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    How the U.S. Could Double Vaccination Pace With Existing Supply

    Federal data shows that the country is administering about one million doses a day and could increase that number without running short of supply.

    Could a Smell Test Screen People for Covid?

    A new modeling study hints that odor-based screens could quash outbreaks. But some experts are skeptical it would work in the real world.

    Could Trump Still Spread the Coronavirus? Probably Not, Experts Say

    While questions have surrounded the timing and severity of the president’s illness, health experts said he was unlikely to infect people at Thursday’s town hall event on NBC.
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    Oil Pipeline Bursts Under Ob River in Siberia

    A pipeline carrying partially refined oil under the Ob River in Siberia burst on Saturday and the spill caught fire on the river’s surface.

    Prosecutor Seeks Life Sentence for Americans in Killing of Italian Officer

    Two San Francisco men, she said, instigated a “violent, deadly, disproportionate attack” in a confrontation with plainclothes military police officers.

    The Dalai Lama receives his first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

    “This injection is very, very helpful,” said the 85-year-old Tibetan spiritual leader.

    Why the Canadian Housing Market Is Soaring in the Pandemic

    The head of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation apologized for forecasting a big drop in housing prices last year.