06/29/2022 08:26 PM
COVID-19 shots for U.S. infants, toddlers and preschoolers moved a step closer Wednesday.
U.S. regulators on Thursday strictly limited who can receive Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine due to the ongoing risk of rare but serious blood clots.
The University of Rochester is putting its booster mandate for all university students, faculty, staff, including at the University of Rochester Medical Center, on hold indefinitely.
Governor Hochul announced new eligibility for second COVID-19 vaccine boosters on Saturday.
Farmington Urgent Care is closing to offset what UR Medicine Thompson Health is calling significant staffing challenges.
Monroe County is experiencing a new spike in COVID cases.
Governor Kathy Hochul issued a letter on Tuesday to the New York Congressional delegation requesting more funding in New York's fight against COVID-19.
A girl from the Finger Lakes is one of the winners of the state's #VaxForKids Sticker Design Contest.
The New York State Department of Health is now reporting the effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine in school-age children is on the decline.
What's better: The vaccine or natural immunity? A lot of people claim the answer is natural immunity, and they're citing a CDC report.
RIT is once against postponing its deadline for eligible students and staff to get their COVID-19 booster shot.
Time between vaccines has been extended.
Health care workers will not have to get their COVID boosters by Monday or lose their jobs after all.
The NYSPHSAA is limiting attendance at the Competitive Cheerleading State Championships to fewer than 400 people because of the Rochester Institute of Technology's proof of vaccination policy.
There is a looming deadline that already-stretched hospitals and nursing homes are worried might make staffing shortages even worse.