COVID-19 hospitalizations are still high in the Q-C, as local hospital systems reported 81 patients battling the virus Monday.
COVID-19 dominated the news this week. Mask mandates, vaccine mandates, and local hospitals increasingly burdened by high numbers of COVID patients found plenty of time in the spotlight. Reports from local health departments also showed one old story remained the same - the virus is still killing Quad-Citians.
Those who went to Thursday night's Michael Buble concert in the Tax Slayer Center were asked to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a neg…
President Biden has called for proof of vaccination or regular testing for businesses with more than 100 employees. A Quad-Cities human resources expert says large employers should "try and start planning ahead, as much as possible."
A partner at the management labor and employment law firm Pappas Wright, PC, most of Allison Wright's days are spent helping clients prepare f…
Wednesday's reporting from local and state public health sources showed COVID-19 claimed the lives of five Quad-Citians
Genesis Health System and UnityPoint Health-Trinity reported a combined 85 COVID-19 patients Monday - including a total of 28 patients in ICUs battling the virus.
COVID-19 claimed another life in Rock Island County over the weekend and numbers from the county show young people remain a large portion of the newly infected