To prevent a new healthcare crisis, the WHO has started studying a series of mental and physical symptoms affecting several individuals in the aftermath of acute COVID-19 infections.Read More
The OKC County Health Department and Mercy Health System will give 1,500 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in a new vaccination event that is scheduled to run from February 8th through the 10th.Read More
A recent article by Hackensack Meridian Health explains why the COVID-19 vaccine is necessary for recovered patients and expands on the importance of taking proper precautions to prevent reinfection.Read More
Oklahoma's health officials set their hopes on Biden's plans to release all federal vaccination doses as they wait for an additional supply of the COVID-19 vaccine.Read More
The community spread of the coronavirus throughout Oklahoma is higher than it had ever seen since the start of the pandemic despite Oklahoma being ranked top ten in terms of COVID-19 vaccinations.Read More
A new variant of the COVID-19 virus has been identified by the U.K. after the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, revealed their findings during a press briefing last Saturday.Read More
The latest legal dispute regarding the sale of alcohol in bars started on November 19th when Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt announced a $750 fine and up to six months in jail to an existing ban by Governor Kevin Stitt.Read More
CNN reported that some of the country's major grocery chains have begun placing a limit for the purchase of items like toilet paper and disinfecting wipes in an attempt to keep shoppers from stockpiling.Read More
A recent article by The Guardian stated that COVID-19 can survive for up to 28 days on surfaces. They stated that surfaces such as the glass on a mobile phone, stainless steel, and smooth surfaces can harbor the virus for almost a month.Read More
A recent article by Chris Smith explains how COVID cases are on the rise as the world is seeing a resurgence in cases. There are even several reports where individuals are getting reinfected and doctors can't explain why, but genetic sequencin...Read More
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