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    ‘Even for the Rich, It’s Hard to Access’America’s wealthiest are discovering the vaccine is one of the few things money can’t buy.
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    We May Soon Have Another COVID VaccineJohnson & Johnson, whose vaccine is highly protective against severe cases, has applied for emergency FDA authorization.
  3. public health
    How Worried Should We Be About the Coronavirus Variants?The Cut spoke with Michael Worobey, a professor of evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona who studies the evolution of flu viruses.
  4. crime
    Rich Couple Accused of Taking Vaccine Doses From Indigenous EldersThe pair chartered a private plane and flew to rural Canada, where they allegedly received doses intended for members of the White River First Nation.
  5. public health
    Time to Start Double-Masking(If you haven’t already.)
  6. public health
    Brace Yourselves, Winter Is ComingA powerful nor’easter is due to arrive tomorrow, ahead of the dark winter public-health experts have warned about.
  7. health
    The First COVID-19 Vaccines Are Going Out TodayPfizer is sending out 2.9 million doses this week.
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    The U.S. Has Recorded More Than 16 Million COVID CasesWith a coronavirus vaccine newly approved, the nation approaches 300,000 deaths.
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    The CDC Has Relaxed Its Quarantine GuidelinesPublic-health experts believe that a shorter period will improve overall compliance.
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    A Nurse Bragged About Flouting COVID-19 Guidelines on TikTokAfter boasting in a video that she doesn’t wear a mask and still travels freely, the Oregon nurse has been placed on administrative leave.
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    Are We Headed Back Into COVID Lockdown?In what could be the first of many, Chicago has issued a stay-at-home advisory to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
  12. coronavirus news
    Pfizer Says Its COVID Vaccine May Be 90 Percent EffectiveThe news is exciting, but experts warn that the findings haven’t been peer-reviewed yet.
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    The FDA Has Officially Approved the First Coronavirus TreatmentThe anti-viral drug remdesivir has passed the agency’s regulatory standards.
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    What’s Going on With School Reopenings?As many schools try to resume in-person classes, we’re seeing more and more Covid outbreaks.
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    A 28-Year-Old Teacher Has Died From CoronavirusThe recent deaths of a number of teachers have intensified fears around school reopenings.
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    No, the CDC Is Not Overcounting COVID-19 DeathsA viral statistic falsely claims that only 6 percent of reported deaths were actually caused by the virus. Here’s what it gets wrong.
  17. covid-19
    Bad News for Those of Us Who Are Loud As HellNew research shows that talking quietly could reduce virus transmission by 80 percent.
  18. covid-19
    Can You Get the Coronavirus Twice?This week, researchers confirmed the first cases of COVID-19 reinfection. Here’s what we know.
  19. burning questions
    Which Mask Is the Best Mask?A new study suggests that certain face coverings may be worse than none at all.
  20. explainer
    What We Know About Kids and the CoronavirusAnd why the question of when to reopen schools is among the most challenging of the pandemic.
  21. education
    Teachers Are Writing Their WillsFaced with the prospect of their schools reopening amid a pandemic, some educators are preparing for the worst.
  22. health
    All Your COVID-19 Questions, AnsweredSober, simple, science-backed advice for managing the risks.
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    Why Are So Many Coronavirus Patients Suffering From Delirium?Doctors report that an alarming number of coronavirus patients are experiencing confusion, and in some cases, terrifying hallucinations.
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    The Glaring Race Gap in Coronavirus DeathsNew data shows that Black and Latino people are twice as likely to die from the disease — and institutionalized racism is to blame.
  25. protests
    How to Support the Struggle Against Police BrutalityOrganizations to donate to, and other actions to take to help demand justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other victims of police violence.
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    How Long Can the Coronavirus Live on Surfaces?According to the CDC, the risk of contracting COVID-19 from touching a surface is low. Here’s everything we know about how the virus spreads.
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    Every Food and Delivery Strike Happening Over CoronavirusFrom Whole Foods to Instacart to McDonald’s.
  28. black tie
    Benefit Dinners Got Canceled. Will Nonprofits Go Hungry?Philanthropy without gala season.
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    What Does a Stay-at-Home Order Mean, Exactly?Some states are lifting the restrictions as early as this week, defying health officials’ recommendations.
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    Has Coronavirus Peaked in the U.S.?Some states appear to be past the peak, but health experts stress that social-distancing restrictions must not yet be lifted.
  31. education
    She Just Wants Her Students To Keep TalkingSamantha Elkaim knows she can’t replicate her classroom, but maybe she can still reach the kids.
  32. first person
    ‘They Separated Me From My Baby’Hospitals are keeping newborns from their parents over coronavirus fears.
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    28 Students on One Spring-Break Trip Test Positive for the CoronavirusA group of University of Texas students are self-isolating after a recent trip to Mexico.
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    102 Ways to Give Back During the Coronavirus PandemicWhere to donate masks, money, blood, medical supplies, and more.
  35. q&a
    Midwives Are Swamped With Home-Birth RequestsBut making a last-minute switch probably isn’t a good idea.
  36. coronavirus
    It’s Not Shameful to Have the CoronavirusAnd being open about it can help stop the spread.
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    With Coronavirus at Pandemic Levels, the Met Gala Is OffThe museum now says the Costume Institute’s spring show will be postponed until the fall.
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    Coronavirus Has Reached CongressTwo representatives and one senator have tested positive for COVID-19.
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    One New Jersey Family Has Suffered 4 Coronavirus FatalitiesThree more members of the family remain hospitalized after contracting the virus.
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    How to Help Feed New Yorkers During the Coronavirus PandemicThe city’s most vulnerable populations can’t necessarily go grocery shopping.
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    No Age Group Is Immune to CoronavirusA new CDC report finds that young adults are getting seriously sick too.
  42. coronavirus
    ‘We All Know That It’s Going to Get Worse’A dispatch from inside a New York City ER.
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    How to Help Animal Shelters During the Coronavirus PandemicFundraising events are canceled and fewer people are adopting. Here’s what we can do.
  44. health
    9 Ways to Work Out at HomeRecommendations from the Cut staff (and a few friends).
  45. coronavirus
    10 Ways to Help Others Amid the Coronavirus PandemicCheck in on your loved ones, donate to relief funds, and offer to help your neighbors with groceries.
  46. coronavirus
    The Pradas Have Donated Six ICUs to Milanese HospitalsAs of Monday morning, 1,809 people have died in Italy of Coronavirus.
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    I’m in the High-Risk 2 Percent. It’s Exhausting.A rare disease means I’m always ultracareful about infection contact. This is my nightmare scenario.
  48. coronavirus
    Trump Administration May Relax Nursing-Home OversightIt’s a counterintuitive move amid a pandemic that appears particularly dangerous for the elderly.
  49. coronavirus
    Maybe Don’t Try to Shake All the Hands at the Coronavirus Briefing?Trump declared a national emergency over coronavirus, then immediately violated a basic health protocol.
  50. coronavirus
    A City of BodiesThe week we started hoarding beans.
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