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    Posted: 15 Jan 2021 at 9:13am
The United States restricted travel from China on Feb. 2 and from Europe on March 13, but by March 8, Covid-19 had been circulating in New York City communities, and by March 15, community transmission of the virus had been widespread, the analysis found.The virus that spreads most closely is the best match for strains that circulate in Europe rather than China.President Donald Trump has repeatedly blamed the virus for not stopping its spread to the United States.
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Alabama treatment guidelines are ruled discriminatory.

The growing number of coronavirus cases has raised interest in state guidelines outlining who should be prioritized for lifesaving medical treatments in an emergency. But certain standards that Alabama had on the books are discriminatory, the federal health department’s Office of Civil Rights said on Wednesday.

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