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South African Coronavirus Variant May Dodge Existing Immunity in Some People
South African Coronavirus Variant May Dodge Existing Immunity in Some People




Catherine Busa rides an exercise bike as part of her recovery from COVID-19 at her home in New York, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021. The 54-year-old New York City school secretary didn’t have any underlying health problems when she caught the coronavirus in March and recovered at her Queens home. But some symptoms lingered. After eights months of suffering, she made her way to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center — to a clinic specifically for post-COVID-19 care. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Catherine Busa rides an exercise bike as part of her recovery from COVID-19 at her home in New York, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021. The 54-year-old New York City school secretary didn’t have any underlying health problems when she caught the coronavirus in March and recovered at her Queens home. But some symptoms lingered. After eights months of suffering, she made her way to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center — to a clinic specifically for post-COVID-19 care. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)





Mary Estime-Irvin, a councilwoman for the city of North Miami, writes the name of a friend lost to COVID-19 on a symbolic tombstone that is part of a pandemic memorial at Griffing Park in North Miami on Oct. 28, 2020.
Mary Estime-Irvin, a councilwoman for the city of North Miami, writes the name of a friend lost to COVID-19 on a symbolic tombstone that is part of a pandemic memorial at Griffing Park in North Miami on Oct. 28, 2020.




Dr. Kristamarie Collman, a family physician in Orlando, has been dispelling vaccine myths through social media. She's among a growing cohort of Black doctors trying to reach vaccine-hesitant members of their communities.
Dr. Kristamarie Collman, a family physician in Orlando, has been dispelling vaccine myths through social media. She's among a growing cohort of Black doctors trying to reach vaccine-hesitant members of their communities.


1 in 8 recovered coronavirus patients die within 5 months: study
1 in 8 recovered coronavirus patients die within 5 months: study



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Credit: CC0 Public Domain