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Demetria Bannister, 28: Kirk Franklin's 'The Storm Is Over Now'

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The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted 12-0, with one recusal, to recommend the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for people aged 18 and older. Phill Magakoe/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Israelis and Palestinians See Starkly Different Coronavirus Vaccination Numbers

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One Year Into The Pandemic, How Has COVID-19 Shaped Who We Are?

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1 Year Into The Pandemic, These Are The Moments We Realized Everything Had Changed

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People with extra weight — those that have a BMI of at least 30 — are at a greater risk of falling severely ill from COVID-19. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Obesity Specialist Says BMI Is A 'Good Measure' For Vaccine Priority Group

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Thulja Hurkchand as a young woman and with her son Hitesh. She'd tell him, "Don't worry. It's going to be okay. I'm going to be okay." Yet in the face of the pandemic, he couldn't help but worry. Family Photos hide caption

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He Hoped He Could Get His Mom A Vaccine. Then Came The Call: She Had COVID

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Seventeen-year-old Bradley Westlock receives his second COVID-19 vaccine shot. He and other teens in Sitka, Alaska, are eligible now that higher risk populations have already received the vaccination. Katherine Rose/KCAW hide caption

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Alaska Town Now Vaccinating Everyone 16 And Older

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