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The number of viruses in the United States is declining, but the race against new strains is heating up

Mortality and coronavirus deaths per day in the United States have dropped significantly over the past few weeks, but remain at alarmingly high levels, and efforts to eliminate COVID-19 are becoming an increasingly urgent race between the vaccine and the mutating virus. Government expert on infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci said the improvement in numbers in the country seemed to …

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Shares of Tesla Inc. outperform the market on a strong trading day

Shares of Tesla Inc. TSLA, + 4.03% rose 4.03% to $ 880.80 on Monday, which turned out to be a universal mixed trading session for the stock market, with the NASDAQ Composite Index COMP, + 0.69% increasing by 0.69% to 13,635.99 and the average DJIA of Dow Jones Industrial, -0.12% falling by 0.12% to 30,960.00. This was the second consecutive …

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Boeing and Lockheed Martin reveal what could be the replacement of the army’s UH-60 Black Hawk

As its name suggests, FLRAA’s main mission will be long-range airmobile attacks, carrying both troops and cargo inside and out, hooked from below. The concept art that Lockheed Martin and Boeing released on the Defiant X is exemplified by helicopters carrying cargo containers and 155 mm M777 towed howitzers. “One of the key words here is flexibility,” said Heather McBrian, …

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Triangle Hospitals, Districts Receive Fewer Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine as NC Rethinks How to Get the Most Photos to Eligible :: WRAL.com

By Sarah Krueger, WRAL Durham reporter Chapel Hill, NC – In central North Carolina, professionals talking about major hospital systems expressed disappointment Monday with the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. “We didn’t get as many doses as we’d like this week,” said Chris Tart, vice president of professional services at Cape Fer Valley Health. Tart said his organization requested 10,000 …

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