May 16, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert

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The latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic from Wednesday, May 12, 2021.

INDIANAPOLIS — Here are Wednesday’s latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic, including the latest news on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing in Indiana. Registrations for the vaccine are now open for select groups through the Indiana State Department of Health. This story will be updated over the course of the day with more news on the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CVS begins offering COVID-19 vaccines to kids age 12-15

CVS will begin administering Pfizer’s two-shot COVID-19 vaccine to children between

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The latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic from Tuesday, May 11, 2021.

INDIANAPOLIS — Here are Tuesday’s latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic, including the latest news on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing in Indiana. Registrations for the vaccine are now open for select groups through the Indiana State Department of Health. This story will be updated over the course of the day with more news on the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Amazon to vaccinate 20,000 Indiana employees and their families

Amazon hosted an on-site vaccine event for its employees and their

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The latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic from Sunday, May 9, 2021.

INDIANAPOLIS — Here are Sunday’s latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic, including the latest news on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing in Indiana. Registrations for the vaccine are now open for select groups through the Indiana State Department of Health. This story will be updated over the course of the day with more news on the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Fauci says masks could become seasonal after coronavirus pandemic

The nation’s top infectious disease expert on Sunday predicted face masks

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Editor’s note: This is a live account of COVID-19 updates from Sunday, May 2, as the day unfolded. It is no longer being updated. Click here to see all the most recent news about the pandemic, and click here to find additional resources.

Seattle’s May Day March on Saturday showed the annual event’s usual sense of spirit in fighting for immigrant and worker rights, but also the peculiar, painful moment of a pandemic that has affected every aspect of life. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic’s disproportionate impact on essential workers, attendees marched for the rights of the most vulnerable

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Fitness and exercise may be a way to build muscle, lose some weight, increase metabolism and improve your overall physique, but one thing that can motivate many people to stay active is the sense of overall well-being and improvement in mental health. 

Not everyone has to be extremely into fitness to feel the benefits of being active on a regular basis. Benefits of regular exercise include improved mental well-being, better sleep, improved memory, more energy and sharper thinking. 






Konner Johnson

Konner Johnson is a certified personal trainer.




“I got into fitness well over five years ago;

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States began halting use of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot vaccine Tuesday after federal health officials recommended a pause “out of an abundance of caution” because of rare but dangerous blood clots.

California, New York, Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Florida were among more than a dozen states to almost immediately follow the guidance from the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

Jeff Zients, White House COVID-19 response coordinator, said the pause would have little impact on vaccine availability. The U.S will have enough Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for 300 million Americans by end of July, he

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