Health leaders say a new and more contagious COVID-19 variant, Delta Plus, is now in the U.S. Oklahoma’s health experts say the variant has not spread across the country yet and they believe the virus could be spreading slower because of the natural immunity created during the Delta surge in the summer. “The people that […]

Importantly, the study found no cases of myocarditis, or inflammation of the heart muscle. This does not mean that myocarditis won’t surface among a much larger group of children. As the FDA advisers reviewed in extensive detail, myocarditis is a known adverse reaction associated with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, and is most prevalent in […]

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Another Packers receiver has been placed on the team’s COVID-19/reserve list. One day after Davante Adams was put on the list, Allen Lazard was added to the list. Putting someone on the list means that person either tested positive for COVID-19, or has been in close contact with an infected […]

CHICAGO — Blackhawks defenseman Riley Stillman and forward Jujhar Khaira joined Patrick Kane in the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol on Sunday. The winless Blackhawks also said assistant Marc Crawford will not coach against the Detroit Red Wings because of the protocol. The Blackhawks announced Sunday morning that forward Ryan Carpenter and defenseman Erik Gustafsson had been […]

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — The Chicago Bears placed veteran tight end Jimmy Graham on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Friday. In his second season with the Bears, the five-time Pro Bowl selection has just one catch for 11 yards. He joins running back Damien Williams and linebacker Robert Quinn on the COVID list. Williams missed last […]

• Defensive tackle Akiem Hicks was downgraded from questionable to out for Sunday’s game in Tampa. The 10-year NFL veteran returned to practice on a limited basis Friday after sitting out Wednesday and Thursday. Hicks did not travel to Tampa with the team.  Hicks hurt his groin on the defense’s first play Oct. 3 in […]

Chandler Jones was back in the building working out Friday with the Cardinals, but he wasn’t practicing and he won’t play Sunday against the Texans. The linebacker remained on the Reserve/COVID-19 list as the Cards made their final transactions of the week on Saturday. They moved up four practice squad players: defensive lineman Josh Mauro, […]

In my experience, a journalist who admits uncertainty and owns up to mistakes is ultimately more trusted, not less so. (Even opinion writers should be accountable to facts and alive to the unknowable.) For this reason, CNN is wrong to double down on its smug reports that vaccine-skeptic podcaster Joe Rogan treated his coronavirus with […]

Doctors in the Tampa Bay area are trying to get a better understanding on how COVID-19 impacts kids with immune deficiencies. “He has what’s called XLA. It’s an immune deficiency disorder where his body does not produce antibodies basically,” said Jessica Collier. Navigating the pandemic hasn’t been easy for most people, made even more difficult […]

Several panelists said on Friday that they felt comfortable with the amount of data the N.I.H. researchers had gathered to recommend F.D.A. authorization for mixing vaccines. Dr. Ofer Levy, director of the Precision Vaccines Program at the Boston Children’s Hospital at Harvard, said that many Americans had already taken the matter into their own hands, […]

9 months ago · 164.7 KB Download This document provides a brief summary of key tax provisions contained in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, H.R. 133, that was signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020. This resource also serves as a supplement to engagement letters, organizers, checklists and practice guides contained in the AICPA Tax […]

2 months ago · 28 min read This series of frequently asked questions (FAQs) provide answers to questions we are hearing from our members about the various tax-related relief packages pertaining to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The AICPA continues to advocate for relief on many issues. Check back often as we will update these FAQs as […]

Vaccine Eligibility Window First dose: Between October 18 – November 9 Second dose: By November 30 $100,000 Minnesota College Scholarship Drawings All Minnesotans 12-17 who have completed their two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series at any time in 2021 are eligible for the drawings. Vaccine Eligibility Window First and second dose received anytime in […]