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MyHealth wants the contract to be rescinded and for the Office of Management and Enterprise Services to award it to MyHealth either directly or by reopening the bid process. OMES has until Jan. 26 to render a decision. The preeminent concern in MyHealth’s protest is a contention that the contract evaluators didn’t consider the nonprofit’s …

One of Victoria’s three new coronavirus cases in hotel quarantine is linked to the Australian Open, Police Minister Lisa Neville has confirmed. The positive case is not a player. Ms Neville also said she became aware of three more positive cases linked to the tennis tournament this morning. “One of those is a player who …

For an old man who spent a lot of his childhood time looking into holes in the back of a radio to see if he could spot the people doing all of the talking and singing, technology continues to burden a mind that’s incapable of comprehending. I don’t recall my mom ever saying anything to …

TOWN OF GREENVILLE, Wis. (WFRV) – If you’re flying out of Appleton’s airport soon, get ready to encounter some new technology put in place by the TSA. Hot Pockets recalled because they may contain pieces of plastic, glass Kris Schuller says the bottom line is improved security for airports and air travelers across the country. …

SAN DIEGO — Several areas of San Diego County saw record-breaking temperatures Friday during an unusual January heat wave. The temperature rose to the 90s in Poway Friday afternoon. National Weather Service Meteorologist Miguel Miller said it was unusual for January because the days are still so short. “We have Santa Ana winds. We also …

In a statement to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Ben Sheppard, Henrico’s director of public relations, said the locality will be establishing a verification process moving forward.  Since no official vaccine registration system exists as Virginia heads into phase two, which more than triples the number of people eligible for the vaccine, localities like Henrico have had …

Chief Health Officer Dr Jeanette Young is providing more details on Queensland’s three new COVID-19 cases detected overnight. One is a man in his 60s in hotel quarantine in Brisbane who returned to Australia from the Philippines, where it’s believed he acquired the infection. The second is a man in his 40s who has returned …

A bill approved Wednesday would set minimum training standards for home health agencies who work with patients with Alzheimer’s disease and symptoms of dementia. Advocates for the bill told the Senate Health and Welfare Committee that the bill is needed to provide improved care to people receiving it in their homes and to help retain …

The Yakima Health District reported 165 new COVID cases Wednesday, and provided an update on vaccine distribution in the county. The county has had 23,534 coronavirus cases and 325 deaths since mid-March, according to the health district. Two additional deaths were reported Wednesday. Forty-seven people were hospitalized Wednesday, with five people intubated. The county has …

SALT LAKE CITY — A Bountiful man was recently arrested twice in Hawaii for allegedly breaking COVID-19 quarantine rules two separate times, police said. David Barnes, 50, was arrested on Dec. 28 and again on Jan. 5 for investigation of violating Hawaii’s emergency rules, which require people arriving in the state to quarantine for 10 …