1. Read Dr. Emily Landon's Full Speech on Second Surge of Coronavirus in Illinois  NBC Chicago
  2. Grocery store workers at heightened risk of symptomless Covid-19 infections: Study  Hindustan Times
  3. 'Skin can be viewed as a window into the rest of the body' New Covid symptom discovered by scientists - Berkshire Live  Berkshire Live
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  1. Pittsfield Health Department Eying Rise in COVID-19 Cases  iBerkshires.com
  2. He got a positive COVID-19 test in Pittsfield. It wasn't the last word  Berkshire Eagle
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  1. 1 inmate, 4 correctional officers at N.J. jail test positive for COVID-19  NJ.com
  2. 64 more inmates test positive for COVID-19 at El Paso County Jail  KRDO
  3. Missouri inmates can get COVID-19 relief money, no matter their offense, judge rules  WDAF FOX4 Kansas City
  4. Cumberland County blames corrections officers for bringing COVID into jail  The Daily Journal
  5. Marathon County Jail reports rising numbers of COVID-19 infections  wausaupilotandreview.com
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  1. ‘Covid Toes’, Rashes, And Hives: New Research Underpins Covid-19’s Long-Term Skin Impact  Forbes
  2. Can COVID-19 infection make you dumber?  9NEWS
  3. COVID toes update: Analysis finds symptoms could last months  TODAY
  4. This is Why Fewer People are Dying From Coronavirus  Yahoo Lifestyle
  5. New COVID-19 Study Reveals Major Vitamin D Deficiency—But There's a Solution  mindbodygreen.com
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  1. Indiana National Guard members will deploy to exhausted Greater Lafayette nursing homes to combat COVID  Journal & Courier
  2. New program to help Indiana nursing homes prevent, slow the spread of COVID-19  FOX59 News
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One boy with COVID-19 likely led to 116 positive cases at a Wisconsin summer camp, CDC report shows  Milwaukee Journal SentinelView Full Coverage on Google News
  1. St. Louis County logs record-breaking week of new COVID-19 cases  Duluth News Tribune
  2. Health officials discourage social gatherings as COVID cases rise in St. Louis County  KBJR 6
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  1. Maine kids given flu shots in school without parental consent  Fox News
  2. Three Maine children given flu shots at school without parental consent  New York Post
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  1. Georgetown issues new local order about outdoor gatherings, special events  Community Impact Newspaper
  2. Twenty confirmed cases of coronavirus, 2 deaths added to Williamson County daily total Oct. 29  Community Impact Newspaper
  3. Williamson County Health District offering free flu shots  Austin American-Statesman
  4. Williamson County reports two new coronavirus deaths, 20 more cases  Austin American-Statesman
  5. Williamson County paramedics receive grant to assess coronavirus risk at long-term care facilities  Austin American-Statesman
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How long are you immune after recovering from COVID-19, and is that immunity strong?  WDIV ClickOnDetroitView Full Coverage on Google News
  1. Boris Johnson Faces Calls for England Lockdown to Stem Virus Spread  Bloomberg
  2. This one coronavirus statistic is absolutely staggering  BGR
  3. Have your say: Are you better prepared for a second lockdown?  Yahoo News UK
  4. London on verge of tier 3 as R rate jumps to 2.9  Metro.co.uk
  5. Boris Johnson Pressured on Fresh Lockdown as Virus at 'Critical Stage'  msnNOW
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Kroger pharmacies to offer rapid COVID-19 antibody tests  WKRC TV CincinnatiView Full Coverage on Google News
Opinion: For now, it's unethical to use human challenge studies for SARS-CoV-2 vaccine development  pnas.orgView Full Coverage on Google News
  1. UCHealth recruiting 1,500 Coloradans for COVID-19 vaccine trial  9News.com KUSA
  2. UCHealth launches coronavirus vaccine trial in Loveland; participants needed  Loveland Reporter-Herald
  3. Providence researchers get FDA approval to begin in-person clinical trial of COVID-19 vaccine  KPTV.com
  4. UCHealth launches second COVID-19 vaccine trial, recruiting participants  FOX31 Denver
  5. Providence to start COVID vaccine trial as cases surge across PNW  KOIN.com
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Shoshone County joins Kootenai, Boundary counties in 'red' COVID-19 risk level  KREM.comView Full Coverage on Google News
  1. UC Berkeley scientists examine human waste in sewers for signs of coronavirus hotspots: report  Fox News
  2. UC Berkeley researchers testing sewage from millions of Bay Area residents for coronavirus  San Francisco Chronicle
  3. Bay Area Cities' Coronavirus Infection Rate Below Nation Average  KPIX CBS SF Bay Area
  4. UC Berkeley launches pop-up lab to monitor Bay Area sewage for COVID-19  UC Berkeley
  5. UC Berkeley launches pop-up lab to test wastewater for COVID-19  Daily Californian
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  1. COVID-19 cases, positivity rate continues to rise as people spend more time indoors  KOMO News
  2. King County Warns Of Coronavirus Trends Heading Into The Holidays  Kirkland, WA Patch
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  1. School COVID cases rise again; local increase lower than statewide  dayton.com
  2. Today's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic  LimaOhio.com
  3. Athens Co. Remains At Level 2 Public Health Emergency, Confirms 15 COVID-19 Cases For October 29  WOUB
  4. Ohio schools have reported more than 5000 coronavirus cases this school year  NBC4 WCMH-TV
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  1. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today  The New York Times
  2. This is Why Fewer People are Dying From Coronavirus  Yahoo Lifestyle
  3. About 1 in 6 fully recovered COVID-19 patients still test positive for the virus  Study Finds
  4. COVID Death Rates Are Down as Doctors Learn How to Treat the Virus — but It Can Still Be Deadly  PEOPLE
  5. Many fully recovered COVID-19 patients still test positive for virus  SlashGear
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  1. Study Finds Which Homemade Face Masks Are The Most Effective And Breathable  IFLScience
  2. These are the most effective types of fabric masks to prevent spread of coronavirus, according to scientists  The Independent
  3. Study measures effectiveness of different face mask materials when coughing  Times of India
  4. How masks made of T-shirts, jeans and other fabrics block particles at coughing speed  The Indian Express
  5. Researchers reveal best material for making homemade coronavirus face masks  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. COVID Risk Map: Over 1/3 of Mass. Communities in Red, New Data on Clusters  NBC10 Boston
  2. 121 Massachusetts cities and towns are now at high risk for coronavirus  Boston Herald
  3. See how many coronavirus cases are in your Massachusetts city or town as of Oct. 29  masslive.com
  4. 121 Massachusetts cities and towns now at ‘high risk’ for coronavirus spread amid sharp rise in infections  MassLive.com
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  1. Positively revealing: Spiking positive COVID test rates an important indicator  WJHL-TV News Channel 11
  2. Ballad Health reports ‘highest inpatient COVID-19 cases to date’ at 181 patients hospitalized  WJHL-TV News Channel 11
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  1. Tracking COVID-19 in Alaska: 6 deaths and 355 cases reported Thursday  Anchorage Daily News
  2. The Alaska Psychiatric Institute says it's resuming admissions after investigating COVID-19 cases  KTOO
  3. Why is Alaska's COVID-19 death rate among nation's lowest, even as cases surge and hospitalizations keep rising?  Anchorage Daily News
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  1. New UW study shows COVID-19 doesn't spread evenly through Seattle neighborhoods  KING5.com
  2. Models show how COVID-19 cuts a neighborhood path  UW News
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  1. Health officials concerned about staffing as COVID-19 hospitalizations rise  KOB
  2. New Mexico officials say hospitals nearing crisis level due to virus  KVIA El Paso
  3. New Mexico health officials warn 'unsustainable' increase in COVID-19 threatens hospitals  Las Cruces Sun-News
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  1. Coronavirus death toll could rise to 256,000 by Saturday before Thanksgiving, CDC says  CNN
  2. COVID Updates: CDC predicts 15,000 to 28,000 new deaths could bring the U.S. total over 250,000 by Thanksgiving  WABC-TV
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  1. COVID-19: Here's Brand-New Breakdown Of Long Island Cases By Municipality  Daily Voice
  2. State figures: Long Island and NYC COVID-19 cases rose to May levels  Newsday
  3. Don't let NY's COVID-19 triumph turn to defeat  Newsday
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  1. Horowitz: Why are public health 'experts' ignoring proactive ways to neutralize COVID-19 while promoting failed drugs?  TheBlaze
  2. Hydroxychloroquine and Coronavirus: Why the World Went Wild for This Drug  Self
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  1. Haywood County reports COVID-19 cluster at Waynesville agency  WLOS
  2. Five Waynesville finance office staff hit with COVID-19  The Mountaineer
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  1. CDC report shows how a Wisconsin summer retreat became a 'superspreading' event  NBC News
  2. Religious school retreat led to coronavirus outbreak in Wisconsin  Yahoo News
  3. One boy with COVID-19 likely led to 116 positive cases at a Wisconsin summer camp, CDC report shows  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  4. Over 100 students, staff contract COVID-19 at overnight summer school retreat in southeastern Wisconsin  Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3
  5. More than 100 people infected with COVID-19 during overnight summer retreat in SE Wisconsin  WTMJ-TV
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COVID 19 myths busted: What you should know about masks, indoor transmission, and conspiracy theories  WLS-TVView Full Coverage on Google News
  1. U.K. study: Severe COVID-19 cases may age brain by 10 years  SFGate
  2. This is Why Fewer People are Dying From Coronavirus  Yahoo Lifestyle
  3. Can COVID-19 infection make you dumber?  9NEWS
  4. COVID toes update: Analysis finds symptoms could last months  TODAY
  5. COVID-19 survivors’ brains may age 10 years, new coronavirus study says  Deseret News
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  1. Alabama cuts COVID deaths with no underlying conditions from 130 to 13  AL.com
  2. UPDATE: Alabama reports 161,537 confirmed COVID-19 cases statewide, with 4,278 in Lee County  WRBL
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  1. Immunity following COVID-19 infection can last for months: study | TheHill  The Hill
  2. Immunity to coronavirus lingers for months, study finds  CNN
  3. Kroger Pharmacies to Provide COVID-19 Antibody Tests  Drug Topics
  4. Scary Covid-19 Antibody Stories Aren’t Worth the Angst  Bloomberg
  5. Health Matters: COVID-19 longhaulers  KHOU 11
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  1. Burgum praises patchwork of local mask mandates as North Dakota reaches doorstep of 500 deaths  INFORUM
  2. North Dakota COVID-19 data sets 3 records; Burgum warns of 'challenging times' ahead  Bismarck Tribune
  3. Burgum raises 21 ND counties in COVID-19 risk levels  KX NEWS
  4. 1,222 new Covid cases, 11 additional deaths in North Dakota  KVLY
  5. 10 counties in Eastern ND moved to moderate & high risk Covid-19 levels  KVRR
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  1. Do you trust FDA on COVID-19 vaccines? States and a Black medical group form review boards for second opinion  USA TODAY
  2. GOP Raises Concerns About Governor’s Vaccine Review Committee  MyMotherLode.com
  3. UK vaccine chief warns of over-optimism, early imperfection  Washington Post
  4. Government to cover cost of COVID vaccine  FOX 4 Now
  5. Oregon, Washington to independently study COVID-19 vaccine  KATU
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  1. Wash. state's COVID-19 rate too high on both sides of Cascades, experts say  KOMO News
  2. Officials: COVID-19 activity intensifying in Washington  OPB News
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  1. First case of flu and COVID-19 co-infection confirmed in Solano County  KCRA Sacramento
  2. COVID or flu: Know the difference  TMJ4 News
  3. Early research suggests the flu vaccine could be a weapon in the fight against COVID-19  BGR
  4. Italy to send Israel coronavirus vaccines  The Jerusalem Post
  5. Your questions answered about COVID-19 - The Cherokee One Feather  Cherokee One Feather
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Some COVID-19 "long haulers" experience lasting skin problems  EurekAlertView Full Coverage on Google News
  1. Immunity to coronavirus lingers for months, study finds  msnNOW
  2. If you have these 2 symptoms, it could be severe COVID-19 so call your doctor immediately  BGR
  3. Three permanent side-effects of COVID-19 that are pretty creepy  Yahoo Canada Shine On
  4. About 1 in 6 fully recovered COVID-19 patients still test positive for the virus  Study Finds
  5. Most people mount a strong antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 that does not decline rapidly: study  Medical Xpress
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  1. As the crush of COVID cases continues, Wisconsin is on track to run short of ICU beds in two to six weeks  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  2. Wisconsin is on track to run short of ICU beds in two to six weeks  USA TODAY
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  1. How the flu vaccine may help prevent COVID-19 infection  Good Morning America
  2. Gov. Baker mandated the flu shot for school kids. Could a COVID-19 vaccine, when available, be required too?  Boston 25 News
  3. Study suggests flu shots help people with COVID-19  WJXT News4JAX
  4. Lessons from H1N1 for monitoring Covid-19 vaccine safety - STAT  STAT
  5. Early research suggests the flu vaccine could be a weapon in the fight against COVID-19  BGR
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  1. COVID-19 death toll could be higher than Florida’s data shows, CDC says  WFLA
  2. CDC: Young people are most unlikely to wear a mask  Yahoo Lifestyle
  3. COVID-19 complication linked to children now seen in adults, CDC reports  WISHTV.com
  4. Masks and Covid-19: In the US, a patchwork of policies persist  RFI
  5. Young Adults Less Likely to Take COVID-19 Prevention Actions  TIME
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  1. What we can learn from 1918's deadly second wave  CNN
  2. What we can learn from 1918's deadly second wave  CTV News
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  1. It may be time to reset expectations on when we'll get a Covid-19 vaccine  STAT
  2. Got $1,000? These 2 Top Stocks Are Great Buys Right Now  Motley Fool
  3. COVID-19: UK only buying enough vaccines to protect the most vulnerable  Sky News
  4. COVID vaccine in 'last mile' of development and 'could be rolled out before Christmas'  Yahoo News UK
  5. Scientists warn Americans are expecting too much from a COVID-19 vaccine  PBS NewsHour
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  1. Don’t Ignore Postpartum Depression: These Celebs Have a Special Message to New Moms  Yahoo India News
  2. Postpartum depression may persist for 3 years after birth  Contemporary Obgyn
  3. Postpartum depression may persist three years after giving birth  Medical Xpress
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  1. Study finds more than 80% of hospitalized COVID-19 patients had this in common  BGR
  2. Can a vitamin deficiency raise the risk of catching COVID?  Click On Detroit | Local 4 | WDIV
  3. 80 Percent of Hospitalized COVID Patients Are Deficient in This Vitamin  msnNOW
  4. Vitamin D for COVID? We've Been Burned Before  Medscape
  5. At One Hospital, 80% of COVID Patients Had This in Common  Newser
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  1. New signs that COVID-19 numbers in Massachusetts are going to get worse  WCVB Boston
  2. Update on communities at highest-risk for COVID-19 transmission expected  WCVB Boston
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  1. Brain Scans Show a Whole Spectrum of COVID-19 Abnormalities We Can't Fully Explain  ScienceAlert
  2. If you have these 2 symptoms, it could be severe COVID-19 so call your doctor immediately  BGR
  3. This Is How to Tell If Your Fatigue Could Be COVID  Best Life
  4. Long Covid casts a lasting shadow over workers  Financial Times
  5. Scientists find brain abnormalities in COVID-19 patients  The Tribune India
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  1. Officials say Trump admin secretly pushing herd immunity COVID-19 strategy: report - Business Insider  Business Insider
  2. Trump's COVID Advisers: He's Now Pushing Herd Immunity  Daily Beast
  3. Former CDC director: For COVID-19, attempt to build 'herd immunity' is a losing strategy  USA TODAY
  4. Russian scientist reportedly contracts COVID-19 twice for immunity experiment  New York Post
  5. COVID-19 antibodies may disappear quickly, new study finds  CBC News: The National
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