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Things Still Closed In Amarillo, But It’s Not All Bad News Today
If you're looking for some good news today, we're back at Level Orange.
Coffee Memorial Blood Center Is Facing Its Toughest Times
The pandemic has created a new level of need for blood donations, now they are facing another shortage due to the incredible cold weather here in the panhandle.
See? I Told You It Wouldn’t Take Long To Get More Vaccine Doses.
If you get it soon, hopefully you can avoid the frigid windchill that is being forecast for our area.
Second Dose of Moderna Vaccine Currently Unavailable in Amarillo
If history is any kind of good indicator as to how long it will take for those doses to arrive, we should expect them sooner rather than later.
Patrick Mahomes Avoids Near Disaster From A Haircut
The Kansas City Chiefs had to isolate two players this week when it was revealed that a barber with COVID-19 had cut their hair. But it could have been much worse.
Amarillo CVS Pharmacies To Administer COVID-19 Vaccines
Amarillo CVS locations will begin vaccinations on Feb. 11 with appointments becoming available for booking as early as Feb. 9, the company stated in a press release.
Walmart And Sam’s Club To Administer COVID-19 Vaccines Soon
Those eligible will be able to register to receive the vaccine by booking an appointment at the Walmart and Sam's Club websites.
Target Is Giving Huge Bonuses Out To All Employees
The company will give $500 bonuses to all hourly workers and bonuses of $1,000 to $2,000
New Amarillo Rental Assistance Program Underway And Just In Time
The last coronavirus relief stimulus was not enough many locals feel, plus with with the ongoing struggles with renters, Amarillo Community Development decided to launch another low-income rental assistance program.
Amarillo Officials Update City Free COVID-19 Vaccine Schedule
COA Public Health Department’s COVID-19 vaccine walk-in clinic at the Amarillo Civic Center has an updated schedule, according to a city news release.
Potter County Judge Extends Closures of City Buildings
This state of disaster will continue, “until further order of the Commissioners Court or until Governor Greg Abbott vacates, rescinds, or cancels the current state-wide declaration of disaster”.
Texans May Get Another Stimulus Check From Biden Soon
The Biden plan is the first of two major spending initiatives The President Elect will seek in the first few months of his presidency, according to Biden officials.