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Confusion remains for seniors anticipating receiving COVID-19 vaccine next month

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Alabama doctors anticipating COVID-19 surge in mid-January

Alabama doctors anticipating COVID-19 surge in mid-January

Utah doctors are anticipating a surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations after the holidays. They said this surge could be different than those in the past.

OPINION: While the lessons to be learned from the COVID-19 pandemic await an in-depth review, one of them is painfully obvious: Humans are very poor at anticipating and avoiding catastrophic events, even if they know they are coming.

A congressman in the 18th Congress is anticipating the need for “badges” that attests to a person’s inoculation status once the COVID-19 vaccine becomes commonplace in the country.

Idaho officials are anticipating yet another COVID-19 surge because of the holiday season. Here are their recommendations on safe celebrations, plus advice for getting tested and quarantining if you’re exposed.

Washington state halth officials said they are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, expected to arrive in two days.

Even with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, North Texas food banks are anticipating the economic crisis and increased demand for food to continue for two to three more years.​

Even with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, North Texas food banks are anticipating the economic crisis and increased demand for food to continue for two to three more years.​

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This winter, the influenza virus has a rival—the coronavirus fueling the COVID-19 pandemic—and health officials are anticipating a showdown that could have dire consequences for the health of millions

This winter, the influenza virus has a rival—the coronavirus fueling the COVID-19 pandemic—and health officials are anticipating a showdown that could have dire consequences for the health of millions

As the United States braces itself for a likely "second wave" of COVID-19 this fall, many experts are anticipating a spike in cases -- but some say that may not translate into an equally dramatic spike in deaths.

As the United States braces itself for a likely "second wave" of COVID-19 this fall, many experts are anticipating a spike in cases -- but some say that may not translate into an equally dramatic spike in deaths.

As the United States braces itself for a likely "second wave" of COVID-19 this fall, many experts are anticipating a spike in cases -- but some say that may not translate into an equally dramatic spike in deaths.

As the United States braces itself for a likely "second wave" of COVID-19 this fall, many experts are anticipating a spike in cases -- but some say that may not translate into an equally dramatic spike in deaths.

Wisconsin is anticipating continued growth of COVID-19 cases & @realDonaldTrump  still hasn’t delivered our state the #PPE  & medical supplies we desperately need. It’s past time @POTUS  take action & support our state. We need #PPE  & medical supplies now.

"I didn’t do a good enough job anticipating demand." What it's like working a drive-thru COVID-19 testing center

California Gov. @GavinNewsom  says there was a 26% increase yesterday in the number of new COVID-19 patients. “We now are seeing a spike that we were anticipating.”

Workers are erecting a makeshift morgue outside Bellevue Hospital, anticipating a surge of COVID-19 deaths

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