah Barkoukis
Democratic lawmakers press White House on lapsed COVID-19 eviction moratorium
U.S. congressional Democrats on Tuesday pushed the White House to reinstate an expired moratorium on residential evictions that kept millions of people from being forced out of their homes for unpaid rent during the pandemic, but which expired over the weekend.
Reuters · 3 hours ago · By David Shepardson
Naperville D203 to require masks when school year starts
Naperville School District 203 will require masks inside its buildings when classes resume later this month. The school board approved the superintendent's recommendation on reopening schools, which included following the CDC's guidance on having children and adults wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status.
Chicago Tribune · 55 minutes ago · By Rafael Guerrero
NIH director: Parents should wear masks at home around unvaccinated kids
National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins advised parents on Tuesday to wear face coverings inside their own homes in order to protect unvaccinated children from contracting COVID-19.What did he say?During an appearance on CNN Tuesday morning, the public health expert said the "weird" p...
Blaze Media · 2 hours ago · By Phil Shiver
Tyson Foods mandates COVID-19 vaccine for workers by Nov. 1
Tyson Foods said Tuesday it will require all of its workers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by November, a major step within a meat-processing industry that was hit hard by earlier waves of the pandemic.
Washington Times · 14 hours ago · By Tom Howell Jr.
New York teachers union opposed to Cuomo suggestion of COVID-19 vaccine mandates
The teachers union that represents more than 60,000 current and retired educators across New York reiterated its opposition Monday to COVID-19 vaccine mandates after Gov.Andrew Cuomo encouraged school districts to require the doses
Fox News · 22 hours ago · By Louis Casiano
Best back to school 2021 outfits, from kindergarten to high school
School is almost in session. We know how hard it is for students to settle on their first-day ensembles. But with the help of top brands like Forever21, J.Crew and Vans, your kids will have the perfect outfit in no time.
New York Post · 2 hours ago
Ukraine says it will do everything to make Belarusian athlete's husband feel safe
Ukraine is in contact with the husband of Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who became embroiled in a dispute with her country at the Olympic Games, after he entered Ukraine this week, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Tuesday.
Reuters · 7 hours ago
Masks for thee but not for me
Affluent, well-educated, vaccinated, and liberal. These are four adjectives that describe both the typical clientele of an urban Trader Joe’s and those who will likely be attending former President Barack Obama’s 60th birthday party this week. We would expect these two groups to behave very similarly, especially in relation to the coronavirus. But maybe not.
Washington Examiner · 18 hours ago
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