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The omicron variant's emergence and a rise in cases could exacerbate labor shortages and supply chain struggles, experts say.
Chinese experts say that the country won’t risk mistakes and has no need for a new approach.
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The proposal could see countries promise to work better together during a pandemic, but the reaction to a new variant shows how hard that may be in practice.
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A series of graphics tracking U.S. covid-19 cases, deaths and vaccination rates
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How does a luxury bus from D.C. to New York stack up against planes, trains and automobiles? By The Way finds out.
The endless brain game of assessing infection risks to ourselves and others could be here to stay.
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