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When the COVID-19 pandemic reached Texas last spring, administrators in the state’s 1,200 nursing homes scrambled to keep up with daily changes to state and federal guidelines on how to keep the virus from invading their facilities, while staffers donned full protective gear to keep from spr…

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A top official from the World Health Organization says Europe has surpassed 1 million deaths from COVID-19 and the situation remains "serious," with about 1.6 million new cases reported each week in the region.

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School nurses at Salado High School are preparing to see dozens of students come in Friday — not because they are sick but rather because they want to stay healthy.

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State health officials asked Texas vaccine providers to pause their use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine early Tuesday after U.S. health officials recommended that states temporarily stop distributing the vaccine “out of an abundance of caution.”

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The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday that Michigan should "close things down" to help address the country's worst coronavirus outbreak, days after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer instead urged people to voluntarily restrict certain activities.

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Secretary-General Antonio Guterres declared Monday that the world's failure to unite on tackling COVID-19 created wide inequalities, and he called for urgent action including a wealth tax to help finance the global recovery from the coronavirus.

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April is shaping up to be Brazil's darkest month yet in the pandemic, with hospitals struggling with a crush of patients, deaths on track for record highs and few signs of a reprieve from a troubled vaccination program in Latin America's largest nation.

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Dr. Keith Cryar is used to treating diabetes — he heads a team that cares for patients with the metabolic disorder at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center–Temple. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, his caseload ballooned.