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Coronavirus Coverage From The News on 6

Some Families Celebrate Father's Day With Greater Appreciation After Year Of COVID-19
Some Families Celebrate Father's Day With Greater Appreciation After Year Of COVID-19

This weekend, families all over the country will celebrate dad. This year, the day has extra meaning for some.

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OSDH: 181 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, No New Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count
OSDH: 181 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, No New Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count

Zero virus-related deaths and 181 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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Bike Shortage Continues After Pandemic Sparks Cycling Boom
Bike Shortage Continues After Pandemic Sparks Cycling Boom

If you're looking to buy a bike this summer, you may be out of luck. A cycling boom sparked during the pandemic continues. Manufacturers are struggling to supply products as more people are eager to enjoy the outdoors.

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OSDH: 209 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 4 Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count
OSDH: 209 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 4 Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count

Four virus-related deaths and 209 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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Official: US To Spend $3B For Antiviral Pills For COVID-19
Official: US To Spend $3B For Antiviral Pills For COVID-19

The United States is devoting more than $3 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19, according to an official briefed on the matter.

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District In Thailand Offers Cow Raffle To Promote COVID-19 Vaccinations
District In Thailand Offers Cow Raffle To Promote COVID-19 Vaccinations

Around the world, governments have been offering interesting incentives for people to get a COVID vaccines, but a raffle in Thailand might be the most interesting.

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New Study Shows Third COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Could Boost Protection For Organ Transplant Patients
New Study Shows Third COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Could Boost Protection For Organ Transplant Patients

A Johns Hopkins study finds organ transplant patients who receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine could boost their protection.

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OSDH: 216 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 5 Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count
OSDH: 216 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 5 Virus-Related Deaths Added To State's Provisional Death Count

Five virus-related deaths and 216 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Tuesday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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IRS Now Sending Millions More Additional Stimulus Checks
IRS Now Sending Millions More Additional Stimulus Checks

The IRS said it is continuing to distribute federal stimulus checks to eligible Americans, with another 2.3 million payments issued last week. Some of those payments include "plus-up" adjustments for people who received less money than they were entitled to in earlier checks.

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Daily Dose: Nerve Damage & COVID Vaccines
Daily Dose: Nerve Damage & COVID Vaccines

In June 15's Daily Dose, a viewer asks if getting a COVID-19 vaccine could impact their existing nerve damage.

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White House To Host July 4 ‘Independence From Virus’ Bash
White House To Host July 4 ‘Independence From Virus’ Bash

President Joe Biden wants to imbue Independence Day with new meaning this year by encouraging nationwide celebrations to mark the country’s effective return to normalcy after 16 months of coronavirus pandemic disruption.

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US COVID-19 Deaths Hit 600,000, Equal To Yearly Cancer Toll
US COVID-19 Deaths Hit 600,000, Equal To Yearly Cancer Toll

The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 topped 600,000 on Tuesday, even as the vaccination drive has drastically brought down daily cases and fatalities and allowed the country to emerge from the gloom and look forward to summer.

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Vaccinated Visitors Soon Can Take Off Masks At Disney World
Vaccinated Visitors Soon Can Take Off Masks At Disney World

Walt Disney World in Florida is making it easier to see smiles again, but guests still can't hug the characters.

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National News

Hispanic group sues Santa Fe mayor over destroyed obelisk
Hispanic group sues Santa Fe mayor over destroyed obelisk

A Hispanic heritage group in Santa Fe is suing the mayor over the destruction of a U.S. veterans memorial by activists during a demonstration on Indigenous People’s Day

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Hispanic group sues Santa Fe mayor over destroyed obelisk
Hispanic group sues Santa Fe mayor over destroyed obelisk

A Hispanic heritage group in Santa Fe is suing the mayor over the destruction of a U.S. veterans memorial by activists during a demonstration on Indigenous People’s Day

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Giuliani gets first shot at excluding materials from raids
Giuliani gets first shot at excluding materials from raids

Rudy Giuliani and his lawyers will get to designate which materials seized from him will be reviewed by a court-appointed expert reviewer to determine what should never be seen by federal prosecutors

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Weird 'living fossil' fish lives 100 years, pregnant for 5
Weird 'living fossil' fish lives 100 years, pregnant for 5

Scientists have calculated that the coelacanth, a giant weird fish from the time of dinosaurs, can live to be 100 years old

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Janet Malcolm, provocative author-journalist, dies at 86
Janet Malcolm, provocative author-journalist, dies at 86

The author and journalist Janet Malcolm has died at age 86

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Black community has new option for health care: The church
Black community has new option for health care: The church

Members of Black communities across the U.S. have disproportionately fallen sick or died from the virus, so some church leaders are using their influence and trusted reputations to fight back

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Cash payments take center stage in Newsom's 1st recall ad
Cash payments take center stage in Newsom's 1st recall ad

Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to make sure Californians know about the cash payments and prize money he's doling out as the scheduling of a recall election date looms

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Heated debate before US Catholic bishops vote on Communion
Heated debate before US Catholic bishops vote on Communion

U.S. Catholic bishops have debated heatedly over how to address concerns about Catholic politicians, including President Joe Biden, who continue to receive Communion despite supporting abortion rights

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The Latest: Push for US commission to investigate virus
The Latest: Push for US commission to investigate virus

There’s a push on Capitol Hill and beyond for a full-blown investigation of the coronavirus outbreak by a national commission like the one that looked into 9/11

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

Nevada is distributing $5 million in cash prizes to residents who have been vaccinated as part of an effort to encourage more people to get shots

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Tropical system to bring heavy rain, flooding to Gulf Coast
Tropical system to bring heavy rain, flooding to Gulf Coast

Forecasters predict a tropical system will bring heavy rain, storm surge and coastal flooding to the U.S. Gulf Coast as early as Friday and throughout the weekend

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The Latest: Confirmed virus cases hit daily high in Moscow
The Latest: Confirmed virus cases hit daily high in Moscow

Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Moscow have hit a daily record and increased nearly 30% from the day before

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The Latest: France's Macron brings back customary kisses
The Latest: France's Macron brings back customary kisses

 French President Emmanuel Macron has kissed two World War II veterans on the cheeks, returning to a tradition that was abandoned at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic

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