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Where to get COVID testing and vaccines in Central Illinois

Updated: December 29, 2021 As the state of Illinois increases resources at local health departments to provide mass vaccinations,...

AP: Vaccines making Thanksgiving easier, but hot spots remain

The U.S. is facing its second Thanksgiving of the pandemic in better shape than the first time around, thanks to the vaccine,...

The largest municipal force in the U.S. has thousands on unpaid leave over vaccines

Thousands of New York municipal workers, including police officers and firefighters, have chosen unpaid leave rather than getting inoculated against COVID-19, as...

What do variants and vaccines mean for COVID-19’s ‘new normal’?

The first of this fall’s Perry World House ‘The World Today’ series featured a conversation on the future of the pandemic with...

NPR: Fauci Says Current Vaccines Will Stand Up To The Delta Variant

Coronavirus cases and deaths in the U.S. are down dramatically from last winter's peaks, but the road ahead could still be a...

VOA: Some Universities Mandate Vaccines for Fall Students

More U.S. colleges and universities are announcing a return to in-person classes this fall, and some say they will mandate that students...

VOA:International Study Shows COVID-19 Vaccine Likely Uptake on the Rise

An international study shows an upward trend in support for receiving COVID-19 vaccines in several countries compared to the end of 2020, with the biggest increase in Britain and Sweden.  

New clues emerge on how early tetrapods learned to live—and eat—on land

Vaccine development is typically measured in years, not months. But as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, scientists are are racing the clock—and...

UW RESEARCHERS DEVELOP TOOL TO EQUITABLY DISTRIBUTE LIMITED VACCINES

To assist these efforts, researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and UW Health have developed a...

NPR: Amid Surges, Teachers Line Up For Their Vaccines

Don Brown has been driving a school bus for more than 20 years in the Chicago area. And for all that time,...
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[Illinois] Dump and Run

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Alumnus values relationships built along the way

Wigginton serves as president of National Civil Rights Museum From academia to public service, Russell Wigginton (PhD; ’01; history) has led a...