Coronavirus

Doctors urging people to stay home if sick

There have been loud arguments about COVID precautions from vaccination to masks. But there are signs people increasingly ignoring one of the most basic...

Buchanan Schools students, grades K-7, now required to mask up

Students who attend Buchanan Schools in grades Kindergarten through 7 are now required to mask up. The district posted notice of the decision on their...

Michigan hospitals getting a federal helping hand

Help is on the way for the exhausted hospitals in Michigan. Michigan's Department of Health an Human Services says Governor Whitmer's request for additional staffing...
COVID 2021

St. Joseph Co. Michigan sees large surge in COVID cases

COVID numbers in St. Joseph County, Michigan are up 64.5%. That's part of a statewide surge of 65.4% last week with more than 61,000...

All Hoosier adults, 18+, eligible for COVID-19 boosters

The Indiana Department of Health has announced that any Hoosier aged 18 or older can now receive a booster dose of the Pfizer and...

CDC panel recommends COVID boosters for all adults

A CDC advisory panel is now recommending that all adults be allowed to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster. An outside panel of the CDC voted...

Jackie Walorski takes on Biden Vaccine Mandate

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski is speaking out against the Biden Vaccine Mandate with a new piece of legislation. On Thursday, the 2nd District Representative introduced a...

FDA issues Class I recall on Ellume at-home COVID tests

More than 2 million at-home COVID tests have been recalled due to the potential for false positive results. The FDA issued a Class 1 recall,...

Elkhart Comm. Schools vote to return to mask-optional status

The Elkhart Community Schools have made the decision to return to a mask-optional policy. Tuesday night, the schools voted to drop their mask mandate, a...

Sen. Braun welcomes Chicago cops who take issue with city COVID regulations to work...

Senator Mike Braun has a message for Chicago police officers seeking to defy the Windy City's vaccine mandate. And that message is: Come work in...

National Guard arrives to help out at Goshen Health

Members of the National Guard have arrived in Elkhart County to help healthcare workers keep up with the COVID-19 situation. There is a shortage of...

White House announces plan for vaccinations of 5-11 year-olds

The White House announced plans on Wednesday that would offer COVID-19 vaccinations to children between the ages of 5 and 11. The Biden administration announced...

St. Joseph County Commission rejects CDC minority health grant

The St. Joseph County Commissioners have rejected a CDC minority health grant. Tuesday, the Commissioners vetoed a bill that would bring $3 million in federal...

Study: Indiana near bottom of “safest states” during pandemic

A nationwide study on the “safest states” during the COVID-19 pandemic puts Indiana in the bottom ten. With healthcare experts saying vaccination is essential to...

Mishawaka schools make change to indoor masking policy for some students

The Board of Trustees at the School City of Mishawaka have modified their universal indoor masking policy for certain students. The new policy addition includes...

FDA votes unanimously to authorize Moderna booster shot

The key Food and Drug Administration panel voted 19-0 Thursday in favor of recommending booster doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for a big percentage...

Holcomb says state needs to “keep beating the drum” for COVID-19 vaccinations

Governor Holcomb says Indiana needs to keep "beating the drum" for COVID-19 vaccinations. Indiana is vaccinating about 53-hundred Hoosiers a day, the fewest since December,...

Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County to host second COVID vaccine clinic

Saint Joseph Health System will be coming to the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County on Wednesday, Oct. 13, to provide the...

Indiana COVID-19 vaccinations at their lowest level

Indiana COVID vaccinations are at their lowest level since the first week the vaccine was available. Indiana peaked at 56-thousand vaccinations a day in mid-April,...

Education and wealth weigh in on Michigan vaccination rates

Since spring, vaccination rates have diminished in Michigan and across much of the country. A new report suggests that how well-off people are has...

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