“This is just such a devastating shock. It’ll just leave such a hole in our heart forever they can never be filled,” Demello told WECT through tears on Monday. “If these kids could just realize not only what this could do to them, but how devastating it is to everybody around them. I’m just begging them to please go get their shots.”
Congressman Steve Cohen is supporting the National Institutes of Health (NIH) decision to change its guidance on the use of monoclonal antibodies to treat COVID-19 patients in line with the recommendations he made in a letter to President Joe Biden.
11-year-old Conner Underwood visited Chief Dale Lane to let him know that he was his assigned prayer partner in the Adopt A Cop program. Conner didn’t leave before praying for Lane and also giving him a letter.
From a long-term perspective, COVID-19 has changed how large businesses choose to operate, due in part to the trend of remote working and virtual office environments, leaving vacancies in downtown areas.
In a letter to the president, Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen suggests there needs to be more incentive to get vaccinated and prioritizing unvaccinated people for monoclonal antibody treatment is just the opposite.