Abortion care is still accessible statewide while Georgia’s ‘heartbeat bill’ remains on hold in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court is expected to soon rule on the controversial bill, House Bill 481 in the coming weeks.
As much as we want to think that COVID is over, it is not. Masks are still needed to help protect yourself and your family from the virus. That’s according to the Department of Public Health (DPH) and Southwell Medical Center in Tifton.
The Georgia Department of Human Services has asked all clients to update their account information in order to ensure eligible clients keep health coverage when the federal public health emergency concludes (PHE).
More than three months after the peak of the omicron surge, COVID-19 hospitalizations at Phoebe remain low, but there has been a slight increase recently in COVID transmission in the region, according to hospital officials.
Since the bombshell report of possibly overturning Roe v Wade, the landmark abortion ruling, states like Mississippi and Idaho have said they will not rule out the possibility of banning other forms of contraception, like IUDs or Plan B.
Sen. Jon Ossoff announced $400,000 that will go toward transportation at Crisp Regional. Ossoff said this issue is important to rural South Georgia, and it shows after getting support from both Republicans and Democrats.
On Dougherty County teacher received a kidney transplant, after being told he would not be able to be but on the organ receiver list until June of this year. He received surgery in March and is now in recovery with functioning kidneys.