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One Step Closer

By: Pam Corn / Posted on: September 23, 2020

Johnson & Johnson has made one more step closer towards a vaccine to fight off the coronavirus. Even though they may be a couple months behind the other companies that have already made it to phase 3 trials, their new vaccine has possibly more advantages over the others.

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Virus Uptick

By: Pam Corn / Posted on: September 2, 2020

After 5000 Universities and Colleges recently reopened across the U.S., new hotspots of coronavirus cases are emerging. States such as South Dakota and Iowa are beginning to see an uptick in confirmed cases resulting in uncertainty when we might see progress made with offsetting the virus.

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Mask Mandate Reaches Truck Stops

By: Nick Stanley / Posted on: July 22, 2020

One week from today another industry will take part in the efforts to contain the coronavirus. Yesterday, Love’s Travel Stops announced starting July 29th all 520 of their locations are requiring customers to wear face masks before entering their stores. Love’s joins the growing list of other retailers who have implemented a mask policy. Love’s President Shane Wharton states, “We are joining other retailers by implementing a face-covering policy for customers, and will continue to follow the guidance of health officials and adjust our practices to help keep our customers and team members safe.”

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COVID-19 vaccine trials

By: Ryan Wolfe / Posted on: July 15, 2020

To combat COVID-19, Moderna launched a Phase 1 study consisting of 45 participants in an effort to create a vaccine on an expedited timeline. March 16th was the start of the Phase 1 testing. The initial group of 45 people were divided into groups of 15 individuals.   Each grouping received 2 doses of treatment, but each group received a different dosage of the proposed vaccine (25, 100, or 250 microgram dosages). The subjects who received both doses, showed higher levels of virus-defeating antibodies when compared to individuals who had recovered from the coronavirus. The majority of participants who received both dosages did report adverse reactions, as to be expected during the trials.

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Another Housing Market Crisis Ahead

By: Adam Dunlap / Posted on: July 6, 2020

Covid-19 is still having a lasting impact, gripping the US economy some 5 months after it reared its ugly head. This time it is targeting the US housing market. With 44 million Americans still unemployed, many unable to pay rent and utilities, and temporary eviction bans set to lift, the US faces an eviction catastrophe the likes of which we have never seen.

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