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    COVID-19 vaccinations finally starting to stem pandemic's tide in US: Analysis

    ABC News analyzed data from all 50 states and found that there is a correlation between the increasing vaccinations and declining COVID-19 infections.

    Dealing with COVID catastrophe, India now reporting 'black fungus'

    The fungal infection may be hitting harder due to steroids used to treat COVID.

    Schools ditch student mask requirements in growing numbers

    Dozens of school districts around the country have eliminated requirements for students to wear masks, and many more are likely to ditch them before the next academic year

    New vaccine pass allows vaccinated residents to travel between Hawaiian islands

    Hawaii residents will be able to travel between islands on the 15th day after their final vaccine shot without pre-travel COVID-19 testing or quarantine.

    In NYC, vaccinations are coming to a subway station near you

    In an effort to meet New Yorkers where they are, the state is offering pop-up COVID-19 vaccination sites at some subway and commuter stations this week.

    US schools fight to keep students amid fear of dropout surge

    U.S. educators are doing everything they can to track down high school students who stopped showing up to classes and to help them get the credits needed to graduate

    Poll: Most in US who remain unvaccinated need convincing

    Fewer Americans are reluctant to get a COVID-19 vaccine than just a few months ago, but questions about side effects and how the shots were tested still hold some people back

    Biden: 1M sign up for health care during special enrollment

    President Joe Biden says 1 million Americans have signed up for health insurance under “Obamacare” during a special enrollment period for people needing coverage during the coronavirus pandemic

    Drug overdoses skyrocket in Washington state amid COVID

    Washington state health officials say preliminary data shows more people died of drug overdoses in 2020 in the state than any year in at least the past decade

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    Nine people injured in shooting that Rhode Island police say was between feuding groups

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