(The Center Square) – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending that medical professionals and clinicians be on alert for infectious diseases among Afghan nationals recently brought into the country, including measles, mumps and rubella, diseases for which Americans have already been vaccinated.
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As another ski season looms, travel and quarantine requirements have fallen by the wayside while a renewed wave of COVID-19 surges, but Stowe’s hospitality industry has largely been left alone by the state to craft its own vaccination protocols and other protections for employees and guests.
Boise State University students must provide proof of partial or full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to be admitted into Saturday’s home football game against Oklahoma State, school president Dr. Marlene Tromp said in a letter to the campus community released late Friday afternoon.
Humans are odd creatures. I can’t think of another that, after accumulating data and analyzing risk, that the creature chooses the path with the greatest likelihood of leading to its demise.
For more than a quarter-century, the Emperor Awards have spotlighted achievements in the education world.
Summer has flown by, and with the exception of Gertrude Chamberlin Elementary, which will open Monday, Aug. 30, after the completion of a buil…
OK, so what, the global glass is half empty and it’s not Stowe’s fault.
The Nebraska football team is 90% vaccinated, AD Trev Alberts said Wednesday night: "Our student-athlete population has done a wonderful job of getting themselves vaccinated."