The Massachusetts Attorney General is suing the food delivery platform Grubhub, arguing that the company dealt restaurants a financial blow by violating a fee-cap in place during the COVID-19 state Continue Reading
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Mark Mester reports for the KTLA 5 News at 3 on July 29, 2021.
Ranking last in the nation for vaccinations, Alabama is now dealing with its second-worst wave of coronavirus infections since the pandemic began. AL.com data reporter Ramsey Archibald joins "Red and Continue Reading
Across the country, about 1 in 4 health care workers still aren’t vaccinated against Covid-19. NBC News’ Gabe Gutierrez speaks with a group of them in North Carolina to find Continue Reading
Two pole vaulters have been ruled out of the Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19, after Tokyo reported record daily infections. Sam Kendricks and Armand Duplantis were had high hopes Continue Reading
Tropical Park in Miami-Dade County illustrated that question Thursday. Local 10 News spoke to at least one person who was willing to get tested fearing she had the coronavirus but Continue Reading
Global health policy expert Dr. Vin Gupta speaks about the efforts he thinks the Biden administration should take when it comes to boosting vaccinations as the unvaccinated threaten the fights Continue Reading
President Biden announced new Covid-19 vaccine incentives including having states use federal funds to award unvaccinated people $100 if they get the vaccine. He also announced new Covid-19 vaccine mandates Continue Reading