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‘It’s never gonna be totally gone’: What it means to end COVID-19 pandemic

For as often as it feels like the COVID-19 pandemic will never go away, the simple truth is it eventually will. The more complicated...

With widespread at-home testing, more COVID-19 cases will be missing from official counts

Widespread availability of at-home COVID-19 tests could be one of the more useful tools in an effort to reach the end of the pandemic,...

Long-haul COVID-19 baffles health care professionals

Nearly 20,000 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 since March 2020. If researchers from Penn State College of Medicine are correct, more than half...

COVID-19 is Spreading More Than Ever in the U.S. and Around the World

Broderick Rhyant, M.D.Chief Physician Executive, Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor With COVID-19 vaccines introduced nearly one year ago, it would be reasonable to believe that...

Omicron comes just in time to (maybe) ruin Christmas plans

A year after canceling Christmas plans in favor of video calls with family, Brandon Powell is ready to do it all over again. When Powell...

Report recommends more low-barrier shelter beds, navigation hub for homeless

Indianapolis could add more than 100 low-barrier shelter beds in a new building, along with a services navigation center, to help close the gap...

Health department opens vaccine clinic for kids 5-11 only

The Marion County Public Health Department opened a new COVID-19 vaccine clinic for 5- to 11-year-olds only. The clinic, located at 3685 Commercial Drive,...

‘I hate COVID’: Younger children roll up their sleeves for vaccine

Six-year-old Bellamy Hermmann sat in a chair that could have held three of her comfortably and rolled up her pink sleeve, exposing a tiny...

Mid-North neighborhood to get $3.5M in investment over 3 years

The Mid-North neighborhood will receive $3.5 million in investments for housing, education and food access over a three-year period as part of the city’s...

Roll up your sleeves: Kids’ turn arrives for COVID-19 shots

Hugs with friends. Birthday parties indoors. Pillow fights. School children who got their first COVID-19 shots Nov. 3 said these are the pleasures they...

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