Rishi Sunak to unveil budget for ‘new economy’ after Covid – LIVE

R ishi Sunak will today hail his Budget as ushering in a “new economy” after the Covid pandemic as he confirms billions of pounds of funding for the NHS and wage rises for millions of workers. The Chancellor is to bill his tax and spending plans as preparing an “economy fit for a new age … Read more

Hatboro Doctor Already Pre-Booking Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments For Children

HATBORO, Pa. (CBS) — COVID-19 vaccines for children under 12 is a step closer. An FDA advisory panel voted in favor of the Pfizer vaccine Tuesday afternoon. Final approval from the CDC could come next week. The vaccine will be given in two doses, three weeks apart, but it’s one-third of the original dose. READ … Read more

51,007 Total Breakthrough COVID Cases Reported In Massachusetts, Which Is 1.08% Of Vaccinated People

BOSTON (CBS) – The number of breakthrough COVID cases in Massachusetts increased by 3,078 this week. On Tuesday, the state released its weekly report on the number of cases in vaccinated people. READ MORE: Mass. Probation Department Under Scrutiny Again After Employees Report Structural Racism, Discrimination The cumulative count this week was 51,007 people, which … Read more

B.C. to offer COVID vaccine boosters for all in ‘precedent-setting’ move

VICTORIA—British Columbia says it will offer booster doses of COVID-19 vaccine to its entire population, making it one of the first North American jurisdictions to commit to doing so — and setting a potential precedent for other provinces. All double-vaccinated British Columbians will be invited to book a third vaccine appointment at least six months … Read more

Denver’s Outdoor Dining Program Will Become Permanent

Tents, tables and even fishing huts have become common sights outside Denver restaurants, bars and breweries since shortly after the pandemic began and indoor dining closed across Colorado in March 2020. That May, the city launched a temporary outdoor dining program that allowed many Denver eateries to expand seating into parking lots, onto sidewalks and … Read more

COVID-19: Guelph’s museums and recreation centres increasing capacity | Globalnews.ca

The City of Guelph says it is lifting capacity limits and social distancing requirements at the facilities that require proof of vaccination. Mayor Cam Guthrie said in a statement that the step provides a sense of hope. Read more: Ontario government lifts COVID capacity limits for bars, restaurants, gyms beginning Monday “Our community has worked … Read more

LAUSD Student Athletes Face Halloween Deadline To Get Vaccinated Or Risk Being Unable To Play

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Thousands of student-athletes in the Los Angeles Unified School District have just days to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk being unable to participate in sports. Under LAUSD guidelines, students ages 12 and older who take part in sports programs, including band, must receive their second doze of the Pfizer vaccine … Read more

COVID News: CDC extends cruise ship health rules until mid-January

NEW YORK (WABC) — Federal health officials extended for nearly three more months its rules that cruise ships must follow to sail during the pandemic. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the extension makes only “minor modifications” to rules already in effect. The agency said that after Jan. 15, it plans to … Read more

Eamonn Holmes is struck down with Covid despite being double-jabbed

The TV presenter apologised as he confirmed in a Twitter post he would be a “no show” for the coming days while he was in self-isolation. Speaking candidly, the 61-year-old reassured fans he was “coping with the symptoms and effects well” after contracting the virus. He wrote: “Covid finally caught me. Thankfully I’m Double jabbed. … Read more