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Governor to sign fast-tracked $225M for health care workers

Governor to sign fast-tracked $225M for health care workers

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WHO reports highest weekly COVID cases, healthcare workers face mandate deadlines, and more virus news

5 hours ago   |   Arizona Daily Star   |   2 articles

The World Health Organization said there were 21 million new coronavirus cases reported globally last week, and health care workers in about half the states face a Thursday...
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COVID-19 surge impacting mental health, mental health counselor says

COVID-19 surge impacting mental health, mental health counselor says

5 hours ago   |   WYFF

The South Carolina Department of Mental Health said it's received more calls in past 2 months
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Los Angeles to Ban New Oil and Gas Wells, Phase Out Existing Ones Over Health Concerns

5 hours ago   |   Newsweek

An opponent of the move says the policy "makes us more dependent on imported foreign oil from Saudi Arabia and Iraq."
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Hospitalizations vs. Case Counts: What Covid-19 numbers matter most?

Hospitalizations vs. Case Counts: What Covid-19 numbers matter most?

5 hours ago   |   KETV

A new digital tool allows you to report at-home test results to Douglas County Health Department.
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Moderna Booster May Wane After 6 Months, Company Says

5 hours ago   |   Time

Moderna reported today the first data on how well its currently authorized vaccine and booster hold up against the Omicron variant , which quickly dominated new infections...
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Virus Outbreak Germany

Virus Outbreak Germany

5 hours ago   |   Arizona Daily Star   |   2 articles

German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach attends a debate about a vaccination mandate at the parliament Bundestag in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022.
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Disgusting conditions in Queens criminal court lockup bring state, OSHA complaints

5 hours ago   |   NY Daily News

Rats scurry in the kitchen, roaches crawl in the locker room, and flies hover over hopelessly backed-up toilets, say filings with the state Public Employees Safety and Health...
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Fayetteville testing site closes down due to shortage of test kits

Fayetteville testing site closes down due to shortage of test kits

6 hours ago   |   WRAL

Cape Fear Valley Health System in Fayetteville has shut down a major COVID-19 test site because of a lack of testing supplies.
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County health department hands out rapid test kits at Forest Hill VEIP

6 hours ago   |   Baltimore Sun

1,700 test kits were gone in two hours.
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2 puppies rescued from home in Alexandria

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