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The covid-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has affected our lives, our economy and nearly every corner of the globe. More than 5.41 billion vaccine doses have been given worldwide, or 71 per 100 people, but the worldwide numbers of infections continue to rise. The countries experiencing the largest outbreaks now include Botswana, Cuba, Israel, Iran, Malaysia and the United States.

Vaccine

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  1. PhotoStudents at Normont Elementary on the first day of school in Los Angeles on Aug. 16.
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  2. PhotoA pregnant woman receiving a dose of Covid vaccine in Havana last month.
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  3. PhotoA shipment of Covid-19 vaccines donated by Spain arrive in Guatemala City, Guatemala, last month.
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  4. PhotoA shipment of Covid-19 vaccines donated by Spain arrive in Guatemala City, Guatemala, last month.
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  5. PhotoThe Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2019.
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Maps and Trackers

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Schools

  1. PhotoThe University of North Georgia does not require masks on campus.
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  3. PhotoJill Biden’s students at Northern Virginia Community College will learn through a hybrid model, with half the classes in person.
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  4. PhotoMatthew Boedy, who teaches rhetoric and composition, said that seeing his mostly unmasked class at the University of North Georgia was “an emotional hellscape.”
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Travel

  1. PhotoPiazza San Marco in Venice in July. Italy has reintroduced some restrictions for U.S. travelers.
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  2. PhotoLike many newlyweds who postponed their honeymoons because of the pandemic, Kalyn and Collin Pounders celebrated their union a year later with a dream vacation in Greece. 
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  3. PhotoAt Kennedy International Airport in New York last month.
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  4. PhotoA sunbather on a beach on Crete this summer. Greece and other E.U. countries saw a jump in tourists after they lifted restrictions on U.S. travelers in June.
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  5. PhotoPassengers at Barajas Airport in Madrid in June.
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Economy

  1. PhotoShoppers in New York City last month. The current trend in rising prices ties back to disruptions caused by lockdowns and subsequent reopenings.
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  2. PhotoPay has been climbing strongly in recent months as job openings have exceeded the number of people actively looking for work.
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  3. PhotoRestaurant Associates workers at a kitchen in Woodside, Queens, preparing boxed lunches.
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  4. PhotoTara Harrison, who was furloughed from her human resources job in Philadelphia early in the pandemic, spends her days scouring job boards and sending applications.
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  5. PhotoConstruction of the Sixth Street Viaduct replacement project in Los Angeles. Officials said they expect stronger growth for the rest of the decade than they initially forecast, assuming Congress passes an infrastructure bill and a larger spending bill.
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Lives We've Lost

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  1. PhotoKenny Malone in 2018. &ldquo;Music is in everything, not just the instruments we play,&rdquo; he said.
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  2. PhotoLucille Times in 2005. &ldquo;She was like an iron fist in a velvet glove,&rdquo; a former Alabama attorney general said. &ldquo;She didn&rsquo;t get pushed around.&rdquo;
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  3. PhotoSonny Chiba in a scene from Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill: Vol. 1” (2003).
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  4. PhotoThe producer Chucky Thompson in 2011. He was an important influence on the hip-hop and R&B sound of the 1990s. 
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  5. PhotoJacob Desvarieux in 2009. A member of the band Kassav’, he created the Zouk style of music, which combined the Afro-Caribbean traditions of the French Antilles with sleek electronic dance music.
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