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United Airlines Vaccine Mandate Issues

United Airlines Vaccine Mandate Issues

United Airlines was ordered by Texas U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman that the company was barred from putting their unvaccinated employees on leave if they apply for a religious or medical exemption from its rigorous vaccine mandate. On Tuesday, the judge signed off on this order to protect 3 percent of the 67,000 United workers […]

Pfizer and Moderna Vaccine Similarities

Pfizer and Moderna Vaccine Similarities

The Food and Drug Administration’s external review board voted against a third Pfizer dose for the overall public on Sept. 22, 2021. However, they did endorse the third shot for older adults and high-risk groups. But the query of who needs a booster remains open. In the study of the opportunity of a third mRNA […]

Lake County Illinois Man Dies From Rabies

Lake County Illinois Man Dies From Rabies

An 80-year-old man from Lake County, Illinois, died after being bitten by a bat. He passed away from rabies, the first human case in the states since 1954, according to health officials, on Sept. 29, 2021. One mid-August morning, he woke up to find a bat on his neck. In a statement, the Illinois Department […]

New Chicago Public Schools CEO Explains COVID-19 Safety Efforts

New Chicago Public Schools CEO Explains COVID-19 Safety Efforts

Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) and Chicago Public Schools (CPS) updated their COVID-19 response efforts on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021. Commissioner of the CPDH, Dr. Allison Arwady, declared a number of new steps aimed to strengthen the city’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. One of the responses the city has taken was to launch […]

Rabies Kills Illinois Man for the First Time Since the 1950s

Rabies Kills Illinois Man for the First Time Since the 1950s

A man in Illinois has died from rabies. This is the first human case for the state since the 1950s. News of his death was reported by health officials on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. The man, who was in his 80s and from Lake County, woke up to find a bat on his neck in […]

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