"This is called cross-contamination." A Michigan nurse used paint to show how easy it is to spread germs even while wearing gloves.

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“The political divide over vaccinations is so large that almost every reliably blue state now has a higher vaccination rate than almost every reliably red state,” @DLeonhardt  writes in The Morning newsletter.

Green Party Leader Annamie Paul resigns, says she did not want to face a leadership review. (More to come).

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Out now: House Oversight Committee releases new report alleging outside businessmen improperly influenced @DeptVetAffairs  policies under Trump. More to come.

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Do people know that the 1890 pandemic was likely caused by another coronavirus, OC43 (that was then novel?) Nowadays, no longer novel, it is one of the causes of the common cold. We're obviously not living in the OC43 pandemic since, and we won't live in a COVID pandemic forever.

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