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It’s time to chase COVID-19 policies away into the sunset

August 19, 2022

Before the Antelope staff members left campus last spring, we published an editorial titled “2021-22: the year COVID-19 ‘disappeared.’”  We were right. According to a statement released...

On Tuesday, Biden announced that the vaccine will be available to anyone that wants it.

WATCH: Two Rivers Vaccination Clinic at UNK

April 14, 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEitjy6XK3U

Photo by Getty Images Students share perspectives on the COVID-19 vaccine.

Kearney Walmart, Hy-Vee distribute COVID-19 vaccines

LAUREN MAY March 17, 2021
COVID-19 vaccines have arrived in Nebraska. Hy-Vee and Walmart’s pharmacies have begun offering vaccinations for eligible persons.
Mask requirements at UNK will be re-evaluated when the fall semester approaches.

UNK plans to loosen up on COVID-19 measures for fall

JESUS MARFILENO March 17, 2021
After three semesters of restrictions due to the pandemic, UNK hopes this fall semester can provide a sense of ‘normal’ again.
On Tuesday, Biden announced that the vaccine will be available to anyone that wants it.

COVID-19 vaccine: My health, my choice

AMBER BREINIG-PRUITT March 4, 2021
I am employed at a nursing home in Holdrege, NE so the COVID-19 vaccine was offered to me in early January. Some students may be wondering about whether or not they should get the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them. I was in the same boat for weeks. Working at a nursing home made me understand that I should get the vaccine to possibly help keep my residents safe. I’m not going to lie, I was terrified. Since the COVID-19 vaccine is so new and is still being studied, I was worried about what I was putting in my body.
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