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GENEVA (AP) — The head of the World Health Organization said Tuesday that he is “disappointed” Chinese officials haven't finalized the permissions to allow a team of experts into China to examine the origins of COVID-19.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — As much of the country experiences spiking virus rates, a reprieve from a devastating surge of the coronavirus in the Upper Midwest has given cautious relief to health officials, though they worry that infections remain rampant and holiday gatherings could reignite the worst outbreaks of the pandemic.

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AUSTRALIA has achieved notable success in battling the virus, though there have been anxious moments. The first Australian case was confirmed …

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GERMANS enjoyed a largely relaxed summer with many restrictions lifted, the dividend of a rapid response to the initial coronavirus outbreak a…

Congratulations to Tricia McManus, the interim superintendent of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, who begins a three-month initial co…

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