Covid Was the Third Leading Cause of Death in the US Last Year
Covid killed more than 415,000 people in 2021 and contributed to the deaths of another 45,000 people, according to the CDC.
Alaska Airlines Cancels Dozens of Flights Over Staffing Issues
Alaska Airlines canceled dozens of U.S. West Coast flights Friday as off-duty pilots picketed in several major cities over an impasse in nearly three years of contract negotiations.
CDC Outlines Easing of Mask Guidance
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention outlined new measures for communities where COVID cases are dropping on Friday, meaning healthy people in these areas can take a break from wearing masks
Vt. Governor Signals Support for Eventual COVID-19 Memorial
Vermont’s governor has signaled support for the concept of a permanent memorial to eventually allow people to reflect on all we’ve all been through during the COVID-19 pandemic — namely the many lives lost. “I think it’s a good thought,” Gov. Phil Scott, R-Vermont, said last week in response to a question posed by NECN. Several families of people...
Massachusetts State House Set to Reopen to Public on Tuesday
The state house has been closed for nearly two years because of the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID Cases Surging Across Mass., in Schools
The number of COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts schools has effectively nearly doubled week over week, with nearly 8,000 students and staff testing positive in the past week.
This Mass. Woman Tried for a Year to Get a Flight Refund, Then She Contacted Us
A woman from Arlington, Massachusetts, spent more than a year trying to get a refund for a cancelled flight. Frustrated with the airline, Eliza Tadley says she filed a complaint with the Department of Transportation, called the Attorney General’s office, and — as a last resort — contacted our NBC10 Boston Responds team for help. Tadley had planned to visit…
NBC10 Boston Responds Helps Woman With Delayed Refund From Air Portugal
NBC10 Boston Responds helps an Arlington woman who spent more than a year trying to get a refund for a cancelled flight.
Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, and Rapid COVID Tests? How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Safely
When it comes to Thanksgiving, it is always about food and family, but deciding how big of a crowd should be around the table this year is a difficult decision for many. With two weeks until Thanksgiving, children were excited to roll up their sleeves at a vaccination clinic in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, on Thursday, but they will not be fully…
Here's Some Food for Thought Around Celebrating Thanksgiving Safely
Families are eager to return to normal, but many are proceeding with caution this Thanksgiving.