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Massachusetts Reports 844 New COVID-19 Cases, 3 Additional Deaths

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) — The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 844 new confirmed COVID cases and three additional deaths in the state on Friday. Health officials said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 672,488. The total number of confirmed deaths is now 17,714. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will […]

COVID-19 Cases Surging in San Francisco Again: Officials

[ad_1] San Francisco offered a sobering update about the COVID-19 pandemic Friday by saying very plainly “we are surging again.” The city’s health director also offered some perspective on breakthrough cases among fully vaccinated residents. “We are also in the midst fourth of surge here in the city,” said Dr. Grant Colfax with San Francisco’s […]

‘This Virus Is A Very Powerful Thing’: Fully Vaccinated Cambridge Man Gets COVID-19 Breakthrough Infection

[ad_1] CAMBRIDGE (CBS) – Jeff Davis, a man who lives in Cambridge, says his kids were exposed to COVID-19 at summer camp. Then days later, he tested positive, even though he’s fully vaccinated. “It’s a challenging time. It’s frustrating, it’s disappointing,” said Davis. He is currently in quarantine with a breakthrough case of COVID-19. His […]

Broadway In Hollywood Updates Covid-19 Policy, Requiring Ticketholders At ‘Hamilton’ & All Other Events To Show Proof Of Vaccination

[ad_1] Broadway in Hollywood and the Hollywood Pantages Theatre will now require ticketholders to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, and to provide proof of vaccination. This policy is in effect for performances through October 10, 2021, and will be re-assessed on an ongoing basis. For Broadway in Hollywood’s purposes, “fully vaccinated” means the performance being attended […]

COVID-19 Delta Variant More Contagious Than Chicken Pox: Report

[ad_1] The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the COVID-19 delta variant is more contagious than the common cold, chicken pox, even Ebola, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. New data shows that the viral load is the same in infected vaccinated people as those who are not vaccinated, meaning vaccinated […]

COVID-19 Hospitalizations Spiking Across Bay Area, California

[ad_1] Just over 3,600 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 in California, as of Thursday, an increase of about 108% from two weeks ago, and doctors have said most of those patients are not vaccinated. The Bay Area also has seen a spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations, with Alameda County topping the list at 160 patients. Contra […]

Disney Fires Back At Scarlett Johansson Over ‘Black Widow” Lawsuit, Says It Shows “Callous Disregard” For Covid-19 Pandemic — Update

[ad_1] UPDATE, 2:10 PM PT: The Walt Disney Co. fired back at Scarlet Johansson’s lawsuit over the release of Black Widow, in a biting statement in which it said that the litigation showed a “callous disregard” to the Covid-19 pandemic and even revealed that she has so far received $20 million from the project. A […]

Massachusetts Reports 742 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 Additional Deaths

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) — The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 742 new confirmed COVID cases and eight additional deaths in the state on Thursday. Health officials said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 671,644. The total number of confirmed deaths is now 17,711. READ MORE: Worcester Father Carlos Betancourt […]

COVID: President Biden To Call For $100 Payments To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

[ad_1] WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBS News) — President Biden is calling on state and local governments to use COVID-19 relief funds to give $100 to residents who get vaccinated, part of a broader push by the administration to vaccinate Americans as the Delta variant fuels new infections nationwide. Mr. Biden plans to announce the next phase […]

SJ Unified School District Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Staff

[ad_1] When students in the San Jose Unified School District get back to the classroom next month, their teachers will either be fully vaccinated or will be tested twice a week for coronavirus. “Really everything we’re doing is to maximize the safety of students and our staff,” said Jennifer Maddox with the San Jose Unified […]

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