COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in states across the U.S., bringing some reopening plans to a halt. During this extended time of social distancing and isolation, Newsy's Lauren Magarino looks into how things have changed for single Americans seeking connections.
Pandemic Changes Online Dating
Multiple dating apps report increased user activity, especially with their video chat features.
Millions of Americans reported having long COVID
The CDC's National Center for Health Statistics looked at data from the 2022 National Health Interview Survey to create the reports on long COVID.
You can now order free COVID-19 tests from the federal government
People do not have to share their test results with the federal government, but they can voluntarily do so for public health records.
President Joe Biden received the COVID-19 booster and flu shot
The White House says the president hopes to encourage all Americans to follow his example and get vaccinated.
Hurricane Ian 1 year later: Fort Myers tries to come back to life
Thousands of structures in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, await reconstruction after the floodwaters wiped them out.
Alabama's new super-sized prison is costing over $1 billion to build
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a statement blaming inflation for the price escalation but said the facility is needed.
Texas power regulators prepare for October solar eclipse
A full annular solar eclipse will cut across the state of Texas on Oct. 14, which could cause a dip in the state's solar energy production.