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U.S. coronavirus cases: Tracking deaths, confirmed cases by state

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Health officials, including the country’s top infectious disease expert, Anthony S. Fauci, have said the virus has killed more people than official death tolls indicate.
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Those 65 and older are usually more seasoned at waiting and more experienced at dealing with hardships and crises.
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I’ve treated many patients with the disease. Their ailments continue long after their initial diagnosis. We doctors don’t know why.
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As college campuses emerge as coronavirus hotspots, student journalists are meeting the moment.
Sharp science and peer pressure without a lockdown helped Japan tame the coronavirus, offering a possible model for the “pandemic era.”
Capitol Lounge survived two fires, four presidents and countless hangovers. But the pandemic ended its 26-year happy hour.
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The share of Americans who would be willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today has dropped significantly from a few months ago, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.
Their emails showed how they hectored government scientists even as the virus raged out control.
The viruses' symptoms are similar, making it hard to distinguish between them. Doctors are urging people to get the annual flu vaccine to prevent a "twindemic" this fall and winter.
The move comes after the White House coronavirus task force directed the agency last month to make changes that limited testing, sparking an outcry among medical and public health experts.
At U-Md., more than 200 students were ordered Friday to restrict their movement after several have tested positive.
Nearly two dozen students in Denton Hall have contracted the coronavirus, triggering new rules for their neighbors.
Experts say the president’s latest timeline is nearly impossible to confirm since none of the vaccines in development have been proved effective or safe.
Under the legislation, the Transportation Security Administration would have 30 days to create a pilot program for travelers to have their temperatures scanned.
A wide array of political, legal and financial headaches troubled the U.S. Postal Service in March and April, foreshadowing a summer of upheaval, nearly 10,000 pages of emails, memos and other private agency documents show.
Beijing and Moscow are gambling on a rushed rollout, with big risks but potentially valuable payoffs.
The first in-person federal jury trial in the D.C. region took place this week after months of coronavirus closures.
Officials announced targeted measures in England, France, Spain and elsewhere, and other countries appeared to be on the brink of doing the same.
Israel, Spain and France show even with strong policies, it’s hard to keep the coronavirus at bay.
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