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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) 2020 Updates
Walk-in Vaccination Clinic in Amarillo Will Open Again on Monday
We just have to make it to Monday.
Things Still Closed In Amarillo, But It's Not All Bad News Today
If you're looking for some good news today, we're back at Level Orange.
Coffee Memorial Blood Center Is Facing Its Toughest Times
The pandemic has created a new level of need for blood donations, now they are facing another shortage due to the incredible cold weather here in the panhandle.
See? I Told You It Wouldn't Take Long To Get More Vaccine Doses.
If you get it soon, hopefully you can avoid the frigid windchill that is being forecast for our area.
Amarillo Parks and Recreation Gave an Update on Their Operations
In case you missed the announcement, it affects everything from some public restrooms to golf.
Second Dose of Moderna Vaccine Currently Unavailable in Amarillo
If history is any kind of good indicator as to how long it will take for those doses to arrive, we should expect them sooner rather than later.
Amarillo Bulls Finally Get The OK To Have Fans In The Stands
It has been a long time coming. It really has but for the first time in 2021 the Amarillo Bulls finally get to have a home game with fans in the stand. This is great news.
If You Got The Vaccine, You Can Still Give Blood In Amarillo
Also, Kids Inc. donor days officially kicked off yesterday.
Today's Covid Report Card Came Out, And There's Some Good News
Today, our hospitalization rate on the report card was under 15 percent
Walmart And Sam’s Club To Administer COVID-19 Vaccines Soon
Those eligible will be able to register to receive the vaccine by booking an appointment at the Walmart and Sam's Club websites.
Budweiser Skips Super Bowl Ad For First Time in 37 Years
Budweiser joins Pepsi and Coca-Cola in the decision to sideline their popular commercials this year.
New Amarillo Rental Assistance Program Underway And Just In Time
The last coronavirus relief stimulus was not enough many locals feel, plus with with the ongoing struggles with renters, Amarillo Community Development decided to launch another low-income rental assistance program.