coronavirus

Can employers make it mandatory for workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

As the COVID-19 vaccines move closer towards approval in the United States, some members of the workforce are asking if their employers will, or can, make vaccination against the novel virus mandatory. Find out what experts have to say on RADIO.COM.
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35-year-old father of 5 dies of COVID: 'It's so unfair'

A young Texas family is mourning the death of their patriarch who died after battling coronavirus. Matthew Law, a father of five, passed away from COVID-19 after first feeling ill on Halloween. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Superintendent wants teachers prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine

Superintendent William Hite said he’s joining superintendents from other big-city districts to recommend that teachers be among the first to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
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U.S. plans to distribute COVID vaccines to 100 million people by end of February

The United States is aiming to distribute coronavirus vaccines to 100 million Americans by the end of February. The ambitious announcement based on expected numbers of vaccines to be available from both Pfizer and Moderna.
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Christmas trees are really hot this year: 'People want an old-fashioned Christmas'

Christmas tree outlets are seeing brisk sales, possibly because of the coronavirus pandemic. WBBM Newsradio’s Rachel Pierson talks with retailers.
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Sheriff who wouldn't enforce restrictions tests positive for COVID-19

Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones has tested positive for COVID-19, the department announced. Jones had said he would not enforce the governor’s limited curfew and other restrictions.
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Couple uses deposit from canceled wedding to feed 200 people on Thanksgiving

An Illinois couple canceled their big wedding amid the coronavirus pandemic and used their catering deposit to feed the needy. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Coronavirus Good News

More "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak

Here's some good news stories to head into the weekend with!
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Did hotel host 'super spreader' wedding party? County investigates

A Hilton hotel in Prospect Heights has caught the attention of Cook County Public Health officials after it was reported there were nearly 300 people at a wedding party there.
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Carnival Cruise cancels more cruises due to ongoing pandemic

Carnival Cruise Line announces it is canceling more sailings due to the pandemic. The cruise line says itineraries from Port Canaveral, Galveston, and Miami scheduled for February are now canceled.
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