Nurses of Filipino descent comprise just 4% of the US workforce, but nearly a third of registered nurse deaths due to COVID-19, according to a new report from the National Nurses United union. NNU estimates that 1,718 healthcare workers have died due to the disease and related complications, including 213 […]

The outdoor craft show hosted Saturday by Richland Township Fire Department helped “tremendously” in mitigating the financial losses sustained by the department as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, said the department’s fundraising coordinator, Andi Cveykus. “Since my spring craft show was cancelled due to COVID,” she explained, “my […]

A shift to online selling has been inevitable Many countries enforced lockdown conditions on residents during the worst period of the pandemic, meaning that bricks and mortar jewelry stores had little choice but to close their doors. This led to a significant spike in interest for online outlets, along with […]

Nearly 1-in-5 new coronavirus cases in the U.S. are among people in their 20s, according to CDC’s data. Those between the ages of 20 and 29 years old have been the largest age group of COVID-19 patients for most of the summer. This age group made up about 15 percent […]

TL;DR: A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that young adults are likely contributing to community spread of the virus and passing it on to older adults. But also in recent weeks, the CDC has posted conflicting guidelines, alarming veterans of the public-health community […]