Posts Tagged: KRNB

AFRICAN AMERICANS SAY THEY MIGHT TAKE THE COVID-19 VACCINE

As the first dose of newly approved coronavirus vaccine hit the United States, nearly one third of Black Americans remain hesitant to get the covid-19 vaccine. According to a survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation, their study has found that 35% of Black Americans would probably not consider taking the vaccine if it is widely… Read more »

DALLAS COUNTY HITS 2.5K DAILY COVID-19 CASES

UT Southwestern latest forecast reports Dallas County on track to hitting 2,500 new covid-19 cases, daily by next week. Dallas County health officials are concerned of this recent increase in COVID cases, translating into to even more hospitalization down the line. Dallas County Health Director Dr. Philip Huang states; “Bottom line: we know if at… Read more »

DALLAS COWBOYS START THEIR SEASON DURING COVID-19

As we continue the second half of the year during the pandemic the 2020 NFL season has started. The Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams face off this Sunday, September 13th for the open game of 2020 NFL season. With no preseason games this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, this week is the first time… Read more »

FACE SHIELDS SHOULDN’T BE A SUBSTITUTE TO FIGHT COVID-19

Health officials say face shields should not replace regular facemasks when fighting COVID-19. Face shields should only be for extra protection of viral droplets entering through the eyes. Facemasks are still best for protecting yourself from the spread of the coronavirus. If you’re interested in buying a face shield the CDC request it’s the one… Read more »

US SURPASSES 6M COVID-19 CASES

The CDC has made changes for covid-19 testing to exclude people without symptoms. As we all try to continue life during a pandemic, the count of Americans infected with covid-19 has officially surpasses 6 millions as of August 31st, according to the data from John Hopkins University. Despite the statement made about how many Americans… Read more »