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            With Nov. 3 just nine days away and coronavirus cases surging in many states, the new White House outbreak spotlighted the administration’s failure to contain the pandemic.
            National rules in several countries suggest a growing belief that regional restrictions might not be enough to beat back covid-19.
            Smaller, shorter gatherings are safer, but also consider waiting until next year
            Americans face agonizing decisions on gatherings as experts warn of risks from indoor events.
            Studies show that one-fourth of relatives could suffer anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorders following a patient’s stint in an ICU.
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            The abrupt change of plans show how, on a small scale, teacher reluctance can stop a school from reopening.
            Mary Jo Copeland, on choosing decency over anxiety and fear.
            Companies racing to bring the tests to the wider U.S. market must make them more accurate and easier to use before they can meet federal guidelines that would allow sales directly to consumers.
            Investigators found the unexplained illnesses in both trials appeared unconnected to the vaccines.
            It’s a poorly understood chronic illness and those affected need to hone their navigational skills. The medical profession needs to listen, too.
            Cases in the country are spiking sharply. One reason may be a long-held suspicion of doctors.
            Friday’s tally of 78,752 and counting comes as many states break their records for new infections and see surging hospitalizations.
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            So many workers are sick that critical services are faltering.
            Hospitalizations are rising so quickly many facilities in the Midwest have already become overwhelmed. And the number of deaths nationally has crested above 1,000 in recent days.
            Dorchester County is the first Maryland school system to retreat on in-person learning.
            Digital nomads don’t have many options during the pandemic, but a few nations are welcoming working travelers
            The president's unfailing optimism, over time.
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