Opinion: School-Age Kids Should Know How to Cover their Coughs in Public Places
Children can be unsuspected COVID carriers, but parents can teach them to cover their coughs for COVID and flu. Our children are innocent and our most valued treasure. Yet, a lot of them can beunsuspected COVID carriers. Some children can have COVID and not have symptoms. Most of my family and friends with children who were infected said the kids had minor cold or flu-like symptoms for 24–48 hours and were back to normal. In contrast, parents and older relatives had longer recovery times and serious symptoms that required medical treatment or hospitalization.
The rudest cities in the U.S. ranked, according to study
Here is something you may want to note before you head out on your road trip or take to the sky to visit one of the rudest cities in America. According to a study from Prepaly, over 1,500 residents from 30 large metropolitan areas were surveyed on rude behaviors and overall rudeness of their city.
Back on the Streets of Anchorage After Pandemic Pause
Jehovah’s Witnesses Resume Public Ministry Two Years After Going Virtual. If you happen to be in Anchorage this week, you may notice that a pre-pandemic fixture is back on the sidewalks: smiling faces standing next to colorful carts featuring a positive message and free Bible-based literature.
TVA Opens Boone Dam Public Recreation Area Wednesday before Memorial Day Weekend
The Boone Dam recreation area will again be open to the public starting this Wednesday, May 25 after a ceremonial opening at 3:00 p.m. The project partners will host information booths from 3:00-5:00 p.m. at 320 Boone Dam Road, in Kingsport.
Opinion: Public Transit Should Be Free In Texas
Amid high inflation, many Texans are worried about the rising cost of living. "Consumers who are struggling to afford their day-to-day lifestyle tend to rely more on credit cards and carry higher monthly balances making them financially vulnerable," according to a survey published by CNBC.
Dunkin' employee gets "house arrest" after fatally punching irate customer
Silvia Jansen/Getty Images (Canva Pro license.) Last May, Vonelle Cook, a 77-year old Florida man, pulled up through the drive-through of a Tampa Dunkin' location and attempted to order a coffee. But, according to court records, the drive-through worker had difficulty hearing him.
The Philly Four: City offering $100 gift cards to get fully vaccinated
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We Need to Change the Way we Fight This Virus
People wearing masks in publicMatteo Jorjoson/ Unsplash. Two years into the pandemic and we’re no step further. Something has to change. We’re now two years into the pandemic implementing again travel bans as soon as a new variant has been detected. How is that possible? Have we learned nothing in these two years?