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A health care worker draws a dose of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine into a syringe for an immunization event in the parking lot of the L.A. Mission on Feb. 24. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Could A Single-Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine After Illness Stretch The Supply?

People who have been sick with COVID-19 may need only one dose of the normally two-shot vaccines. If that became policy it could extend vaccine supplies, but logistical challenges are daunting.

A well-preserved chariot discovered in Pompeii has been described as an "extraordinary find" and has iron wheels, bronze and tin decorations and mineralized wood. Archaeological Park of Pompeii hide caption

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A 'Lamborghini' Of Chariots Is Discovered At Pompeii. Archaeologists Are Wowed

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Could A Single-Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine After Illness Stretch The Supply?

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In Pope Francis, Biden Has A Potential Ally — Who Shares The Same Catholic Detractors

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Norwegian Refugee Council Secretary-General Jan Egeland visiting displaced families in the Muhamasheen community in Amran, Yemen, on Sunday. Michelle Delaney/NRC hide caption

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As Yemenis Starve, Humanitarian Relief Group Pleads For International Help

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2 Determined Mothers Clash Over Integration Efforts In 'What's Mine And Yours'

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