“So by this time next year, I’m hoping absolutely we'll be able to celebrate and host events in this city like no one can do, so it’s an exciting time and how far we’ve come, but let me tell you the light's clearly at the end of the tunnel,” said Mayor Latoya Cantrell.
Airports around the country lost flights as the pandemic forced airlines to reduce service. As the vaccine rolls out, airline experts expect a return to service beginning with an increase in leisure travelers.
It was a story that exploded onto social media and went viral like the pandemic that caused it. . A Montgomery man was forced to visit the love of his life through a screen window at the nursing home where she lives.
Effective Friday, March 12 the Louisiana Department of Health is instructing all nursing and adult residential care facilities to follow the guidance issued this week by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) further relaxing visitation policies in congregate facilities.
Governor Greg Abbott addressed small business and community leaders of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce as part of a statewide announcement on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 in Lubbock. During the news conference the governor said “it is now time to open Texas 100 percent.”
Bishop Michael Duca said there are moral concerns that must be acknowledged, “if for any reasonable circumstance you are only able to receive the vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, you should feel free to do so for your safety and for the common good."