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Eagle columnist Richard Reiss writes: "I also knew that if I became infected, the likelihood of serious illness or dying was highly improbable. Compare that to two years ago when the Northeast was the epicenter of the pandemic."
Dr. James W. Lederer: Whether it’s to fight COVID, seasonal flu or a range of childhood diseases, vaccines should be taken seriously
Not surprisingly, the vaccination on most people’s minds today is for COVID-19. But the arrival of fall also is a reminder to get your regular annual flu or influenza vaccination.
President Joe Biden arrived at the White House promising to "build back" America, and legislation he's signing Tuesday delivers a slimmer, though not insignificant, version of that once sweeping idea.
Citing reduced demand, Berkshire Health Systems says it will no longer offer PCR testing for COVID-19 on the weekends in North Adams and Pittsfield, starting Aug. 15.
Vaccinations against COVID-19 are now available in the Berkshires for children aged 6 months to 4 years – the last age group to become eligible.
Gov. Charlie Baker is sending National Guard members to do what they can to aid hospitals and ambulance providers that are struggling with a critical shortage of workers due to COVID-19.
44 percent of all 5- to 11-year-olds are vaccinated in Berkshire County; depending on where you live that number could be lower
Six weeks since younger children became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, thousands in Berkshire County have yet to receive even one dose.
For now, the Berkshire Hills Regional School District School Committee has backed off from any notion of a vaccine mandate for students participating in extracurricular activities.
Berkshire County has almost twice as many cases as last Thanksgiving, but vaccines are keeping hospitalizations and deaths down
Target says the company had “started taking the necessary steps to meet the requirements of the new COVID-19 rules for large companies as soon…