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Ira Wallace talks about collard greens at Acorn Community Farm in Mineral, Va. "Purple is a color that develops in the winter much more strongly," Wallace says. Eze Amos for NPR hide caption

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Map showing the COVID-19 risk level in each state. Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, Census Bureau 2019 population estimates, 2020 Census (U.S. territories) hide caption

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Pro-Trump counties now have far higher COVID death rates. Misinformation is to blame

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What to know about your risk of a serious or fatal breakthrough COVID infection

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Philadelphia's Suburbs Helped Deliver Crucial Pennsylvania For Biden

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