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    NYC bar owner who defied coronavirus restrictions arrested

    The New York City sheriff's office says a bar owner who was providing indoor service in defiance of coronavirus restrictions has been arrested

    Elected officials criticized for not following own COVID-19 advice

    Leaders in New York, California, Texas and Colorado have recently come under fire for what critics have called hypocritical behavior during the pandemic.

    76 Franciscan nuns test positive at monastery in Germany

    Church authorities say 76 Catholic nuns have tested positive for COVID-19 after an outbreak of coronavirus at a Franciscan convent in northwestern Germany

    Moderna to seek FDA emergency authorization after COVID-19 vaccine shows 94% efficacy

    Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine could be the second vaccine to receive the Food and Drug Administration's emergency use authorization.

    Turkey's new virus figures confirm experts' worst fears

    Turkey has changed the way it reports daily COVID-19 infections, confirming what medical groups and opposition parties have long suspected

    Colorado governor tests positive for coronavirus

    He said he will continue to serve the state while isolating himself.

    Airlines get jump on preparations to transport COVID-19 vaccine

    American Airlines said it has started conducting trial flights to test its process of shipping vaccines.

    Michigan restaurant leaves franchise over virus restrictions

    An owner of a restaurant in Michigan’s Thumb Region says the franchisee has split from its corporate office and changed its name after refusing to stop seating customers as part of state restrictions to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus

    COVID-19 in custody: Alabama ranks 9th for inmate deaths

    Alabama ranks ninth in the country for the number of COVID-19 deaths per 10,000 inmates

    US colleges mull new virus protocols for students' return

    As coronavirus cases are surging around the country, some colleges and universities are rethinking some of their plans for next semester

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