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U.S. Near 500,000 Deaths From The Coronavirus Pandemic

U.S. Near 500,000 Deaths From The Coronavirus Pandemic

U.S. Near 500,000 Deaths From The Coronavirus Pandemic The U.S. is about to cross another grim milestone: nearly a half million people have died from COVID-19. New cases continue to decline, but there is an urgency to pick up the pace of vaccinations.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe U.S. is about to cross another grim milestone: nearly a half million people have died from COVID-19. New cases continue to decline, but there is an urgency to pick up the pace of vaccinations.NPR thanks our sponsors

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U.S. Continues To Accelerate Vaccination Strategy

U.S. Continues To Accelerate Vaccination Strategy

U.S. Continues To Accelerate Vaccination Strategy Municipalities scramble to address 2nd dose challenges, more pregnant women getting vaccinated, and other COVID-19 updates.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsMunicipalities scramble to address 2nd dose challenges, more pregnant women getting vaccinated, and other COVID-19 updates.NOEL KING, HOST:State and local officials are deciding how to respond to some good news on the coronavirus. If you look at a chart of the number of COVID cases diagnosed every day in this country, you see a line that started rising sharply in November of...

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Pace Of Vaccinations Speeds Up, But There Are Other Challenges

Pace Of Vaccinations Speeds Up, But There Are Other Challenges

Pace Of Vaccinations Speeds Up, But There Are Other Challenges Over 41 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been distributed in the U.S. Scientists say the pace must accelerate to help fight the more contagious variants that make vaccines less effective.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsOver 41 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been distributed in the U.S. Scientists say the pace must accelerate to help fight the more contagious variants that make vaccines less effective.RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:More than 41 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the...

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Amid COVID-19 Variants, There Is An Increased Urgency For Vaccinations

Amid COVID-19 Variants, There Is An Increased Urgency For Vaccinations

Amid COVID-19 Variants, There Is An Increased Urgency For Vaccinations How cautious should those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine be? And as more contagious strains gain a foothold, experts say it's important to maintain vigilance even as cases continue to decline.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsHow cautious should those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine be? And as more contagious strains gain a foothold, experts say it's important to maintain vigilance even as cases continue to decline.NOEL KING, HOST:The good news about the coronavirus vaccine - 25 million...

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There Are Signs Of Progress In The Battle Against COVID-19

There Are Signs Of Progress In The Battle Against COVID-19

There Are Signs Of Progress In The Battle Against COVID-19 New COVID-19 cases are declining significantly. And amid widespread optimism that the vaccines can help end the pandemic, states scramble to get the shots into more arms, after a very bumpy start.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsNew COVID-19 cases are declining significantly. And amid widespread optimism that the vaccines can help end the pandemic, states scramble to get the shots into more arms, after a very bumpy start.RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:There are still more than 3,000 people dying from coronavirus every day here in...

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Looking Back On The Pandemic's Start And Forward To When It May End

Looking Back On The Pandemic's Start And Forward To When It May End

Looking Back On The Pandemic's Start And Forward To When It May End On Tuesday, it will be a year since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the U.S. Now there are almost 24 million cases and nearly 400,000 people are dead.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsOn Tuesday, it will be a year since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the U.S. Now there are almost 24 million cases and nearly 400,000 people are dead.NPR thanks our sponsors

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COVID-19 Cases Continue To Surge, Take Toll On Health Care Workers

COVID-19 Cases Continue To Surge, Take Toll On Health Care Workers

COVID-19 Cases Continue To Surge, Take Toll On Health Care Workers As the pandemic rages on, the U.S. faces a dual challenge. To speed up delivery of vaccines to those who are waiting. And to convince people who are hesitant about the importance of being vaccinated.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsAs the pandemic rages on, the U.S. faces a dual challenge. To speed up delivery of vaccines to those who are waiting. And to convince people who are hesitant about the importance of being vaccinated.NPR thanks our sponsors

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It's A New Year, But The Coronavirus Pandemic Rages On

It's A New Year, But The Coronavirus Pandemic Rages On

It's A New Year, But The Coronavirus Pandemic Rages On There's concern of a post holiday COVID-19 surge in cases and deaths. Plus the vaccination program is off to a slow start, and the new more contagious variant is spreading across the U.S.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThere's concern of a post holiday COVID-19 surge in cases and deaths. Plus the vaccination program is off to a slow start, and the new more contagious variant is spreading across the U.S.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:On this first Monday of 2021, we have news of vaccine distribution. It is not proceeding nearly as...

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New COVID-19 Strain, Moderna Vaccine, CDC Vaccination Guidelines

New COVID-19 Strain, Moderna Vaccine, CDC Vaccination Guidelines

New COVID-19 Strain, Moderna Vaccine, CDC Vaccination Guidelines A new coronavirus strain in the U.K. has the world on alert. In the U.S., shipments of the second COVID-19 vaccine are arriving as the CDC issues guidance on who is next in line for shots.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsA new coronavirus strain in the U.K. has the world on alert. In the U.S., shipments of the second COVID-19 vaccine are arriving as the CDC issues guidance on who is next in line for shots.NOEL KING, HOST:There's mixed news on the coronavirus this morning. There's a new strain of the virus in the...

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With Limited Supply, Who Gets The Vaccine First?

With Limited Supply, Who Gets The Vaccine First?

With Limited Supply, Who Gets The Vaccine First? Millions of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are arriving at distribution centers across the country. The initial batch of doses will be limited.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsMillions of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are arriving at distribution centers across the country. The initial batch of doses will be limited.MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:Getting the first vaccines to distribution sites is just the start of a massive undertaking, trying to get millions of shots into people's arms as quickly as possible. The first batch is limited,...

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Vaccine Arrivals Are Expected To Be A Turning Point In COVID-19 Battle

Vaccine Arrivals Are Expected To Be A Turning Point In COVID-19 Battle

Vaccine Arrivals Are Expected To Be A Turning Point In COVID-19 Battle The COVID-19 vaccine is on its way. What do medical directors and state officials say about their plans? None of them expect to get all the doses they need, so how do they decide who gets it first?Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe COVID-19 vaccine is on its way. What do medical directors and state officials say about their plans? None of them expect to get all the doses they need, so how do they decide who gets it first?NPR thanks our sponsors

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Vaccine Approval Front Offers Hope As Coronavirus Cases Surge

Vaccine Approval Front Offers Hope As Coronavirus Cases Surge

Vaccine Approval Front Offers Hope As Coronavirus Cases Surge The FDA will consider Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday. Officials could grant approval for its emergency use immediately, and the first doses could be given later this month.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe FDA will consider Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday. Officials could grant approval for its emergency use immediately, and the first doses could be given later this month.NOEL KING, HOST:President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, has tested positive for the coronavirus. Giuliani, of course,...

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As COVID-19 Cases Rise, Warnings Increase Against Holiday Gatherings

As COVID-19 Cases Rise, Warnings Increase Against Holiday Gatherings

As COVID-19 Cases Rise, Warnings Increase Against Holiday Gatherings As cases surge, the FDA has approved two new antibody treatments that have shown promise in high-risk patients. Experts worry about Thanksgiving turning into a super-spreader holiday.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsAs cases surge, the FDA has approved two new antibody treatments that have shown promise in high-risk patients. Experts worry about Thanksgiving turning into a super-spreader holiday.DAVID GREENE, HOST:It has taken just six days - six days - for the United States to add a million new COVID cases....

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As COVID-19 Cases Surpass Records, Cautions Against Holiday Gatherings

As COVID-19 Cases Surpass Records, Cautions Against Holiday Gatherings

As COVID-19 Cases Surpass Records, Cautions Against Holiday Gatherings More than 11 million confirmed coronavirus cases have been recorded in the United States. The staggering milestone was reached only six days after the U.S. hit 10 million cases.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsMore than 11 million confirmed coronavirus cases have been recorded in the United States. The staggering milestone was reached only six days after the U.S. hit 10 million cases.NPR thanks our sponsors

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President-Elect Biden Has A Plan To Combat COVID-19. Here's What's In It

President-Elect Biden Has A Plan To Combat COVID-19. Here's What's In It

A New President To Bring A New Plan To Combat COVID-19 : Shots - Health News Coronavirus cases are surging around the country. How will Joe Biden manage the pandemic differently, once he takes office in January? Expect a more centralized U.S. response plan, his team says.As coronavirus cases surge around the country, President-elect Joe Biden says voters have given him a mandate to take action. "Daily cases are skyrocketing," Biden said during remarks Friday evening in Wilmington, Del., as the nation waited for the election to be called. "I want everyone — everyone — to know on Day 1, we're...

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COVID-19 Spreads As People Pass It Along To Someone They Live With

COVID-19 Spreads As People Pass It Along To Someone They Live With

COVID-19 Spreads As People Pass It Along To Someone They Live With In the United States, coronavirus infections, hospitalizations and deaths are rising. New restrictions are being put in place to try to slow the spread of the virus.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsIn the United States, coronavirus infections, hospitalizations and deaths are rising. New restrictions are being put in place to try to slow the spread of the virus.DAVID GREENE, HOST:Coronavirus infections are at an all-time high. The United States documented nearly 100,000 new cases in one day over the weekend. And...

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U.S. COVID-19 Cases Surge, Pence Aides Test Positive For Virus

U.S. COVID-19 Cases Surge, Pence Aides Test Positive For Virus

U.S. COVID-19 Cases Surge, Pence Aides Test Positive For Virus Many states have had record high coronavirus cases in recent days. Vice President Pence plans to keep up his travel schedule despite his chief of staff and others testing positive for COVID-19.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsMany states have had record high coronavirus cases in recent days. Vice President Pence plans to keep up his travel schedule despite his chief of staff and others testing positive for COVID-19.RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:It's hard to measure a second wave of the coronavirus when we never really got out...

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COVID-19 Cases Are Increasing In At Least 30 States

COVID-19 Cases Are Increasing In At Least 30 States

COVID-19 Cases Are Increasing In At Least 30 States Coronavirus infection rates are higher than they've been since the middle of the summer, and hospitalizations are up too. As the virus surges, many are wondering: Is it safe to vote in person?Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsCoronavirus infection rates are higher than they've been since the middle of the summer, and hospitalizations are up too. As the virus surges, many are wondering: Is it safe to vote in person?NPR thanks our sponsors

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Trump Back On Campaign Trail After Coronavirus Diagnosis

Trump Back On Campaign Trail After Coronavirus Diagnosis

Trump Back On Campaign Trail After Coronavirus Diagnosis President Trump was diagnosed with the coronavirus 12 days ago. On Friday, he'll hold a rally in Florida, after physicians announced over the weekend he was no longer a transmission risk to others.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsPresident Trump was diagnosed with the coronavirus 12 days ago. On Friday, he'll hold a rally in Florida, after physicians announced over the weekend he was no longer a transmission risk to others.NPR thanks our sponsors

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Doctors Say Trump's Condition Is Improving, May Be Released Soon

Doctors Say Trump's Condition Is Improving, May Be Released Soon

Doctors Say Trump's Condition Is Improving, May Be Released Soon An update on President Trump's medical condition. Plus, what experimental treatment has he received and has he infected others? Doctors say Trump is improving, and he may be sent home on Monday.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsAn update on President Trump's medical condition. Plus, what experimental treatment has he received and has he infected others? Doctors say Trump is improving, and he may be sent home on Monday.NPR thanks our sponsors

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Pandemic Takes Its Toll As Deaths Around The World Near 1 Million Mark

Pandemic Takes Its Toll As Deaths Around The World Near 1 Million Mark

Pandemic Takes Its Toll As Deaths Around The World Near 1 Million Mark The coronavirus continues to impact the health of people and economies worldwide. As the U.S. death toll rises, there are concerns that the White House is meddling in the vaccine approval process.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe coronavirus continues to impact the health of people and economies worldwide. As the U.S. death toll rises, there are concerns that the White House is meddling in the vaccine approval process.NPR thanks our sponsors

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Pandemic Continues Its Toll: Nearly 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths

Pandemic Continues Its Toll: Nearly 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths

Pandemic Continues Its Toll: Nearly 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths Six months ago, the coronavirus was spreading fast, and there was a lot we didn't know. Now almost 200,000 people have died of COVID-19 in the United States so far — ahead of cold and flu season.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsSix months ago, the coronavirus was spreading fast, and there was a lot we didn't know. Now almost 200,000 people have died of COVID-19 in the United States so far — ahead of cold and flu season.NPR thanks our sponsors

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A COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Only 50% Effective. Is That Good Enough?

A COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Only 50% Effective. Is That Good Enough?

Why A COVID-19 Vaccine That's Only 50% Effective Could Still Help Stop The Pandemic : Shots - Health News Scientists are racing to develop a vaccine that proves "safe and effective." It may not prevent infection in everyone who gets it, but it still may eventually stop the pandemic. Here's how.As we get closer to a COVID-19 vaccine, it's exciting to imagine a day when the virus is gone. But a vaccine will not be a magic bullet. In fact, it may be only about 50% effective. Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief of the National Institute of Health and Infectious Disease, has when discussing the importance...

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Coronavirus 101: What You Need To Know To Prepare And Prevent

Coronavirus 101: What You Need To Know To Prepare And Prevent

As the coronavirus spreads around the globe, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. "I told my children that while I didn't think that they were at risk right now, we, as a family, need to be preparing for significant disruption of our lives," says Dr. Nancy Messonnier of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Currently, if you live in the U.S. the risk of getting the virus remains very low, but public health officials say there will likely be outbreaks in the United States. So this is a good time to review your emergency game plan. Here's what you...

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