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Health: COVID - Idaho Department - coronavirus - rationing
Idaho's public health leaders on Thursday expanded health…
Idaho's public health leaders on Thursday expanded health care rationing statewide amid a massive increase in the number of coronavirus patients requiring hospitalization.
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Health: long-term - ramifications - COVID - Ronald Gaca
The costs of long-haul COVID-19 care and government aid are unknown but experts warn of potential…
The costs of long-haul COVID-19 care and government aid are unknown but experts warn of potential economic woes and long-term financial ramifications.
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Health: Larry Hogan - vaccinated - Annapolis - urges
Larry Hogan directed flags in Maryland to fly at half-staff on…
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan directed flags in Maryland to fly at half-staff on Thursday in remembrance of more than 10,000 state residents who have died from COVID-19.
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Health: pandemic - empathy - perspectives - Opposing View
From the pandemic relief bill, to help for working parents to…
From the pandemic relief bill, to help for working parents to empathy for climate change victims, Biden knows how to give. But can he act soon enough?
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 - higher-than-expected
…than-expected number of infections in people who were fully vaccinated with the Pfizer...
Last month, vaccine data from Israel seemed to indicate a higher-than-expected number of infections in people who were fully vaccinated with the Pfizer...
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Health: Glenn Heights Senior Center - Disease Control
…COVID-19 vaccine boosters for people who are moderately to severely...
Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention only recommends COVID-19 vaccine boosters for people who are moderately to severely...
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Health: Covid
Pressure is growing to prescribe fresh produce as part of medical care. Will the health care system respond?
Pressure is growing to prescribe fresh produce as part of medical care. Will the health care system respond?
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Health: COVID - bandage - vaccination - The ICUs
Intensive care physicians are yet again…
Intensive care physicians are yet again facing ICU bed and staff shortages as severe COVID-19 cases rise
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Health: Supreme Court - Survive Illustration - frantically
…aborting 67 babies before a midnight deadline.
At the very same time the Supreme Court was reviewing an emergency request to block implementation of Texas’ new heartbeat bill - a doctor was frantically aborting 67 babies before a midnight deadline.
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Health: COVID - multidisciplinary - stephanie - rudavsky
…multidisciplinary clinics have opened…
To help COVID-19 survivors who suffer from long-term symptoms, multidisciplinary clinics have opened to connect patients with experts.
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Health: unveil - pedestrianized - artwork - roundabout
The city of Paris is unveiling a monumental…
The city of Paris is unveiling a monumental artwork built around an actual monument: the Arc de Triomphe completely wrapped in silver and blue fabric
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Health: postponed - European Union - coronavirus - delaying
…Brexit border checks on food imports from the…
Britain says it is delaying the start of post-Brexit border checks on food imports from the European Union
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Health: Washington Times - four-day - Bratislava - Alitalia
…shots needed treatment for the disease.
Pope Francis said Wednesday he does not know why some people resist the COVID-19 vaccines and finds it ironic that a cardinal who refused the shots needed treatment for the disease.
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Health: COVID - Chestnut Hill - PhysicianOne Urgent Care
…might mistake the facility for a coronavirus testing site.
On a typical day at PhysicianOne Urgent care in Chestnut Hill, one might mistake the facility for a coronavirus testing site.
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Health: Wisconsin Hospital Association - vaccines
…400 new COVID-19 cases and 20 COVID-related deaths on Wednesday.
The state Department of Health Services reported more than 3,400 new COVID-19 cases and 20 COVID-related deaths on Wednesday.
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Health: Opposing View - perspectives
I’d encourage Americans to get vaccinated,…
I’d encourage Americans to get vaccinated, as I did. But that choice is theirs to make – not the federal government’s: South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem
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Health: Texas Biomedical Device - Drug Administration
…the most significant success” in the center’s...
Dr. Michael Kilgard, interim executive director of the center, said that the FDA’s approval of the system is “the most significant success” in the center’s...
The number of COVID-19 patients in intensive care (illustration) units hit a recent peak Sunday at 328,\… PixabayJsonline
Health: seven-day - intensive - 328
…highest number since early December.
The number of COVID-19 patients in intensive care units hit a recent peak Sunday at 328,\u00a0the highest number since early December.
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Health: Dallas Morning News - Sheri Wise - Trivium Academy
…had done everything right,” from getting fully...
From her hospital bed, Sheri Wise went on Facebook to contemplate what went wrong. Wise, 66, wrote that she “had done everything right,” from getting fully...
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Health: COVID - variants - warding - FDA
Pfizer said data from the U.S. and Israel suggests the efficacy…
Pfizer said data from the U.S. and Israel suggests the efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine wanes over time, and that a booster was safe and effective at warding off the virus and variants. A meeting of outside advisers to FDA...
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Health: imposing - tighten
…along its east coast amid the latest surge in COVID-19 cases.
China is imposing lockdowns and ordering mass testing in cities along its east coast amid the latest surge in COVID-19 cases.
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Health: Israel Aerospace Industries - four-wheel-drive
…that its maker says can keep human troops out of harm’s way.
An Israeli defense contractor on Monday rolled out a remote-controlled armed robot that its maker says can keep human troops out of harm’s way.
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Health: Wisconsin System - reattached - tendon - bicep
…needs to have his bicep reattached to its tendon.
The former governor said he needs to have his bicep reattached to its tendon.
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Health: Pacific Northwest - low-income - updating - pandemic
…coronavirus in Washington state.
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: mid-September - startling - pandemic - statistics
Here are the most startling pandemic statistics as of mid-September.
Here are the most startling pandemic statistics as of mid-September.
Health: COVID - South Florida - coronavirus - Jasmine Irby
…orders as some businesses in Florida attempt to enact their own coronavirus policies to combat the surge in cases.
The policy tests the boundaries of Gov. Ron DeSantis' orders as some businesses in Florida attempt to enact their own coronavirus policies to combat the surge in cases.
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Health: Christkindlmarket Milwaukee Facebook - Fiserv Forum
…Deer District for the 2021 holiday season.
The Christkindlmarket organizers said there aren't enough interested vendors to host the market in Milwaukee's Deer District for the 2021 holiday season.
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Health: Washington COVID - mid-July - coronavirus
…struggle with staffing and capacity.
State health officials report an encouraging downward trend in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, though they're still not getting their hopes up. Hospitals throughout the state continue to struggle with staffing and capacity.
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Health: restrict
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is leading almost half of the nation’s attorneys general in…
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is leading almost half of the nation’s attorneys general in fighting the most restrictive abortion law in the country.
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Health: pandemic-friendly - social-distance - COVID-19
…farms also have corn mazes, hay rides and even beer gardens.
Pumpkin picking can be a pandemic-friendly outing, and many Wisconsin patches and farms also have corn mazes, hay rides and even beer gardens.
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Health: Hollars - bonkers - Google - persuaded - contents
Hollars persuaded 100 Wisconsin writers to respond to living in…
For a new book, B.J. Hollars persuaded 100 Wisconsin writers to respond to living in the pandemic for \
…resulted in 51 canceled sailings on the Anacortes (archive)/San Juan Islands route between Sept. 9-13. Walter SiegmundSeattletimes
Health: San Juan - spokesperson - quarantining - ferries
Staffing shortages at Washington State Ferries resulted in 51 canceled…
Staffing shortages at Washington State Ferries resulted in 51 canceled sailings on the Anacortes/San Juan Islands route between Sept. 9-13. A spokesperson said crew members were out because of COVID diagnoses, quarantining and getting vaccinations.
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Health: Premier John Horgan - overconfidence - arrogant
Opinion: Premier showing 'arrogant overconfidence' is hoping new U.S. law will not be approved
Opinion: Premier showing 'arrogant overconfidence' is hoping new U.S. law will not be approved
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Health: Gala Celebrating Camp - Metropolitan Museum
The rapper set of a social media firestorm after sowing doubt over the safety of the vaccine
The rapper set of a social media firestorm after sowing doubt over the safety of the vaccine
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Health: ACLU - Circuit - surveillance
A divided federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of an ACLU lawsuit challenging a portion of the National…
A divided federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of an ACLU lawsuit challenging a portion of the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance of Americans’ international email and phone communications
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Health: disinformation - coronavirus - effect - rampant
…part of a campaign to combat disinformation.
The White House said that they’ve offered such calls with others concerned about the coronavirus vaccine, part of a campaign to combat disinformation.
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Health: Venezuela - Border Patrol - crossed
Illegal immigrants refuse to social…
Illegal immigrants refuse to social distance or wear masks and can’t be kept in quarantine even if they do contract the coronavirus, the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general said in a report Wednesday that undercuts many of the Biden administration’s claims.
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Health: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Wisconsin Rapids
…marks a beginning to holiday baking season.
Cranberry harvest has become a tradition in Wisconsin, the world's top producer. It marks a beginning to holiday baking season.
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Health: Amanda Sabga MediaNews Group Boston Herald
Massachusetts health officials on Wednesday reported a spike of 2,716 new coronavirus cases, which was the highest…
Massachusetts health officials on Wednesday reported a spike of 2,716 new coronavirus cases, which was the highest single-day tally since early February.
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Health: abdicating his responsibility - unprotected
The two largest teachers unions are blasting Gov. Charlie Baker over the state’s lack…
The two largest teachers unions are blasting Gov. Charlie Baker over the state’s lack of a uniform vaccine policy at schools, saying he is “abdicating his responsibility” by leavi…
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Health: MTV Video Music Awards - vaccinations - rapper
Pop singer Nicki Minaj urged caution against vaccinations Monday, and told an odd story.
Pop singer Nicki Minaj urged caution against vaccinations Monday, and told an odd story.
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Politics: Judge Robert Pitman - Justice Department
District Judge Robert Pitman's order keeps the law in effect and allows Texas to make its case opposing the request…
U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman's order keeps the law in effect and allows Texas to make its case opposing the request from Biden's Justice Department by Sept. 29.
Health: Raytheon Technologies Corp - roughly - 130
…require its roughly 130,000 employees in the U.S. to be fully vaccinated by Jan.
Raytheon Technologies Corp. will require its roughly 130,000 employees in the U.S. to be fully vaccinated by Jan. 1, the company said Wednesday. The...
Health: with high priority - coronavirus - vaccines - HAGUE
The Dutch government’s medical advisory body says booster shots of coronavirus…
The Dutch government’s medical advisory body says booster shots of coronavirus vaccines should be given “with high priority” to people with seriously compromised immune systems
Health: Providence Alaska - crisis standards of care
Alaska’s largest hospital announced Tuesday that a relentless coronavirus outbreak driven…
Alaska’s largest hospital announced Tuesday that a relentless coronavirus outbreak driven by the highly contagious delta virus variant has left emergency room patients waiting hours in their vehicles and forced medical teams to ration care.
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Health: Los Angeles - COVID - swamped - sparingly - bluff
…once used sparingly around the country to get…
Religious objections, once used sparingly around the country to get exempted from various required vaccines, are becoming a much more widely used loophole against the COVID-19 shot.
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Health: European Union - European Commission - COVID
…COVID-19 pandemic on a global scale.
The European Union is committing 200 million more vaccine doses to Africa and low-income nations to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic on a global scale.
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Health: iPhones - line-up - devouring - pandemic - upgrades
…including a model that offers twice the…
Apple unveiled its next iPhone line-up, including a model that offers twice the storage available in earlier versions and other modest upgrades to last year’s editions that proved to be a big…
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Health: Michael Callahan - hardball - pandemic - Courtesy
…known global disease program offers a much smarter approach.
Hardball is the wrong technique to get China to open up about the early spread of the pandemic. A successful but little-known global disease program offers a much smarter approach.
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Politics: Pointe-Aux-Chenes - Hurricane Ida - United States
It’s the first study to find that climate anxiety is connected to…
It’s the first study to find that climate anxiety is connected to government inaction
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Health: Anthony Fauci - Pensions Committee - Capitol Hill
…COVID-19 vaccine mandates for air travel, causing some in the industry to push back this week.
Top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci reportedly revealed that he would back COVID-19 vaccine mandates for air travel, causing some in the industry to push back this week.
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Health: Black Americans - coronavirus - inequities
…among those stricken have grown larger, too.
As the nation's COVID-19 death toll exceeded 663,000 this week, it meant roughly 1 in every 500 Americans had succumbed to the disease caused by the coronavirus. Racial inequities among those stricken have grown larger, too.
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Health: COVID - Joe Biden - cutbacks - soaring
…will likely lead to supply cutbacks in some places.
Soaring demand in the past two months, especially in the South, will likely lead to supply cutbacks in some places. The administration moved this week to take over distribution of the critical COVID-19 therapy while it tries to purchase more.
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Health: traps
on Wednesday and end by 4:30 a.m. on Thursday.
Spraying is scheduled to begin after 9 p.m. on Wednesday and end by 4:30 a.m. on Thursday.
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Health: mid - coronavirus - startling
…precautions has died from COVID-19.
A conservative radio host in Colorado who opposed coronavirus vaccines, face masks and other pandemic precautions has died from COVID-19.
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Health: Linda Kent - spokesperson - Inslee
…Inslee's vaccine mandate.
More than 4,000 Washington state employees have filed for religious or medical exemptions to Gov. Jay Inslee's vaccine mandate. Most public employees are required to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 18, or risk losing their jobs.
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Health: Joe Biden - Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin \
Russian President Vladimir Putin \
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Health: COVID - mid - surpassed - startling - pandemic
have happened since just before Christmas 2020, and 2021 surpassed last year in infections. Latest COVID updates.
Half the deaths recorded in the U.S. have happened since just before Christmas 2020, and 2021 surpassed last year in infections. Latest COVID updates.
The state Department of Health Services reported more than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths on Tuesday. (Larisa Koshkina)Jsonline
Health: COVID
…Services reported more than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths on Tuesday.
The state Department of Health Services reported more than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths on Tuesday.
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Health: Dallas Morning News - Elias Valverde II - Fair Park
…COVID-19 booster shots, there’s still a lot of uncertainty around getting a third dose.
As interest grows around COVID-19 booster shots, there’s still a lot of uncertainty around getting a third dose. Do scientists think that a third shot is...
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Health: Dallas Morning News - Elias Valverde II - Joe Biden
…uncertainty around getting a third dose. President Joe Biden announced that third...
As interest grows around COVID-19 booster shots, there’s still a lot of uncertainty around getting a third dose. President Joe Biden announced that third...
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Health: Ocasio-Cortez - York Congresswoman Carolyn B
Congresswomen donned ERA NOW and TAX THE RICH dresses, putting a new…
Congresswomen donned ERA NOW and TAX THE RICH dresses, putting a new spin on the idea of fashion statements
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Health: ADA Title III - inaccurately - viral - false
…from public health rules by the ADA and Civil Rights Act.
A viral photo inaccurately claims individuals are exempt from public health rules by the ADA and Civil Rights Act. This claim is false, experts say.
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NFLPA - ESPN - Carroll
Wide receiver Josh Gordon has successfully completed an NFL-…
Wide receiver Josh Gordon has successfully completed an NFL-monitored treatment program and has received the NFLPA's recommendation that he be reinstated, according to a report from ESPN.
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Health: restraining - injunction - abortions - bans
The Justice Department is asking a federal court in Texas to issue a…
The Justice Department is asking a federal court in Texas to issue a temporary restraining order or a preliminary injunction against a new state law that bans most abortions in Texas
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Health: U.S.-authorized COVID - Influential - dose
WASHINGTON — Influential government…
WASHINGTON — Influential government advisers will debate Friday if there’s enough proof that a booster dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective — the first step toward de…
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Politics: Naval Station - Tuesday Aug - evacuees - Biden
…tested positive following their arrival.
The Biden administration announced that it would halt flights for Afghan evacuees at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany and the Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar after four individuals tested positive following their arrival.
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Health: Covid - coronavirus - syringes - doses - vaccine
…the FDA and to the Biden administration.
A new research paper deals a blow to the FDA and to the Biden administration.
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Health: covid - Zou Zheng - Xinhua
Germans pay less than $1 per test. Brits get them free. Why do Americans pay so much more?
Germans pay less than $1 per test. Brits get them free. Why do Americans pay so much more?
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Health: Pfizer COVID-19 - San Francisco Chronicle
…We have the scientific tools we need to turn the corner on this pandemic.
The bottom line is this: We have the scientific tools we need to turn the corner on this pandemic.
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Health: Candace Ayers - Marc Ayers - masks
…infected by others who chose not to be. The cost was her life,' Ayers' family wrote in Candace Ayers' obituary.
'She was vaccinated but was infected by others who chose not to be. The cost was her life,' Ayers' family wrote in Candace Ayers' obituary.
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Health: Andrews McMeel Syndication - locked down - COVID
…have always been somewhat shy and reserved, but I do like people and I like mixing.
Dear Abby: I am a guy who is 27. I have always been somewhat shy and reserved, but I do like people and I like mixing. After more than a year of being “locked down” during the COVID-19 …
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Health: Sheriff Patrick McDermott - Norfolk County - COVID
Families across Norfolk County and Massachusetts have just completed a familiar ritual: the return to school.
Families across Norfolk County and Massachusetts have just completed a familiar ritual: the return to school. While it may look a little different than years past because of the COVID-19 pandemic, …
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Health: milestones - surpassed - Tallies - DOH
…according to the state Department of Health.
Over 7,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Washington state, according to the state Department of Health. The state surpassed previous milestones of 6,000 deaths in July and 5,000 deaths in March.
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Health: dose
About 70% of state employees who have reported their status have reported having received…
About 70% of state employees who have reported their status have reported having received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Health: COVID - vaccines - continent - badly
The World Health Organization and its partners hope to provide Africa with about 30% of the COVID-19 vaccines the…
The World Health Organization and its partners hope to provide Africa with about 30% of the COVID-19 vaccines the continent needs by February
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Health: extraordinarily - Biden - experimental - treatments
…extraordinarily promising and costly.
Experimental gene therapy treatments for sickle cell disease are extraordinarily promising and costly. Will the Biden administration commit to spending that could speed clinical trial results?
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Health: pandemic - Airbus - airplanes - dominance - shored
…Airbus won 99 net orders, and delivered 40 passenger jets.
Boeing added 23 net jet orders in August, but delivered only 22 airplanes, including just 14 passenger jets. Rival Airbus won 99 net orders, and delivered 40 passenger jets.
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Health: non-cancerous - endoscopic
News anchor Suzanne Spencer returned to \
News anchor Suzanne Spencer returned to \
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Health: American Airlines Center - Dickies Arena - pandemic
…which had caused controversy.
His first date since the pandemic began featured loose and powerful playing — and no mention of his views on vaccines, which had caused controversy.
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Health: ChildCareGroup West Dallas - underserved - imitates
ChildCareGroup, a nonprofit organization with a…
ChildCareGroup, a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide early education and childcare support to underserved communities, has worked in Dallas...
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Health: Menachem Latowicz - Boston-area Jewish
…area Jewish community is adapting to a very…
The Boston-area Jewish community is adapting to a very different high holiday period this year, as synagogues have turned to creative ways to bring people together safely amid the coronavirus pande…
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Health: waning - immunity - dose - vaccine - vulnerable
will offer a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to everyone over…
The U.K. will offer a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to everyone over 50 and other vulnerable people after an an expert panel said the boosters were needed to protect against waning immunity this winter
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Health: Houston Fire Department EMS - Covid - unvaccinated
Fully vaccinated people are about 50 percent less likely to experience long Covid than unvaccinated people
Fully vaccinated people are about 50 percent less likely to experience long Covid than unvaccinated people
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Health: self-proclaimed - COVID - anti-choice
…anti-choice talk show host,” was staunchly opposed to the COVID vaccine and has died from the virus.
Bob Enyart, 62, who once referred to himself as “America’s most popular self-proclaimed right-wing, religious fanatic, homophobic, anti-choice talk show host,” was staunchly opposed to the COVID vaccine and has died from the virus.
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Crime: MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH AFP - Guy Fawkes - Anonymous
Texas GOP website back up after being hacked by Anonymous over state's abortion ban
Texas GOP website back up after being hacked by Anonymous over state's abortion ban
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Health: coronavirus - Biden - vaccines - household
Incomes fell last year and more people lived in poverty\u00a0as the COVID-…
Incomes fell last year and more people lived in poverty\u00a0as the COVID-19 pandemic threw millions out of work. Median household income fell to $67,500
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Health: Vladimir Putin - coronavirus - Kremlin - infected
The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin is in self-isolation after people in his inner…
The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin is in self-isolation after people in his inner circle became infected with the coronavirus
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Health: Joe Biden - hasn - sweeping
Canada already requires vaccination for air travelers.
President Biden has not proposed a vaccine mandate for U.S. flights but hasn't ruled it out. Canada already requires vaccination for air travelers.
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Health: Alex Cora - Mariners - routine - error
Schwarber made a critical error in the Sox’ 5-4 loss to the…
Schwarber made a critical error in the Sox’ 5-4 loss to the Mariners on Monday.
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Health: Iowa Code - effectiveness - CDC - recommendations
…data on the effectiveness of masks to reduce spread of the virus.
The judge said he has looked at data on the effectiveness of masks to reduce spread of the virus.
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Health: USA TODAY - weintraub - kristi - shamus - Karen
Experts say a small percentage of kids infected with COVID suffer symptoms that stretch for weeks or months with no…
Experts say a small percentage of kids infected with COVID suffer symptoms that stretch for weeks or months with no explanation and no clear end date.
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Health: Journal Sentinel - Growers Association - milwaukee
You know cranberries are good for you. But what else do you know about them.
You know cranberries are good for you. But what else do you know about them.
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Health: COVID - pandemic - volunteers
Families found themselves in need of food assistance during the pandemic
Families found themselves in need of food assistance during the pandemic
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Health: Tropical Storm Nicholas - long-haul - mysteries
Scientists are working to unravel the mysteries of long-haul COVID-19. And Texas braces for rain from Tropical…
Scientists are working to unravel the mysteries of long-haul COVID-19. And Texas braces for rain from Tropical Storm Nicholas. It's Monday's news.
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Health: sincerely held - Legislative Building - faith-based
Faith-based exemptions are gaining a big role in the debate over employer vaccine mandates, forcing companies to vet…
Faith-based exemptions are gaining a big role in the debate over employer vaccine mandates, forcing companies to vet what is a “sincerely held” belief or whether workers are using religion as an end-run around tough rules imposed by corporations and cheered by President Biden.
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Health: Lisa Cordasco
Anyone who works in a hospital, clinic or community care setting, including home cares, will have to be fully…
Anyone who works in a hospital, clinic or community care setting, including home cares, will have to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 26.
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Health: President Joe Biden - shockingly - COVID - pretense
Among the shockingly large number of vaccine-averse Americans, many have come around
Among the shockingly large number of vaccine-averse Americans, many have come around