Arizona’s top health official and loyal ally to Doug Ducey, Dr. Cara Christ, will turn in her badge to go work in the private sector after she…
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(The Center Square) - Gov. Doug Ducey responded to the new U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendation that vaccinated individuals continue to wear masks by saying that Arizona law prohibits mask mandates based on vaccination status.
(The Center Square) - Though Arizonans are becoming increasingly less concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of apprehensive residents about receiving the vaccine did not change between May and July, according to an Arizona Public Opinion Pulse (AZPOP) survey released by OH Predictive Insights on July 21.
(The Center Square) – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed course Tuesday, reversing its previous COVID-19 guidance by urging Americans to wear masks, regardless of their vaccination status. Critics quickly denounced the reversal, saying it undermines vaccine confidence.
Pneumonia is like a thief in the night. It’s difficult to detect, but it steals from one’s bottom line and losses can be devastating. Once animals reach 6 months to 8 months of age, they’re typically thought to be at much less risk of contracting pneumonia. But it can still be a serious health concern for adult animals.
Santa Cruz County has been a COVID-19 vaccination success story, thanks to a receptive public and a well-organized mass clinic. Still, should CDC statistics showing that 99.9 percent of the population 12 and older has had at least one dose be taken at face value?
Many rural communities in Missouri continue to work through localized spikes in COVID-19 cases and the ongoing effort to get people vaccinated.
While the rest of the South is languishing, Nick Saban revealed Wednesday at his Southeastern Conference Media Days session that "pretty close to 90 percent" of his players have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Panelists at the Healthier Oklahoma Coalition's weekly virtual news conference Tuesday expressed concern about the political nature of the pandemic and unlikelihood that the state's leadership will reverse course on mask mandates — which the state has now made illegal for schools to require.
(The Center Square) – Gov. Doug Ducey's office has sent letters to two Arizona school districts, Peoria Unified and Catalina Foothills, demanding they “immediately rescind” their policy of quarantining unvaccinated students exposed to COVID-19 because the policy breaks state law.