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Academy confirms 'in-person telecast' for 2021 Oscars

Despite the virtual nature of many events in the foreseeable future, the 2021 Oscars will be held in person. A representative for the Academy released a statement saying an “in-person telecast will happen.”
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CDC panel says healthcare workers, nursing homes should get vaccine first

A CDC committee issued recommendations today advising that healthcare workers and nursing home staff and residents should be at the front of the line when the first coronavirus vaccine shots become available.
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Millie Bobby Brown breaks down over ‘uncomfortable’ and ‘disrespectful’ encounter with fan

Millie Bobby Brown broke down crying after a fan made her feel “uncomfortable” and “disrespected” by filming her without her consent. The encounter happened while the actress, 16, was out shopping for holiday gifts with her mom.
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Kids seem to be having harder time learning math since many schools switched to remote learning

Kids seem to be having a harder time learning math since many schools switched to remote. A report from the Northwest Evaluation Association finds students in third to eighth grades are scoring 5 to 10 points lower in math compared to 2019.
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Baby born from embryo that had been frozen for 27 years

At only one-month old, baby Molly Evertte Gibson has made history after being born from a 27-year-old frozen embryo. The baby broke barriers in the scientific community after setting the record for the longest frozen embryo to ever come to birth.
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Nurse placed on leave after mocking COVID-19 guidelines on TikTok

An oncology nurse in Salem, Oregon has been placed on administrative leave after posting a video on TikTok bragging about ignoring basic COVID-19 safety guidelines. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Will Americans get a stimulus check by the end of 2020?

Lawmakers and White House officials have been in ongoing talks trying to work out another coronavirus relief package. Will Americans get a stimulus check by the end of 2020?
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CDC expected to recommend COVID-19 vaccine priorities, though no clear answers yet

A CDC committee will meet Tuesday to vote on who should get a coronavirus vaccine first, after it is approved by the FDA. The federal government has said 40 million vaccine doses could be available by the end of December.
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As hospital beds fill up once again, healthcare workers say they are more prepared than before

Amid this troubling resurgence of COVID-19 there is one hopeful sign: hospitals around the country seem to be getting better at treating the illness.
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PHOTO: World's ugliest bats sing through 'face masks' made of skin

It’s hard to unsee this one. A shocking photo captured by scientists shows an abnormal-looking bat, otherwise known as the wrinkle-faced bat that sings through its ‘face mask’ made out of skin.
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