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1. in country United States and category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Media

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Can President Biden really boost vaccine production? Why are governors trying to buy directly from Pfizer? And when will supply finally exceed demand? Our reporter @katie_thomas has answers to these questions and more about the vaccine supply: https://t.co/tCXYDDXhtN

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"Moulin Rouge!" was shaping up to be a big Broadway hit, but the pandemic changed everything. In their own words, the cast and crew share what's transpired since the show went dark. https://t.co/iOezDqzZ2F

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Six relatives and friends of inmates who broke out of a California jail earlier this month by using braided bedsheets to escape have been arrested and charged with helping the men. Three of the fugitives remain at large. https://t.co/EeBiFBJ1Cz

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For more coverage of the Biden administration’s plans to address coronavirus, follow our live updates here: https://t.co/McWWIGlMIj

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We’re also tracking the vaccine rollout. So far, about 4% of people in the U.S. have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. The country’s vaccination effort is proceeding more slowly than hoped. https://t.co/q1Ia3TnIg8

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We are continuing to track cases and how many people have died in the U.S. The country surpassed 400,000 coronavirus deaths on Tuesday. Thousands more people are dying each day. https://t.co/dKap5kbl1Z

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The CDC has predicted that the variant first identified in Britain could become the dominant source of infection in the U.S. by March. To avoid it, you’ll need to double down on the precautions that have kept you safe so far. https://t.co/MFo7lYDoiH https://t.co/xPkQ2ifUdH

The CDC has predicted that the variant first identified in Britain could become the dominant source of infection in the U.S. by March. To avoid it, you’ll need to double down on the precautions that have kept you safe so far. https://t.co/MFo7lYDoiH https://t.co/xPkQ2ifUdH

Quoted @apoorva_nyc

NEW: Some new variants of the coronavirus may pose unexpected challenges to the immune system, even in those who have been vaccinated, according to two new studies, posted online Tuesday night. 1/6 https://t.co/HYEX0Km83p

Read more about what scientists are saying about the new coronavirus variants, from our health reporter @apoorva_nyc: https://t.co/22BTsFilMy

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Some coronavirus variants may pose unexpected challenges to the immune system, even in those who have been vaccinated, two new studies suggest. Experts say that preventing the emergence of new variants requires stopping the spread as soon as possible. https://t.co/QzUZbAWb8R

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A winning lottery ticket worth $731 million was sold at a convenience store in Lonaconing, Maryland, a former mining town in a county particularly hard-hit by the virus. https://t.co/PUcrVw0KJy

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Breaking News: Congress granted a waiver to let Lloyd Austin serve as defense secretary, clearing the way for confirmation of the first Black American to hold the job. https://t.co/EKE90wqap4

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Breaking News: Senator Mitch McConnell is planning to ask Democrats to delay the start of former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial until early February to allow Trump’s legal team time to prepare a defense. https://t.co/NhoI8UW07x

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President Biden’s goal of administering one million coronavirus shots a day for the next 100 days, health officials and corporate executives say, is too low and will arguably leave tens of millions of doses unused. https://t.co/w9Jw1reeAm

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There's so much confusion about how much vaccine is available, why states and cities are canceling appointments, and what's coming next. Here's my effort to sort it out. The biggest takeaway? Right now, there's just not enough for everyone. https://t.co/08De9hF6wJ

Can President Biden really boost vaccine production? Why are governors trying to buy directly from Pfizer? And when will supply finally exceed demand? Our reporter @katie_thomas has answers to these questions and more about the vaccine supply: https://t.co/sBiqATjhXl

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Demand for coronavirus vaccines is skyrocketing. The Biden administration has promised to overhaul the country’s faltering vaccine effort, but there’s only so much it can do to increase the available supply. https://t.co/VOTqIJaid0

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President Biden on Thursday signed executive orders aimed at combating Covid-19, including new requirements for masks on interstate planes, trains and buses and for international travelers to quarantine after arriving in the U.S. https://t.co/VxptrWaNJv https://t.co/RBf50Q7CjC

President Biden on Thursday signed executive orders aimed at combating Covid-19, including new requirements for masks on interstate planes, trains and buses and for international travelers to quarantine after arriving in the U.S. https://t.co/VxptrWaNJv https://t.co/RBf50Q7CjC

President Biden takes office as thousands of people in the U.S. are contracting the coronavirus — and dying from it — every day. Here's a look at the state of the outbreak now, and what Biden has said his administration plans to do about it.

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Leaders in Charlottesville, where the white supremacist actions and violence of 2017 are known as the “Summer of Hate,” say that unity requires accountability first.
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Leaders in Charlottesville, where the white supremacist actions and violence of 2017 are known as the “Summer of Hate,” say that unity requires accountability first. https://t.co/rYacCCj0oj https://t.co/dUXPq8zm2O

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Activists, religious leaders and civil rights groups who endured the events in Charlottesville and heard President Biden’s inaugural message said he should do more than unify, and he should prioritize justice that uplifts the historically marginalized. https://t.co/rYacCCj0oj https://t.co/uLRhwKERxw

Activists, religious leaders and civil rights groups who endured the events in Charlottesville and heard President Biden’s inaugural message said he should do more than unify, and he should prioritize justice that uplifts the historically marginalized. https://t.co/rYacCCj0oj https://t.co/uLRhwKERxw

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