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A Measles Outbreak Offers Lessons In Public Health Messaging

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Lina Castillo, who works in PeaceHealth's urgent care clinic, says she had no hesitation about getting her first or second shot of the Pfizer vaccine. Castillo's hospital PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center in Bellingham, Wash., has just started giving its health care workers their final shot, which makes the vaccine about 95 percent effective against COVID-19. Will Stone hide caption

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Injections Of Second Coronavirus Vaccine Doses Have Begun

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Inoculation Of 2nd Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine Began This Week

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Pharmacists prepare doses of a COVID-19 vaccine last week at the Life Care Center of Kirkland in Kirkland, Wash. The nursing home was an early epicenter for coronavirus outbreaks in the United States. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 Vaccine May Not Get To Long-Term Care Facilities Quickly Enough

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States Struggle To Administer Their Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccines

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December Proved To Be Deadliest Month For Residents In Long-Term Care

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The popular Seattle restaurant San Fermo allows only two people inside each of its enclosed dining igloos at a time — to reduce the risk that people from different households will dine together. Will Stone hide caption

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Yurts, Igloos And Pop-Up Domes: How Safe Is 'Outside' Restaurant Dining This Winter?

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Experts Say It's A Herculean Effort For Rural Hospitals To Roll Out Mass Vaccination

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COVID-19 Vaccines Are Arriving At Nursing Homes, Long-Term Care Facilities

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California May Need More Drastic Steps During COVID-19 Surge

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A traveler adjusts her mask while waiting to check in for her flight at the Los Angeles International Airport on Nov. 23. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Restaurants Try To Adapt During The COVID-19 Pandemic

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An empty syringe on a table at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center after a care worker received the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 16, 2020. Brian van der Brug/AP hide caption

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'This Is An Exciting Thing.' For Frontline Workers, Vaccine Comes As A Massive Relief

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Did Thanksgiving Travel Cause COVID-19 Surge? Experts Say Results Are Mixed

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White flags planted by volunteers visualize lives lost in the U.S. to COVID-19 as part of an installation by artist Suzanne Firstenberg in Washington, D.C. The death toll has now reached 300,000. Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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