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From bubonic plague to COVID-19, why the locks seem set to stay

A year after the blockade in the Chinese city of Wuhan shocked the world, the tactic proved to be a lasting tool to suppress the coronavirus almost everywhere. When the first large-scale blockade in modern times was implemented in China on January 23 at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was then considered unproven and unthinkable, especially by democratic …

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The distribution of vaccines in Alabama is the worst in the country

Return City was published by David Cher for the more prosperous Greater Birmingham and Alabama Click here to sign up for a newsletter. (Cancel at any time) Today’s guest is a columnist Frank McPhillips. When a deadly pandemic collides with exponential growth, the result is frightening. We have reached this point in Alabama and we need to speed up the …

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Every passenger on board 2 international flights to Canada informs that he is potentially exposed to COVID-19

All passengers aboard two Air Transat flights from Haiti to Montreal were potentially exposed to COVID-19, the Toronto Sun reported. Passengers sitting in “all rows” were informed by the Canadian government’s exposure tracking system that they should monitor their symptoms. The Canadian government announced on January 7 that a negative coronavirus test was required for the flight. Haiti, from where …

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Vaccine Covid-19: What you need to know when you get the picture

Those preparing to roll up their sleeves for the Covid-19 vaccine will take part in the most ambitious vaccination effort in US history. As efforts increase, here are tips from doctors involved in introducing the vaccine on how to prepare and what to expect. What does getting the first dose involve? Many people will sign up for an appointment to …

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Jae Johnson: I hope Americans will understand that the Trump presidency is a “failed experiment.”

Former Homeland Security Secretary Je Johnson said Sunday that he hoped Americans would understand that Trump’s presidency was a “failed experiment.” Johnson, who serves as Secretary of Homeland Security under former President Obama, told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS that he believes history will not remember the Trump presidency and “those who supported him kindly,” even if the Senate decides not …

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Sinovac: Confidence in Chinese vaccines has taken a hit. But as coronavirus cases increase, some countries continue to move forward

On Wednesday, it was revealed that Indonesian President Joko Vidodo received the first CoronaVac shot in the country after the government authorized it for emergency use. While on Thursday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he had received the vaccine. But the deployments come despite a growing number of questions about the effectiveness of the shot, which last week …

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The stakes are high for Biden’s opening address. Here’s what to expect.

As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take office, facing more crises than any other president in modern American history, the stakes for his inaugural address cannot be greater. A transition official said Biden was working on the speech this weekend with family members and his senior adviser, Mike Donilon, and that the address would focus on familiar topics from his …

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