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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) 2020 Updates
There’s a New Scam Coming with Vaccine Cards… Is Amarillo Next?
There's a new COVID-19 scam promising you a quick trip back to normal... but this one isn't worth the paper it's printed on
There Are More Places to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine in Amarillo
In a press release yesterday, United Supermarkets announced that they are doing vaccine clinics at communities across Texas.
All Adults Eligible For Covid Vaccine Next Week
So get ready for it. The flood of Facebook photos of even more people posting that they got their Covid Vaccination. As more and more people are eligible to start getting their first round. Then of course schedule their second shot. The time is here.
Looking Back: A Year After The First COVID-19 Case In Amarillo
Today marks the one year anniversary of the first positive Covid-19 case in our area.
Another Amarillo Group is Eligible for Vaccines Starting Monday
Another Amarillo group is about to become eligible to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine locally
Amarillo Businesses Still Planning on Asking You to Wear a Mask
Here is a quick list of what we've found while searching to see what businesses will be requiring or requesting that guests wear masks.
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.