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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida’s surgeon general urged the federal government on Wednesday to increase allotments of coronavirus vaccines to states like his, where large concentrations of seniors face the greatest risk of illness and death from a disease that has killed more than 2 million globally.


Mount Merapi is the most active volcano in Indonesia and it's a deadly one. It erupted in 2010 and killed more than  300 people. Some 280,000 …

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Rio de Janeiro firefighter Elielson Silva devised a novel approach to curing the coronavirus blues. Riding a fire truck’s retractable ladder as high as 200 feet, he played Brazilian tunes from that lofty perch as residents in isolation watch from their windows and applaud, flush with a restored sense of community.

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In hard-hit European cities, residents took a moment each night to express gratitude to doctors, nurses and other health care workers. From Athens and Amsterdam to Rome and Madrid, people stood at windows or on balconies singing, cheering and applauding those on the front lines.

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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 …

COLUMBIA, S.C. – On a day when South Carolina received its first allocation of a COVID-19 vaccine, 2,364 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 11 additional deaths were reported Monday in the state.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — South Carolina residents battling diabetes may receive a helping hand from Congressman Tom Rice. Rice and Reps. Diana DeGette, Tom Reed, and G.K. Butterfield introduced the Promoting Responsible and Effective Virtual Experiences through Novel Technology to Deliver Improved Access and Better Engagement with Tested and Evidence-Based Strategies [PREVENT DIABETES] Act Wednesday. 

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State health departments and governors' offices across the country are finally being told by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Operation Warp Speed how many doses of the coronavirus vaccine they will initially be receiving once the vaccine is authorized, and it's not enough.

HARTSVILLE, S.C. − The city of Hartsville's City Hall (located at 100 East Carolina Avenue) and The Key (located at 106 East Carolina Avenue) were closed to the public beginning Tuesday until further notice as the facility is thoroughly sanitized due to a COVID-19 positive employee.

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