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    A Wisconsin pharmacist will plead guilty to attempting to spoil hundreds of vaccine doses.

    Authorities say Steven R. Brandenburg, a 46-year-old hospital pharmacist, attempted to spoil the doses of the Moderna vaccine by removing them from a hospital refrigeration unit.

    Wisconsin Is Frazzled by Surging Virus Cases and Growing Campaign Frenzy

    The state, up for grabs in the presidential election, has become a coronavirus hot spot. “It’s too late” to solve, one mayor says.
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    Ontario, hit with a virus surge, gives police sweeping new powers.

    Canada has inched ahead of the United States in new daily coronavirus cases per capita, and officials warned that worse is to come.

    In a bid to curb the virus, Zimbabwe releases hundreds of prisoners.

    At least 320 prisoners were released on Saturday in an effort to ease congestion in the country’s notoriously crowded jails.

    In a bid to curb the virus, Zimbabwe releases hundreds of prisoners.

    At least 320 prisoners were released on Saturday in an effort to ease congestion in the country’s notoriously crowded jails.

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    Early in the pandemic, Britain had recommended against vaccines for pregnant women, citing a lack of research on side effects.