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Are Americans ready for a return to pre-pandemic normal? Depends on what 'normal' means.

Most Americans are weary of Covid-19, recent polling shows, but there's less consensus over how that exhaustion should translate into policy. Public opinion, these surveys suggest, isn't a struggle between two clearly defined opposing camps -- one favoring an immediate and total lifting of Covid precautions and the other a state of lockdown. Rather, Americans hold a broad spectrum of complex, conflicted and changeable views on managing the pandemic.

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Raw cookie dough risk isn't relevant to Covid precautions

Here we go again: Covid-19 cases are falling in nearly every state, spring is in the air and everyone is getting restless. Some have even gone so far as to let us know they are done with the pandemic or at least ready to move away from the problem.

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Opinion: How to stay sane in year three of the pandemic

Covid-19 has altered many people's holiday plans for the second year in a row. While it may seem easier -- far less confusing, at least -- to just call off New Year's and hibernate (again), with certain precautions it's still possible to ring in 2022 with (some) friends and family.

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Prop master explains safety precautions that should be taken around prop firearms

Joseph Fisher, a prop master on movie sets who has experience handling weapons in the military and NYPD, explains how prop weapons can be dangerous, and what safety steps can be taken to avoid harm after a film crew member died and another was injured after actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm on the set of the movie "Rust" in New Mexico, according to a law enforcement statement provided to CNN.

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Analysis: Mask wars preview the 2022 battle for the Sun Belt

The fierce political struggles erupting across the Sun Belt this summer over mask mandates and other public health precautions against Covid-19 point toward epic governors' races next year that will test how much the political balance of power has changed in the rapidly growing states at the epicenter of the confrontation.

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Wildfires are getting so big they're sending smoke from Russia to the US

Yakuts in Russian Siberia is known as the world's coldest city. In a place where even an exposed nose during the winter months can cause biting pain, people are accustomed to taking precautions against freezing temperatures, including spending extra time in the morning to dress in many layers.

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CDC: Covid vaccines might not protect the immunocompromised

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday warned people who are immunocompromised that the Covid-19 vaccine may not have been effective for them and encouraged them to take precautions as if they were not vaccinated.

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Eighth noose has found at an Amazon construction site

After yet another apparent noose was discovered at the construction site of an Amazon fulfillment center in Windsor, Connecticut on Wednesday, local NAACP officials and town leaders voiced their outrage with Amazon and law enforcement authorities for not taking the proper precautions before workers returned earlier this week.

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