The COVID-19 Vaccine: what to know The COVID-19 virus has made 2020 a tough year for almost everyone. It’s ravaged small businesses, destroyed the economy, separated some from their loved ones and forced some people to go into hiding and isolate themselves for their own safety and health. Moderna hasContinue Reading

Quarantine: is there a correct way? To slow SARS-CoV-2, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Douglas County Public Health Department are highly recommending that people exposed to COVID-19 quarantine to reduce the risk of getting infected or infecting others. What, how and when do people quarantine andContinue Reading

Blood Drives: Important Details to Know By Veteran’s Day, the Douglas County public health network began reporting double digit increases per day in cases of COVID-19 with over 500 cases of people ill, 12 patients hospitalized in the county, and about 560 more residents in quarantine and another 148 inContinue Reading

Chalk the Walk

Students connect during Chalk the Walk domestic violence awareness campaign Douglas County’s Peace at Home organization with UCC’s student Government ASUCC is encouraging students with a virtual Chalk the Walk to celebrate Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) during October. All month, students can write positive messages drawn in chalk andContinue Reading