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Nurse Sandra Lindsay celebrates after receiving her COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine booster at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York in Oct. 6. Lindsay was the first person known to receive a COVID vaccine in the United States vaccination campaign — on Dec. 14, 2020. Her vaccination card is displayed at the COVID-19 exhibit in the Smithsonian Museum of American History. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Ge hide caption

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Coronavirus FAQ: I just got a booster. Can I ... go crazy?

Does a booster shot mean that you can go back to ... normal? Or is there still a newish kind of normal to face?

Melvin Goldstein, 90, glances at pictures of birds, left, and a fish, his 13-year-old granddaughter drew for him as a gift as his daughter Barbara Goldstein shares them with his during a family visit inside the Hebrew Home at Riverdale on March 28 in New York. On Friday, the government eased many remaining pandemic restrictions. Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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Nursing homes can now lift most COVID restrictions on visits

The federal government directed nursing homes to open their doors wide to visitors, easing many remaining pandemic restrictions.

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When can kids take off their masks in school? Here's what some experts say

With vaccines now available for children as young as 5, some school districts are easing up on their mask policies.

When can kids take off their masks in school? Here's what some experts say

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U.S. gymnast Sunisa Lee poses for a photo with her bronze medal for her performance on the uneven bars at the Tokyo Olympics. Lee, who is Hmong American, says she was targeted in a racist attack in Los Angeles a few weeks ago. Ashley Landis/AP hide caption

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Olympic gymnast Sunisa Lee says she was pepper-sprayed in a racist attack in LA

The all-around champion, who is Hmong American, says she was with a group of friends of Asian descent in Los Angeles when people in a passing car yelled at them to "go back to where they came from."

Teafua Tanu is an islet of Tokelau used by residents of Fakaofo atoll as a Catholic cemetery. Over the past two decades, the territory of Tokelau has proved extremely vulnerable to climate change and rising sea levels owing, partly, to its being a small land mass surrounded by ocean, and its location in a region prone to natural disasters. Vlad Sokhin hide caption

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Their lands are oceans apart — but linked by the rising, warming seas of climate change

Photographer Vlad Sokhin's latest work, Warm Waters, is an exploration of climate change traveling across 18 countries and off-the-map territories seen by seldom few.

Climate activists demonstrate at the COP26 U.N. Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland, Friday. Negotiators from almost 200 nations were making a fresh push to reach agreement on a series of key issues. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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In a first, U.N. climate agreement could include the words 'coal' and 'fossil fuels'

The U.N. Secretary-General warns the main goal of limiting global warming is "on life support." But Glasgow negotiators are making modest progress in their final hours.

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