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The U.S. has more than 10,000 physicians who were trained in the U.S. but are unable to work for any hospital other than their current employer because of visa restrictions, despite the historic public health emergency.

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Iran fuel shipment nears Venezuelan shores, Maduro thanks Tehran

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The owner of a Connecticut nursing home offered staff large bonuses to move into RVs he rented and placed on site. They would quarantine with their patients. Two months later, there have been no COVID-19 infections at the facility. @hereandnow 

Governments have tried and failed to bring rates down

This is just ridiculous, will the police just keep piling on charges? #PinjraTod  Court grants activists bail saying they were only protesting, police arrest them again under charges of murder, attempt to murder, rioting and criminal conspiracy

Three-time Olympic gold medal-winning hockey legend #BalbirSinghSenior  died in Chandigarh on Monday after battling multiple health issues for over two weeks.

Taiwan promises 'necessary assistance' to Hong Kong's people

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Karnataka: People in Hubli offer #EidUlFitr  prayers at their residence, due to COVID19 lockdown. All mosques remain closed in view of the lockdown.

There's no way to completely eliminate your risk. But you can take precautions.

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