We can do better than what was ‘normal’ before the plague Texas News | San Antonio

We can do better than what was ‘normal’ before the plague  Texas News |  San Antonio

Click to increase Wikimedia Commons / New York State Metropolitan Transportation Authority Workers replace commercial air conditioning unit. This is a strange time in the plague. COVID-19 cases are climbing again in some parts of the United States, but are still falling from the jump in January elsewhere. The Om.2 micron BA.2 subdivision is now … Read more

The Bay Area, California, has dramatically slowed in the number of jobs in March

The Bay Area, California, has dramatically slowed in the number of jobs in March

The Bay Area provided another month of solid increases in employment as the California unemployment rate fell to its lowest point in more than two years. Employers added 13,100 jobs in March in the Gulf region, but recruitment slowed dramatically from February, when 22,100 jobs were added in the nine-district area, a report by the … Read more

New York City calls for masks, COVID-19 testing ahead of the holiday weekend; Broadway expands the mask mandate

New York City calls for masks, COVID-19 testing ahead of the holiday weekend;  Broadway expands the mask mandate

NEW YORK (WABC) – New York City has issued a COVID-19 warning ahead of this weekend’s holiday gatherings, after two new Omicron sub-variants were identified as causing an increase in the number of cases in the central part of the state. Health Commissioner Dr Ashwin and Essen urged residents to disguise themselves and get tested … Read more

New York identifies 2 subgenus of corona virus subvariant variants that spread through the state

New York City calls for masks, COVID-19 testing ahead of the holiday weekend;  Broadway expands the mask mandate

NEW YORK (WABC) – New York State has identified the emergence of two subsets of the COVID-19 Omicron BA.2 subdivision, named BA.2.12 and BA.2.12.1, which appear to have 23% to 27% Growth advantage over BA.2. New York has recently seen an increase in infections in the central part of the state, apparently driven by these … Read more