What is the COVID policy in your workplace? Have you asked? Has anyone informed you? I think there is a little bit of grey area when it comes to testing positive or being exposed and having to quarantine. I have asked several different friends if they are clear on exactly how things work as far as having to use sick days and when they are officially allowed to go back?
Just when we thought we might be in the clear with COVID and were beginning to get comfortable not wearing masks in public, apparently there is a new 'variant' we've all been hearing about. According to the Centers for Disease Control or CDC and new data, the Delta variant is a more contagious strain.
A few weeks ago I wrote an article, about how the FDA was trying to get the COVID vaccine approved for young teens. Children age 12 and older in Midland will now get that opportunity if their parents want them to have it. (Covid 19 vaccine)
Almost 20% of people in Texas have been vaccinated with the number rising daily. Hospitals throughout the 4-3-2 have done an excellent job getting those who wish to be vaccinated their shots in recent weeks. Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson all have a vaccine for COVID-19. If you, your family members or coworkers have not yet received your vaccine but with to do so, you have an opportunit
I would be lying if I said the fact that I got both COVID vaccines had nothing to do with the fact that I wanted to be able to travel quicker. In fact, as soon as I saw an article recently that mentioned something about needing to be vaccinated to get on a cruise ship, that helped make up my mind. I was initially 'on the fence.'
The events of the past year have been rough to say the least. Finding out that such a thing as Corona Virus existed, then life as we knew it being turned upside down and learning the true meaning of the word 'pandemic.' Having to stay home, having to wear masks, dealing with food, water and basic toiletry shortages. Not to mention many restaurants, bars and grocery stores having to shut down or c