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Gathering Blossoms, Boyd’s second book, consists of half a century of Walker’s journal entries from more than 65 notebooks. Sifting through thousands of pages must have been a daunting task for Boyd and Walker. But the Georgia natives were kindred spirits whose partnership seemed fated—they both share a love for another Black woman author, Zora Neale Hurston.
The delta variant is spreading wildly in the U.S., but where this more transmissible version of the coronavirus is emerging in Georgia and how rapidly it is spreading here remains unclear due to a lag in genomic surveillance and gaps in sampling.
Emory University and Morehouse School of Medicine are expected to begin enrolling participants in a Phase 3 trial of a vaccine produced by Maryland-based Novavax.
When your cortisol rises, here are six self-soothing strategies from the experts to punch it back down in just a few minutes.
Last week, scientists reported that the first COVID-19 vaccine trial in humans showed an immune response similar to the one found in people who recovered from COVID-19 infection—an important first hurdle in the race for a vaccine.
Normally, developing a new vaccine takes about a decade. But with the economy crippled and deaths mounting, the race is on to find an effective vaccine in little more than a year.
On Friday, the governor pleaded with Georgians to not attend in-person Easter services. Here’s your Saturday morning update.
Testing for COVID-19 remains unevenly distributed throughout the U.S. and relatively scarce in Georgia. The reasons are complicated.
On Thursday, the state's confirmed cases surged, Mayor Bottoms closed restaurants for dining in, and Georgia's senators are facing criticism for selling and buying stocks just before the crisis started. Here’s your Friday morning update:
“It’s not an overreaction,” says Benjamin Lopman, an epidemiology professor at Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health. “As there's more and more people who are infected in the community, the risk becomes higher," he says, “so as things move along, it makes sense to be more aggressive.”