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ANGOLA — Steuben County’s two chain agriculture stores are making it pretty plain: Use of a livestock dewormer is not safe as a treatment for COVID-19.

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NAACP Branch 3049 of Fort Wayne and Allen County has joined with several local organizations and Super Shot to offer flu and COVID-19 vaccines to residents. The shots will be offered 4-8 p.m. Sept. 29 at Anthony Wayne Medical Center, 5717 S. Anthony Blvd., Suite 800.

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The Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation has reopened its COVID-19 vaccine clinic to offer booster shots to individuals who meet new guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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INDIANAPOLIS — New COVID-19 activity in schools has dropped off a peak earlier this month like the rest of the state, but local schools still saw more than 50 new cases over the previous week.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After June was the best month in the state’s pandemic history and July signaled at perhaps a change coming as the delta variant arrived in Indiana, the story of August was that of sustained surge in COVID-19 activity.

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With no discernable improvement in COVID-19 numbers across the area and nationwide over the past two weeks, Purdue Fort Wayne has extended its temporary requirement for all students, staff, faculty, and visitors — regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status — to wear face masks indoors while o…

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Recognizing the waning effectiveness of the two-shot COVID-19 vaccines, public health and medical experts from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Aug. 18 released details on the Biden administration’s plan for Americans to get booster shots beginning next month.

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Ballooning student debt was already a concern before COVID-19 but the widespread economic hardship brought on by the pandemic, including a spike in unemployment, has left some groups in even more precarious financial conditions than before.

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The city of Fort Wayne’s Community Development Division announced July 28 that the Emergency Rental Assistance program has opened up the application process to allow people who have already received assistance to reapply for additional rent and utility support.

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A former Westview High School student and Rome City resident is the lead complainant on a lawsuit challenging Indiana University’s mandate that all students be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the 2021-22 school year or remain on advanced monitoring for the virus.