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The annual Autism Speaks Walk returns to Charlotte October 29.

Summer is quickly approaching, and what better way to welcome the warmer weather than by learning to swim. Mecklenburg County’s aquatics department is offering free lessons to the public. Lessons will take place at the Double Oaks and Cordelia public pools. Anyone from 6-month-olds to adults is eligible. The county hopes the lessons will increase drowning prevention. […]

The holidays start this week and we want to make sure we’re keeping our family members safe this year by getting our COVID-19 tests. StarMed Healthcare announced that its west Charlotte location at 4001 Tuckaseegee Road will be open on Christmas Day for COVID-19 testing. They will offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing and antibody therapy from 11 […]

As the CDC announced it’s final clearance of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine for children 5-11 years old, Mecklenburg County Public Health leaders announced that they have received it’s first ship of the vaccine on Tuesday.  The shipment contained 13,500 doses of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine.  Click here to get more information. 

As time has determined, Covid-19 is not going anywhere.  So, we’re learning how to live with it.  People are taking trips and visiting their family all over the country with the help of the new CDC guidelines and restrictions.  One of the major requirements that is helping reduce the transmission of the virus is mandating […]

It’s the moment that a lot of parents have been waiting for.  On Tuesday, the CDC issued the final clearance for the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine for children between  5-11 years old.  Children in that age bracket could start getting their shots as early as the week of November 8.  Click here to read more.

Sending students back to school during a pandemic has proven to be a major challenge and its causing a some headaches for parents.  While some students have been sent home due to being infected with the virus, others have been sent home to quarantine due to close contact with an infected person.  This is posing […]

If your major reason for not getting vaccinated was that none of the vaccines were FDA approved, you can take that excuse away now. On Monday, the FDA gave full approval the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.  This expected to open the door to more vaccine mandates. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced they granted full […]

Our thoughts and prayers are with Rev. Jesse Jackson and his wife Jacqueline.  Although the couple was vaccinated, they both tested positive for Covid-19 and were admitted to the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago over the weekend.  Reportedly, they are both doing well and responding positively to their treatment plans.   We hope you both get […]

The U.S. FDA is expected to approve the Pfizer vaccine for youth 12 – 15 years old soon.  This means that youth could be vaccinated just in time for the 2021-2022 school year.  Stay tuned for more details with Olympia D. on 105.3 RNB.