The two-dose vaccine has been approved for individuals age 16 and older. Health officials hope the action by the FDA will aid more unvaccinated individuals to trust Pfizer's shot to be safe and effective and could be used to help employ vaccine mandates for state, local governments and private employers.

Just when we thought it might be OKAY to go outside and maybe have a summer coronavirus said aht aht. After months in the house and a brief opening we are now getting prepared to be back bored in the, in the house bored with another lockdown looming over our summer. With many other countries […]

According to the Daily News, several high school students from The Lovett School in Atlanta have tested positive  for coronavirus after attending a drive-through style graduation ceremony.

Gov. Brian Kemp extended Georgia’s business restrictions through the end of May, and will keep bars and music venues throughout Georgia closed until May 31. Kemp signed the executive order Tuesday afternoon after a live announcement to give the state an update on Georgia’s fight against COVID-19. The order also states that gatherings over 10 […]

Now that certain states have opened up their borders and lifted restrictions on non-essential businesses, some folks are going out. But there’s still no cure for the virus and the number of infections are continuing to increase. We know many of you are ready to get out of your house, but before you do we […]

There have been many stories floating around about animals catching the deadly COVID-19, but should we actually be worried about our pets? According to the CDC, there is no evidence that animals play a significant role in spreading the virus that causes COVID-19, but precautions should be taken to protect your furry friends. The first […]

Did you know Americans are 12.5 times more stressed about the current economy than they were during the Great Recession? Stress all across America is on the rise because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The good folks over at TOP Data conducted a Google Trends study of stress indicators related to COVID-19 to determine which states […]

Gov. Kemp announced today that he will reopen some businesses this week, but they must follow strict guidelines. According to WSBTV, gyms, bowling alleys, hair salons, barber shops, nail salons and other similar businesses can reopen statewide on Friday Theaters, private social clubs, and restaurant dine-in services will open April 27th for the state, while […]

DECATUR, Ga. – As part of Governor Brian P. Kemp’s push to increase COVID-19 testing in Georgia, especially among symptomatic citizens of any age with direct exposure to COVID-19 and their family members, the DeKalb County Board of Health will begin accepting testing appointments immediately. RELATED: Here’s How You Can Get A COVID-19 Drive-Thru Test In […]

  UPDATED April 2020 Clayton County Public Schools (Ccps) Will Provide Grab-n-go Meal Service at Twenty-three Sites Providing Breakfast and Lunch Meals to Children During the School Closure. In Addition, Ccps Will Continue to Provide These Services During the Upcoming Spring Break Closure. The Locations Selected to Serve as Meal Distribution Sites Are: Church Street […]

Are you like the rest of us, tired of being cooped up in the house because of stay at home orders due to coronavirus? Well nature will give us some entertainment this week as Jupiter, Saturn and Mars will line up next to Earth’s moon for a few days. According to WSBTV you will not […]