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Dr. Rochelle Walensky likens the call she got from the Biden team, asking her to lead the CDC amid a pandemic, to a hospital alarm that goes off when a patient's heart has stopped. "I got called during a code," she says. "And when you get called during a code, your job is to be there to help." Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Biden's Straight-Talking CDC Director Has Long Used Data To Save Lives

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At a Kedren Community Health Center vaccine clinic in South Central Los Angeles this month, 89-year-old Cecilia Onwytalu (center) signals she's more than ready to get her immunization against COVID-19. Apu Gomes/Getty Images hide caption

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Race Versus Time: Targeting Vaccine To The Most Vulnerable Is No Speedy Task

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On Jan. 19, the incoming Biden administration hosted memorial to lives lost to COVID-19 at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool on the National Mall. Since then another 100,000 Americans have died. Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Jodee Pineau-Chaisson sits in her office in Springfield, Mass., on Jan. 12. Pineau-Chaisson, a social worker, contracted the coronavirus last May and continues to have symptoms even months after testing negative for the virus. Meredith Nierman/GBH News hide caption

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When Does COVID-19 Become A Disability? 'Long-Haulers' Push For Answers And Benefits

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Leyda Valentine, a research coordinator, takes blood from Lisa Taylor as she participates in a COVID-19 vaccination study at Research Centers of America in Hollywood, Fla., in August 2020. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Long-Term Studies Of COVID-19 Vaccines Hurt By Placebo Recipients Getting Immunized

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How do you get a COVID-19 vaccine appointment? The answer varies by state. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How To Sign Up For A COVID-19 Vaccine In Your State

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Nurse Modesta Littleman vaccinates patient Peter Sulewski in late January, on the first day of vaccinations at a clinic run by Health Care for the Homeless in Baltimore. Yuki Noguchi/NPR hide caption

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Vaccinating Homeless Patients Against COVID-19: 'All Bets Are Off'

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Nurse Keith Grant got his second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on schedule from registered nurse Valerie Massaro in January at the Hartford Convention Center — 21 days after his first immunization. Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 Vaccine: Don't Miss 2nd Dose Because Of Scheduling Glitches

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The federal health insurance exchange, HealthCare.gov, has reopened until May 15 for new sign-ups; you can also switch to a different health plan on the exchange. But some states that run their own health insurance marketplaces have different rules. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Tom Sweitzer hosts a weekly music therapy group via Zoom for other COVID-19 survivors dealing with lingering symptoms. "We get to know each other through the music," says one participant. "I think that was a really intuitive and wonderful way to connect us." Michele Abercrombie/NPR hide caption

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Music Therapy Brings Solace To COVID-19 Patients And Healers

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Lots of manufacturers offer a rainbow of ink colors. People can even go online and order a bottle. The Food and Drug Administration has not regulated the pigments in tattoo inks so far, but agency officials will investigate and recall tattoo inks if they hear of a specific safety concern, like bacterial contamination that could lead to infections. Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What's In Tattoo Ink? Why Scientists Want To Know

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Peter Prater survived a case of COVID-19 after an outbreak hit his home, the Tallahassee Developmental Center in April. No federal agency tracks how many of the estimated 300,000 people who live in such facilities nationwide have caught COVID-19 or died as a result. Susan Prater-DeBeaugrine hide caption

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University of California, San Diego scientist Alysson Muotri's lab grew brain organoids from human stem cells that swapped a developmental gene from Neanderthals for the human version. Muotri Lab/UC San Diego hide caption

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'Minibrains' With A Neanderthal Gene Offer Hints About Human Evolution

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Patients at a community health center in Nashville wait for their vaccine appointment. The Biden administration has announced that federally-funded community health centers around the country will start getting direct shipments of the vaccine. Blake Farmer/WPLN News hide caption

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Acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock said the agency would likely hold advisory panel meetings to consider changes in COVID-19 vaccines made in response to coronavirus variants. Scott Hensley/NPR hide caption

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FDA Aims To Be 'Nimble' On COVID-19 Vaccine Changes For Variants

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A person receives a COVID-19 shot in Federal Way, Wash., at a vaccination clinic for the Pacific Islander Community Association of Washington held on Feb. 4. David Ryder/Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 Vaccines Could Add Fuel To Evolution Of Coronavirus Mutations

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Is The Biden Administration Doing Enough To Boost COVID-19 Testing?

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