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How much of a threat is the Brazil variant of coronavirus to the UK?

By Michael Le Page Hospitals are at full capacity in Araraquara in Sao Paulo, Brazil Igor Do Vale/ZUMA Wire/Shutterst Health…

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4 million J&J Covid vaccines ship out, Americans expected to receive shots within 2 days

Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine began shipping out Monday morning, and Americans should begin getting the single-dose shot within the…

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Little-Known Publicly Traded Company Given Massive Deal To Manufacture One-Shot Covid-19 Vaccine

One of Emergent’s manufacturing suites. Emergent Biosolutions While Johnson & Johnson developed and got FDA authorization for its one-dose vaccine,…

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Wikipedia has seen a spike in people editing pages during the pandemic

By Chris Stokel-Walker With not a lot to do during the pandemic, people turned to Wikipedia editing Shutterstock/vovidzha Bored of…

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The Devil And Its Horns: Decoding How Mantas Communicate

A new study by scientists from around the world has observed manta rays moving their cephalic lobes (the fleshy appendages…

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Inside ‘post-Covid’ clinics: How specialized centers are trying to treat long-haulers

Patients at the 64 clinics are men and women of all ages. Some had to be hospitalized with Covid-19, while…

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A Supernova Seen 1000 Years Ago Is Still Expanding Today

This multiwavelength image showcases many different details in the Crab Nebula. The remnant of a … [+] 1054 supernova, the…

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Massive iceberg– larger than New York City– breaks off in Antarctica

A massive iceberg, larger than New York City, has broken off from an ice shelf in Antarctica, according to researchers…

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Meet Onesimus, The Enslaved Man Who Saved Boston From Smallpox

Black and white illustration depicting a map of the city of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, in the year … [+] 1722,…

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A Spectacular View Of Mars And A Jupiter-Mercury Fist-Bump: What You Can See In The Night Sky This Week

Venus embraces the Pleiades, and 444 light-years apart they meet every eight years. Beijing, China, … [+] April 3, 2020.…

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