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Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley vowed Friday to remain unvaccinated for Covid-19 and suggested he was ready to face sanctions rather than abide by new rules proposed for NFL players who aren't inoculated. Beasley will likely face a new set of protocols for unvaccinated NFL players during training and preseason games, including undergoing daily Covid-19 tests, wearing masks at NFL facilities, social distancing and possibly being quarantined when exposed to crowds. The proposed rules also prohibit marketing and sponsorship activities and traveling with a team. Beasley, 32, said in a statement on Twitter that he's prepared for the consequences, including decreased income. The league and the NFL Players Association did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Persons: Cole Beasley, Beasley, he's, I've, XjQicdvnKm — Cole Beasley, I’ll, Dr, Gregory Poland Organizations: Buffalo Bills, NFL, NFL Players, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Vaccine Research Locations: Covid, Mayo, Rochester , Minnesota
Posts claiming that the number of deaths related to vaccines may soon rival the number of deaths from COVID-19 are false. The large number wrongly described as “vaccine-related deaths” in a series of online posts is the total number of reports that people have made to the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). However, OpenVAERS states that this is the number of reports of all adverse effects from all vaccines, not just deaths and not just COVID-19 vaccines. As of June 17, the OpenVAERS website shows 329,021 reports of adverse events, not just deaths, linked specifically to COVID-19 vaccines (here).
Persons: Infowars, Alex Jones, ” Jones, Jones, Read Organizations: U.S, Reuters, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Columbia Journalism, Sandy Hook Elementary, Twitter, Apple Inc, Facebook, CDC Locations: COVID, Newtown , Connecticut
U.S. administers more than 316 mln doses of COVID-19 vaccines - CDC
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
A woman receives a COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., May 18, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah BeierJune 18 (Reuters) - The United States has administered 316,048,776 doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the country as of Friday morning and distributed 377,935,390 doses, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Those figures are up from the 314,969,386 vaccine doses the CDC said had gone into arms by June 17 out of 377,215,060 doses delivered. The agency said 176,290,249 people had received at least one dose while 148,459,003 people are fully vaccinated as of Friday. The CDC tally includes two-dose vaccines from Moderna (MRNA.O) and Pfizer/BioNTech (PFE.N), , as well as Johnson & Johnson's (JNJ.N) one-shot vaccine as of 6:00 a.m.
Persons: Hannah Beier, Johnson, Amruta Organizations: REUTERS, United, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Pfizer, Thomson Locations: Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, U.S, United States, Moderna, Bengaluru
A widely shared blog post has claimed 920 women have had a miscarriage as a result of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. Both pieces claim hundreds of women have suffered miscarriages “as a result of” or “due to” receiving COVID-19 shots, having drawn this conclusion from data in the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and Britain’s Yellow Card system – the respective schemes used to report suspected adverse drug reactions. Reuters has previously debunked a claim of a 2000% increase in the number if miscarriages “due to” COVID-19 vaccinations (here). There is no evidence to suggest that hundreds of miscarriages have occurred because of COVID-19 vaccines.
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One graphic shared widely on Instagram and Facebook reads: "Remember the virus that wiped out the entire Amish community because they don’t vaccinate their children? There is also very little data on COVID-19 in Amish communities; however, this does not mean they have been unaffected. “Social gatherings, important in Amish communities, likely contributed to rapid transmission of SARS-CoV-2,” the report said. Virus outbreaks among Amish communities have also been noted prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Amish communities have not been unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Persons: , Kimberly Thompson, that’s, ” Thompson, Read Organizations: , U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Risk, Reuters Locations: United States, Europe, Wayne County , Ohio, Holmes County, U.S, Netherlands
CDC eases warning for cruises and recommends only fully vaccinated travel
  + stars: | 2021-06-17 | by ( ) sentiment -0.92   time to read: +2 min
Cruise ships dock at PortMiami as the cruise line industry waits to begin operations again on May 26, 2021 in Miami, Florida. The CDC also recommended that travelers get tested 1 to 3 days before their trips and 3 to 5 days after their trips. "Since the virus spreads more easily between people in close quarters aboard ships, the chance of getting Covid-19 on cruise ships is high. It is especially important that people who are not fully vaccinated... avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises," the CDC said. With nearly half of the U.S population fully vaccinated, cruises are in huge demand as consumers are eager to travel after staying at home for over a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Organizations: The U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Royal Caribbean, Royal, Cruise Locations: PortMiami, Miami , Florida, The, U.S, Royal Caribbean
The United States has already begun shipping doses, said White House COVID-19 response coordinator Jeff Zients, adding that some shots will go to Canada on Thursday and some will go to Brazil in the coming weeks. Canada said it expects to receive around 1 million Moderna Inc (MRNA.O) shots from the United States on Thursday. The Biden administration earlier this month announced plans for how it will allocate 25 million shots and said it would allocate the remaining 55 million shots by the end of June. The United States has been increasing shot shipments abroad as it progresses quickly in its vaccination campaign for its own residents. The White House announced last week that it was purchasing 500 million Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) shots to donate to poorer countries in 2021 and 2022.
Persons: Dado, Jeff Zients, Biden, Zients, Rochelle Walensky, Carl O'Donnell, Chizu Organizations: Johnson, Pfizer, REUTERS, U.S, United, Moderna Inc, White House, Pfizer Inc, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Thomson Locations: United States, Canada, Brazil, U.S, India
(Reuters) -Royal Caribbean Group said on Wednesday it would delay the inaugural sailing of its Odyssey of the Seas cruise liner by nearly a month after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19. The news comes a week after two people tested positive for the virus on one of its Celebrity cruises, where the infected travelers were quarantined. Odyssey of the Seas, which was scheduled to sail through Southern and Western Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale, will now sail on July 31 instead of July 3. Six of the eight people who tested positive were asymptomatic and two had mild symptoms, Michael Bayley, chief executive of Royal Caribbean International, said in a Facebook post. The positive cases were identified after the crew were inoculated but before the vaccine became fully effective, the company said.
Persons: Michael Bayley Organizations: Reuters, Royal Caribbean Group, Royal Caribbean International, Cruise, U.S . Centers for Disease Control Locations: Southern, Western Caribbean, Fort Lauderdale, U.S
Rumours of airlines discussing a potential ban on vaccinated passengers due to blood clot risks appear to be baseless. “IATA is not aware of any airlines considering denying vaccinated passengers due to the blood clot risk,” Anaelle Ashong, Corporate Communications Assistant at IATA ( told Reuters via email. However, flying is not known to increase the vaccine-induced blood clot risk as flying can provoke a different type of blood clot, according to several health experts contacted by Reuters. There is no evidence that airlines met to discuss the blood clot risk for vaccinated passengers. Several medical experts told Reuters there is no evidence to show that flying increases vaccine-induced blood clot risk.
Persons: Anaelle, , Sue Pavord, Haematologist, ” Dr Gregory Poland, Read Organizations: International Air Transport Association, Reuters, “ Airlines, Johnson, AstraZeneca, Corporate Communications, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Oxford University Hospitals, British Society, Haematology, Mayo
Explainer: California reopens, mostly, on Tuesday
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Jane Lee | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
A man walks down a street in Encinitas, as California Governor Gavin Newsom said his state would keep its mask order in place for another month, in California, U.S., May 17, 2021. Here is what's changing for California offices, and what's not. Workplace rules are dictated by the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board, which has debated keeping restrictions in place longer than the governor. Under the newest proposal, which will be voted on June 17, fully vaccinated office workers won’t need to wear a mask in normal circumstances. Many are waiting until after the Labor Day holiday, on Sept. 7, or even 2022, to reopen offices fully.
Persons: Gavin Newsom, Mike Blake California, what's, Newsom, Francisco’s, Salesforce Organizations: REUTERS, California Occupational Safety, Health, Board, BIG, Tech, Labor, Twitter, Google, Facebook Inc, Apple, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Thomson Locations: Encinitas, California, U.S, COVID, Silicon Valley, San Francisco , New York, Paris, London
New York governor lifts remaining COVID-19 restrictions
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) sentiment -0.86   time to read: +1 min
A commuter receives a shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during the opening of MTA's public vaccination program at a subway station in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, New York, U.S., May 12, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoJune 15 (Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday he is lifting all state-mandated coronavirus restrictions after reporting that 70% of New York adults have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. "It is an important milestone, and we're going to keep pushing to do more," Cuomo told a news conference, adding that the state would continue to encourage more New Yorkers to get vaccinated. Cuomo, whose state in the early stages of the pandemic last year was at the center of the COVID-19 public health crisis in the United States, also said individuals and businesses could still choose to adopt some precautions. Reporting by Maria Caspani, Editing by Chizu NomiyamaOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Johnson, Brendan McDermid, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, Maria Caspani, Chizu Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Thomson Locations: Brooklyn, New York City , New York, U.S, New York, United States
REUTERS/Caitlin OchsThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday it will temporarily suspend importation of dogs from 113 countries classified as high risk for dog rabies effective July 14. The suspension applies to all dogs, including puppies, emotional support dogs, and dogs that traveled out of the United States and returning from high-risk countries. She cited a growing number of canine rabies cases in Haiti and Peru as a result of dog vaccination cutbacks. The CDC has previously estimated 1.06 million dogs are imported into the United States annually. The CDC estimates the import ban, which it expects to last a year, will affect about 6% of dogs imported.
Persons: Caitlin Ochs, Emily Pieracci, Pieracci, COVID, we're Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Central, Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S, United States, Russia, China, India, Brazil, Peru, Kenya, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belarus, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Jordan, Ecuador, Cuba, Malaysia, Indonesia, Nigeria, Haiti
It took 113 days to go from 500,000 total U.S. COVID-19 deaths to 600,000 - the second slowest 100,000-death jump since the pandemic began. The U.S. seven-day COVID-19 death average has fallen by almost 90% from its peak in January. The average seven-day COVID-19 hospitalization number has also plummeted since April due to vaccinations. The rate of hospitalization due to COVID-19 increased among adolescents aged 12 to 17 in April to 1.3 per 100,000 people from a lower rate in mid-March, the agency reported. read moreAs of Sunday, nearly 52% of the U.S. population has received their first vaccine dose, according to the CDC.
Persons: Lila Blanks, Gregory Blanks, Callaghan O'Hare, Biden Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, U.S, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Thomson Locations: San Felipe , Texas, U.S, States, Brazil, India, United States
U.S. administers 310.6 mln doses of COVID-19 vaccines - CDC
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
A woman receives a COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., May 18, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah BeierThe United States has administered 310,645,827 doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the country as of Monday morning, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. The figure is up from the 309,322,545 vaccine doses the CDC said had gone into arms by June. 13 out of 374,398,105 doses delivered. The number of vaccine doses delivered remained at 374,398,105, as of Monday morning as shipments are not always sent on Sundays, according to the CDC.
Persons: Hannah Beier, Johnson Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Pfizer, Thomson Locations: Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, U.S, United States, Moderna
U.S. has administered over 309 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines, CDC says
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
The United States had administered 309,322,545 doses of Covid-19 vaccines and distributed 374,398,105 doses in the country as of Sunday morning, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Those figures were up from the 308,112,728 doses of vaccine that the CDC said had been administered as of Saturday, out of 374,397,205 doses delivered. The agency said 173,840,483 people in the United States had received at least one dose of a vaccine, while 143,921,222 people were fully vaccinated as of 6 a.m. ET on Sunday. The CDC tally includes the two-dose vaccines from Moderna Inc and Pfizer Inc/BioNTech/ as well as Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine.
Persons: Johnson Organizations: U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, United States, Moderna Inc, Pfizer Inc Locations: States, United
Positive Covid-19 Tests Fall to Lowest Recorded Rate
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( Brianna Abbott | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The proportion of Covid-19 laboratory tests that are coming back positive is at the lowest recorded point since the pandemic took hold in the U.S., a sign of progress as the country moves ahead with reopening. Some 2% of Covid-19 tests are coming back positive, compared with more than 13% during the height of the winter surge, according to Johns Hopkins University, which compiles Covid-19 testing and case data in the U.S. The percentage of tests that come back positive, known as the test-positivity rate, depends both on the level of disease and the amount of testing being done. The national positivity rate was highest early in the pandemic, when the limited amount of testing available focused on people with symptoms. The proportion of tests coming back positive has been consistently falling since April this year and is now at the lowest point since March 2020, the furthest back the Johns Hopkins data are available.
Persons: Johns Hopkins Organizations: U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Johns Hopkins University, U.S, Johns Locations: U.S
U.S. has administered 308.1 mln doses of COVID-19 vaccines, CDC says
  + stars: | 2021-06-12 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Syringes with the Pfizer vaccine are prepared for a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine clinic aimed at youths ages 12 or older at La Colaborativa in Chelsea, Massachusetts, U.S., June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Brian SnyderThe United States has administered 308,112,728 doses of COVID-19 vaccines and distributed 374,397,205 doses in the country as of Saturday morning, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Those figures were up from the 306,509,795 doses of vaccine that the CDC said had been administered as of June 11, out of 373,413,945 doses delivered. The agency said 173,391,711 people in the country had received at least one dose of a vaccine, while 143,119,077 people were fully vaccinated as of 6 a.m. EDT on Saturday. The CDC tally includes the two-dose vaccines from Moderna (MRNA.O) and Pfizer/BioNTech (PFE.N), as well as Johnson & Johnson's (JNJ.N) one-shot vaccine.
Persons: Brian Snyder, Johnson Organizations: Pfizer, Colaborativa, REUTERS, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Thomson Locations: Chelsea , Massachusetts, U.S, United States, Moderna
A year after several cruise ships were host to major coronavirus outbreaks and with large numbers of Americans now vaccinated, cruise lines have been striving to get business going. Royal Caribbean declined to give more details on the guests who had tested positive or the circumstances of their infection, when asked by Reuters on Friday. Celebrity Cruises later said it was paying to fly both guests home privately on Saturday and planning to disembark the remaining passengers on time after being tested. The Celebrity Millennium cruise is due to end on the island of St. Maarten on Saturday. Cruise expert Stewart Chiron, who is on board the Celebrity Millennium ship, told Reuters that life onboard on Thursday night had gone on as planned, with dinners, shows, and evening entertainment.
Persons: Maarten, Ashley Kosciolek, Stewart Chiron Organizations: Reuters, Royal Caribbean Group, Carnival Corp, Royal, Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, Cruises, Cruise, The U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention Locations: Royal Caribbean, St, North America, Barbados, Aruba, Curacao, The, Florida, Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Alaska
Can Schools Mandate Covid-19 Vaccines for Children? What We Know
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Yoree Koh | ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Many education officials, public-health officials and parents believe that vaccinating children against Covid-19 will play a key role in resuming normal life in time for in-person learning in the fall. That stance has led some parents to wonder: Will K-12 students be mandated to receive the vaccine to be allowed on campus this fall? Children as young as 12 years old are now eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE . About 53% of parents of children between the ages of 12 and 15 said they plan to have their child vaccinated. The same percentage of parents of children under 12 said they planned to have their children vaccinated once the green light is given.
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Two passengers sharing a room on a Caribbean cruise ship tested positive this week for Covid-19, triggering safety precautions that enabled some 600 other passengers to continue eating and gambling on the ship. The passengers who tested positive are asymptomatic and are in isolation, the cruise line said. At the same time, cruise lines have said the detection of positive cases onboard indicates that their health and safety protocols are working. John Roberts, a travel writer, said passengers around him have generally reacted calmly since the captain announced the positive cases. “It suggests, at least, that the amount of virus circulating in their bodies is low enough not to create severe symptoms,” Dr. Pereira said of the two passengers who tested positive.
Persons: Maarten, , Jonathon Fishman, John Roberts, ” Mr, Roberts, Marcus Pereira, Dr, Pereira, Fishman, Frank Del Rio, Dave Sebastian Organizations: Covid, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Royal Caribbean Group, Royal, Passengers, , Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, CDC, Carnival Corp, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, U.S, The Locations: Caribbean, U.S, St, North America, Royal Caribbean, Japan, Covid, Singapore, Norwegian, The U.S, Florida, Alaska, Maarten, dave.sebastian
But when Sawyer tried to call her last month with the good news that she would be allowed into the United States, she couldn’t reach her – Jasibi had been kidnapped again. Biden has filled many key immigration advisory positions with high-profile migrant advocates, including some opponents of the Title 42 border restrictions. Since Biden took office, U.S. border authorities have recorded more than 300,000 expulsions under Title 42. U.S. officials have said the Title 42 border restrictions are partly needed to protect government workers. In recent weeks the United States began admitting asylum seekers whom migrant advocates had identified as being especially vulnerable in Mexico.
Persons: Jasibi, Callaghan O'Hare, Joe Biden, Ariana Sawyer, Sawyer, Biden, Andrea Flores, Flores, Donald Trump, ” Flores, , Joseph Amon, Del Organizations: WASHINGTON, REUTERS, Trump, Reuters, Human Rights Watch, Publicly, Biden, American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU, National Security Council, U.S, Department of Health, Human Services, Central Americans, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Drexel University, CDC, DHS, United, Human Rights Locations: Honduras, Texas, U.S, United States, Mexico, Jasibi, Honduran, Del Rio , Texas, Ciudad Acuna, Del Rio
The U.S. government has halted new shipments of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine, according to state and federal health officials, one of several steps federal agencies are taking that could help clear a backlog of unused doses before they expire. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has stopped making available the one-dose shot to states, the state and federal health officials said. Health officials from Maryland, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Michigan, Illinois and other states said they haven’t been able to order new supplies of J&J doses in recent weeks. “It just hasn’t been included in our weekly allocations, from the feds, which means it is not available to order,” said Oklahoma State Department of Health Deputy Commissioner Keith Reed. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration separately extended the shelf life of J&J’s vaccine to 4½ months from three months once refrigerated, the drugmaker said Thursday.
Persons: Johnson, Johnson Covid, , Keith Reed Organizations: U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Health, Oklahoma State Department of Health, U.S . Food, Drug Administration Locations: Maryland , Oklahoma , Arkansas , Michigan , Illinois, U.S
The CDC and other health regulators have been investigating heart inflammation cases after Israel’s Health Ministry reported that it had found a likely link to the condition in young men who received Pfizer’s (PFE.N) COVID-19 vaccine. There were 283 observed cases of heart inflammation after the second vaccine dose in those aged 16 to 24 in the VAERS data. Shimabukuro said there was a predominance of males in younger age groups among the reported heart inflammation cases. The median age of patients who experienced the inflammation after a second vaccine dose was 24, according to the VAERS data. Pfizer said it supports the CDC's assessment of the heart inflammation cases, noting that "the number of reports is small given the number of doses administered."
Persons: Tami Chappell, Dr, Tom Shimabukuro, Shimabukuro, Moderna Organizations: U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, REUTERS, Pfizer, Moderna, CDC, Israel’s Health Ministry, U.S, U.S . Food, Drug, Thomson Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, U.S, United States
(Reuters) -European stocks remained near record highs on Wednesday, with investors holding off on taking big bets ahead of a policy decision from the European Central Bank and a U.S. inflation reading later this week. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, June 8, 2021. REUTERS/Staff/File photoThe pan-European STOXX 600 index closed 0.1% higher, but stayed just short of a record high of 455.66 hit in the previous session. The wider travel and leisure index rose 0.9% as many European economies charted their way out of COVID-19 lockdowns. Oslo-based salmon farmer SalMar fell 5.3% to the bottom of the STOXX 600 after it completed a private placement deal.
Persons: IAG, Germany’s DAX, , Chris Beauchamp, Emmanuel Cau, SalMar Organizations: Reuters, European Central Bank, REUTERS, Staff, Air France KLM, Lufthansa, British Airways, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Big, Rio Tinto, BHP Group, CAC, IG, U.S, U.S . Federal, ECB, Barclays, , Danone, RBC Locations: U.S, Frankfurt, Germany, COVID, Rio, American, U.S ., , Oslo
Stocks hover near highs as bond yields dip
  + stars: | 2021-06-09 | by ( Herbert Lash | Tom Arnold | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks hovered near record highs and U.S. bond yields fell on Wednesday as some of U.S. President Joe Biden’s stimulus efforts appeared to be on the rocks, boosting the appeal of technology stocks as inflation pressures ease. The yield on benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury notes fell 3.7 basis points to 1.4908%, down from 1.528% late on Tuesday. MSCI’s all-country world index, a U.S.-centric benchmark for global equity markets, fell 0.06% to 716.53, down a little more than 1 point from a record peak on Tuesday. The pan-regional STOXX Europe 600 index rose 0.1% to a new record close, but shy of all-time peak on Tuesday. CURRENCIES STEADYInflation data from China showed its producer price index jumped 9.0% from a year earlier, the highest in over 12 years, on surging commodity prices.
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