Whoopee's coverage of COVID-19 and how the coronavirus is affecting the local community.
New Study Finds Some Coffee A Day Keeps The COVID Away
According to a new study, having at least one cup of coffee a day is associated with a lower risk of infection from COVID-19.
What New Info We Are finding Out About The Delta Variant
The more contagious Delta variant is the dominant coronavirus strain here in Massachusetts.
Engineers Create New Face Mask That Can Detect COVID-19
Engineers at MIT and Harvard have designed a novel face mask that can diagnose the wearer with Covid-19.
Great Barrington Leads the Berkshires in Vaccinations…North Adams Near the Bottom
An interesting snapshot of the population breakdown of how many residents in Massachusetts cities and towns have been vaccinated, along with the percentage of the population of each community's population was recently reported at masslive.com...
Here Are Some Sneaky Things That Can Make You Gain Weight
Some of us packed on a few pounds this past year we called it everything from the corona 15 to pandemic pounds and covid 19. Luckily, losing weight. or at least not gaining anymore is also possible. Here are four sneaky things that contribute to weight gain. So Hopefully these tips will help us all…
Hugs and Handshakes Are Making A Comeback Are You Doing It Right
If you've ever had a job interview, you know shaking hands is very important. But we're all a little out of practice after the pandemic. Shaking hands and hugging friends, We have a little refresher course for you since people are heading back into the workforce and seeing more poeple. Her…
Nearly 4,000 Fully Vaccinated MA Citizens Test Positive For COVID
In just a one-week span, another 150 vaccinated people in Massachusetts have tested positive for coronavirus.
Here Are The Stats Of Where We Are At With Covid-19
Businesses here in the Berkshires and across the state are starting to open up again now that covid restrictions have been lifted.
Check Out The Best And Worst Cities To Raise A Family In 2021
According to a survey by the Census Bureau, an American may move 11.4 times (on average) during his or her lifetime and if you are in the military or radio it could even be more than that.
What People Are Buying Since The Pandemic Is Winding Down
It seems like at the beginning of the pandemic we were all dropping a ton of money on toilet paper and cleaning supplies. But now it seems as we are looking at things differently, New priorities are shifting as things open back up.