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A waiter cleans a table after closing in Saint Germain-en-Laye, west of Paris on Oct. 16, to comply with new COVID-19 restrictions forcing restaurants, cinemas and theaters in the French capital to close. France imposed a nighttime curfew in Paris and other major cities to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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Marissa Tuping, a rural midwife, and Risa Calibuso, right, arrive in Nueva Vizcaya Provincial Hospital on July 21. Calibuso gave birth to her son moments later. Xyza Cruz Bacani For NPR hide caption

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Researchers Learning More About How The Coronavirus Sabotages Blood Vessels

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Stressed About The Elections? So Are Two Thirds Of Americans

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The COVID-19 Pandemic's Effect On Conditions At The U.S.-Mexico Border In Texas

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California Pastor Wants To Take Case Against COVID-19 Restrictions To Supreme Court

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Virginia High School Senior Reflects On His School Year During The Pandemic

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Midshipmen wearing face masks stand and salute before the Navy Midshipmen play against the Houston Cougars on Saturday in Annapolis, Md. Researchers have tried to estimate how many lives would be saved by universal mask-wearing. Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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A heavily redacted supply contract between the federal government and vaccine developer Moderna, headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., was released Friday. Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Rural Midwestern Communities Hit Hard As Coronavirus Surges In U.S. Again

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Employees Who Work At Multiple Nursing Homes May Have Helped Spread The Coronavirus

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