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Your covid questions, answered

We reported on this a bit in December. The Trump administration had promised 300 million doses of vaccine by the…

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Biden to reopen ACA insurance marketplaces as pandemic has cost millions of American their coverage

Under one order, HealthCare.gov, the online insurance marketplace for Americans who cannot get affordable coverage through their jobs, will swiftly…

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A New Coronavirus Variant From Brazil, Is Found In Minnesota

A new variant of the coronavirus first discovered in Brazil was detected in Minneapolis, Minn. The variant is believed to…

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Biden to tap nurse as acting surgeon general

Surgeon General Jerome Adams, a Trump appointee, resigned last week at Biden’s request, and Deputy Surgeon General Erica Schwartz, a…

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What you need to know about the coronavirus variants

Viruses are always mutating and taking on new forms. The coronavirus has thousands of variants that have been identified. But…

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Gorilla Gets Monoclonal Antibody Therapy For COVID-19

One of the eight gorillas in the troop at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in California. Some of the…

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South Dakota Health Leader On How The State Has Gotten Its Vaccine Out

South Dakota has given out about 75% of the vaccine doses it’s received, a high rate among states. Eduardo Munoz…

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The Best Movies Of 2021 So Far (And 36 More We’re Pumped to See)

WB/Universal/Focus Features 2020 was going to be a big year for movies. But then, uh, you know…COVID. We still got…

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First U.S. case of highly transmissible Brazil coronavirus variant identified in Minnesota

One research study published in the journal Science estimated that 76 percent of the Manaus population had already been infected…

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‘Everything Broke’: Global Health Leaders On What Went Wrong In The Pandemic

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was one of many global health leaders who spoke bluntly about the pandemic…

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