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reader comments 155 with 88 posters participating Share this story The omicron coronavirus subvariant BA.5 is hurtling toward complete domination in the US, now accounting for an estimated 78 percent of the country’s cases—which are also on the rise. The breakneck takeover is stunning, with BA.5 showing a significant growth advantage over all other lineages ..

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Enlarge / A 2003 photo of the arms and legs of a 4-year-old girl infected with monkeypox in Liberia. reader comments 105 with 50 posters participating Share this story Monkeypox is presumed to have spread within the US, and nine cases have now been identified in seven states, according to the director of the Centers ..

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Enlarge / Liver lesions in patient with chronic active hepatitis C. reader comments 61 with 36 posters participating Share this story A sixth child has died in the United States from puzzling liver inflammation—aka hepatitis—and the number of unexplained cases has risen to 180 across 36 states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and ..

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Enlarge / A closed viaduct and tunnel leading to Pudong is seen in Shanghai, China, March 28, 2022. reader comments 112 with 70 posters participating Share this story Covid-19 Coverage View more stories Coronavirus cases in China are spiking to record highs, leading officials in the Chinese financial hub of Shanghai to make the snap ..

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Enlarge / World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (L) and WHO Technical Lead Maria Van Kerkhove attend a daily press briefing on COVID-19 at the WHO headquarters on March 2, 2020, in Geneva. reader comments 13 with 11 posters participating Share this story After weeks of decline, the global tally of COVID-19 cases ..

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Enlarge / Boston Medical Center Child Life Specialist Karlie Bittrich sees to a baby while in a pediatrics tent set up outside of Boston Medical Center in Boston on April 29, 2020. reader comments 116 with 61 posters participating Share this story Despite being widely seen as mild, the omicron coronavirus variant has been brutal ..

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Enlarge / Dr. Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, testifies during a Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on January 11, 2022 in Washington, D.C. reader comments 242 with 131 posters participating Share this story US officials are comparing the ultra-transmissible omicron coronavirus variant to a ..

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Enlarge / Travelers at the United Terminal 7 at LAX airport as people prepare to travel over the Thanksgiving holiday. reader comments 363 with 163 posters participating Share this story Cases of COVID-19 are high and getting higher in the US as Americans head into a holiday week marked by nationwide travel and jam-packed family ..

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Enlarge / Frontline workers of the Medical Center of Aurora gather in front of the hospital for a COVID-19 memorial in Aurora, Colorado, on July 15, 2021. reader comments 42 with 29 posters participating Share this story Covid-19 Coverage View more stories More states are activating crisis standards of care, and at least two have ..

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Enlarge / A man walks through “In America: Remember,” a public art installation commemorating all the Americans who have died due to COVID-19, on the National Mall September 21, 2021, in Washington, DC. The concept of artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg, the installation includes more than 660,000 small plastic flags, some with personal messages to those ..

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