Dr. Jennifer Clark said Oklahoma is on pace this month to outstrip December metrics "by quite a bit," even with delays in reporting. She expects January to be at least close to double what the state experienced in December.
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Oklahoma State Department of Health commissioner Keith Reed on Jan. 12 said the state is dealing with a "vaccine supply issue" and that the st…
Our Wisconsin State Journal team offers a closer look at the athletes that have committed to playing football at the University of Wisconsin b…
(The Center Square) – Colorado officials said Wednesday that the individual confirmed to have the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 and another individual that possibly has the variant are both personnel with the Colorado National Guard.
A Tweet by a Roanoke Valley funeral home president on the growing number of COVID-19 deaths locally, took off on social media. Sammy Oakey thinks a message from an undertaker was heard by people who have tired of hearing from public health officials.
Cases grew by nearly 11,000 from Friday morning to Monday morning and are now surpassing more than 3,000 a day, or about double the rate of three weeks ago.