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Alabama’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts ranked last in US: CDC

US HEADLINES: Alabama has fallen behind the rest of the country in vaccination efforts, averaging just 2,051 shots per every 100,000 residents. The…

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CDC: New Coronavirus Variant Could Become Dominant, Lead To More Covid-19, Deaths

News Post || Tech News The B.1.1.7 variant of the Covid-19 coronavirus, first detected in the United Kingdom (U.K.), ……

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Transcript: Rochelle Walensky discusses coronavirus on

Today News Post || Latest News The following is a transcript of an interview with nominee for CDC Director Dr.…

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How Safe Are Covid-19 Coronavirus Vaccines? Here’s The Allergic Reaction Risk

News Post || Tech News A CDC report indicated that there were 21 cases of anaphylaxis (severe allergic reactions) out…

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CDC Projects Nearly 25% Increase In U.S. Covid-19 Deaths In Next Three Weeks

News Post || Tech News Topline Up to a further 92,000 Americans are projected to die from Covid-19 in the…

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Warnings of huge new spike in US covid-19 cases as UK variant spreads

News Post || Tech News By Donna Lu and Adam Vaughan A patient in Brooklyn, New York, arrives at hospitalANGELA WEISS/AFP…

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One Person Went To Work Sick, Two Covid-19 Outbreaks, 7 Deaths Resulted

News Post || Tech News In Douglas County, Oregon, one person with Covid-19 going to work left to two outbreaks…

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Two Dead Every Minute: U.S. Covid-19 Cases Surge In 2021

News Post || Tech News Topline In the first week of 2021, roughly two people died from Covid-19 in the…

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Pandemic boosts demand for backyard poultry flocks

US HEADLINES: The coronavirus pandemic is propelling one new American pastime to new heights, with more people forced to hunker…

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Can Dogs, Cats, Pets Get And Spread Covid-19 Coronavirus?

News Post || Tech News Studies have shown that certain animals may be more susceptible to SARS-CoV2 than others. (Photo…

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