Links Mentioned On Feb. 10, 2021

Wednesday, February 10th 2021, 3:23 am
By: News 9

COVID-19 & Herd Immunity

A professor and active researcher of COVID-19 from Oklahoma State University explaining the top five things to know about herd immunity.

Click here to read her article.

Edmond Chamber Granting Storefronts

Wednesday is the last day to apply for your own storefront in downtown Edmond.

The Citizen's Bank of Edmond's program, Citizens RISE is giving up to two shopkeepers the chance to set up their own pop-up shop for just $50 a month from March 1 to April 30.

Click here for more information.

Enid Veterans Display

The Public Library of Enid and Garfield County wants to hear stories from Oklahoma's finest.

They're asking for veterans and their families to share their war stories and loan artifacts to the library for a special display called "Seeing Veteran's Stories,"

Click here for more information.

Norman Warming Shelter

The City of Norman is extending its warming shelter ner Comanche and Porter from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. due to winter weather.

The shelter's capacity is 35 guests but officials say they average about 10 or less each night.

There will also be transportation available to get people to the shelters and get warm food around Norman.

Click here for a list of resources the city is offering.

OBI Critical Donations

Due to winter weather, the OBI says its life-saving supply has reached less than a one-day supply, compared to the normal three to five-day supply for local hospitals.

Click here to make an appointment to donate blood or call 877-340-8777.

Salvation Army Night Watch

The Salvation Army's 6-14 Corps Night Watch is helping Oklahomans battling homelessness during the frigid winter weather.

They will be offering information on warming shelters and handing out warm food and blankets.

The group is asking for volunteers and donations.

Click here for more information on how you can help.