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Why Vaccine Demand Is Falling in L.A. | May 11

Today, now that the vaccine is widely available, why aren’t Angelenos getting the shots?
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'Losing Hope': India's COVID-19 Meltdown Exposes New Front in Digital Divide

As desperate relatives post pleas for help and information on Twitter, those without access to the internet struggle with inundated phone lines and overburdened hospitals.
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'COVID Is a Wake-Up Call': Black Entrepreneurs Aim to Level Playing Field

Black-led social entrepreneurs in the United States and Britain are tackling inequalities highlighted by COVID-19.
A patient wearing an oxygen mask is wheeled inside a COVID-19 hospital for treatment, amidst the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ahmedabad, India, April 21, 2021.
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Beg, Borrow, Steal': The Fight for Oxygen Among New Delhi's Hospitals

Medical staff are facing life-or-death scrambles to get scarce oxygen supplies as COVID-19 cases surge.
A woman in a black t-shirt gets a vaccine administered on her right arm by a woman in dark blue scrubs.
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Back For Seconds? Tens of Thousands in L.A. County Overdue for Second COVID Shot

Nearly 278,000 people in L.A. County may be overdue for their second dose, according to county figures released today.
 Muslims wearing face masks as precaution against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), attend Ramadan Tarawih prayers at Sultan Mosque in Singapore, April 13, 2021.
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In COVID-19's Shadow, Migrants Find Solace in Ramadan Prayers and Online Iftars

Around the world, many mosques are getting creative during the holy month to help Muslim migrants forge community ties despite the pandemic's restrictions.
Alyssa Jenkins uses the state's MyTurn website to try to book a vaccination appointment for someone on April 19, 2021.
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El sitio web 'MyTurn' del estado no se ha utilizado para la mayoría de citas de vacunas

Considerado como una ventanilla única, el sitio de $50 millones de California ha creado problemas sin parar. Solo 27% de las vacunas reservadas cada día usan MyTurn.
Alyssa Jenkins uses the state's MyTurn website to try to book a vaccination appointment for someone on April 19, 2021.
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State's 'MyTurn' Website Bypassed for Most Vaccine Appointments

Billed as a one-stop shop, California's $50 million site has instead created nonstop problems. Only 27% of vaccinations booked each day use MyTurn.
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Booming Market for Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Passports Sparks Alarm

Fraudsters sell forged COVID-19 vaccination certificates on the dark web in a fast-growing pandemic scam, cyber security analysts say.
 Residents wait in line to receive the Sinovac's CoronaVac coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the community Quilombo Quilomba, descendants of African slaves, in Mage, Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil April 7, 2021.
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Vaccine Reaches Descendants of Runaway Slaves as COVID-19 Ravages Brazil

The community known as a "quilombo," a settlement founded by people who escaped from slavery, has now received the first doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
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