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CDC Urges Vaccinated To Mask Up Indoors In Places With High Virus Transmission

The CDC is now recommending fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors in areas where the coronavirus is circulating widely. The agency also recommends all teachers, staff and students in K-12 schools wear masks, even if they’re vaccinated

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Texas Recommends Resuming Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shots After CDC, FDA Give Green Light

The news comes a day after state health officials said that a Texas woman who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine had been hospitalized with blood clots and whose condition was being investigated by the CDC as potentially connected to … Continue reading

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For Some Residents In Midland, Taking A Hot Shower Causes Sneezing And Other Reactions To The City’s Water

By Mitch Borden Not to overshare, but a hot shower is one of my favorite things in the world. The warm water. getting clean. You know, it’s all great. But when I moved to Midland though, something strange started happening … Continue reading

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Sickened Airline Passenger in Midland Does Not Have Ebola

Update Wednesday 9:45 AM: City of Midland Spokesperson Sara Higgins has confirmed the sickened airline passenger transported to Midland Memorial Hospital (MMH) after landing in Midland does not have Ebola. “Ebola has been completely ruled out,” Higgins says, noting that Midland Memorial Hospital … Continue reading

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CDC Director on Texas Diagnosis: “We’re stopping Ebola in its tracks”

During a teleconference Tuesday evening at the CDC in Atlanta, Director Dr. Tom Frieden confirmed the first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. The patient was admitted and placed into isolation on September 28th at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in … Continue reading

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