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Georgia vaccine distribution slowed by short supply, resistance to shots

While the number of Georgians taking the COVID-19 vaccines increased from last week, Georgia officials preached patience Thursday as the vaccine supply remains well-shy...

Georgia’s slow COVID vaccine rollout exposes broad public health shortfall

The Georgia Department of Public Health is working to get COVID-19 vaccines in the arms of eligible Georgians, but employees there do not get...

Biden pledges massive vaccine uptick as states struggle to deliver shots

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden on Friday sketched out his proposal for overhauling the country’s slow and uneven effort to vaccinate Americans against COVID-19, pledging...

Biden unveils $1.9 trillion emergency aid to fight COVID, economic crises

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden is calling on Congress to approve a sweeping package for economic and pandemic relief with a price tag twice...

New federal vaccine rules could punish Georgia’s slow rollout

Gov. Brain Kemp urged Georgians struggling to get a COVID-19 vaccine to stay patient as the state deals with early technical glitches and supply...

Georgia university chief announces retirement after year jolted by COVID

University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley announced Tuesday he will retire July 1, capping a long career in Georgia’s higher education wrapping up...

Top state Senate Republican catches COVID; dozens of state reps skip...

This story was updated at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Senate Majority Leader Mike Dugan announced Tuesday – just the second day of the legislative session –...

Georgia lawmakers return to Capitol with COVID, security on their minds

State lawmakers raised their right hands Monday and swore an oath through face masks as the General Assembly started a new session in the...

Three Democrats catch COVID after sheltering with maskless Republicans

This post was updated Jan. 12 11:45 a.m. to include more members testing positive for COVID-19. WASHINGTON—The leader of the Congressional Progressive Caucus said Tuesday...

COVID concerns pair with budget constraints as schools brace for 2021

Two of Georgia's largest school districts, Fulton and Cherokee County, are the latest in Georgia to temporarily move classes online as school resumes in...
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