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New COVID-19 Guidelines in Place for Georgia

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s new COVID-19 order, which is in effect May 1, 2021 through May 30, 2021, drops previously mandated restrictions. The new order...

Demand for COVID-19 Vaccination Continues to Decline

The demand to get vaccinated against COVID-19 has dropped in the Palmetto State. South Carolina Department of Health and Environment Control Assistant State Epidemiologist Doctor...

Latest COVID-19 Updates in South Carolina and Georgia

South Carolina health officials are issuing a literal call to arms, asking young people to get their COVID-19 vaccinations. Department of Health of Environmental Control...

Plant Vogtle Expansion Hits Two Key Milestones

Georgia Power Co. has achieved two important milestones in the construction of two additional nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle, the Atlanta-based utility announced Monday.

Georgia to Restart Use of J&J Vaccine After Federal Officials Lift Pause

Georgians will again get access to the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine after federal health officials recommended states again use the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, but now also hand out updated fact sheets that will warn about rare blood clots in women that paused the vaccine’s use.

Connecting Rural Georgia to the World

The Georgia Cyber Center at Augusta University has jumped into the effort to get the state’s rural and underserved communities connected to the internet. During...

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates for South Carolina and New Clinic Coming to Augusta

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environment Control updated news outlets across the state on the status of COVID-19 vaccinations. Dr. Brannon Traxler, DHEC...

Augusta Commissioners Continue To Target Gold Cross EMS

The EMS Ambulance Performance Standards Subcommittee met on Thursday to discuss the efficiency of Gold Cross EMS, and it became very clear that Commissioners...

The Air We Breathe in Georgia Comes Up Smelling Bad

The American Lung Association has released its annual “State of the Air” report and some Georgia cities are not smelling like roses, although there...

Augusta University Announces Million Dollar Gift

Augusta University announced a $1 million donation on April 21. Emily Baumann donated the amount to the Emily S. Baumann Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Fund,...

COVID-19 Cases on the Rise Both Locally and State-wide

Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer for Augusta University Health, agrees with state health experts' concerns that were expressed during a...

South Carolina Expects Little Impact from J&J Vaccine Pause

Dr. Brannon Traxler, South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control's Interim Public Health Director, said in a virtual media briefing Wednesday that the...
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