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Cars are lined up at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for coronavirus testing. Nearly 2 million people are getting tested a day in the U.S. A new analysis shows millions more are needed to protect the most vulnerable. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Vaccines Are Coming, But The U.S. Still Needs More Testing To Stop The Surge

The U.S. conducts nearly 2 million coronavirus tests daily. A new analysis shows millions more are needed to protect the most vulnerable. Use our tool to see how your state is doing.

Cars are lined up at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for coronavirus testing. Nearly 2 million people are getting tested a day in the U.S. A new analysis shows millions more are needed to protect the most vulnerable. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Is Your State Doing Enough Coronavirus Testing? Use Our Tool To Find Out

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Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw starred in Love Story — a romantic tearjerker that became the highest grossing movie of 1970. Since then, it has inspired countless ugly cries — and plenty of parodies, too. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Successful, Sentimental And Satirized, 'Love Story' Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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President Trump boards Marine One for a trip from the White House to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for COVID-19 treatment in early October. Trump received Regeneron's antibody cocktail during his illness. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Low Demand For Antibody Drugs Against COVID-19

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