1. Health expert on wearing two masks  WTVR CBS 6
  2. How often should you wash a face mask?  The Indian Express
  3. Double Masking 'Makes Common Sense,' Fauci Says  WebMD
  4. Why Wearing Two Masks Is Important: 8 Best Double-Layered Masks That Can Help Protect You  Glamour
  5. 7 Small Things You Can Do to Help Protect Yourself From COVID-19 Variants  Self
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  1. Indonesia's coronavirus cases surpass 1 million as country continues mass Covid-19 vaccinations  South China Morning Post
  2. Highlights: UK surpasses 100000 Covid deaths in grim new milestone  Hindustan Times
  3. COVID-19 variant concerns  ABC News
  4. Indiana coronavirus updates - January 26, 2021  WTHR
  5. St. Louis City receives first COVID-19 vaccine shipment, urges pre-registration  KMOV.com
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  1. 12 who broke COVID-19 rules for birthday party during Phase 1 fined  Yahoo Finance UK
  2. Covid: Teacher dies with virus on 25th birthday  BBC News
  3. 'Beautiful and kind' charity volunteer dies from coronavirus on her 25th birthday  Daily Mail
  4. 12 fined over birthday party at Jurong warehouse during Phase 1 of reopening  TODAYonline
  5. Woman dies with Covid-19 on 25th birthday  BreakingNews.ie
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  1. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine sooner  WRTV Indianapolis
  2. Mayor Harris announces launch of online vaccine standby list  WREG NewsChannel 3
  3. Some elderly fear they won't receive the COVID-19 vaccine  WSLS 10
  4. Active COVID-19 cases falling in Jackson County amid race to vaccinate eligible residents  MLive.com
  5. Brigadier General says teachers will be first to get vaccine in upcoming essential workers phase  Denver7 – The Denver Channel
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  1. Why the coronavirus variant from UK may be deadlier than original - Business Insider  Business Insider
  2. What is behind fears that UK coronavirus variant is more lethal?  Rappler
  3. Coronavirus explainer: How deadly is the UK COVID-19 variant?  Newshub
  4. How the Kent Covid variant has exposed divides among scientists advising the Government  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. More deadly and transmissible coronavirus variant is a 'turn for the worse'  expressandstar.com
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  1. US: Anthony Fauci concerned about deadliness of new UK COVID-19 strain  Republic World
  2. COVID variants: Which ones have been identified and how transmissible are they?  Euronews
  3. New Coronavirus Variants Complicate the Battle Against the Pandemic  The Wall Street Journal
  4. Fauci: 'We need to assume now' that British virus strain can 'cause more damage' | TheHill  The Hill
  5. Fauci says drop in Covid cases not due to vaccine: 'We don't want to get complacent'  Yahoo News
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  1. Continued use of masks, sanitiser can reduce spread of new Covid strains  Economic Times
  2. Continue strict measures to contain Covid-19 strains: experts  The Indian Express
  3. Scientists say continued strict control measures needed to reduce new Covid-19 strains  Hindustan Times
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  1. Napping in the afternoon could keep you mentally agile - study  Sky News
  2. An afternoon nap could help boost mental agility – but it’s about timing  Sydney Morning Herald
  3. Health: Taking a regular afternoon nap of just five minutes may help stave off dementia  Daily Mail
  4. Having an afternoon nap boosts your memory – here’s how to get the most out of your kip  The Sun
  5. 'Regular' afternoon naps linked to better mental agility, study finds  East Lothian Courier
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  1. Spain virus surge hits mental health of frontline workers  Associated Press
  2. Covid 19 coronavirus: Spain's virus surge hits mental health of front-line workers  New Zealand Herald
  3. Spain's virus surge hits mental health of front-line workers  Arab News
  4. Spain's virus surge hits mental health of front-line workers  The Independent
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Watch What Happened When This Climber Did Wrist Rolls for 30 Days to Try and Improve His Grip Strength  menshealth.comView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Covid in Wales: Minister 'hopeful' vaccine targets will be met  BBC News
  2. Coronavirus infection rates, cases and deaths for all parts of Wales on Sunday, January 24  Wales Online
  3. This is how many new cases of Covid-19 have been reported across North Wales  LeaderLive
  4. North Wales coronavirus cases rise by another 286 in latest figures  North Wales Live
  5. Four vaccination centres temporarily closed due to 'adverse weather conditions'  Wales Online
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  1. Italy reports 299 coronavirus deaths and 11,629 new cases  Reuters
  2. Italy Reports 299 New Coronavirus Deaths, 11,629 Cases  News18
  3. Italy reports 299 new coronavirus deaths, 11,629 cases - TODAY  TODAYonline
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  1. CECC expands isolation order for hospital cluster  台北時報
  2. Taiwan to put 5000 into quarantine over hospital COVID-19 cluster  The Peninsula Qatar
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  1. Coronavirus Cases Surpasses 25 Million-mark in United States: John Hopkins University  Yahoo India News
  2. The latest on the coronavirus pandemic and vaccines  CNN International
  3. Severe allergic reactions to Moderna vaccine are rare, CDC says  Los Angeles Times
  4. Virus Outbreak: News and Analysis From Jan. 24  Bloomberg
  5. Allergic reactions to Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine are extremely rare, report finds  Livescience.com
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  1. Why don't Western countries mention human rights in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines?  Global Times
  2. Rich countries’ ‘me first’ vaccine hoarding is leaving behind low-income nations  The Washington Post
  3. Country may get free vaccines in first quarter of year  DAWN.com
  4. Covid-19 vaccine: COVAX announces new agreement, plans for fast deliveries  The Daily Star
  5. COVAX Announces new agreement, plans for first deliveries  World Health Organization
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  1. COVID-positive traveller admitted to HSA critical care unit  Loop News Cayman
  2. COVID-19 positive traveller in ICU - Cayman Islands Headline News  Cayman News Service
  3. COVID-19 patient hospitalised; in stable condition  Cayman Compass
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  1. Keep following the rules after you get Covid jab, Van-Tam tells public  Yahoo Eurosport UK
  2. Britons who have received first Covid jab must stay at home for THREE WEEKS so immunity 'kicks in'  Daily Mail
  3. Exclusive: Five million vaccinated Britons told to carry on 'as if you have the virus' by Jonathan Van-Tam  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. What the papers say – January 24 | Gazette Series  South Cotswolds Gazette
  5. Jonathan Van-Tam tells five million vaccinated Brits ‘don’t break the rules’ because they could STILL spread C  The Sun
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  1. San Antonio nears almost 160000 total coronavirus cases as post-holiday surge continues  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source
  2. 4,330 new COVID-19 cases, 75 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts  WCVB Boston
  3. Massachusetts reports 4,330 new COVID cases, 75 more deaths on Saturday  masslive.com
  4. COVID-19 in Massachusetts: 75 new deaths, 4,330 new cases  WWLP.com
  5. 4,330 New COVID-19 Cases, 75 More Deaths in Mass.  NBC10 Boston
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  1. Milwaukee delays COVID-19 vaccinations for people 65 and older  WISN 12 News
  2. First firefighter in San Diego County to lose his battle with COVID  CBS 8 San Diego
  3. COVID-19 vaccine now available to 65 and up in county  The San Diego Union-Tribune
  4. San Diego County says those 65 years and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccine  10News
  5. San Diegans 65 and Up Eligible Monday for Vaccinations at County Sites  Times of San Diego
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  1. COVID-19: New coronavirus clusters hit China's north provinces  Gulf News
  2. 1600 given COVID-19 vaccine in Sampson County  CBS 17
  3. The latest on the coronavirus pandemic and vaccines  CNN International
  4. Coronavirus vaccine delivery: Could drones be used to deliver COVID-19 vaccines?  Yahoo Finance
  5. How many vaccine shots go to waste? Many states aren't even counting  Salon
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  1. Increasing cases of new COVID-19 variant in Michigan  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  2. All Michigan Athletics On Pause Up To Two Weeks Due To COVID Concerns  Rivals.com - Michigan
  3. What we know about the 3 cases of COVID-19 UK variant in Michigan  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  4. Michigan athletics to shut down for 14 days because of COVID-19 variant  The Detroit News
  5. Michigan Athletics put on pause -- Athletes, coaches, team-staff asked to quarantine  WDIV ClickOnDetroit
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  1. Nursing leaders call for PPE review in light of new coronavirus variants  Yahoo Eurosport UK
  2. Nurses feel like 'lambs to the slaughter' due to inadequacy of PPE  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Coronavirus latest news: BMA calls for gap between Pfizer doses to be cut from 12 to six weeks  Telegraph.co.uk
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Research on possible new combo therapy for head, neck cancer  Yahoo India NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Santa Barbara County struggles with slow COVID-19 vaccine rollout  NewsChannel 3-12
  2. Santa Barbara Co. adds 238 new COVID-19 cases, 11 more deaths  KSBY San Luis Obispo News
  3. Santa Barbara County reports 11 more COVID-related deaths | NewsChannel 3-12  KEYT
  4. Architects Turn an Eye to the Future in Envisioning a Redesigned Downtown Santa Barbara  Noozhawk
  5. Santa Barbara South Coast Chamber of Commerce United in Confronting the Challenges of COVID-19  Noozhawk
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Top Lebanese hospitals fight exhausting battle against virus  Arab NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Almost 300,000 Queensland residents put on high alert after coronavirus detected in sewage water  Daily Mail
  2. Queensland records no new COVID-19 cases but virus found in wastewater  Brisbane Times
  3. Poo-dunnit: Mystery surrounds COVID-positive sewage  Courier Mail
  4. Townsville, Rockhampton and Nambour on COVID alert after positive sewage results  NEWS.com.au
  5. COVID-19 discovered in Rocky sewerage  Morning Bulletin
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Covid-19 Variant In California May Explain Sharp Rise In Cases  ForbesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Is it safe for pregnant women to get the COVID-19 vaccine?  13News Now
  2. Pregnant women advised to weigh risks of getting COVID vaccine, talk with their doctor  CBC.ca
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  1. Coronavirus Today: The elusive antibody treatment  Los Angeles Times
  2. Why potentially life-saving monoclonal antibodies are going unused  10News
  3. Lifesaving Covid-19 antibody treatments are plentiful, but still sitting on the shelf  CNN
  4. Patients struggle to get highly touted COVID-19 treatments  Los Angeles Times
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  1. Strange hyperactivation in brain can be early sign of Alzheimer`s  WION
  2. Dementia, Alzheimer's not an inevitable part of aging: Study  ABC News
  3. Why keeping a dog (or cat) is your brain's best friend in reducing dementia risk  Daily Mail
  4. Early Signs of Alzheimer's Can Emerge At Least 20 Years Before the Diagnosis, Finds Study  News18
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  1. Coronavirus: A complete guide to long COVID symptoms, as per NHS reports  Times of India
  2. Coronavirus: 5 COVID-19 Symptoms That Won’t Seem to go  India.com
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  1. Creator of COVID-19 vaccine map hopes to build trust, inspire others to share their stories  Denver7 – The Denver Channel
  2. Do immunocompromised New Yorkers qualify for Phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccine distribution?  WGRZ.com
  3. VIDEO: State reveals more about next vaccine phase  WFSB 3
  4. Signing Up for a Vaccine in Phase 1B in Maryland  WBOC TV 16
  5. Grocers, K-12 staff, other groups added to phase 1B of vaccination plan by subcommittee  TMJ4 News
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  1. Idiopathic intracranial hypertension is on the rise, finds study  News-Medical.Net
  2. Health: Obesity crisis may be putting more people at risk of a once-rare brain disorder  Daily Mail
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  1. Turn back time? Study hints at way to halt decline as we age  Bangkok Post
  2. Breakthrough study finds age-related cognitive decline may be reversible  New Atlas
  3. Study reveals immune driver of brain aging  Medical Xpress
  4. Study hints at way to halt decline as we age  Bangkok Post
  5. A Tweak to Immune Cells Reverses Aging in Mice  The Scientist
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  1. Oxford scientists preparing COVID-19 vaccine versions to combat emerging variants: Report  CNA
  2. AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine nearing WHO approval  Arirang News
  3. Oxford scientists preparing new vaccine versions to combat emerging Covid strains  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Oxford Scientists Preparing Vaccine Versions To Combat Emerging Virus Variants: Report  NDTV
  5. Oxford scientists preparing to design new versions of Covid vaccine in response to variants  The Independent
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  1. Rogue antibodies could be driving severe COVID-19  Nature.com
  2. Mask-wearing and control of SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the USA: a cross-sectional study  The Lancet
  3. UK COVID-19 Update: Surge in Positive Antibody Tests, Hancock 'Pinged'  Medscape
  4. Op-Ed: Now Is Not the Time to Relax COVID Restrictions  MedPage Today
  5. Will The COVID-19 Vaccine Work On New Mutations Of The Virus?  HuffPost
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  1. Just a half-cup of fried food a week increases your risk of heart disease, study finds - Insider  INSIDER
  2. Consuming fried food even in moderation is harmful for heart, warns new study  Firstpost
  3. Diet full of fried food could increase your risk of heart failure by almost 40%, study suggests  Daily Mail
  4. Even a small portion of fried foods can increase risk of heart disease, study says  msnNOW
  5. Fried food intake linked to heightened serious heart disease and stroke risk  Medical Xpress
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  1. After a rocky start, Wake County's COVID-19 vaccination waitlist portal is open  CBS 17
  2. Wake County's COVID-19 vaccine waitlist opens — but website, phone lines crash  CBS 17
  3. NEW drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites in Wake County  CBS 17
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  1. UK figure of daily new coronavirus cases drops further - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua
  2. UK now has highest Covid death rate in the world  The Independent
  3. Coronavirus UK: Covid cases, deaths and vaccinations today  The Guardian
  4. Analysis: Why the second wave is nothing like the first  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. UK Covid deaths rise by 671 in highest Sunday increase and another 38,598 cases as nation remains in lockdown  The Sun
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  1. Industry Raises Intl Testing Questions To CDC, FAA  Aviation International News
  2. CDC just made this controversial coronavirus precaution mandatory  BGR
  3. Expert sees 'a ray of sunshine' in Covid-19 battle, but deaths and variant cases are growing in the US  CNN
  4. New CDC Chief Issues Urgent COVID Warning  Yahoo Lifestyle
  5. The US has a new rule for passengers arriving in the country  Happytrips
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  1. New virus variant discovered in Michigan woman  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  2. Michigan health officials identify new, more contagious COVID-19 strain in Washtenaw County  FOX 2 Detroit
  3. MDHHS revises COVID-19 vaccine rollout schedule  WOOD TV8
  4. Coronavirus in Michigan: Here’s what to know Jan. 17, 2021  WDIV ClickOnDetroit
  5. More contagious COVID-19 variant identified in Washtenaw County woman, first confirmed case in Michigan  WXYZ
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  1. Coronavirus: Concerns over bosses breaking Covid safety rules  Yahoo Finance
  2. Firms accused of putting workers’ lives at risk by bending lockdown trading rules  The Guardian
  3. Firms accused of putting workers' lives at risk by bending lockdown trading rules  MSN UK
  4. Staff 'pressured to go back to work' in breach of UK Covid rules  The Guardian
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Britons lament ‘U.K. variant’ label, as coronavirus strain spreads around the world  The Washington PostView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Israelis to be exempted from quarantine a week after getting 2nd vaccine dose  The Times of Israel
  2. Israel Considers Extending National Lockdown As Infection Rate Continues To Rise  i24NEWS
  3. Ministers Consider Extending Lockdown as Infection Rate Continues to Rise  http://hamodia.com
  4. Anyone who got 2nd vaccine dose to become exempt from quarantine a week later  The Times of Israel
  5. Health official: ‘No choice but to extend the lockdown for another week’  The Times of Israel
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  1. Artificial intelligence used in bid to improve coronavirus treatment  Yahoo Eurosport UK
  2. AI at the forefront of efforts to treat coronavirus patients  GOV.UK
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  1. Tuberculosis has vaccine lessons for Covid  Stuff.co.nz
  2. TB kills as many people as Covid. Let’s find a better vaccine  ThePrint
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  1. 'Over 50000 cervical cancer cases can be prevented in India by 2050'  Daijiworld.com
  2. 2 infants inhaled cancer cells from mothers during birth  Livescience.com
  3. Health Department: January is Cervical Health Awareness Month  Baltimore Sun
  4. Devon woman launches legal battle after life-changing delayed cancer diagnosis  Devon Live
  5. Local clinic raising awareness for preventative care to reduce high rates of cervical cancer in RGV  KGBT-TV
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Gene-mapping champion Iceland leads the way in COVID sequencing  Medical XpressView Full coverage on Google News
  1. One Alcoholic Drink a Day Can Lead To This Serious Condition, Researchers Say  Eat This, Not That
  2. Cheers, Not: Consuming Even One Alcoholic Drink a Day Puts You at Increased Risk of Atrial Fibrillation  News18
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