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Covid-19 live updates: CDC director urges parents to vaccinate children
India reported just over 329,000 new infections, which is a decrease from previous days but could mean the surge is moving to less-monitored regions.
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Virginia officials push for school vaccine clinics for young teens as Pfizer authorization nears
With a green light expected Wednesday, the region is preparing to vaccinate 12-to-15-year-olds.
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Rand Paul and the GOP effort to blame Fauci for the coronavirus
The unsubstantiated theories about the infectious-disease expert take things to another level.
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