Alex Azar, HHS Secretary, Discusses How Operation Warp Speed Helped in Easy Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine
Following the FDA’s approval of the first COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S., private sectors and Operation Warp Speed (OWS) immediately worked to ship the vaccines into different states and public health jurisdictions.
Keeping up with Credit Card Bills: How Long Can Americans Last?
Due largely to the government relief programs passed by Congress earlier this year, the coronavirus has not stopped Americans from keeping up with their credit card payments.
CCP Virus: Death Toll 3,000 as US Records Biggest Single Day
The CCP virus caused the pandemic and lockdowns, which measures in the United States are taken to control it. On December 9, it was the day with the most casualties.
UK Regulator Says People with History of 'Significant' Allergy Should Not Get Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine
The UK drug regulator says that persons who have a history of significant allergic reactions should not receive Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
Protesters Flock to the Staten Island Bar Ordered Close for Violating COVID-19 Protocol
Hundreds of protesters on Wednesday night flocked outside of the Staten Island bar that was shut down for violating coronavirus measures.
US Jobless Claims Hit the Lowest in the Pandemic Era, Signals Rise in Employment Amid Crisis
Since the start of not only the health but also the economic crisis, new jobless-claim filings reached their lowest level last week, provides a sign that hiring is continuing even at a slower pace.
New York Residents Blast MTA for Increase in Toll Fee
After two years, the MTA is now looking to increase the toll fee. Workers, politicians, and residents of New York have voiced their opposition since the pandemic has affected the people's finances.
Pfizer BioNTech Submit Application for EU Approval of the Use COVID-19 Vaccine This December
American pharmaceutical company Pfizer and its partner BioNTech shared that they have applied to the EMA or European Medicines Agency for the conditional marketing authorization of their vaccine for coronavirus.
Kim Jong Un Cuts Ties with China to Strengthen North Koreas Borders Against COVID-19
To further tighten the nearly impassable borders of the Hermit state, Kim Jong Un appears to have kicked the pandemic prevention plan of North Korea into overdrive as he cuts off almost all of the trades with China. He was even allegedly executing an official of the customs for the failure of handling the imported goods appropriately.
North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un Ordered Two People Killed, Put Pyongyang on Lockdown
In its attempt to fight the COVID-19 and prevent economic damage, Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, ordered two people killed and locked down the city of Pyongyang.
North Carolina Closes 3 Prisons, Moves Inmates Due to Surge in COVID-19 Cases
North Carolina has decided to close its prisons and move inmates because of the increase in COVID-19 cases. Quarantining and testing will also be done.
Staten Island Diner Owner Left With 100 Turkeys Due To New COVID-19 Rules
Under the new COVID-19 restrictions, some areas in the state of New York is placed on a red zone. This means that no dining indoors is allowed, and it has hurt a lot of businesses.
Disney to Layoff 32,000 Employees in 2021 Due to COVID-19 Crisis
As the pandemic continuously ravages most industries, the American diversified multinational mass media, and the entertainment conglomerate, The Walt Disney Company plans to lay off an estimated 32,000 employees in the first half of 2021.
Ohio Man Arrested After Pulling Out Brass Knuckles Over Face Mask Policy
A man from Ohio who entered Walmart without a mask was arrested after pulling out brass knuckles. The police officer also found a knife in his pocket.
Supreme Court Blocks NY Coronavirus Restrictions on Houses of Worship
Despite the threat of a second wave of coronavirus infections, the Supreme Court temporarily barred New York from enforcing specifications regarding attendance limits at houses of worship in areas that are still hard hit by the pandemic on Wednesday.