COVID-19

DJ Jazzy Jeff talked about being one of the first celebrities to publicly announce he had COVID-19 and how he "almost didn't make it."

“This was a deeply difficult decision to make and it’s not something I take lightly,” she said at the time. “I understand vaccines have been essential in the effort to end this pandemic; however, taking the vaccine at this time is not in my best interest."

"If I can work and be unvaccinated, then all of my brothers and sisters who are also unvaccinated should be able to do the same."

Golden State Warriors’ Andrew Wiggins had the best season of his NBA career, but he still has one regret, taking the COVID-19 vaccine. Andrew Wiggins Wishes He Didn’t Get The Shot. Andrew Wiggins had one hell of a year. Fans voted him a first-time NBA All-Star and put the chef kiss on the season by […]

On May 1 at 8 p.m. ET, the Smithsonian Channel will air a new docufilm titled "The Color of Care." Produced in with Harpo Productions, it shows how the pandemic revealed the role truly plays in U.S. healthcare. Oprah asks: "What if I told you the biggest indicator of how long you're going to live is your zip code?"

So, it turns out a lot of white people were less concerned about the COVID-19 health crisis once they heard people of color were disproportionately affected. Sorry for blowing your melanated minds with this revelation.

If you need another reminder that COVID-19 is still here, Former President Barack Obama has tested positive for the virus.

The NFL being the first American sports league to drop its COVID-19 protocols, should come as a surprise to anyone. 

Companies are desperately trying to navigate the situation and safely get their employees back to work in the office. The only way to do that effectively is through vaccine mandates. 

Rising Omicron cases won't stop the NFL from reaching its endzone, Super Bowl LVI, at SoFi Arena in Los Angeles this year.