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A major incident was declared after tens of thousands of people defied pleas to stay away and descended in their droves on beaches in Bournemouth and other stretches of the Dorset coast.
New applications for unemployment have remained stubbornly high for months even as the number of coronavirus cases are declining
Alpes-Maritimes region, where race starts, on red alert
Prime minister: ‘France must prevent a new lockdown’
While Donald Trump is spreading false news about Corona, the USA is entering an uncertain future
White House denies Trump misled public on COVID-19
Trump ‘willingly lied’ about COVID-19, Biden says of damning recordings
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“Conspiracies are rooted in the idea that we're all being lied to by some greater authority or voice and QAnon perfectly ties into that”
How Jared Kushner let the markets decide America’s COVID-19 fate
Health agency removed the language, which had gone up on its website, saying it had posted a draft version of proposed changes in error
Bill Crews is a PR official at the National Institutes of Health.
But he also has another job: an anonymous RedState editor
who rails against the agency for which he works
US election in disarray as president and first lady
begin quarantine after aide contracts virus
The US was already setting Covid-19 records. Experts say Thanksgiving could have made things worse. “A surge super-imposed on that surge”: Fauci warns that the coronavirus pandemic may still get worse.
The biggest night in US music is being pushed back as a result of virus spread in California
Conspiracy theories and misinformation about the coronavirus vaccine are still spreading on Facebook and Instagram, more than a month after Facebook pledged it would take them down
The U.S. added another 100,000 in just one month
Biden administration will also boost supply of coronavirus vaccines sent to states by about 16% for next three weeks
Biden’s team is still trying to locate upwards of 20 million vaccine doses that have been sent to states — a mystery that has hampered plans to speed up the national vaccination effort
The country began the pandemic with a degraded public health infrastructure, leading to more deaths than other high-income countries
Where Donald Trump suggested the death toll might reach 60,000 now experts fear it could rival those lost to the 1918 flu pandemic
‘I would have no hesitancy whatsoever,’ says Fauci in taking Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine after FDA approval
“The United States will never hesitate to use force when required to defend our vital national interests"
Changes resulted in a significant undercount of the death toll attributed to long-term-care facility residents