A vaccine passport, or digital health pass, is the next big thing in Covid-19 related news. This digital documentation will show if an individual has been vaccinated against Covid-19, and allows them to travel internationally without quarantine.
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When I first arrived at Fordham, I could not wait to wear the F crest on my chest and compete for our track and field team. Now, I’ve lost an entire year of competition due to the pandemic, and the future of upcoming races remains unclear.
From the time the coronavirus first reached New York nearly a year ago, the pandemic was never conducive to student involvement, particularly to student clubs. This fact has only been exacerbated by the recent rise in cases at Rose Hill and the resulting two-week suspension of in-person activities.
Several weeks ago, on February 1, LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers were in Atlanta to play the Hawks in primetime. But it was an interaction between LeBron and a fan sitting courtside that made the news.
As champions of the Tinder U Swipe Off contest, Fordham students know they’re some of the sexiest singles out there. But during a pandemic, (those of us who are staying safe) may find it difficult to meet potential partners… especially when campus keeps shutting down.
The protests that have rocked the United States since the May 25th murder of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, by an officer with a history of abuse complaints, stand as testimony to the ceaseless and unending horror of police violence towards African Americans in this country.