New Years can be the last day to some people to do the all of the crazy things they don’t want to be associated with the next year. For some, that’s a cheat day. Loading up on all of the calories before getting serious and hitting the gym come January 1.
Although the Omicron variant of COVID-19 hasn’t hit the Mount Rushmore State, it is spreading fast, and Avera and Sanford Health are urging people to take precautions and get vaccinated as those hospitals continue to fill with COVID patients.
The Wyoming Department of Health has issued a statement claiming that Norovirus is likely among the reasons behind increased reports gastrointestinal-related illnesses that have been reported recently in Wyoming.
Beginning Tuesday, Monument Health is expanding its visitor policy so that hospitalized patients will be able to have two visitors rather than one. The new policy also extends to a child accompanied by an adult as one of the two visitors.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The state of California. New York City. Hospitals and nursing homes. Colleges and universities. Employers are putting COVID-19 vaccine requirements into place and it’s getting attention. But what happens if workers refuse?
Since last Wednesday, South Dakota has seen an increase of 200 cases bringing the state’s total number to 124,948. Since Monday, the state of Wyoming has seen a 279 increase in COVID-19 cases bringing the total number of cases to 63,988.