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Tokyo Olympics: Spectators also barred from outlying venues

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TOKYO — Two more prefectures outside the immediate Tokyo area have decided to bar fans from attending Olympic events because of rising coronavirus infections,...

White House calling out critics of door-to-door vaccine push

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WASHINGTON — “A disservice to the country.” “Inaccurate disinformation.” “Literally killing people.” ...

Health officials push vaccine as Indiana virus cases tick up

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's top health officials warned Friday that spread of an especially contagious coronavirus variant is “significantly increasing” across the state, with more...

Lockdowns in Asia as some nations see 1st major virus surges

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BANGKOK — Several countries around Asia and the Pacific that are experiencing their first major surges of the coronavirus rushed to implement tough restrictions...

Pandemic garbage boom ignites debate over waste as energy

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PORTLAND, Maine — America remains awash in refuse as new cases of the coronavirus decline — and that has reignited a debate about the...

Russia blames increase in deaths in June on delta variant

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MOSCOW — The head of Russia's state coronavirus task force says the number of deaths nationwide in June this year rose nearly 14% over...

Cold weather virus in summer baffles docs, worries parents

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The recent emergence of a virus that typically sickens children in colder months has baffled U.S. pediatricians and put many infants in the hospital...

IOC’s Bach arrives in Tokyo; greeted by state of emergency

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TOKYO — IOC President Thomas Bach arrived in Tokyo on Thursday to find Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihde Suga set to declare a state of...

Pamela Fox

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WESTFIELD, INDIANA Pamela Fox, 71, passed away Monday, July 5, 2021. Visitation will be Saturday, July 10th from 10:00am-12:00pm with funeral...

Japan to declare virus emergency lasting through Olympics

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TOKYO — Japan is set to place Tokyo under a state of emergency that would last through the Olympics, fearing an ongoing COVID-19 surge...