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Health: USA TODAY Network - Several California
The pace of vaccinations is picking up but remains well below…
The pace of vaccinations is picking up but remains well below encouraging estimates from public health experts. Latest COVID-19 news.
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Health: Latest COVID-19 - vaccinations
…estimates from public health experts. Latest COVID-19 news.
The pace of vaccinations is picking up but remains well below encouraging estimates from public health experts. Latest COVID-19 news.
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Health: Joe Biden - COVID-19 - 46th - heightened
Preparations continued for the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the U.S. amid heightened security…
Preparations continued for the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the U.S. amid heightened security and COVID-19 precautions.
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Health: enhanced - Capitol
The personnel will support enhanced security measures related to the event, as local law…
The personnel will support enhanced security measures related to the event, as local law enforcement continues to track threats of violence.
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Health: lesions - physician - recommend
The vaccine may be given at any time after the shingles lesions are healed
The vaccine may be given at any time after the shingles lesions are healed
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Health: Pennsylvania Convention Center - ineligible - enabled
…care workers, has enabled ineligible people to jump the line.
A partnership between Rite Aid and the City of Philadelphia, intended to help get the vaccine to health-care workers, has enabled ineligible people to jump the line.
California health (illustration) officials say that several large covid-19 outbreaks in the state and a fast-…Seattletimes
fast-growing - covid-19 - United States
…the possibility that it could be driving new infections.
California health officials say that several large covid-19 outbreaks in the state and a fast-growing share of cases are linked to a coronavirus variant that scientists know little about, raising the possibility that it could be driving new infections.
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Health: long-term - David Carrigg - vaccinated - doses
New vaccination plan will focus on second doses for people in long-term care homes
New vaccination plan will focus on second doses for people in long-term care homes
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Politics: Marilyne Gagné - The Canadian - dermapure - aleesha
Marilyne Gagné, the founder and president of Dermapure talks about creating a 'gym for your skin.'
Marilyne Gagné, the founder and president of Dermapure talks about creating a 'gym for your skin.'
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Health: President Trump - Sinovac Biotech Ltd - COVID-19
President Trump on Monday night lifted coronavirus-related travel restrictions that cover much of Europe and Brazil…
President Trump on Monday night lifted coronavirus-related travel restrictions that cover much of Europe and Brazil but still bars China and Iran, beginning Jan. 26, nearly a week after he leaves office.
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Health: Japanese Prime - Yoshihide Suga - Associated Press
…this summer with ample coronavirus protection.
TOKYO — Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga vowed Monday to get the pandemic under control and hold the already postponed Olympics this summer with ample coronavirus protection.
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Health: detroit-based - Moderna COVID - Human Services
Detroit-based Henry Ford Health System and the Wayne…
Detroit-based Henry Ford Health System and the Wayne County Public Health Department are delaying some COVID-19 vaccinations due to a shortage of vaccine
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Health: year-long - COVID - pandemic - offseason - Hinch
Here's what that means for the Detroit Tigers.
The\u00a0minors will return in 2021, following a year-long absence because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what that means for the Detroit Tigers.
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Health: Martin Luther - webinars - Gallery - Dyalon Jr
…ways to volunteer solo, or in small groups.
Most events shifted online for virtual webinars and speeches. Many in the area found ways to volunteer solo, or in small groups.
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Health: Linda Green - long-term - separating - uninfected
…drapes separating the ill from the uninfected.
For weeks, the long-term care facility where Linda Green works as a nurse looked to her like a battlefield hospital, swathed in plastic drapes separating the ill from the uninfected.
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Health: Illinois Department - Kyle Auman - Ogle - summoned
…the feds demanded it open.
Despite a COVID-19 outbreak at Rochelle Foods, the feds demanded it open. This fall, a second outbreak at the plant wasn’t publicly reported.
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Health: Spokane Regional - exacerbated - pandemic - tracing
…after finding that they encountered many people whose stress and anxiety were exacerbated by the pandemic.
The Spokane Regional Health District and the Public Health Institute have trained their contract tracing workers in mental health first aid, after finding that they encountered many people whose stress and anxiety were exacerbated by the pandemic.
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Health: Michigan Bureau - COVID - variant - sequencing
Health officials are concerned about what the UK variant of COVID means for Michigan case numbers, hospitalizations and deaths.
Health officials are concerned about what the UK variant of COVID means for Michigan case numbers, hospitalizations and deaths.
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Health: texted - vaccines - Northern California - leaped
…000 to almost 400,000 in less than five weeks.
It took 12 weeks for the death toll to rise from 200,000 to 300,000. The death toll has leaped from 300,000 to almost 400,000 in less than five weeks.
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Health: record-setting - authorized
…authorized for use in a record-setting 10 months.
Coronavirus vaccines using mRNA technology were developed and authorized for use in a record-setting 10 months.
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Politics: notoriety - istanbul - kingdom
…world leader in executions, along with China and Iran.
In previous years, the kingdom earned notoriety as a world leader in executions, along with China and Iran.
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Southern California - far-reaching - fast-moving
…risk to Los Angeles and San Francisco beginning late Monday.
An unusual weather pattern is set to bring damaging winds and critical fire weather risk to Los Angeles and San Francisco beginning late Monday.
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Health: Kelly Standard - cinnamon-dusted - gloss - relegated
After 35 years of sharing everything from a love for jazz music to tubes of lip gloss, twins Kimberly and Kelly Standard…
After 35 years of sharing everything from a love for jazz music to tubes of lip gloss, twins Kimberly and Kelly Standard assumed that when they became sick with COVID-19 their experiences would be as identical as their DNA. The...
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Health: Superintendent Jeannie Stone - Jenny Wang - inject
Richardson ISD nurses have started to receive COVID-19 vaccines,…
Richardson ISD nurses have started to receive COVID-19 vaccines, Superintendent Jeannie Stone said in a video shared by the school district. In the early...
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Health: Sinovac Biotech Ltd - Carla Carniel Associated
Brazil’s health regulator has approved the urgent use of…
Brazil’s health regulator has approved the urgent use of coronavirus vaccines made by Sinovac and AstraZeneca, enabling Latin America’s largest nation to begin an immunization program that’s been subject to delay and political disputes
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Health: United States - coronavirus - flare-ups - pandemic
BEIJING — China eked out 2.3% economic growth in 2020,…
BEIJING — China eked out 2.3% economic growth in 2020, likely becoming the only major economy to expand as shops and factories reopened relatively early from a shutdown to fight the coronavirus whi…
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Health: Matt Stone MediaNews Group Boston Herald - COVID
…rose after recently dropping.
Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported 52 new coronavirus deaths and 3,224 new cases, while the count of COVID-19 hospitalizations rose after recently dropping.
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Health: COVID - playbook - workforce - eligible - essential
Nevada hospitality employees are in the fast…
Nevada hospitality employees are in the fast lane to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but face a long line before it’s their turn.
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South Philadelphia - Joe Biden - Philly Strong
…national day of service.
Just two days before his inauguration, Biden packed food at Philadelphia hunger relief organization Philabundance as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day national day of service.
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Health: not right - inequalities - drugmakers - COVID
GENEVA — The World Health Organization chief on Monday lambasted drugmakers’ profits and vaccine inequalities,…
GENEVA — The World Health Organization chief on Monday lambasted drugmakers’ profits and vaccine inequalities, saying it’s “not right” that younger, healthier adults in weal…
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Health: Pacific Northwest - International Airport - pandemic
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on…
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: world-leading - Donald Trump - pandemic - York City
Experts blame the Trump administration's pandemic response for the United States' world-leading death toll. \
Experts blame the Trump administration's pandemic response for the United States' world-leading death toll. \
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Health: post-holiday - seven-day - doses
Monday's seven-day case average is declining again from a post-holiday rise, but it's still nearly triple the average…
Monday's seven-day case average is declining again from a post-holiday rise, but it's still nearly triple the average on Sept. 1, before the autumn surge began.
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Health: two-thirds - crary - pushes
Coronavirus deaths are rising in nearly two-…
Coronavirus deaths are rising in nearly two-thirds of American states as a winter surge pushes the overall toll toward 400,000
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Health: West Sulawesi - Mamuju - Karmini - niniek
…work Monday to find those buried in the rubble.
MAMUJU, Indonesia — Aid was reaching the thousands of people left homeless and struggling after an earthquake that killed at least 81 people on an Indonesian island where rescuers intensified their work Monday to find those buried in the rubble.
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Health: Dallas County - Fair Park - counties - region
Vaccine supplies are still...
Mesquite residents who live in both Dallas or Kaufman counties can now register for the COVID-19 vaccine through Dallas County. Vaccine supplies are still...
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Health: impeachment - Capitol - 401 - riot
What will President Trump be remembered for? Will he be most remembered for facing a…
What will President Trump be remembered for? Will he be most remembered for facing a second impeachment following the Capitol riot, his economic successes — i.e. helping boost 401, getting…
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Health: records
…Journal The North Las Vegas Fire Department health care coordinator Fernando…
By Blake Apgar / Las Vegas Review-Journal The North Las Vegas Fire Department health care coordinator Fernando Juarez fills a syringe with the COVID-19 vaccine to administrate the department's first batch of to first responders at the North Las Vegas Fire Department, on Monday morning, Jan. 4, 2021.
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Health: Human Services - coronavirus - tracking
The latest figures bring the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Michigan to 535,534 and deaths…
The latest figures bring the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Michigan to 535,534 and deaths to 13,804\u00a0since the virus was first detected in March, according to tracking by the state Department of Health and Human Services.
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Health: Stephanie - queue
…January compared to the month before.
Online searches by Canadians seeking to skip the queue and buy the COVID-19 vaccine increased 264 per cent in January compared to the month before.
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Health: diarrhea - baffled - poisoning - nasty
…nasty bout of stomach illness is no fun.
Whether it’s called food poisoning, traveler’s diarrhea or the stomach flu, a nasty bout of stomach illness is no fun. What’s worse is when symptoms return after recovery. The issue could be recently developed irritable bowel syndrome.
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Health: Precision NanoSystems - Kevin Griffin - pandemic
Precision NanoSystems is using $18.…
Precision NanoSystems is using $18.2 million in federal funding to develop new mRNA vaccines and prepare Canada for the next pandemic
…000 coronavirus vaccinations using a Moderna vaccine (illustration) version because some people received… James GathanySeattletimes
Health: epidemiologist - vaccinations - coronavirus
…possible severe allergic reactions.
LOS ANGELES — California's state epidemiologist is urging a halt to more than 300,000 coronavirus vaccinations using a Moderna vaccine version because some people received medical treatment for possible severe allergic reactions.
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Health: 20-year-old - Valdosta - fearless - bikes
Adrian College mourns the sudden death of 20-year-old golfer…
Adrian College mourns the sudden death of 20-year-old golfer Lauren Yankee, who stopped breathing in a Valdosta, Georgia, hotel room
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Health: COVID-19 - Martin Luther King Day - South Jersey
…Inquirer photographers show you.
How did people in Philadelphia and South Jersey spend their Martin Luther King Day during the COVID-19 pandemic? Inquirer photographers show you.
Health: Paycheck Protection Program - Debt-collectors
…raising questions about why the government is giving money to groups...
WASHINGTON - Five prominent anti-vaccine organizations that have been known to spread misleading information about the coronavirus received more than $850,000 in loans from the federal Paycheck Protection Program, raising questions about why the government is giving money to groups...
Health: PM GMT - pandemic - inauguration - shifting - 17
President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration is happening amid a pandemic, security threats and…
President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration is happening amid a pandemic, security threats and tension between the shifting administrations.
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Health: General Tedros - coronavirus - pandemic - equitable
The head of the World Health Organization warned Monday that the world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure if…
The head of the World Health Organization warned Monday that the world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure if wealthier nations don't ensure the equitable distribution of vaccines to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
A new strain detected in California (archive) is said to be different from a coronavirus variant first…Seattletimes
Health: United Kingdom - The California Department
…and is a fresh worry in a hard-hit state.
A new strain detected in California is said to be different from a coronavirus variant first identified in the United Kingdom, and is a fresh worry in a hard-hit state.
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Health: Washington Times - Kolkata - administered
…following reports of deaths linked to the shots.
Norwegian health officials are warning about the possible risks of COVID-19 vaccines for frail, elderly people following reports of deaths linked to the shots.
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Finance: Instacart Inc. - Trader Joes - Alexandra Olson
…some companies are offering financial…
As vaccinations continue across the U.S., some companies are offering financial incentives to encourage their workers to get the shots.
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Health: phase-out - five-year - Scott Brown
The phase-out plan will occur over a five-year period, ending in September of 2025
The phase-out plan will occur over a five-year period, ending in September of 2025
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Health: Anthem Community - Clark County - vaccinations
…COVID-19 vaccinations have begun in Clark County and other parts of the state, with those 70 and older now eligible.
By Rhonda Prast / Las Vegas Review-Journal Sun City Anthem Community Center COVID-19 vaccinations have begun in Clark County and other parts of the state, with those 70 and older now eligible.
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Health: incoming - Karen Weintraub - Biden - chaotic
…optimistic the nation's chaotic early vaccination effort should improve under the incoming Biden administration.
USA TODAY's expert vaccine panel is optimistic the nation's chaotic early vaccination effort should improve under the incoming Biden administration.
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Health: Los Angeles County Department - examiner-coroner
That’s according to a tally Monday by Johns Hopkins University.
That’s according to a tally Monday by Johns Hopkins University. The grim milestone wasn’t entirely unexpected in a state with 40 million residents but its speed was stunning.
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Health: Washington Post - United Kingdom - United States
The highly contagious variant of the coronavirus first seen in the United Kingdom…
The highly contagious variant of the coronavirus first seen in the United Kingdom will become the dominant strain in the United States within about two months
Hospitals (archive) across the country are stretched to the brink with COVID-19 patients, medical staff… Sura NualpradidSeattletimes
Health: COVID - reckoning - bedside - stretched - brink
…medical staff are at their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring....
LONDON — The moment of reckoning British officials have warned about for months has arrived. Hospitals across the country are stretched to the brink with COVID-19 patients, medical staff are at their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring....
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Health: Medical Examiner-Coroner Office - COVID - assisting
LOS ANGELES — California is closing in on 3 million coronavirus cases as the state tries to smooth the rocky rollout of…
LOS ANGELES — California is closing in on 3 million coronavirus cases as the state tries to smooth the rocky rollout of vaccines during a continuing spike in COVID-19 deaths.
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Health: Snyder - Inquirer - accessible - halls - incentives
Colleges likely will weigh how best to encourage vaccination and make it accessible; whether to require it for certain…
Colleges likely will weigh how best to encourage vaccination and make it accessible; whether to require it for certain groups of students, such as athletes or those who live in residence halls or study abroad; and whether monetary or other incentives could help
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Health: Stuart Cahill MediaNews Group Boston Herald - EBNHC
…state health officials announced on Sunday.
The first case of the more infectious coronavirus variant has been confirmed in Massachusetts, state health officials announced on Sunday.
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Health: mid-February - Rochelle Walensky - United States
…Walensky, a grim milestone experts say was avoidable.
Coronavirus deaths in the United States are expected to hit 500,000 by mid-February as projected by incoming CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, a grim milestone experts say was avoidable.
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Health: NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan - long-term
Here's why and what employers are trying to change their minds.
Some staff in hospitals and long-term care facilities don’t want to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's why and what employers are trying to change their minds.
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Health: Philly Fights COVID - vaccinations - Langjahr
Philadelphia is making vaccine accessible to people with high risk conditions,…
Philadelphia is making vaccine accessible to people with high risk conditions, but those with some serious conditions are angry they weren't on the list.
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Health: notched - grapple - taipei - wave
…as other major nations grapple with a winter virus wave.
The country notched 6.5 percent growth in final three months of 2020, and 2.3 percent for last year overall, as other major nations grapple with a winter virus wave.
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Health: coronavirus - pandemic - viewing
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers of the annual Bald Eagle…
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers of the annual Bald Eagle Days celebrations are offering a virtual viewing and learning experience in 2021.
…revelations that the federal government doesn’t have a stockpile of vaccines (illustration) for use in second… blackstockSeattletimes
Health: Anthony Fauci - revelations - vaccinating - doses
Fauci also chalked up surprising revelations that the federal…
Fauci also chalked up surprising revelations that the federal government doesn’t have a stockpile of vaccines for use in second doses to a “misunderstanding.”
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Health: President Andrés Manuel Lpez Obrador - coronavirus
Mexican President Andrés Manuel Lpez Obrador says his government has agreed with a U.N. proposal to delay shipments of…
Mexican President Andrés Manuel Lpez Obrador says his government has agreed with a U.N. proposal to delay shipments of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to countries like Mexico that had exiting purchase agreements, in order to get more doses to poorer countries
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Health: Washington Post - out-of-town - John McDonnell
…town visitors are occupied by National…
Hotels that normally house out-of-town visitors are occupied by National Guard troops deployed to the region.
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assumed - tested
…let down their guard. Now I know better.
I always assumed people who tested positive had failed and let down their guard. Now I know better.
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Health: pandemic - celebrates - parades - pause
…are on pause this year amid the pandemic,…
The marches, parades and speeches that typically mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day are on pause this year amid the pandemic, but a series of virtual celebrations planned by museums, colleges and othe…
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Health: Kim Jong - Pyongyang - volatile
The situation in the North has never been so volatile.
The situation in the North has never been so volatile.
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Environmental Information - National Centers
The nation is about to get a new set of climate normals, but in weather, normal is decidedly abnormal.
The nation is about to get a new set of climate normals, but in weather, normal is decidedly abnormal.
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Health: The Supremes - 15-year-olds - superstardom
…called The Primettes — was signed to Berry Gordy Jr.’s Motown Records in 1961, setting it on a path to superstardom.
The group — then a quartet of 15-year-olds from Detroit called The Primettes — was signed to Berry Gordy Jr.’s Motown Records in 1961, setting it on a path to superstardom.
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Finance: Laura Dhillon Kane - long-term - Canadian Press
Older people with dementia in long-term care are not prisoners.
“It’s also quite inhumane to be locking people up in their rooms. Older people with dementia in long-term care are not prisoners.
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Health: Park County Health Departments - Moderna COVID-19
As vaccine distribution stalls, non-clinical volunteers are desperately needed — and their reward is a shot in the arm
As vaccine distribution stalls, non-clinical volunteers are desperately needed — and their reward is a shot in the arm
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Health: Juan Rico - irrigated - Hermleigh - culls
Labor advocates point to resistance from officials and other difficulties in getting food and farm workers to be prioritized.
Labor advocates point to resistance from officials and other difficulties in getting food and farm workers to be prioritized.
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Politics: Candice McDaniel - Disease Control - review-journal
The bureaucracy and COVID vaccines.
The bureaucracy and COVID vaccines.
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tame - inauguration - 17
Tame and seasonable conditions continue for the start of inauguration week.
Tame and seasonable conditions continue for the start of inauguration week.
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Health: subtitles - streaming - Vudu - In German
“My Little Sister” Not Rated. In German and French with subtitles. On Amazon, Vudu, Direct TV and…
“My Little Sister” Not Rated. In German and French with subtitles. On Amazon, Vudu, Direct TV and other streaming platforms Grade: A- Switzerland’s entry into the Oscar race, the powerful, en…
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Health: Florida Department - DeSantis - connect
Some media coverage suggests those with the resources and connections can get a shot, while everyone else must wait.
Some media coverage suggests those with the resources and connections can get a shot, while everyone else must wait. Is there a better way?
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Health: Ahmedabad - Prince George’s County Monday
Prince George’s County in Maryland on Monday will move to its next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plan, making the…
Prince George’s County in Maryland on Monday will move to its next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plan, making the shots available for more people.
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Health: Russ Grabb - RCMP Supt - Lori Culbert - enduring
…though, are down five to 10 per cent.
Retired RCMP Supt. Russ Grabb shares his story of enduring cancer treatment during a pandemic. Diagnoses, though, are down five to 10 per cent.
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Health: 337 - recorded - pushing
…directs people to the COVID-19 testing area at the…
By Blake Apgar / Las Vegas Review-Journal Army National Guard specialist Carlos Mota, middle, directs people to the COVID-19 testing area at the UNLV Stan Fulton Building on Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021, in Las Vegas.
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Health: pandemic - stereo - mimics - iPod - CD - Choose
Q: Like a lot of people, I haven’t been driving much during the pandemic.
Q: Like a lot of people, I haven’t been driving much during the pandemic. I couldn’t start the car one day, had it jumped, and drove right to the dealership, where they replaced the bat…
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Health: Las Vegas - miserable - appalled - molester
…Health Care System on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021 in North Las Vegas.
By Mary Hynes / Las Vegas Review-Journal A pre-loaded shot and record card as some of the first veterans locally get their COVID-19 vaccine shots at the VA Southern Nevada Health Care System on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021 in North Las Vegas.
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Health: Washington Times
could become the dominant strain circulating…
The highly contagious coronavirus variant from the U.K. could become the dominant strain circulating the United States by March, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned this week.
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Health: COVID
…when 120 people died.
The state Department of Health Services reported 128 deaths Saturday. The previous record for daily deaths was set on Dec. 22, when 120 people died.
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Health: coronavirus - reproduce - pandemic - camaraderie
BOSTON — Organizers of the Boston…
BOSTON — Organizers of the Boston Marathon — postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic — have launched a virtual Athletes’ Village to reproduce at leas…
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Happy Frog - oftentimes - nutrients - capsules
The months of January and February are the time to apply fertilizer to landscapes. When precisely this application is…
The months of January and February are the time to apply fertilizer to landscapes. When precisely this application is made depends on the growth of the plant.
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Health: United States - COVID - avril - untold - doses
…made all the more complicated by the emergence…
The answer hinges on that often-misunderstood concept of herd immunity, made all the more complicated by the emergence of two variants of the coronavirus that seem to spread more rapidly
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Health: coronavirus - Karen Weintraub - Elizabeth Weise
…origin of the coronavirus that causes the disease.
As the U.S. marks one year since its first case, questions remain about the origin of the coronavirus that causes the disease. The answers matter.