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A Russian medical worker, right, administers a shot of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in a mobile vaccination center in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Island in Russia's Far East, Russia, Friday, June 18, 2021. Authorities in four Russian regions have made coronavirus vaccines mandatory for people working in retail, education and other service sectors. (AP Photo/Sergey Krasnoukhov)

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Israel to send 1M coronavirus vaccine doses to Palestinians

Germany hits vaccination milestone but wary of delta variant

GOP needs new health care target; 'Obamacare' survives again

The Latest: Nevada to disburse $5 million in vaccine effort

FILE - In this March 12, 2020, file photo, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice speaks during a press conference at the State Capitol in Charleston, W.Va. The U.S. Department of Justice has weighed in on a new West Virginia law that bans transgender athletes from competing in female sports, asserting in a court filing Thursday, June 17, 2021, that the ban violates federal law.  Justice signed the bill despite warnings from some lawmakers that the NCAA could retaliate and decide not to hold college tournaments in the state. Justice had said that while it concerned him that the state could miss out on a sporting event, he believed the benefits of the law

DOJ: 2 states' transgender restrictions unconstitutional

US to spend $3.2B on treatments for COVID-19, other viruses
'Obamacare' survives: Supreme Court dismisses big challenge
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Russian regions make vaccines mandatory for many workers
As COVID-19 crisis ebbs, some seeking 9/11-style commission
In poorest countries, surges worsen shortages of vaccines
UK records over 10,000 virus cases for first time since Feb
Lisbon ringed off at weekends as Portugal fights virus surge
US locks down embassy in Afghanistan amid COVID-19 surge
Nepalese Health Minister Sher Bahadur Tamang speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Kathmandu, Nepal, Thursday, June 17, 2021. Nepal has been able to significantly lower reduce new coronavirus infections after its worst outbreak, but is in desperate need of vaccines, the health minister said Thursday. (AP Photos/Bikram Rai)

AP Interview: Official says Nepal desperately needs vaccines

CureVac: Vaccine data are 'sobering,' full results in weeks
Black community has new option for health care: The church
WHO warns of fresh Indonesia surge fed by virus variants
Get a jab, win a condo: Hong Kong tries vaccine incentives
AP PHOTOS: Mumbai doctor recounts harrowing COVID-19 surge
Thailand sets mid-October to reopen to vaccinated visitors
Interim trial data shows low effectiveness for CureVac shot
In California, get a vaccination, ride a roller coaster
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What will mask guidelines at summer camps look like?

What will mask guidelines at summer camps look like?

MCC drive-through COVID-19 testing site among those slated to close

Local businesses and organizations react to lifted COVID restrictions

COVID-19 survivor reacts to no new patients at ICUs at RGH and Unity

Rochester Regional celebrates no COVID-19 cases in RGH's or Unity's ICU

Coronavirus in Monroe County: 24 new cases