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May 31. 2020
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May 30. 2020
Researchers ponder why U.S. and Europe are harder hit than Asia
May 28. 2020
Trump administration moves toward capping insulin costs for seniors
May 27. 2020
People wait in line to be tested for covid-19 in Washington on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Salwan Georges
Latinos shoulder heavy burden because of crowded housing, essential jobs
May 26. 2020
As coronavirus lockdowns loosen and some Americans flock to restaurants, beaches and other outdoor spaces for Memorial Day weekend, the question of reopening too quickly is striking an eerily familiar echo.
Reopening too soon: Lessons from the deadly second wave of the 1918 flu pandemic
May 24. 2020
Photographs of Yok Yen Lee from her daughter's album. Lee was among 34 Quincy Walmart employees who tested positive for the coronavirus, and she passed away after contracting covid-19. MUST CREDIT: Photo for The Washington Post by Hannah Reyes Morales
On the front lines of the pandemic, grocery workers are in the dark about risks
May 24. 2020
Benches along Ocean Grove Beach in New Jersey have been wrapped in yellow crime tape to encourage social distancing. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Jabin Botsford
As New Jersey opens its beaches for Memorial Day, the pandemic summer mantra is 'safety first'
May 24. 2020
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Quebec is Canada's hardest-hit province - and also its fastest to reopen
May 24. 2020
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More evidence emerges on why covid-19 is so much worse than the flu
May 22. 2020
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May 19. 2020
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Masks are changing the way we look at each other, and ourselves
May 19. 2020
Moderna's coronavirus vaccine shows encouraging early results in human safety trial
May 18. 2020
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May 17. 2020
France angered by suggestion that U.S. would get 1st access to vaccine by French company
May 15. 2020
In the race to meet global demand, Emergent BioSolutions in Baltimore is gearing up to manufacture 300 million doses of an experimental vaccine against the novel coronavirus, even before clinical trials in people have begun. MUST CREDIT: Emergent
Even finding a covid-19 vaccine won't be enough to end the pandemic
May 12. 2020
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Report says women consuming the most fiber overall are 8% less likely to develop breast cancer
May 11. 2020
Amy Barr recovers from surgery during which a metal plate and pins were inserted into her left wrist. Before going to the hospital for her broken wrist, she and her husband called to see what precautions were being taken for non-coronavirus patients. MUST CREDIT: Brad Barr
How risky is it right now to get non-coronavirus medical care?
May 10. 2020
Darlene Krawetz has been beset by debilitating symptoms of the coronavirus disease for weeks. MUST CREDIT: Photo via Facebook
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May 10. 2020
Mike Bowen, Vice President of Prestige Ameritech, stands with a truck load of masks to be sent to MD Anderson Cancer Center. MUST CREDIT: contributed by Elizabeth Givens.
In the early days of the pandemic, the U.S. government turned down an offer to manufacture millions of N95 masks in America
May 10. 2020
Eat to boost immunity, protect lungs, says doctor
May 08. 2020
Molecular biologist Feng Zhang is co-inventor of CRISPR, a gene-editing system its inventors say can determine in an hour if someone is infected with the coronavirus. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Joel Achenbach
CRISPR tool test approved by FDA
May 08. 2020
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Trump vows complete end of Obamacare law despite pandemic
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