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Pause in Vaccinations Leads to Canceled Appointments Across States

Pause in Vaccinations Leads to Canceled Appointments Across States

Pause in Vaccinations Leads to Canceled Appointments Across States Pause in Vaccinations Leads to Canceled Appointments Across States The Albany County Health Department in New York said it would provide Pfizer doses for a Johnson & Johnson clinic on Tuesday at a local university. The chief public health officer in Detroit said people who had appointments for a Johnson & …

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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Live Updates: States Pausing Doses, Blood Clotting and More

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Live Updates: States Pausing Doses, Blood Clotting and More Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Live Updates: States Pausing Doses, Blood Clotting and More Here’s what you need to know: Nearly seven million people in the United States have received Johnson & Johnson shots so far.Credit…Mary Altaffer/Associated Press Federal health agencies on Tuesday called for an immediate pause …

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Vaccine Slots Go Unused in Mississippi and Other States

Vaccine Slots Go Unused in Mississippi and Other States

Vaccine Slots Go Unused in Mississippi and Other States Vaccine Slots Go Unused in Mississippi and Other States When it comes to getting the coronavirus vaccine, Mississippi residents have an abundance of options. On Thursday, there were more than 73,000 slots to be had on the state’s scheduling website, up from 68,000 on Tuesday. In some ways, the growing glut …

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Six States Open Vaccines to All Adults on Monday

Six States Open Vaccines to All Adults on Monday

Six States Open Vaccines to All Adults on Monday Six States Open Vaccines to All Adults on Monday Chris Adams, 36, has spent the past year of the pandemic living with his grandparents in Wichita, Kan., and being “extremely strict” about social distancing. “I never went out,” he said. But starting Monday, when all adults in Kansas become eligible for …

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Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return

Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return

Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return THE PECH VALLEY, Afghanistan — A valley of wood workshops and green wheat fields, torn apart by violence during two decades of war in eastern Afghanistan, is now strangely quiet — the result of an uneasy …

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Workers at U.S. meat plants, early Covid hot spots, are now getting vaccinated in many states.

Workers at U.S. meat plants, early Covid hot spots, are now getting vaccinated in many states.

Workers at U.S. meat plants, early Covid hot spots, are now getting vaccinated in many states. Workers at U.S. meat plants, early Covid hot spots, are now getting vaccinated in many states. Employees at food processing facilities, which had some of the country’s largest known coronavirus outbreaks early in the pandemic, are now eligible for vaccines in at least 26 …

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8 Public Gardens From Across the United States

8 Public Gardens From Across the United States

8 Public Gardens From Across the United States 8 Public Gardens From Across the United States Last year, the pandemic shut the gates of many public gardens just as spring was on its way: According to a survey by the American Public Gardens Association, only about 4 percent of public gardens remained fully open as of March 30, 2020. Once …

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Massachusetts joins a growing number of states rapidly expanding vaccine eligibility, some well ahead of Biden’s May 1 deadline.

Massachusetts joins a growing number of states rapidly expanding vaccine eligibility, some well ahead of Biden’s May 1 deadline.

Massachusetts joins a growing number of states rapidly expanding vaccine eligibility, some well ahead of Biden’s May 1 deadline. Massachusetts joins a growing number of states rapidly expanding vaccine eligibility, some well ahead of Biden’s May 1 deadline. Not long ago, Covid-19 vaccines were available only to the most vulnerable Americans and some essential workers. That is quickly changing as …

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Only About 22 States Give Postal Workers Vaccine Access

Only About 22 States Give Postal Workers Vaccine Access

Only About 22 States Give Postal Workers Vaccine Access Only About 22 States Give Postal Workers Vaccine Access Beleaguered in the pandemic and thrust into the spotlight by the 2020 election, the United States Postal Service now finds itself competing for its share of the vaccine. The Postal Service has endured tumultuous months amid a significant increase in online shopping, …

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Election Year in Germany Kicks Off With Voting in Two States

Election Year in Germany Kicks Off With Voting in Two States

Election Year in Germany Kicks Off With Voting in Two States Election Year in Germany Kicks Off With Voting in Two States BERLIN — Voters in two southwestern German states are kicking off an election year on Sunday that could change the course of Europe’s largest economy after 16 years under the leadership of Chancellor Angela Merkel, who will be …

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