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Brothers Chase Miller (left), 10, and Carson Miller, 11, in November 2021. The two brothers have a rare genetic disorder and are immunocompromised. Their family has to practice extreme caution to prevent coronavirus exposures. Danny Miller hide caption

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There's one population that gets overlooked by an 'everyone will get COVID' mentality

The roughly 7 million Americans who are immunocompromised — including many people with disabilities — live with much higher risk of COVID-19, and near-constant vigilance.

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Denise Freeman (center), a former Lincoln County Board of Education member and community activist, calls a plan to consolidate polling places in the rural Georgia county "unconscionable." Stephen Fowler/Georgia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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A Georgia county set off a tense debate by planning to reduce polling sites

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Brothers Chase Miller (left), 10, and Carson Miller, 11, in November 2021. The two brothers have a rare genetic disorder and are immunocompromised. Their family has to practice extreme caution to prevent coronavirus exposures. Danny Miller hide caption

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There's one population that gets overlooked by an 'everyone will get COVID' mentality

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell listens during his renomination hearing with the Senate Banking Committee on Jan. 11. The Fed is planning to become more aggressive in fighting inflation. Graeme Jennings/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Game time: The Fed unveils a tougher plan to fight stubbornly high inflation

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