Whoopee's coverage of COVID-19 and how the coronavirus is affecting the local community.
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.
New Rules For Wearing Masks CDC,The Mass Mask Mandate Stays
The CDC says that Americans who are fully vaccinated can now go without masks or physical distancing in most cases, even when they are indoors or in large groups. Governor Charlie Baker is however pumping the breaks in Massachusetts where the mask mandate will remain in place.
Children Ages 12 to 17 Can Now Receive Pfizer Vaccine
People age 12 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts can get vaccinated against COVID-19. People ages 12-17 can only get the Pfizer vaccine. People age 18 and older can get any vaccine. The vaccine is safe and effective. You don't need an ID or insurance to get it...
Massachusetts Expands Reopening Guidelines Starting Today
The Commonwealth enters the next stage of the reopening process today, May 10, as amusement parks can reopen and sports venues can increase capacity.
“Walk-In” Vaccination Clinics Today in North Adams and Pittsfield
Time to get your vaccine if you have not yet received your first shot. Today until 5 pm there is a Walk-In clinic at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish. The Parish is one of 3 "Walk in Clinics" available in the Berkshires. No appointment or registration is requi…
FDA Expected To OK Pfizer Vaccine For Ages 12-15 Soon
According to a federal official, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for youth 12 to 15 by next week.
Students Impacted By Remote Learning Will Have Summertime Help
Gov. Baker on Friday announced a slew of summer learning programs aimed at helping students who have been impacted by a year of remote and hybrid learning.
Mass. HS Students Required To Return To Fully In-Person Learning
The Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education said that all high school students in the state must return to full-time, in-person learning by May 17.