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The US has entered a new phase in its vaccination campaign in which supply often outstrips demand. The average number of people getting a first or single dose each day has fallen by about 50 percent from the peak on April 13. Full story with @amyswalk: https://t.co/noH2UTSbS8
Our virus trackers have been a popular and indispensable daily resource for our readers. They have undergone numerous changes and been published more than 1,000 times over the past 13 months. Now, we’re rolling out the biggest redesign yet — here’s why. https://t.co/07od8XhZXV
The US has been relaxing restrictions on indoor dining, but the number of states allowing restaurant workers to get a COVID vaccine has been slow to rise. Just about a third have made the workers eligible. https://t.co/T8MsAYwEjb @LaneyPope @johnyoooon @amyswalk @jasmineclee
At least 34 states (plus DC) allow some teachers to get a shot of the COVID vaccine. At least 19 (plus DC) have made some grocery workers eligible. The @nytimes has been tracking the ever-changing rules in every state on a daily basis. Look up your state: https://t.co/01gDgOLYvX https://t.co/GKgtPVwEmr
Are you wondering if you or a loved one is eligible for a COVID vaccine? The @nytimes has been tracking the ever-changing rules in all 50 states and updates this tool daily. It is free and not behind the paywall. You can look up rules in your state, here: https://t.co/01gDgOLYvX https://t.co/4XfgcSQSVF
The list is expected to include Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Mike Braun (R-IN) and incoming senators Bill Hagerty (TN), Tommy Tuberville (AL) and Cynthia Lummis (WY). The incoming senators all shared the ballot with @realDonaldTrump. https://t.co/qUtoWzudl7
Source confirms this list and says it will include nearly a dozen Republican senators joining Hawley in rejecting the results. They're seeking an independent commission on voter fraud, per the source. https://t.co/5gwbmBTJxw
The @nytimes surveyed all 50 states and some federal agencies and tallied more than 1.1 million people who have been given a shot of the Covid-19 vaccine. You can look up how many people in your state have received one dose, here: https://t.co/01gDgOLYvX
Many, many things have to go right before the coronavirus vaccine rolls out across the country. Here's our guide to the process and the challenges ahead, with lovely illustrations and motion magic by @yparshina and @blueshirt. https://t.co/393elvh2em
📣 We need your help. This is the post we hoped to never write, but today marks a huge turning point in The Strand's history. Our revenue has dropped nearly 70% compared to last year, and the loans and cash reserves that have kept us afloat these past months are depleted. https://t.co/mI074pigZu
With the latest update of the @nytimes tracker of Covid-19 cases on U.S. college and university campuses, we’re also publishing the raw data on Github for researchers and policymakers to use for free. https://t.co/WbWYuLh3no
Our data is now available on GitHub! Cases at universities across the country have continuously risen since the start of the fall semester. Check out our recent update of the college tracker👇🏼 https://t.co/pWaWSDOtsK
NEWS: The head of White House security office, Crede Bailey, is gravely ill with coronavirus and has been hospitalized since late September, I'm told. Security office handles credentialing for access to WH; works closely with Secret Service on security measures on the compound.