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Andriy Onufriyenko - COVID-19 - variant - triangle
The CDC's new report arrives after the agency has started…
The CDC's new report arrives after the agency has started imposing old COVID-19 measures due to the delta variant
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Health: South Noem - Kristi Noem - COVID - messaging
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Health: COVID - indoors - vaccinated - CDC - recommends
Walmart and Sam's Club will again require employees to wear masks regardless of vaccination status in COVID hot spots.
Walmart and Sam's Club will again require employees to wear masks regardless of vaccination status in COVID hot spots.
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Health: seven-day - 24th - 638 - 568
…24th consecutive day up to 638, up 568 cases from a month ago.
The seven-day average of daily cases increased for the the 24th consecutive day up to 638, up 568 cases from a month ago.
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Health: President Joe Biden - Patrick Semansky
…federal employees to get the vaccine or submit to regular testing.
The details come a day after President Joe Biden issued a directive requiring federal employees to get the vaccine or submit to regular testing.
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Health: Cassandra Jn Baptiste - Paul Connors Media
An ongoing trend of rising coronavirus cases continued on Friday when Massachusetts health officials…
An ongoing trend of rising coronavirus cases continued on Friday when Massachusetts health officials reported 844 new infections — the most since early May — and three deaths as the highly contagio…
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Health: Camille Bains - Canadian Association - physician
Representatives of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment and the West Coast Environmental Law…
Representatives of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment and the West Coast Environmental Law Association said thousands of people across…
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Health: chickenpox - variant - mask - walking - contagious
…called breakthrough infections carried about the same amount of the coronavirus as those who did not get the shots.
In another dispiriting setback for the nation’s efforts stamp out the coronavirus, scientists who studied a big COVID-19 outbreak in Massachusetts concluded that vaccinated people who got so-called breakthrough infections carried about the same amount of the coronavirus as those who did not get the shots.
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Health: CDC Director Dr - insidiousness - coronavirus
The insidiousness of the delta variant sparked a CDC study based on a pocket of…
The insidiousness of the delta variant sparked a CDC study based on a pocket of infections in Provincetown that shows even the vaccinated can get coronavirus again.
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Health: three-quarters - COVID
Fully vaccinated people made up nearly three-quarters of COVID cases that occurred in a Massachusetts town around…
Fully vaccinated people made up nearly three-quarters of COVID cases that occurred in a Massachusetts town around Fourth of July, CDC study shows.
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Health: Nassau Saturday - COVID - end-of-cruise - Adventure
…have tested positive for COVID-19.
Six passengers on Royal Caribbean International's Adventure of the Seas, which departed from Nassau Saturday, have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Health: Southlake Carroll - Tokyo Aquatics Centre - 3-meter
…year-old who graduated from Southlake Carroll this spring…
Hailey Hernandez is moving on. The 18-year-old who graduated from Southlake Carroll this spring finished sixth in the women’s 3-meter springboard diving...
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Health: Organizing Committee - COVID - Tokyo Olympics
The CDC, in an internal presentation, is warning that the delta variant is substantially more contagious than others.
The CDC, in an internal presentation, is warning that the delta variant is substantially more contagious than others. Latest COVID-19 updates.
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Health: pandemic - unvaccinated - coincides - tearing
The delta variant now makes up most new cases of infection in Washington state as the fifth wave of the pandemic here…
The delta variant now makes up most new cases of infection in Washington state as the fifth wave of the pandemic here begins to take off. So what does delta mean for mask recommendations -- or mandates?
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Health: Mayo Clinic - ascension - vaccine
…Mayo Clinic Health System and SSM Health also are requiring employees to get the vaccine.
Ascension Wisconsin, Mayo Clinic Health System and SSM Health also are requiring employees to get the vaccine.
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Health: Handout - coronavirus - Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. Photo by Handout / via REUTERS
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. Photo by Handout / via REUTERS
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Health: Dallas Morning - Jimmy Johnson - Cliff Harris
…Legends of the Hall, a premium magazine for our home delivery members.
Editor’s note: The following story is included in Legends of the Hall, a premium magazine for our home delivery members. To subscribe to The Dallas Morning...
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Health: Greg Abbott - coronavirus - enacting - COVID
…even as the virus's more contagious delta...
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, on Thursday signed an executive order prohibiting cities and other government entities in the state from enacting vaccine requirements or mask mandates to protect against the coronavirus, even as the virus's more contagious delta...
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Health: COVID - mask-wearing - slidshow - indoors
…essential to bring it under control, according to a CDC slidshow.
Evidence is mounting about the dangers of the delta variant and how mask-wearing is essential to bring it under control, according to a CDC slidshow.
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Health: Associated Press - vaccinated - reversing - infection
…including vaccinated one in areas with high infection rates to wear masks.
NEW YORK - Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer and private employer, is reversing its mask policy and will require all its workers including vaccinated one in areas with high infection rates to wear masks.
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Health: Associated Press - overwhelming
…hoping to apply for a rushed passport when the office opened at 7 a.m.
LOS ANGELES - Britt Johnson showed up around midnight to the West Los Angeles Federal Building, hoping to apply for a rushed passport when the office opened at 7 a.m.
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Health: President Trump - most favored nations - mixing
The relationship between Democrats and former President Trump can be characterized as mixing oil and water.
The relationship between Democrats and former President Trump can be characterized as mixing oil and water.
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Health: undercooked - steak
Greater Omaha Packing is recalling more than 295,…
Greater Omaha Packing is recalling more than 295,000 pounds of raw beef products because they may be contaminated with E. coli.
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - all-around - COVID
…won't wear a mask, unlike his teammates.
U.S. swimmer Michael Andrew, a bust so far at these Tokyo Olympics, is unvaccinated and won't wear a mask, unlike his teammates.
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Health: full-swing - Tuesday-Saturday - huckleberry
With summer in Seattle in full-swing, cool off with ice cream…
With summer in Seattle in full-swing, cool off with ice cream from one of these four places — flavors include banana, durian, orange tea, huckleberry and watermelon sorbet, so there's literally something for everyone!
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - Workers Party - behaving
North Korea is behaving like a petulant child, decrying the Tokyo Olympics after…
North Korea is behaving like a petulant child, decrying the Tokyo Olympics after deciding not to join in the games. For North Korea, the Games provide material for rhetorical blasts designed to und…
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Health: Billy Gibbons - steadfast presence - Frank Beard
Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard, Hill’s bandmates for more than 50 years, said they will miss his “steadfast…
Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard, Hill’s bandmates for more than 50 years, said they will miss his “steadfast presence” and “good nature.”
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Health: infections - hosts
TOKYO — Japan expanded a coronavirus state of emergency to four more areas in addition to Tokyo on Friday following…
TOKYO — Japan expanded a coronavirus state of emergency to four more areas in addition to Tokyo on Friday following record spikes in infections as the capital hosts the Olympics.
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Health: overstocked - liquidator - Nordstrom - Hurst - neon
Shoppers at North East Mall in Hurst may be…
Shoppers at North East Mall in Hurst may be wondering who put neon in their Nordstrom. Quicklotz, a liquidator of overstocked merchandise and last season’s...
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Health: Can You Drink the Cup - Wind Sand and Stars - rendition
…owner Mark Canlis gives us his reading picks,…
In this month’s rendition of What We’re Reading, Canlis co-owner Mark Canlis gives us his reading picks, from “Wind Sand and Stars” to “Can You Drink the Cup” by Henri Nouwen and a Mark Twain classic he just reread with...
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Health: PFAS - pored - Olah
…but it could take years to happen.
Regulating PFAS as a pollutant family would be an environmental win in the long run, but it could take years to happen.
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Health: mid-October - postponing - campuses - variant
…sprawling campuses are fully reopened in an...
SAN RAMON, Calif. — Google is postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-October and rolling out a policy that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened in an...
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Supreme Court - Alexander Hunter - Washington Times
…save millions of lives. Let’s pray they take it.
The Supreme Court has a chance to save millions of lives. Let’s pray they take it.
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mask-wearing - recommend - hotly - But CDC
…wearing earlier this week.
The hotly anticipated study helped convince the agency to revise its guidance on mask-wearing earlier this week.
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Health: boats
…name for their boats, no matter the size.
It would appear that people put a great deal of effort into coming up with just the right name for their boats, no matter the size.
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Politics: Veterans Affairs - Covid - resurgence - stagnating
first reported the decision .
first reported the decision .
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Health: at-risk - vaccinated - chickenpox - indoors
…health officials announced today.
Fully vaccinated Bay State residents are being urged to wear masks indoors if you fall under certain at-risk categories, health officials announced today.
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Health: Association International Conference - coronavirus
Preliminary research presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Denver this week…
Preliminary research presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Denver this week suggests that coronavirus infections might lead to lasting cognitive impairment, especially among older people.
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Health: Ron DeSantis - tallahassee - Covid - imposing
Local governments are imposing new requirements as the state's infections surge.
Local governments are imposing new requirements as the state's infections surge.
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Health: COVID - Joe Biden - long-term - mand
Here's what to know about President Joe Biden's directive…
Here's what to know about President Joe Biden's directive that federal employees and federal contractors get vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Health: Joseph University - just Joe - fruitcake - noticing
…just Joe” is a fruitcake. People are definitely noticing.
President Biden’s “just Joe” gaffes have turned a more serious corner. By all appearances, “just Joe” is a fruitcake. People are definitely noticing.
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Health: Delta COVID-19 - wide-ranging - mitigation
…executive order that doubles down on his personal...
In the midst of surging Delta COVID-19 cases in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday issued a wide-ranging executive order that doubles down on his personal...
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Health: COVID - long-term - coronavirus
…u00a0protection and suggest that even…
The findings raise\u00a0questions about the coronavirus vaccines'\u00a0protection and suggest that even vaccinated people could experience long-term symptoms.
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Health: Leaguer Dom Driscoll - Middleboro - 12 - compete
Little Leaguer Dom Driscoll shows a whole lot…
Little Leaguer Dom Driscoll shows a whole lot of heart for a kid born with just half the organ 12 years ago. Driscoll, who will compete with the Middleboro 12 and under team in this weekend’s…
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 - Ellis Davis Fieldhouse
…allowing Collin County residents to receive a...
Collin County Health Care Services announced earlier this week that it has launched mobile vaccination teams, allowing Collin County residents to receive a...
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 - Ellis Davis Fieldhouse
…music and giveaways when they receive a dose of the vaccine.
Community members can enjoy free food, music and giveaways when they receive a dose of the vaccine.
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Health: Department Vineet Gupta - disproportionately - Arup
Boston’s transportation leaders called for more shared spaces and reduced fare transportation Thursday at a…
Boston’s transportation leaders called for more shared spaces and reduced fare transportation Thursday at a roundtable discussion organized by Arup, an engineering and consulting firm.
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Health: real-world - Royal Oak - unvaccinated - dons
Breakthrough infections — fully vaccinated people testing positive for COVID-19 — seem to be cropping up everywhere,…
Breakthrough infections — fully vaccinated people testing positive for COVID-19 — seem to be cropping up everywhere, from the Tokyo Olympic Games to the White House and Congress.
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Health: long-term - mandate - granted
The first COVID-19 vaccine was distributed under an Emergency Use Authorization. More than seven months later,…
The first COVID-19 vaccine was distributed under an Emergency Use Authorization. More than seven months later, actual approval hasn’t been granted.
…vaccinated (illustration), said the report underscores once again the need for people to get vaccinated now,… Grook Da OgerSeattletimes
Health: underscores - updating
…people to get vaccinated now, if they haven’t already.
The state Department of Health, which will be updating data weekly on the conditions of Washingtonians who aren't fully vaccinated, said the report underscores once again the need for people to get vaccinated now, if they haven’t already.
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Health: Pensions Committee - Rochelle Walensky
The agency’s decision to limit its reporting of breakthrough cases has prompted wide variation in how states keep tabs on them.
The agency’s decision to limit its reporting of breakthrough cases has prompted wide variation in how states keep tabs on them.
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Health: Tiffany Crawford - coronavirus - Cheryl Chan
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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Health: Veterans Affairs - Pfizer COVID-19 - New Jersey
Efforts to get Americans vaccinated for COVID-19 took a forceful turn Monday with the Department of Veterans Affairs…
Efforts to get Americans vaccinated for COVID-19 took a forceful turn Monday with the Department of Veterans Affairs telling its doctors and nurses to get immunized within eight weeks.
Health: coronavirus - chickenpox - variant - vaccinated
WASHINGTON — The delta variant of the coronavirus appears to cause more severe…
WASHINGTON — The delta variant of the coronavirus appears to cause more severe illness than earlier variants and spreads as easily as chickenpox, according to an internal federal health document that argues officials must acknowledge the war has changed. The...
Health: Jay Inslee - CDC
…Inslee says he is following CDC guidelines and is urging Washington residents to…
Gov. Jay Inslee says he is following CDC guidelines and is urging Washington residents to wear face coverings indoors in counties with high transmission rates. He didn't, however, impose new mask mandates.
Health: pre-pandemic - coronavirus - scramble - rehire
…new claims for unemployment are below the pre-pandemic level of early 2020.
Jobless claims continue to fall in Washington state. In fact, new claims for unemployment are below the pre-pandemic level of early 2020. But plenty of economic damage remains, and officials fear what will happen as the coronavirus rebounds.
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Health: Pacific Northwest - updating - pandemic
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: pediatric - checkup - waitlist - honor
…looking to honor his brother, wants to 'change the pediatric checkup' to include mental health care.
The former Fiserv CEO, looking to honor his brother, wants to 'change the pediatric checkup' to include mental health care.
Health: Fox News - infectious-disease - coronavirus
…nation's top infectious-disease expert had caused the coronavirus. He also falsely claimed the vaccines don't work.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night falsely claimed, twice, that the nation's top infectious-disease expert had caused the coronavirus. He also falsely claimed the vaccines don't work.
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Health: coronavirus-induced - Belarusian - pneumonia - kyiv
…induced pneumonia he has reportedly developed in detention.
The Belarusian Association of Journalists has called on authorities in Belarus to transfer a jailed journalist to a civilian hospital so he could get treatment for coronavirus-induced pneumonia he has reportedly developed in detention.
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Health: Houston Methodist Baytown - high-profile - vaccines
…one big reason — the shots aren’t fully approved yet.
Public and private employers seeking to mandate the COVID-19 vaccines are bolstered by a Department of Justice opinion and high-profile victory in Texas but their chances in court remain iffy for one big reason — the shots aren’t fully approved yet.
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Health: South Wales
SYDNEY — Australia’s largest city Sydney will remain in…
SYDNEY — Australia’s largest city Sydney will remain in lockdown for another month. The New South Wales state government announced that the lockdown of the city of 5 million would last at least until Aug. 28, after reporting on...
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spraying - conducted
The city conducted ground spraying on Wednesday.
The city conducted ground spraying on Wednesday.
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Health: Charlie pro-Trump - anti-vaccine - misinformation
…engage mask and vaccine mandates.
Groups like Charlie Kirk's pro-Trump Turning Point USA are using anti-vaccine misinformation to stoke fundraising efforts, cashing in by calling the rise of the delta variant a media ploy to re-engage mask and vaccine mandates.
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Health: Ray Perryman - CNBC - Waco - rankings - parade
Those rankings shape...
Veteran Waco economist Ray Perryman is used to seeing an annual parade of best for business rankings that put Texas at the top. Those rankings shape...
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Health: mask-wearing - Disease Control - vaccinated - Delta
…wearing among vaccinated Americans.
Scientists say new data on the Delta variant has changed the agency’s calculus on mask-wearing among vaccinated Americans.
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Health: onslaught - foggy - struggles - joblessness
Feeling a little foggy on the details of Wisconsin's unemployment struggles? Here's what you should know.
Feeling a little foggy on the details of Wisconsin's unemployment struggles? Here's what you should know.
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Health: Cream Puffs - cows
…the State Fair will look different than it did before the pandemic hit.\u00a0Here's what you can expect.
While Cream Puffs and cows will be back, the State Fair will look different than it did before the pandemic hit.\u00a0Here's what you can expect.
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Health: ultra-infectious - retightening - vanquished
Corporate chief executives are growing worried about bringing workers back into crowded offices, with some…
Corporate chief executives are growing worried about bringing workers back into crowded offices, with some privately discussing mandatory vaccination. The CDC's retightening of its mask advice was a reminder that the crisis is not yet vanquished.
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Health: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus - Olympic Games
…for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
WHO Director General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, arrives for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. | Leon Neal/Getty Images
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Culture: Tokyo Olympics - organizers - combat
troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year.
U.S. troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year. And organizers at the Tokyo Olympics are keeping an eye on the weather. It's Monday's news.
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Health: Sunnyview Expo Center - Tony Evers - wetland
28 at Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh.
The new event called the Waterfowl Hunters Expo will be held Aug. 28 at Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh.
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structures - firefighters
…000 others in northern California.
The\u00a0Dixie Fire has burned nearly two dozen structures but it is threatening more than 10,000 others in northern California.
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Health: vaccinated - indoors - recommends
…vaccinated people wear masks indoors.
States are quickly reacting after the CDC issued new mask guidance recommending that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors. Latest COVID news.
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Health: undiagnosed - hepatitis - ticking viral time bomb
Some have described hepatitis C as a “ticking viral time bomb” because of the number of undiagnosed infections.
Some have described hepatitis C as a “ticking viral time bomb” because of the number of undiagnosed infections.
Health: United States - coronavirus - pandemic - twists
The story of mask requirements in the United States has had many twists and turns since the early days of the coronavirus…
The story of mask requirements in the United States has had many twists and turns since the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's the circuitous route we took to where we are now.
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Health: Supervisor Ryan Clancy - variant - transmission
The measure comes as officials from the local to the federal level are raising concerns about the…
The measure comes as officials from the local to the federal level are raising concerns about the delta variant and rising case numbers.
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Health: right-wing - waning - bandage - seizes
Right-wing media seizes on a study that finds the Pfizer vaccine's effectiveness…
Right-wing media seizes on a study that finds the Pfizer vaccine's effectiveness is waning. But experts say the jury is still out
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Health: vaccinations - COVID - Bay Pines - Gainesville
…reported the steepest increases, with dozens of new cases in Bay Pines, Gainesville, Tampa\u00a0and Orlando.
VA medical centers in Florida reported the steepest increases, with dozens of new cases in Bay Pines, Gainesville, Tampa\u00a0and Orlando.
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Health: clad - swab - technician - protective - nasal
Breakthrough cases of COVID-19 are often milder — here's what's commonly experienced
Breakthrough cases of COVID-19 are often milder — here's what's commonly experienced
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Health: Germany - coronavirus - Pharmaceutical - berlin
BERLIN — Pharmaceutical company BioNTech said Monday that it wants to…
BERLIN — Pharmaceutical company BioNTech said Monday that it wants to use the mRNA technology behind its coronavirus vaccine to target malaria. The Germany-based company, which developed the first …
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Health: mindset - Jack Shafer - wonders - adjustments
Adjustments to our Covid-19 mindset could do wonders as we face down the virus in the months ahead.
Adjustments to our Covid-19 mindset could do wonders as we face down the virus in the months ahead.
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Health: Gordon McIntyre - year-over-year
Inflation rose 3.1% year-over-year in June, but was 2.4% higher in B.C.
Inflation rose 3.1% year-over-year in June, but was 2.4% higher in B.C.
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Health: Joe Biden - COVID - on-site - White House - variant
…threatening his economic recovery plan.
President Biden on Thursday said federal employees and on-site contractors will be required to get COVID-19 vaccines or face regular testing and mask restrictions as he grows impatient with sluggish vaccination rates that allowed the delta variant to surge, threatening his economic recovery plan.
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Health: David Martin Lozano - long-term - Summer Olympics
…COVID-19 vaccinations for...
More than 50 prominent medical organizations Monday called for all health-care employers and long-term care facilities to require COVID-19 vaccinations for...
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Health: first-term - Jose Luis Magana - comparing
…term Republican has drawn backlash for…
The first-term Republican has drawn backlash for repeatedly comparing vaccination requirements and mask mandates to the Holocaust.
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Health: bio-manufacturing - Gordon Hoekstra - Ottawa
…promising” life sciences and bio-manufacturing firms.
In the 2021 budget, Ottawa promised more than $2 billion over the next seven years to support “promising” life sciences and bio-manufacturing firms.
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enveloped - Bay State - whiff - smelled
Massachusetts was enveloped in smoke on Monday, as people walking out their door got a…
Massachusetts was enveloped in smoke on Monday, as people walking out their door got a nasty whiff of what smelled like burning plastic amid unhealthy air quality levels.
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Health: blaming - intimidate - Central Massachusetts
…blaming the hundreds of Worcester nurses who have been on strike for almost five months.
Saint Vincent Hospital on Wednesday said it will be slashing services, blaming the hundreds of Worcester nurses who have been on strike for almost five months.
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Health: Simone Biles - well-being - long-standing - tips
Mental health experts offer some tips.
Simone Biles's public decision to take care of her well-being offers an opportunity to learn about the right and wrong ways to support someone who is going through a difficult time mentally or emotionally. Mental health experts offer some tips.
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Health: Fox News Channel - New York - 2107 - poses
…the worst human being known to mankind.”
HELENA, Mont. — A video showing a Montana man confronting Tucker Carlson is circulating widely on social media after the man called the Fox News host “the worst human being known to mankind.”
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Health: Abigail Shrier - Washington Times - reassignment
…Irreversible Damage,” chronicles the…
Illustration on leftist intellectual suppression and free speech by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times more Ms. Shrier’s book, “Irreversible Damage,” chronicles the significant and unexplained rise among adolescent females in requests for gender reassignment treatment.
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Health: United States - COVID
Some medical organizations called Monday for mandatory vaccines of health-care personnel as rising COVID-19 cases…
Some medical organizations called Monday for mandatory vaccines of health-care personnel as rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the United States...
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Health: seven-day - Wisconsin - vaccine - 351
The seven-day average of daily cases increased to 351, up 281 cases from a month ago.
The seven-day average of daily cases increased to 351, up 281 cases from a month ago.
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Health: conversation
Three out of nine mink farms in B.C. have seen mink test positive for the virus since last December, the ministry says.
Three out of nine mink farms in B.C. have seen mink test positive for the virus since last December, the ministry says.
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stuck - moon - tide
Blame it on the moon. Nine dolphins were stranded in Cape Cod Bay on Monday, as animal rescuers were able to release five…
Blame it on the moon. Nine dolphins were stranded in Cape Cod Bay on Monday, as animal rescuers were able to release five of the common dolphins stuck in an extremely low tide.
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Health: Johnson COVID-19 - Brewing Company - ticker-tape
The American Medical Association and dozens of medical groups on Monday called for the mandatory COVID-…
The American Medical Association and dozens of medical groups on Monday called for the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination of health workers in the U.S.