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Coronavirus live updates: CDC group to meet Tuesday on vaccine prioritization

The United States has reported nearly 13.4 million coronavirus cases and over 266,000 fatalities since February.
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D.C. reported 371 new cases Saturday, its highest total in a single day since the start of the pandemic.
Covid-19 has decimated tourism in the neighborhood. Can its historic businesses survive?
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The 49ers are being displaced by new health restrictions imposed over the weekend by Santa Clara County.
Among the advantages: Open-book exams more closely replicate the kinds of tasks students will need to carry out in the work world — and reduce, if not eliminate, the urge to cheat.
The legislation is one of the first of its kind in the country and part of officials’ broader efforts to improve health.
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If the vaccine receives a green light, 20 million doses could be given by the end of the year.
Investors were bullish on promising vaccine news, the formal start of the White House transition and the selection of Janet Yellen to head Treasury.
The lawmakers said the goal of the studies will be to help guide future legislation and pandemic response.
From Zoom poker games to neighborhood-dad WhatsApp chains, casual chats about sports and politics have suddenly led to deep conversations about life.
In the TikTok clip, the nurse, who works for the oncology department, said she does not wear a mask, continues to travel and sets playdates for her children when she is not at work.
A surging pandemic has led many schools to close again while generating uncertainty about when others might return to in-person classes.
A growing cluster of infections linked to dance halls frequented by middle-aged women and their young dance instructors has prompted tight restrictions in the city.
A clear communications plan will help reduce reluctance to get immunized against the coronavirus.
Youth coaches and parents say some shut-down teams are traveling to counties where sports are permitted.
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At least, it should.
Rural barriers and the legacy of the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, which still complicates outreach to minority populations, pose obstacles to immunization.
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Alone in her dorm room, she told me she felt smothered by anxiety.
The Saints become the second NFL team to lose a draft choice for violations of coronavirus protocols, joining the Raiders.
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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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