All you need to know about the new travel protocols in the US

Trending 11/08/21, 16:11

As the economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. is relaxing COVID-19 travel restrictions for most international tourists beginning Monday, Nov, 8, a move that many hotels, retailers, restaurants, and airlines industries anticipate will bring in a fresh wave of customers. As international tourists visit, that will "give a jolt ...

What Norway reclassifying COVID means

News 09/30/21, 01:43

When Norway reclassified COVID-19 as a respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), it did not mean health officials in this country thought the virus was as ordinary as flu.  On Sept. 25, the Norwegian government lifted all COVID-19 restrictions and allowed its community back to normal operations after 561 days of the harshest ...

NYC narrowed unvaccinated rates at last minute before deadline

New York 09/28/21, 15:16

Many healthcare workers in New York have rushed for COVID-19 vaccine jabs during the last hours before the harsh vaccine mandate takes effect.   It was estimated that the figure could be in the thousands, raising the number of those receiving at least one dose across the Big Apple to 92% on ...

Federal court allows Ohio hospital to impose COVID-19 vaccine mandate

News 09/25/21, 19:14

St. Elizabeth Healthcare, a hospital in Cincinnati city of Ohio, is now legally allowed to insist that more than 10,000 employees get the jab for COVID-19 following a federal judge's Friday, Sept. 24 ruling.  In Covington, Kentucky, U.S. District Judge David Bunning said the hospital has a right to set up ...

Florida allows optional quarantine for students exposed to COVID-19

U.S. 09/23/21, 02:38

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, Florida added a new COVID-19 protocol, making it optional for parents to isolate their kids after exposure to the coronavirus. According to a report from the Associated Press, the new rule was issued by Florida's freshly appointed surgeon general Dr. Joseph Ladapo who was sworn in only ...

Canada: More than 2,000 Alberta health care workers oppose vaccine mandate

America 09/19/21, 02:22

Responding to a recent vaccine mandate, thousands of health care workers in Alberta province of Canada have voiced their opposition. According to Health Professionals United, the medical employees were joined by those unvaccinated and those who had already taken the shots. They demanded "principles of medical autonomy, informed consent and freedom of ...

Los Angeles police officers sue city over vaccination mandate

U.S. 09/14/21, 04:11

Six members of the Los Angeles police department (LAPD) have filed a lawsuit against the city's recent vaccine mandate, which requires all employees to get the shots against COVID-19. In the lawsuit filed on Saturday, September 11, in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, the officers alleged that not only ...

COVID scanning: Miami employs K-9 at airport

U.S. 09/14/21, 03:48

Miami International Airport has added a layer of security checks for their employees—scanning for COVID-19 using virus-sniffing dogs.  Each day as staff arrives at Miami airport, they are greeted by Cobra, a female Belgian Malinois, and One Betta, a Dutch shepherd. The 7-year-old canines are there for business, but instead of ...

California church wins $800,000 in legal fight over lockdown

U.S. 09/06/21, 03:52

Grace Community Church of Sun Valley, Los Angeles, California, on Sept. 1, announced a major legal win over lockdown policies it had challenged for months.  According to Christian Post, local authorities had agreed to pay the small church $800,000 in settlement for barring indoor worship during COVID-19 lockdowns. The lawsuit against COVID-19 ...

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