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Hospitals Struggle To Steer Clear Of Counterfeit Masks

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Restrictions on public gatherings and indoor dining, as well as improved rates of mask-wearing and social distancing helped bring down the rate of new coronavirus infections in the U.S. Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images hide caption

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A Conversation With An Arizona Family Coping With 3 COVID-19 Losses

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Health Experts Examine Reasons For Drop In COVID-19 Cases

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How Seattle Is Attempting To Ensure Racial Equity In Access To COVID-19 Vaccines

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Long lines and computer isues are making it more difficult for some people to get the vaccine. These Floridians hope to snag one of 800 doses available at a vaccine site in Fort Myers. Octavio Jones/Getty Images hide caption

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Sick patients were isolated in converted warehouses during the 1918-19 global influenza pandemic, which killed an estimated 50 million worldwide. Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group via Getty hide caption

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The U.S. 'Battles' Coronavirus, But Is It Fair To Compare Pandemic To A War?

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Seniors Are Among The 1st To Get Vaccines But The Process Has Glitches

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COVID-19 Deaths Draw Comparisons To Other Tragic Death Tolls

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Washington State Partners With Starbucks, Microsoft, Costco On Vaccine Efforts

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It's Been A Year Since 1st Coronavirus Case Was Reported In U.S.

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Mary Estime-Irvin, a councilwoman in North Miami, Fla., writes the name of a friend lost to COVID-19 on a symbolic tombstone that is part of a pandemic memorial at Griffing Park in North Miami in October. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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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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