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Four crucial lessons for improving Covid-19 testing

Even as the number of administered Covid-19 vaccines grows, America's need for reliable access to Covid-19 testing will extend well into the future. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes, early data suggesting fully-vaccinated people are less likely to spread Covid-19 are promising, but "we're still learning how well Covid-19 vaccines keep people from spreading the disease" as well as "how effective the vaccines are against variants of the virus." Given this continued risk, it is important that the federal government remains focused on testing.

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Fauci: Almost a race between vaccinations and the surge

Dr. Anthony Fauci is cautioning Americans from declaring victory over Covid-19 because there there are signs that a surge "wants to increase". He talks with CNN's Anderson Cooper about the state of the fight against the coronavirus.

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Paris not Tokyo could be last Olympics, hints Simone Biles

After thinking hard about hanging on another year to compete at the Covid-19 delayed Tokyo Olympics, four-time gold medalist gymnast Simone Biles said on Wednesday she just might stick around for another three years for the 2024 Paris Summer Games.

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Meet the trailblazing Black scientist behind a Covid-19 vaccine

34-year-old Kizzmekia Corbett is a key developer behind the Moderna vaccine. She tells CNN's Abby Phillip about her life in science, preparing for the next pandemic and the importance of empathy when it comes to tackling vaccine hesitancy in the Black community.

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Dr. Fauci weighs in on the risk of flying

Dr. Anthony Fauci explains why he considers flying a low-risk activity at the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic, but emphasizes that the risk could be even lower if more travelers get vaccinated.

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