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INDIANAPOLIS — State officials announced Wednesday that vaccine allocation would prioritize those most at risk for hospitalization and death f…
About the second week in December, my life began taking an unusual turn. One of my former softball players, Brianna, came to visit with her 13…
Mask up. Avoid large gatherings. Wash hands frequently.
COVID-19 is new but coronaviruses aren’t and humans have been studying them for 55 years. This is what gave doctors and scientists a leg up on producing an effective vaccine.
Putting their own lives at risk, Madison County's health care workers and first responders have been on the front lines of the county's fight against COVID-19 since March.
The novel coronavirus, the virus that causes COVID-19, entered the public consciousness early this year, quickly going from being news reports of something happening overseas to a household phrase as it spread to become a pandemic.
As we humbly and reverently pause to say goodbye to 2020, let us not look past its gifts.
When Community Hospital Anderson threw open its doors Friday to administer the initial round of coronavirus vaccines, Madison County Health Officer Dr. Stephen Wright was one of the first to roll up his sleeve.