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Health officials say the rising numbers among children are the result of the rapid spread of the Omicron variant, which is much more easily transmitted... [Read More]
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A series of coronavirus cases two weeks ahead of the opening of the Winter Olympics prompts Chinese authorities to conduct mass testing in Beijing. [Read More]
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L.A. County reported more encouraging signs that the Omicron wave may be past its peak, though the coronavirus is still circulating widely. [Read More]
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The "zero-tolerance" policies China has employed to protect its people and economy from COVID-19 may make it harder for it to exit the pandemic. [Read More]
Here's why it's still too soon to treat COVID-19 as if it were the flu. [Read More]
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The Olympic flame will be displayed only in enclosed venues deemed 'safe and controllable' ahead of the opening of the Beijing Winter Games. [Read More]
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Restaurants and bars will close early in Tokyo and a dozen other areas across Japan under new restrictions spurred by the Omicron variant. [Read More]
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The rapid spread of the coronavirus appears to be decelerating, another indication the state is on the downslope of the Omicron spike... [Read More]
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School outbreaks appear to be low, but it's hard to know given the difficulty of contact tracing. [Read More]
The Omicron surge has created overwhelming demand for coronavirus tests. Laboratories and manufacturers have struggled to keep up. [Read More]
When the coronavirus attacks the body, the immune system steps up, trying to respond quickly and powerfully enough to stop the virus from running wild. [Read More]
Family courts are weighing in on parents being vaccinated. [Read More]
The federal website for free coronavirus tests quietly went live a day early. The rollout saw snags, with some Americans living in multiunit buildings unable... [Read More]
The upswelling in reported cases is the fastest accumulation of infections in the history of the pandemic. [Read More]
L.A. County sees a tenfold rise in coronavirus cases over a month ago. In other news: the person who 'most likely' betrayed Anne Frank. [Read More]
The struggle highlights the fragility of India's healthcare system as another wave of the coronavirus fueled by the Omicron variant gathers momentum. [Read More]
L.A. County logged 31,576 new coronavirus cases on Monday, as well as 27 related deaths. [Read More]
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