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Georgia colleges wade into ‘vaccine passport’ debate in new COVID clash

After a stressful year of video conferences and hybrid coursework, University of North Georgia associate professor of rhetoric and composition Matthew Boedy is beginning...

Biden calls for paid time off for vaccinations as U.S. hits...

WASHINGTON — Federal and state officials now face trying to reach Americans unable or unwilling to get the COVID-19 vaccine, after meeting President Joe...

Federal COVID aid could be ‘game changer’ for hard hit Georgia...

With Georgia's unemployment rate inching back toward historic norms, more parents are calling on day care owner Shenette Zachary, and the playground outside Kennesaw's...

HHS secretary: ‘You probably live 5 miles’ from COVID-19 vaccination site

In March, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp made everyone 16 and up eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. As of Monday, the rest of the country is...

Pandemic recession pain remains for Georgians whose income disappeared

Just over a year from a record-setting wave of layoffs in Georgia, the state's unemployment rate is within 1% of its pre-pandemic position. As the...

Pause for J&J vaccine extended as federal health officials plot next...

WASHINGTON — Use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot will remain paused for at least a week, after a federal vaccine advisory panel said...

Georgia pauses Johnson & Johnson vaccine after rare blood clots

Georgia will temporarily stop administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, following federal recommendations after six recipients nationwide reported a rare and severe stroke-like...

Vaccine passport debate grows as Georgians leave COVID hibernation

The virus privacy debate is heating up as the U.S. government works with businesses to develop guidelines for requirements that employees and customers prove...

Biden opens up COVID-19 vaccine access as cases surge in some...

WASHINGTON — Every adult in the U.S. will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine by April 19, President Joe Biden said Tuesday, praising governors...

CDC: If you’re fully vaccinated, you can travel in the U.S.

WASHINGTON — Fully vaccinated individuals can travel at low risk to themselves and do not need to get a COVID-19 test or quarantine after...
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