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Health: susceptible - coronavirus - variants - dispatchers
…mink population could produce more dangerous variants.
Like humans, mink appear to be highly susceptible to the new coronavirus, and scientists want to ward off the possibility that rampant transmission in the mink population could produce more dangerous variants.
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Health: Gordie Howe International - repairs - anticipated
Applications are now open for the $4 million Canadian program, with repairs…
Applications are now open for the $4 million Canadian program, with repairs anticipated to begin this spring, as part of the Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan
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Health: sound the alarm - anti-Semitic - coronavirus - 76th
…pandemic observed the 76th anniversary...
WARSAW, Poland — A Jewish prayer for the souls of people murdered in the Holocaust echoed Wednesday over where the Warsaw ghetto stood during World War II as a world paused by the coronavirus pandemic observed the 76th anniversary...
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Health: Robert Morris Levy - manslaughter - pathologist
A former pathologist at an Arkansas veterans hospital has been sentenced to 20 years in…
A former pathologist at an Arkansas veterans hospital has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter
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Health: side-by-side - real-time - coronavirus - triage
…side experiment in medical ethics and triage.
Who the gets the coronavirus vaccines first? The states of Oregon and Washington have such different ideas on that score they've set up a sort of real-time, side-by-side experiment in medical ethics and triage.
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Health: coronavirus - inoculate - The Biden - doses
…Nev., who blamed a cumbersome bureaucratic process for creating a delay in delivery…
“If it doesn’t get fixed, it’s going to get worse,” said Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev., who blamed a cumbersome bureaucratic process for creating a delay in delivery of vaccines. “Clearly, there are some things that need to be streamlined.”
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Health: Anthony Fauci - James Brady Press Briefing Room
WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci says scientists are already preparing to upgrade COVID-…
WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci says scientists are already preparing to upgrade COVID-19 vaccines to address the variants of the coronavirus now circulating in the United Kingdom and South Africa. …
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Health: self-rule - regards - treated - worry
Bill Gates wants future pandemics to be treated as seriously as the world regards war.
Bill Gates wants future pandemics to be treated as seriously as the world regards war.
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Health: context - legend
…death may be related to the COVID-19 vaccine are missing context.
Social media claims that the baseball legend's death may be related to the COVID-19 vaccine are missing context.
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Health: therapeutics - early-stage - Kenilworth - drugmaker
…developing and will focus on treatments for the disease.
Drugmaker Merck said Monday it is giving up on the COVID-19 vaccines it was developing and will focus on treatments for the disease.
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Health: Charlie Baker - acknowledging - endured - praising
BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker delivered his annual State of the Commonwealth address Tuesday evening,…
BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker delivered his annual State of the Commonwealth address Tuesday evening, acknowledging the trauma Massachusetts has endured battling a deadly pandemic, but pra…
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Health: coronavirus - conducts
…bringing Michigan to a total of\u00a0548,069 confirmed coronavirus cases since March.
The state health department confirmed 1,601 new coronavirus cases Saturday, bringing Michigan to a total of\u00a0548,069 confirmed coronavirus cases since March.
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Health: covid-19 - Glendale - prioritized
I got to the front of the line because Arizona has prioritized educators.
I got to the front of the line because Arizona has prioritized educators. What about everybody else?
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Health: Human Services - coronavirus - fatalities - 956
…according to data from the Department of…
Nevada on Tuesday reported 956 new coronavirus cases and 59 additional fatalities, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
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Health: Seattle Times - Amanda Snyder - Queen Anne - tenth
…area home prices grew at the second-fastest rate.
For the tenth consecutive month, Seattle-area home prices grew at the second-fastest rate. Phoenix is in the No. 1 spot.
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Health: Southern Nevada’s - unexpected
…is monitored after receiving the COVID-…
By Michael Scott Davidson / Las Vegas Review-Journal Richard Martinez, 73, is monitored after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine at the Neighborhood Recreation Center in North Las Vegas, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.
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News: Gwyneth Paltrow-backed - aleesha - botanical
…from the Gwyneth Paltrow-backed brand Goop.
A luxurious botanical face oil from the Gwyneth Paltrow-backed brand Goop.
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Health: COVID-19 - spoiled - unused - injection - syringe
The CDC says health facilities should report…
The CDC says health facilities should report unused and spoiled COVID-19 vaccines, but many are failing to do so
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Health: adolescents - obese - habits - meals - balanced
…weight problems can have negative effects.
Calling attention to teenager’s weight problems can have negative effects.
The moves come as two manufacturers said they would have to delay deliveries of the vaccine. : Illustration James GathanyWashingtonpost
Health: European Union Tuesday - hobbled - pharmaceutical
…would have to delay deliveries of the vaccine.
The moves come as two manufacturers said they would have to delay deliveries of the vaccine.
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Health: California Attorney General Xavier Becerra
President Biden’s pick to lead the…
President Biden’s pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services said Sunday that the goal of hitting an average of 1 million coronavirus vaccine shots per day during his first 100 days is “ambitious” and “bold.”
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Health: Washington Post - Botsford - jabin
…first steps on access to health care.
Actions on exchanges, Medicaid, and abortion will be the president’s first steps on access to health care.
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Health: tentative - eligible
…may not be available until around March 1.
The state health department warned that vaccine may not be available until around March 1.
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Health: disorganization - vaccinations - allocations
…supply and disorganization at the federal level.
Wisconsin vaccinations are accelerating, but health officials say they face a limited vaccine supply and disorganization at the federal level.
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Health: Costa Master Gardener Janet Miller - grows - tips
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Health: COVID - Michigan Department - toll
A Wayne County man\u00a0tested positive for the\u00a0B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant on Saturday.
A Wayne County man\u00a0tested positive for the\u00a0B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant on Saturday.
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Health: record-setting - no surprise - surpassed - pandemic
During the pandemic, a lot of us stayed home and downloaded books from the library.
During the pandemic, a lot of us stayed home and downloaded books from the library. And the result was a record-setting year for King County Library System, which for the first time surpassed 7 million digital checkouts in a year...
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Health: Bonnie Henry - Lori Culbert - Pfizer - Phase One
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the delay in Pfizer shipments…
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the delay in Pfizer shipments has required the province to change its Phase One plan
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Susan Orsega would be among the first nurses to serve in the role of ‘the nation’s doctor.' Washingtonpost
Health: Susan Orsega - Human Services - spokesperson
Susan Orsega would be among the first nurses to serve in the role of ‘the nation’s doctor.'
Susan Orsega would be among the first nurses to serve in the role of ‘the nation’s doctor.'
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Health: Human Services - coronavirus - 501
Nevada on Saturday reported 1,501 new coronavirus cases and 53 additional deaths, according to…
Nevada on Saturday reported 1,501 new coronavirus cases and 53 additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s coronavirus response team thought it had found a quick fix… (Sura Nualpradid)Seattletimes
Health: hyper-efficient - coronavirus - Pfizer - doses
…will go along with it. The new president took...
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s coronavirus response team thought it had found a quick fix to increase the nation’s supply of Pfizer vaccine doses. The question is whether the pharmaceutical company will go along with it. The new president took...
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Health: Charlie Baker
Charlie Baker announced Monday.
Seniors 75 and older will be able to schedule appointments to receive coronavirus vaccines beginning February 1, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Monday. Baker also announced three new mass vaccine sit…
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Health: Sam Doran State House News Service - POOL PHOTO
…Charlie Baker update on Massachusetts…
Watch Live: Charlie Baker update on Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine effort
After nearly a year of derailed weddings (illustration), travel, reunions, a lack of certainty lingers. Deesha ChandraWashingtonpost
Health: derailed - reunions - limbo - lingers - weddings
…reunions, a lack of certainty lingers.
After nearly a year of derailed weddings, travel, reunions, a lack of certainty lingers. Experts offer ways to deal with planning limbo.
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alternative facts - built-in - Trump - Salon
…alternative facts” replace actual facts
Our built-in biases help explain our post-truth era, when “alternative facts” replace actual facts
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Health: five-month - coronavirus - foreground - quarantine
…denied Tuesday by a federal judge.
Fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli’s request to serve the remaining three months of his prison term in the college admissions bribery scheme at home was denied Tuesday by a federal judge.
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Health: three-phase - Charlie Baker - scarce
Massachusetts officials are leaving it up to the honor system to determine who is…
Massachusetts officials are leaving it up to the honor system to determine who is eligible for coronavirus vaccines in scarce supply as the state presses forward with its three-phase rollout.
…traffic and flow monitors, screeners and post-vaccine (illustration) monitors.Seattletimes
Health: mass-vaccination - post-vaccine - patchwork
Mass-vaccination sites will require thousands of people in a patchwork of labor with help from all pockets…
Mass-vaccination sites will require thousands of people in a patchwork of labor with help from all pockets of the health community and beyond, health officials say, as the state moves into additional phases of people who are qualified to receive...
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Health: Interchangeable
Australia has approved use of its first coronavirus vaccine. More than 40% of Americans live in areas running…
Australia has approved use of its first coronavirus vaccine. More than 40% of Americans live in areas running out of ICU space. Latest virus updates.
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Health: infectious-disease - Anthony Fauci - improvement
…appears to be the result of “natural peaking and then plateauing...
The government’s top infectious-disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said the improvement in numbers around the country appears to be the result of “natural peaking and then plateauing...
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Health: President Joe Biden - White House - dusk
…which Biden is expected to sign in the Oval Office during a meeting...
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is signing an order Monday reversing a Pentagon policy that largely barred transgender individuals from joining the military. The new order, which Biden is expected to sign in the Oval Office during a meeting...
Southern California investment firm Sakioka Farms acquired Crossroads Commons , a strip (illustration) mall… Moyan BrennReviewjournal
Health: Charleston Boulevard - Southern California
Southern California investment firm Sakioka Farms acquired Crossroads Commons ,…
Southern California investment firm Sakioka Farms acquired Crossroads Commons , a strip mall at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Fort Apache Road, senior vice president of real esta...
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Health: European Union - EU Commission President Ursula
BRUSSELS — The European Union is pressuring the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to…
BRUSSELS — The European Union is pressuring the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to deliver more coronavirus vaccine doses to its 27 nations and to stick to its initial promises once the jab gets EU approval, especially since the bloc has...
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Health: Barb Williamson - White House - lockdowns
Applications to rescue dogs continue to pour…
Applications to rescue dogs continue to pour into L.A. organizations: We are still receiving thousands of adoption applications per week.
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Health: Dental Association - urging
Dental Association has written a letter to the premier strongly urging him to…
The B.C. Dental Association has written a letter to the premier strongly urging him to include dentists in stage two of the vaccination plan
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Health: easy-to-remember - coronavirus - envision - vaccine
Biden has said for weeks he’s aiming for 1 million…
Biden has said for weeks he’s aiming for 1 million coronavirus vaccinations a day. On Monday he raised the bar.
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Crime: Brooklyn - well-known
…u00a0He was 87.
Larry King, the Brooklyn-bred man who became cable TV’s most well-known talk-show host, died Saturday after being hospitalized for COVID-19\u00a0He was 87.
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Health: Khayelitsha Hospital - COVID-19 - antibodies - rodger
…19 antibodies may not be protected from the…
A new study reveals that a large number of people with COVID-19 antibodies may not be protected from the new strain
Health: vaccine-elicited - South African - two-dose
Vaccine-elicited antibodies remained effective against new variants,…
Vaccine-elicited antibodies remained effective against new variants, but the antibodies were less efficient against the South African variant in a laboratory dish. Moderna will test adding a third shot of its current vaccine to its two-dose regimen.
Health: chairlifts - morgins - busiest
France closed lifts, while Switzerland has tried to manage the risk.
France closed lifts, while Switzerland has tried to manage the risk.
Health: United Kingdom - Biden - madhani - aamer - nonymity
Biden on Monday will formally reinstate COVID-19 travel restrictions…
Biden on Monday will formally reinstate COVID-19 travel restrictions on non-U.S. travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the United Kingdom and 26 other European countries
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Health: county-by-county - Gavin Newsom - coronavirus
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Rescuers in northern China have brought 11 workers safely to the surface two weeks after they were trapped by an…
Rescuers in northern China have brought 11 workers safely to the surface two weeks after they were trapped by an explosion in a gold mine
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Health: vaccinate - outperform
…states led by Republican governors have outperformed states run by Democrats.
From coronavirus deaths to unemployment rate to vaccination distribution, states led by Republican governors have outperformed states run by Democrats.
Health: Related Fauci - AM GMT - unchained - Anthony - 25
…has begun speaking out about what it was like serving in the Trump administration.
Anthony S. Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, has begun speaking out about what it was like serving in the Trump administration. Related Fauci, unchained
Health: suspenders-sporting - Cedars-Sinai - Joes
LOS ANGELES — Larry King, the suspenders-sporting everyman whose broadcast interviews with…
LOS ANGELES — Larry King, the suspenders-sporting everyman whose broadcast interviews with world leaders, movie stars and ordinary Joes helped define American conversation for a half-century, died Saturday.
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Health: Monroe Smock - tinker - Agnes
…because everyone needs to understand how...
Thomas Sudduth, 64, who loved to tinker with mechanical things, became Vashon Island's first COVID-19 death on Dec. 7. His family wrote on Facebook: We want everyone on Vashon to know about Tom's death because everyone needs to understand how...
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Kathy Lefczik - Maple Shade
…need to be in the hospital, is lower than expected.
Demand for the drugs, which are the only approved treatment for high-risk patients who don't need to be in the hospital, is lower than expected.
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Health: County Medical Examiner-Coroner Office - COVID
…trends are tempered by very high death rates.
LOS ANGELES — The rates of new coronavirus infections and hospitalizations are dropping across California, but health officials warn those trends are tempered by very high death rates.
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Health: Johns Hopkins University - non-COVID-19 - year-long
passed another milestone in the year-long struggle against COVID-19, as total infections exceeded 25 million,…
The U.S. passed another milestone in the year-long struggle against COVID-19, as total infections exceeded 25 million, or about 8% of the population, according to data reported Sunday by Johns Hopkins University.
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Health: North Carolina Emergency Operations Center - pandemic
State officials are reporting the first case in North Carolina of a more contagious strain of the coronavirus that was…
State officials are reporting the first case in North Carolina of a more contagious strain of the coronavirus that was first detected in the United Kingdom in December.
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News: Roman Catholic - Erika Schultz - laundry
…which is hitting Latinos far more than whites. Their struggles sometimes lasted for months.
A pastor, a laundry worker, a laborer, an entrepreneur, a priest, all suffered bouts of COVID, which is hitting Latinos far more than whites. Their struggles sometimes lasted for months.
Health: Ralph Northam - executed - backing
A bill to end the practice has advanced in the state Senate and has backing from Gov. Ralph Northam.
A bill to end the practice has advanced in the state Senate and has backing from Gov. Ralph Northam.
Health: Mette Frederiksen - Parken Stadium - pandemic
Like a speeding car whose brake lines have been cut, the coronavirus variant…
Like a speeding car whose brake lines have been cut, the coronavirus variant first spotted in Britain is spreading at an alarming rate and isn't responding to established ways of slowing the pandemic, according to Danish scientists who have one...
Health: vehicle-emissions - Gabriel Campanario - sketcher
…shorter than they were in early December, but patience is still required.
On the day Seattle Sketcher Gabriel Campanario checked out a COVID-19 testing site in Renton, the lines are a little shorter than they were in early December, but patience is still required.
Health: Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who has frequently minimized the…
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who has frequently minimized the severity of the pandemic, announced on Jan. 24 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus. Related Mexican President López Obrador tests positive for the coronavirus
Health: bluebird - sunglasses - sunscreen - SlopeCast
…cold temperatures mean great skiing in the Mid-Atlantic this weekend.
Expanded terrain, bluebird skies and cold temperatures mean great skiing in the Mid-Atlantic this weekend.
Health: Ann Arbor - coronavirus - sequencing - variant
The Washtenaw County Health Department is warning residents who visited…
The Washtenaw County Health Department is warning residents who visited Meijer or Briarwood Mall in Ann Arbor on Jan. 17 to get tested for COVID-19.
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Health: coronavirus - acutely - covid-19 - chronically
…but getting doses into arms will require careful planning.
The group is acutely vulnerable to the coronavirus, but getting doses into arms will require careful planning.
Kenneth Branagh is to play Boris Johnson (archive) in Michael Winterbottom's COVID drama series for SkyHollywoodreporter
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Kenneth Branagh is to play Boris Johnson in Michael Winterbottom's COVID drama series for Sky
Kenneth Branagh is to play Boris Johnson in Michael Winterbottom's COVID drama series for Sky
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Health: Joe Biden - COVID - at-home - coronavirus - gaps
Biden's $50 billion coronavirus testing fix calls for a new federal testing board, more supplies,…
Biden's $50 billion coronavirus testing fix calls for a new federal testing board, more supplies, rapid tests and better technology to fill gaps
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Health: appetizer - entrée - vaccine - 24 - 37
…it’s a good thing, and I believe them. If they told me I could vaccinate myself with tomato sauce, I’d give it a shot.
I know some people have doubts about the vaccine, but I don’t. People way smarter than I am say it’s a good thing, and I believe them. If they told me I could vaccinate myself with tomato sauce, I’d give it a shot.
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Health: Judge Clay Jenkins - Fair Park - apologizes
…register for the COVID-19 vaccine with Dallas County and received a message that this method had expired. I tried to...
I am over 75 years old. I tried to register for the COVID-19 vaccine with Dallas County and received a message that this method had expired. I tried to...
The real cause was a profound shock. A brain scan (illustration) prompted a wholesale reevaluation of this…Washingtonpost
Health: reevaluation - Blaine Butler - 39-year-old - loath
A brain scan prompted a wholesale reevaluation of this woman’s medical history dating back years.
A brain scan prompted a wholesale reevaluation of this woman’s medical history dating back years.
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Health: Suburban Collection Showplace - Save Your Spot
More than 3,400 doses of the vaccine are going to frontline and essential workers who landed a slot on Oakland County's “…
More than 3,400 doses of the vaccine are going to frontline and essential workers who landed a slot on Oakland County's “Save Your Spot” program
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Health: coronavirus - eleven
…as well as 21 more deaths from COVID-19. Eleven of the most recent victims were Dallas...
Dallas County reported 1,920 new coronavirus cases Saturday, as well as 21 more deaths from COVID-19. Eleven of the most recent victims were Dallas...
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Health: UW-Green Bay - post-holiday - vaccination - spike
…data from the state health department shows.
Cases of COVID-19 in the state have been going down since post-holiday spike at the beginning of January, data from the state health department shows.
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Health: angst - difficulty
More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn’t have…
More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn’t have nearly the supply to meet demand and there’s growing angst among residents over the difficulty to even get in ...
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Health: Nathan Eovaldi - high-reward - high-risk - fastball
…high-reward starting pitcher in the Nathan Eovaldi mold.
The Red Sox are taking a flier on another high-risk, high-reward starting pitcher in the Nathan Eovaldi mold.
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Health: United States - in-person - reviving - doses
As presidents of the three major public research universities in Michigan, we’ve been on the…
As presidents of the three major public research universities in Michigan, we’ve been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, the authors write
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Health: 70-plus - unfriendly - navigate - miracle
Those who are 70-plus have priority for the vaccine.
Those who are 70-plus have priority for the vaccine.
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Health: coronavirus - wrestlers - Kotokantetsu - fraternity
…wrestlers facing coronavirus fears have two options:…
In the tradition-bound sport, wrestlers facing coronavirus fears have two options: compete or leave forever.
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Health: Tom Bleha - uncertainty - shipments - cancel
…about future vaccine shipments dominate.
Canceled appointments, long waits and uncertainty about future vaccine shipments dominate.
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Health: Andrew Galbraith - Winni Zhou - mainland - 911
…while the death toll remained unchanged at 4,635.
The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in mainland China stands at 88,911, while the death toll remained unchanged at 4,635.
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Health: Pacific Northwest - updating - pandemic - Hong Kong
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area,…
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area, the Pacific Northwest and the world, including stats about the spread of the coronavirus in Washington state.
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Health: Baptist Church - dashboard - Weatherford
Collin County launched a dashboard this week to give residents a sense of their expected time on the waitlist for…
Collin County launched a dashboard this week to give residents a sense of their expected time on the waitlist for a COVID-19 vaccine. According to the...
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Health: Euronna Taylor - Sierra Brown - Mattapan
…more contagious strains of the coronavirus, they’re warning cloth masks may not be good enough.
As medical experts look to combat new, more contagious strains of the coronavirus, they’re warning cloth masks may not be good enough.
Hospitalizations and cases are stabilizing, but at ‘dangerously hot’ levels. (Scott Bobb)Washingtonpost
Politics: stabilizing - dangerously - worst-case - avoided
Hospitalizations and cases are stabilizing, but at ‘dangerously hot’ levels.
Hospitalizations and cases are stabilizing, but at ‘dangerously hot’ levels.
…years and love taking care of my patients. I have worked at a midsize hospital (illustration) for 2 1/2 years. Sura NualpradidInquirer
Health: midsize - answering - readers
DEAR ABBY: I have been a nurse for 10 years and love taking care of my patients. I have worked at a midsize hospital for 2 1/2 years.
DEAR ABBY: I have been a nurse for 10 years and love taking care of my patients. I have worked at a midsize hospital for 2 1/2 years.
Health: United Kingdom - coronavirus - detect - variant
…there were 195 detections of this variant in 22 states, including Oregon.
The U.K. variant of coronavirus has reached Washington state, health officials say. As of Friday, there were 195 detections of this variant in 22 states, including Oregon.
Health: The TV - soften - hype - broadcaster
The broadcaster reigned on cable news for a quarter-century, giving guests a…
The broadcaster reigned on cable news for a quarter-century, giving guests a safe haven to spill their secrets, hype their projects and soften their image.
Health: United Kingdom - Yamhill County - strain
Oregon officials on Saturday announced the state’s second case of the contagious strain of the…
Oregon officials on Saturday announced the state’s second case of the contagious strain of the coronavirus that rapidly swept through the United Kingdom.
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Health: Inglewood Tuesday - Los Angeles Times - underfunded
The current surge and an underfunded…
The current surge and an underfunded public health system created a storm of disarray
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Health: COVID - updates - inquirer
Nightly coronavirus updates from The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Nightly coronavirus updates from The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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Health: COVID-19 - Salvation Army - Helen Johnson
…Biden administration will help.
The need for food for the hungry is greater than ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, food agencies say, and they are desperately hoping the Biden administration will help.
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Health: coronavirus - ambitious
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program has begun an ambitious effort to vaccinate some 3,500 homeless people and…
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program has begun an ambitious effort to vaccinate some 3,500 homeless people and shelter staff within the coming weeks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus …