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Coronavirus Coverage From The News on 6

State Health Department Rolls Out ‘Vaccine Vans’ For Oklahoma’s Rural Areas
State Health Department Rolls Out ‘Vaccine Vans’ For Oklahoma’s Rural Areas

Vaccine vans from the state health department are helping take the COVID-19 vaccine across Oklahoma's rural areas where access might be limited.

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Federal Rent Relief Money Available To People Affected By COVID-19 Pandemic
Federal Rent Relief Money Available To People Affected By COVID-19 Pandemic

This week, a federal judge overturned the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's eviction moratorium that was enacted during the pandemic. 

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2 Nurses Celebrate Their First Mother's Day As They Worked On Pandemic Frontlines
2 Nurses Celebrate Their First Mother's Day As They Worked On Pandemic Frontlines

It's been a tough year for health care workers. Now, two nurses on the frontlines of the pandemic in California are celebrating new life and their first Mother's Day.

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WHO Panel OKs Emergency Use Of China’s Sinopharm Vaccine
WHO Panel OKs Emergency Use Of China’s Sinopharm Vaccine

The World Health Organization gave emergency use authorization Friday to a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by China’s Sinopharm, potentially paving the way for millions of the doses to reach needy countries through a U.N.-backed program rolling out coronavirus vaccines.

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Oklahoma To Return Hydroxychloroquine Stockpile For A Refund, AG Hunter Says
Oklahoma To Return Hydroxychloroquine Stockpile For A Refund, AG Hunter Says

The state has reached an agreement to return Oklahoma's stockpile of hydroxychloroquine for a refund, Attorney General Mike Hunter announced Friday.

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OSDH: 234 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 6 More Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count
OSDH: 234 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 6 More Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count

Six more virus-related deaths and 234 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Thursday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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Volunteers Work To Help Tulsa County’s Hispanic Population Get COVID-19 Vaccines
Volunteers Work To Help Tulsa County’s Hispanic Population Get COVID-19 Vaccines

A collaboration between volunteers, the Tulsa Health Department and Hispanic leaders is getting resources to Tulsa's Hispanic population to help them get vaccinated.

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Local Pastors Say In-Person Church Attendance Down Due To Pandemic
Local Pastors Say In-Person Church Attendance Down Due To Pandemic

Local churches say they're struggling with getting churchgoers back into the building as pandemic restrictions lessen.

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Daily Dose: Spider Bites & COVID-19
Daily Dose: Spider Bites & COVID-19

Spider bites are a part of the summer months in Oklahoma, but does COVID-19 affect the way a bite will heal? Dr. Lacy Anderson has your answer in today's Daily Dose.

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WATCH: How American Consumers Will Celebrate Mother's Day During The Pandemic
WATCH: How American Consumers Will Celebrate Mother's Day During The Pandemic

How will people celebrate the second Mother's Day during the coronavirus pandemic? Here's a look at what consumers are buying as more people become vaccinated and receive their stimulus checks.

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More US Companies Offering Incentives To Get Workers Vaccinated
More US Companies Offering Incentives To Get Workers Vaccinated

President Joe Biden is offering tax credits to companies with fewer than 500 employees that give workers time off to get vaccinated, but some companies are offering more incentives, including bonuses.

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A Town Was Given Over $7 Million For COVID-19 Relief; They Used $230,000 To Build A Giant Squid Statue
A Town Was Given Over $7 Million For COVID-19 Relief; They Used $230,000 To Build A Giant Squid Statue

A coastal town in western Japan is under fire for using hundreds of thousands of dollars designated for COVID-19 relief for something slightly less important — a giant squid statue. Local officials said they hoped the statue would boost tourism. 

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OSDH: 148 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 20 More Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count
OSDH: 148 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 20 More Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count

Twenty more virus-related deaths and 148 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Wednesday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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National News

Colorado man suspected in wife's death appears in court
Colorado man suspected in wife's death appears in court

A Colorado man suspected in the death of his wife who disappeared last Mother’s Day made his first appearance in court Thursday to be advised of the charges he could face, including first-degree murder

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Judge alters "red flag" process after Indiana FedEx shooting
Judge alters "red flag" process after Indiana FedEx shooting

All “red flag” cases filed by Indianapolis police will now come before a judge after an Indiana prosecutor was criticized for declining to pursue court hearings that could have prevented a man from accessing the guns used to shoot and kill eight people at a FedEx facility in the city last month

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GOP governor race: Who's in first depends on who's in second
GOP governor race: Who's in first depends on who's in second

The Republican candidates for governor in Virginia have found themselves in the unusual position of appealing to be the second choice of voters at the party's nominating convention on Saturday

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To filmmaker Gibney, opioid crisis is 'Crime of the Century'
To filmmaker Gibney, opioid crisis is 'Crime of the Century'

Documentary maker Alex Gibney considers the opioid crisis no accident

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SpaceX launches, lands Starship in 1st successful flight
SpaceX launches, lands Starship in 1st successful flight

SpaceX has finally launched and successfully landed its futuristic Starship

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O's Means throws MLB's 3rd no-hitter of season, tops M's 6-0
O's Means throws MLB's 3rd no-hitter of season, tops M's 6-0

John Means threw the major leagues’ third no-hitter this season and came within a wild pitch on a third strike of a perfect game, pitching the Baltimore Orioles over the Seattle Mariners 6-0

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O's Means throws MLB's 3rd no-hitter of season, tops M's 6-0
O's Means throws MLB's 3rd no-hitter of season, tops M's 6-0

John Means threw the major leagues’ third no-hitter this season and came within a wild pitch on a third strike of a perfect game, pitching the Baltimore Orioles over the Seattle Mariners 6-0

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National Teacher of Year focuses on individual student needs
National Teacher of Year focuses on individual student needs

The newly named National Teacher of the Year is a Las Vegas special education teacher

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Wyoming politicians avoid Liz Cheney peril ahead of vote
Wyoming politicians avoid Liz Cheney peril ahead of vote

Elected officials in Wyoming aren’t sticking their necks out in defense of Liz Cheney as she faces ouster from House GOP leadership

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The Latest: NYC wants station vaccination vans for tourists
The Latest: NYC wants station vaccination vans for tourists

New York City wants to begin offering coronavirus inoculations to tourists by stationing vaccination vans at Times Square and other attractions

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Arrested youth detention center worker was fired, rehired
Arrested youth detention center worker was fired, rehired

Documents obtained by The Associated Press show a New Hampshire man now charged with holding down a teenage boy during a rape at a youth detention center had been fired years earlier

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Chicago suburb set to pay reparations, but not all on board
Chicago suburb set to pay reparations, but not all on board

The Chicago suburb of Evanston is preparing to pay reparations in the form of housing grants to Black residents who experienced housing discrimination

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Jill Biden thanks military spouses in Colorado for service
Jill Biden thanks military spouses in Colorado for service

First lady Jill Biden extended her gratitude to military spouses for their service at an Army base in Colorado

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