The EMS crew in rural Sackets Harbor, New York is comprised of volunteer members all under the age of 21.
Officers from Moore Police Department served as teachers at Creek Elementary, Houchin Elementary and Broadmoore Elementary on Tuesday.
The number of meals served during the labor dispute was only four percent of what the district's school meal program typically distributes.
There's been a 62 percent drop in college and high school blood drives due to the pandemic. Overall, the Red Cross said donations dropped 10 percent since 2020.
In an effort to battle the staffing shortage, the Departments of Transportation and Education will allow states to waive portions of the applicant test.
To combat the staffing shortage, New York Governor Kathy Hochul has shortened the self-isolation time for health care workers.
Heated and ventilated seats will no longer be available in various crossover and pickup models beginning November 15.
The rubber crisis is here and affecting the tire supply chain for nearly every automaker and third party tire suppliers.
"It is now very clear that testing is a necessary companion to vaccines and Abbott is ramping up again," a spokesperson for Abbott Laboratories said.
"Now the prospects for new sales for the rest of the year continue to dim with the reality that tight inventory will last well into 2022," said Kevin Roberts.
Florida—with only 6.5 percent of the U.S. population—accounted for 19.1 percent of COVID-19 hospitalizations across the nation, as of Monday.
"I'm willing to make smaller margins," toymaker Eric Poses said, "if it means less anxiety."
Teviston, a rural community in California's Tulare County, has been struggling since early June when the only functioning well stopped working.
Fireworks prices will also rise as Americans celebrate the "first post-pandemic major holiday," the American Pyrotechnics Association says.
A TikTok user, who said he worked at Starbucks has claimed that employees are forced to use off-brand ingredients to make drinks as the company deals with nationwide shortages of some ingredients.
The coffee shop chain has told concerned customers that it is working with supply chain vendors to restock items as soon as possible.
The governor's re-election campaign asked supporters to donate to "make sure Chick-fil-A never has another sauce shortage."
Restaurant owners are responding to the shortage by raising prices or selling the appetizer at market price.
Governor Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency as a direct result of the petroleum shortage caused by last week's cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline.
People, on average, are spending more than a dollar more per gallon for gas than they did this time last year.
San Diego employers are struggling to find workers to return to work post-pandemic. Some restaurants have hired theater performers to fill the staffing shortage, while others have had to increase their hourly pay to convince employees to stay.
Shipping delays mean that U.S.-based boba businesses are running low on boba pearls and tapioca starch.
Restaurants across the U.S. are running out of Heinz ketchup packets, the latest product hit by pandemic-related shortages.
"Grape nuts being sold on the black market is a string of words I never thought would coexist together," said one Twitter user.
Officials reiterated that healthcare providers and pharmacies have the capacity to administer many more doses, but lack the vaccine supply.
Many U.S. business are still struggling due to the shortages, but major companies are less likely to be feeling the effects.
The pandemic has caused an aluminum can shortage due to bar closures and an increase in consumers buying cans of beer to drink at home.
Missouri and Iowa both relaxed substitute teacher requirements in effort to supply enough teachers as schools begin to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.