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Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers works out in Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday. The NFL is doing daily coronavirus testing for the first two weeks of training. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images hide caption

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NFL's Top Doctor On How Football Plans To Return

Chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills defended the NFL's plans to return in September. He tells Morning Edition that the league has an extensive testing program but won't be instituting a "bubble."

In this photo provided by the Australian Defence Force, an Australian Army helicopter lands on Pikelot Island in the Federated States of Micronesia to rescue three stranded mariners who had been missing for nearly three days. HOGP/AP hide caption

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Stranded Mariners Rescued From Island In Micronesia, Thanks To 'SOS' Etched In Sand

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Rapper Christylez Bacon On His New Song About Inequality In Quarantine

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Stimulus checks are prepared on May 8, 2008, in Philadelphia. In 2020, stimulus checks again went to many Americans, this time during the pandemic's economic fallout. Some of that money went to thousands of foreign workers not eligible to receive the funds. Jeff Fusco/Getty Images hide caption

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Foreign Workers Living Overseas Mistakenly Received $1,200 U.S. Stimulus Checks

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NFL's Top Doctor On How Football Plans To Return

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