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Live updates: More than 85,700 coronavirus patients hospitalized nationwide, shattering records (again)

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While some of the hardest-hit states are beginning to report fewer new infections, Thanksgiving travel and gatherings could reverse that positive trend.
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Other recent studies have also pointed to vaccine hesitancy in communities of color, but Monday’s survey delved deeper into the reasons, polling respondents on a spectrum of questions to get at the roots of their distrust.
The coronavirus vaccine will likely be cheaper and easier to store than the others being developed.
Health officials are discouraging travel during what is usually one of the busiest periods of the year.
Buoyed by promising results from major clinical trials of three coronavirus vaccines, public health officials are preparing for the daunting task ahead of delivering those shots to tens of millions of Americans.
“The standard to cancel a game was not met," said Swinney, after FSU officials called for a postponement hours before kickoff.
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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced targeted enforcement of coronavirus restrictions in bars and restaurants this week.
Trump’s food box program granted contracts to middlemen and firms with no food industry connections, Rep. James E. Clyburn writes in letter to company.
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Money would go into Americans’ pockets just when the U.S. economy can begin fully reopening with a vaccinated population.
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The U.S. government plans a phased roll-out of the coronavirus vaccines.
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Washington's Apple Cup rivalry game with Washington State has been called off. Sadly, an intriguing matchup with BYU might not work.
More than 3 million people traveled in the past three days, despite CDC guidance to stay home for Thanksgiving.
Depression and anxiety in America have become rampant. One in 4 young adults have struggled with suicidal thoughts since the coronavirus hit, CDC says.
Surging demand for cargo flights during the pandemic has left pilots worn out and at risk of exposure to the virus.
One family in Texas gathered for an impromptu and belated birthday lunch. Less than a week later, 15 family members had tested positive for the coronavirus. Now, the family is publicly sharing their story in a video campaign hoping to deter those who still plan to gather for the holidays.
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In Venice, hopes for another rebirth after the coronavirus outbreak
In April 2020, The Post spoke to shop owners and residents of Venice hoping to bounce back after 2019’s historic flooding. But then came the pandemic.
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