Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

As the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) evolves, the Texas Municipal League is working with state and federal officials and city leaders to limit the spread of the virus, mitigate health and economic risk, and protect our communities.

TML has compiled these resources to help your city limit the spread of COVID-19 and educate the public on prevention. We will update this page as new information develops.

State Disaster Orders and Guidance

  • Governor's Executive Order GA-34 (March 2, 2021); Related to the opening of Texas

  • Governor's Executive Order GA-32  (October 10, 2020); Related to the further reopening of Texas

  • Governor's Executive Order GA-31 (September 17, 2020); Related to hospital capacity

  • Governor's Executive Order GA-30 (September 17, 2020); Related to the reopening of Texas

  •  Governor’s Proclamation (July 2, 2020): Provides for mayoral approval of outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people, with exceptions.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-29 (July 2, 2020): Establishes statewide face covering requirement.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-28 (June 26, 2020): Rolls back some aspects of Phase III of the governor’s plan to re-open Texas.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-27 (June 25, 2020): Relating to hospital bed availability during COVID-19. Amended by July 9, 2020 Proclamation suspending elective surgeries in over 100 counties.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-26 (June 3, 2020): Implements Phase III of the governor’s plan to re-open Texas.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-25 (May 22, 2020): Suspends in-person visitations at county and municipal jails in response to COVID-19, but provides exceptions for visitations by an attorney meeting with a client, or a religious leader or member of the clergy.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-24 (May 21, 2020): Terminates air travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-23 (May 18, 2020): Retains the “minimize social gatherings and minimize in-person contact” provision (referred to below in previous order as “stay home/work home”), but provides exceptions for “covered services” and “safe daily activities,” subject to the applicable conditions and limitations on the governor’s Open Texas web page.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-?? (April 27, 2020): Prohibits confinement as a penalty for violating the governor’s orders.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-21 (May 5, 2020): Retains stay home/work home provision, but provides exceptions for essential businesses and activities, retail-to-go, and additional re-opened businesses.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-20 (April 27, 2020): Removes most travel restrictions for those coming into Texas.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-19 (April 27, 2020): Allows most health care procedures, with certain restrictions.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-18 (April 27, 2020): Retains stay home/work home provision, but provides exceptions for essential businesses and activities, retail-to-go, and re-opened businesses.

  • The Governor’s Report to Open Texas (April 27, 2020)

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-17 (April 17, 2020):  Creates a statewide Strike Force to Open Texas, which “will work towards a medical architecture to test and trace, while gradually and safely returning to work and other activities.”

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-16 (April 17, 2020):  Establishes a temporary "Retail-To-Go" model that will allow retail outlets in Texas to reopen beginning Friday, April 24. Under this model, reopened establishments are required to deliver items to customer’s cars, homes, or other locations to minimize contact. Under this Executive Order, schools — including public, private, and higher education institutions — will remain closed for the 2019-2020 school year.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-15 (April 17, 2020):  relates to hospital capacity and personal protective equipment (PPE) needed for the COVID-19 response.

  • Governor’s Proclamation (April 12, 2020):  The governor’s extension of the statewide disaster regarding the Coronavirus.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-14 (March 31, 2020): The governor’s original stay home/work home order.

  • Governor’s Executive Order GA-08 (March 19, 2020): Declares a statewide disaster regarding the Coronavirus.

  • State Health Commissioner Public Health Disaster Declaration

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COVID-19/Coronavirus News Articles (RSS)

  1. Detroit mayor declines Johnson & Johnson allotment, saying the other vaccines are better

    Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan declined an initial allocation of the newly authorized Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine this week even as nationwide demand continues to outpace available supply. Duggan, a...

  2. Undocumented migrants that test positive for COVID-19 not being forced to quarantine, officials say

    ...should quarantine. We’ve offered to provide them with hotel space to quarantine,” said Brownsville Mayor Trey Mendez. Non-profits like Team Brownsville and Catholic Charities are offering hotel rooms to...

  3. Alabama’s governor extends mandatory mask order for another month, bucking the trend among other Republican governors

    ...be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission. Do you think the Killeen City Council should approve the installation of metal detectors at City Hall? You voted: 1. Yes....

  4. Juneau officials revise COVID-19 travel, testing rules

    ...awaiting results. The rules expire at 12:01 a.m. on May 1, unless other action is taken first. City Manager Rorie Watt said at the assembly meeting that officials “won’t be shy” about notifying the community...

  5. CDC director urges people to keep masking and distancing ‘regardless of what states decide’

    The director of the US Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday said she hopes people will decide to individually “do the right thing” about distancing and wearing masks, even in states moving to eliminate restrictions against the CDC’s...

  6. Germany extends lockdown but paves way to relax more rules

    ...Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a news conference with Bavarian state governor Markus Soeder and the Mayor of Berlin Michael Mueller after a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, March...

  7. The Latest: COVID-19 outbreak at Vermont state prison grows

    An outbreak of COVID-19 at the Vermont state prison in Newport has grown to 100 inmates and eight staff members, making it the largest outbreak at a Vermont correctional facility since the start of the pandemic, the commissioner of the Department of...

  8. ‘Now is not the time to relax’: CDC director warns of possible 4th surge amid easing of COVID-19 restrictions

    ...Louisiana likewise eased up on closures of bars, restaurants and other businesses Tuesday, as did the mayor of San Francisco. "Removing statewide mandates does not end personal responsibility," said Abbott,...

  9. San Francisco Reopens Indoor Dining, Gyms As Coronavirus Cases Drop

    ...allow indoor dining and, gyms, movie theaters and museums to open to the public Wednesday morning. Mayor London Breed and Grant Colfax, San Francisco Director of Health, announced the easing of coronavirus...

  10. Virus variant races through Italy, especially among children

    ...to sealing off many towns and cities in areas where transmission rates are rapidly increasing. The mayor of Bologna, which has 400,000 residents, announced that, starting on Thursday and until March 21,...

  11. Chicago raises capacity limits to 50% for bars, restaurants

    Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Tuesday that bars and restaurants will be allowed to open at 50% capacity, loosening restrictions put into place due to the coronavirus pandemic as vaccinations ramp up.

  12. Lifting Texas restrictions creates ‘tough situation’ for New Mexico, which is keeping mask mandate

    ...mask requirements and pandemic occupancy limits in Texas will have a ripple effect on New Mexico, the mayor of Las Cruces warned on Tuesday. "It obviously puts New Mexico in a tough situation," said Mayor...

  13. Louisiana governor eases virus rules, lets bars open indoors

    ...hospitalizations have continued to drop — will take effect Wednesday across the state, unless a local mayor or parish president enacts tougher limits. Louisiana's statewide mask mandate, in place since July,...

  14. Washington state to surpass 5K coronavirus deaths

    ...community COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinic in Seattle's Rainier Beach neighborhood. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced Monday that the city's COVID-19 vaccination efforts would be expanding in the...

  15. Maryland announces plan for equitable vaccine distribution

    Maryland officials announced a plan Monday to improve equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in Baltimore amid continuing criticism about the state's rollout, particularly in the state's largest city.

  16. Philippines launches virus vaccinations amid supply problems

    ...Health officials. “Let’s get vaccinated, let’s save lives every day. We need to move on,” Manila Mayor Isko Moreno said in a speech at the hospital, adding he would get vaccinated in about a week after...

  17. The Latest: Iran hits 60,000 virus deaths; bans 32 nations

    Iran has surpassed 60,000 known coronavirus-related deaths, the latest grim milestone for the hardest-hit country in the Middle East. The government on Sunday banned incoming travelers from a list of 32 countries, including Britain and other states...

  18. The Latest: U.S. FDA approves J&J single-shot vaccine

    The U.S. now has a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19. The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday cleared a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with just one dose instead of two.

  19. Indianapolis to relax COVID-19 restrictions starting Monday

    ...restaurants and music venues will also be able to close two hours later, at 2 a.m., instead of at midnight, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced. Hogsett said the capacity and time changes were prompted by drops in the city's...

  20. The Latest: Canada OKs AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine

    ...preparing for the official rollout of vaccines for teachers and other school staff on Monday. Waterbury Mayor Neil O’Leary said a special vaccination appointment hotline for the roughly 4,000 eligible workers...

  21. New coronavirus variant in New York spurs caution, concern

    ...other research to figure out which are a potential problem. Ad New York City health officials and Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday sought to tamp down worries about the new variant, emphasizing that the...

  22. Italy’s Lombardy again in virus crisis as Brescia sees surge

    ...as more people are vaccinated with only one dose. “This is war,” Bertolaso said. Brescia’s deputy mayor, Laura Castelletti, said residents were willing to accept new lockdown measures — which include closing...

  23. The Latest: Georgia ready to open vaccines for teachers

    Gov. Brian Kemp is ready to announce that teachers are up next for COVID-19 vaccinations in Georgia. Kemp spokesperson Mallory Blount says the Republican governor will announce vaccination plans that will include teachers on Thursday.

  24. The Latest: Alaska governor positive for coronavirus

    Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has tested positive for COVID-19 and has mild symptoms, his office announced Wednesday. Dunleavy, a 59-year-old Republican, is currently at home in the Wasilla area, north of Anchorage.

  25. The Latest: N. Carolina governor eases restrictions, curfew

    With cases and other key metrics trending downward in North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday announced the state will ease gathering and occupancy restrictions and end its 10 p.m. statewide curfew starting Friday. .... allowing bars and taverns...

  26. Russia shows off new Covid-19 vaccine factory even as its people hesitate to get the shot

    ...city of more than 12 million people, fewer than 600,000 have been vaccinated so far, according to Mayor Sergey Sobyanin. So, the push is on to increase the numbers. The state funded Gamaleya Institute,...

  27. New Yorkers should wear 2 masks until at least June: Mayor

    In New York City, which was the U.S. epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic last spring, the mayor is asking residents to wear two masks until at least June. "Through June, keep doing exactly what you are...

  28. The Latest: Mexico receives shipment of Sputnik V vaccine

    Some 200,000 doses arrived to Mexico City’s international airport late Monday night aboard a British Airways flight from Moscow. Officials plan to use the doses to begin vaccinating seniors in the capital’s most marginalized boroughs on Wednesday.

  29. The Latest: Philippine leader won't ease virus restrictions

    The Philippine president will reject recommendations to further ease coronavirus quarantine restrictions across the country until a delayed vaccination campaign kicks off, his spokesman said. President Rodrigo Duterte also rejected a plan to resume...

  30. Florida surpasses 30K coronavirus deaths as more get vaccine

    ...eligibility list to include people 55 and older as well as law enforcement and teachers. Broward County Mayor Steve Geller says the state will have vaccinated every eligible senior within the month and is hoping...

  31. The Latest: Oklahoma opens second phase of COVID-19 vaccines

    “Our goal is to make sure that every Oklahoma teacher and staff member who wants the COVID-19 vaccine can get it by spring break” in mid-March, said health commissioner Dr. Lance Frye at a vaccination clinic in Norman.

  32. Big Island traveler virus testing to continue after February

    ...after that we’ll probably extend the testing,” said Cyrus Johnasen, a spokesman for Hawaii County Mayor Mitch Roth. “As for how long we’ll extend it, we’re not sure yet.” The terms of the continued testing...

  33. In a virus-ravaged city, nearly 400 million vaccine doses are being made - and shipped elsewhere

    BALTIMORE, Md. - In a city battered by the coronavirus, one biomedical plant is churning out enough vaccine doses to inoculate every resident hundreds of times over. The lifesaving medicine is brewed in stainless steel vats and bottled at subfreezing...

  34. Pubs, haircuts, gyms must wait as UK lifts lockdown slowly

    ...Britain has given a first vaccine shot to over 15 million people, almost a quarter of the population. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan receives his first dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine administered by Dr....

  35. With heavy hearts, Italians mark year of COVID-19 outbreak

    ...healthy, athletic man. Near the Red Cross office in Codogno on Sunday, Lombardy’s governor and the town mayor attended a ceremony to unveil a monument to COVID-19 victims. The memorial consists of three steel...

  36. 'Immunity bubble’ fails as California conference spreads COVID-19

    XPrize founder Peter Diamandis thought he could hold a conference in an "immunity bubble" in the middle of California’s COVID-19 surge last month but instead created a superspreader event that infected attendees, staff and himself.

  37. 'Alone': How Italian town with 1st known virus death fared

    ...had no contact with China, until then a key element in diagnosis. After being advised of the death, Mayor Giuliano Martini, who doubles as the town’s chief pharmacist, ordered schools and nonessential businesses...

  38. MIS-C: Cases of rare inflammatory syndrome linked to COVID-19 on the rise among children in US

    Cases of a rare inflammatory syndrome linked to COVID-19 have been on the rise across the country amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  39. Here’s how severe weather is affecting Covid-19 vaccinations in these states

    “I don’t believe that it’s anticipated it will have long-reaching outcomes, but certainly for the next week to two weeks, we might expect to see some impact from the weather,” Lori Tremmel Freeman, CEO of the National Association of County and City...

  40. Vaccination of whole Brazilian city spares it from shortages

    ...partly because they had pushed forward their schedule by one week after receiving a fresh lot of doses. Mayor Eduardo Paes on Monday said additional shots won't be delivered before next week. Other state capitals...

  41. Canada's largest city, Toronto, wants lockdown extended

    Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto’s medical officer of health, said she has never been more worried about the future because of new coronavirus variants. She has written the province's top health official to request the lockdown last at least two weeks...

  42. Baltimore set to lift one-hour limit on city dining

    The city of Baltimore is preparing to lift its one-hour time limit on restaurant dining, citing the city’s rapidly declining coronavirus numbers, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday. The city’s hourlong limit on dining has been in place since...

  43. Sri Lanka Is Now Open to Travelers — No Quarantine, But No Mingling With Locals Too

    Sri Lanka Tourism Chairperson Kimarli Fernando referred to it as a "new concept" developed by the tourism authority — which allows tourists to travel the country in "bio bubbles," or roving semi-isolated groups that let travelers sightsee without...

  44. COVID-19 vaccination site at Dodger Stadium to reopen for second doses

    ...vaccination site for a week and limited a high-volume site at City College to second doses. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a statement Monday, "Our city has the tools, the infrastructure, and the determination...

  45. With supply low, San Francisco pauses vaccines at major site | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

    ...older. “I’m frustrated because we’ve shown that SF can administer shots as soon as they come in," Mayor London Breed said on social media. “We’re hoping for more info in the next few days. We’ll maintain...

  46. The Latest: WHO gives emergency authorization for vaccine

    The World Health Organization has granted an emergency authorization to the coronavirus vaccine made by AstraZeneca and Oxford University, a move that should allow the company’s partners to ship millions of doses to countries worldwide as part of a...

  47. Serbian capital Belgrade sees clubbing flouting virus rules

    ...has drawn thousands of partygoers in violation of rules against the new coronavirus. Belgrade's mayor announced stepped-up controls of clubs, cafes and other venues that are allowed to operate until 8p.m....

  48. The Latest: Italy keeps ski slopes closed, a blow to tourism

    On the eve of what was supposed to finally be the much-delayed opening of Italy’s ski slopes, the government yanked permission because high circulation of a coronavirus variant. Health Minister Roberto Speranza’s ordinance on Sunday forbidding...

  49. Mayor extends COVID-19 safety restrictions in Honolulu

    HONOLULU (AP) — Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi has extended coronavirus restrictions for another month through mid-March starting Monday, but said that could change if confirmed cases remain low. “I don't...

  50. The Latest: Czech govt extends emergency, defies Parliament

    The Czech government has re-declared its state of emergency for next two weeks to be able to effectively tackle the coronavirus pandemic in one of the hardest hit European countries. The decision has been approved in defiance of the lower house of...

  51. The Latest: Japan expected to approve Pfizer vaccine

    Japan’s health minister says the efficacy of Pfizer vaccine was endorsed by a ministry panel, paving the way for a final approval within days. The vaccine is already administered in the U.S. and many other countries since Dec

  52. The Latest: Australia's 2nd largest city to begin lockdown

    The five-day lockdown will be enforced across Victoria state to prevent the virus spreading from the state capital Melbourne, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says. Only international flights that were already in the air when the lockdown was...

  53. A California city could be the first in the nation to require pandemic hazard pay for farmworkers

    ...Mayor Steven Hernandez has said the ordinance is the first of its kind in the nation. The Coachella City Council approved the hazard pay measure unanimously. Covid-19 hit Latino farmworkers hard The Coachella...

  54. The Latest: Germany reinstates some border controls

    Germany will temporarily reinstate border controls after designating the Czech Republic and parts of Austria “mutations areas” because of the high number of coronavirus variant cases. Travelers coming from certain areas of Austria or the Czech...

  55. Fauci predicts 'open season' by April for everyone to start getting COVID-19 vaccines

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government’s top infectious disease expert, said in an interview on NBC’s "Today" show that rate of vaccinations has picked up steam compared to just a month ago. He anticipates the pace of vaccinations to only further increase...

  56. California's COVID-19 death toll edges past New York

    California has edged past New York in the grim statistic of the number of deaths due to COVID-19. Johns Hopkins University data reported Thursday shows California’s death toll has reached 45,496, surpassing New York’s toll of 45,312.

  57. Vaccinated people don't need to quarantine; US death rate down; LA to close vaccine sites because of shortage: Latest COVID-19 updates

    ...on Friday and Saturday, including the megasite at Dodger Stadium, because of a shortage of shots. Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the move in a video conference Wednesday, saying the city, among the hardest...

  58. Los Angeles to shut vaccination sites for lack of supply

    ...criticism over a vaccine rollout a lawmaker called “nothing short of chaotic." In a Wednesday briefing, Mayor Eric Garcetti said the city will exhaust its supply of Moderna first doses — two are required for...

  59. Germany to reopen schools, hairdressers as virus cases drop

    ...2021. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, center, Bavarian state governor Markus Soeder, right, and the Mayor of Berlin Michael Mueller, left, attend a news conference after a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin,...

  60. Newsom: California making huge progress in fight against COVID-19; five million people vaccinated so far

    California Governor Gavin Newsom says the state is making huge progress in its fight against COVID-19. As of Feb. 10 over five million people in the state have been vaccinated.

  61. Citi Field, home of New York Mets, opens as vaccination site

    ...of Queens, it will be for folks who take care of us and protect us and serve us as taxi drivers,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said after touring the vaccination site. “It’ll be the place for folks who work in...

  62. Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

    ...going fully remote last March have been heated amid debates worldwide over reopening schools. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot had warned teachers that they would be locked out of district systems if they didn't...

  63. Travelers to Maui must now download COVID-19 exposure notification app

    ...for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more. The County of Maui Public Health Emergency Rules and Mayor Michael Victorino have just made the previously voluntary use of the app mandatory for visitors. Inbound...

  64. Tampa’s Dem Mayor Vows To Use The Police To Go After Maskless SB Partiers

    ...devoted to those who had the audacity to party in Tampa during Super Bowl weekend maskless. Democrat Mayor Jane Castor said at a press conference yesterday, “I’m proud of our community, but those few bad actors...

  65. Cuomo says indoor restaurant dining in NYC can start Friday

    ...before the Valentine's Day opening he had announced earlier. Also on Monday, Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced separate plans to help revive the performing arts, a sector that, like restaurants,...

  66. Alabama begins expanded COVID-19 vaccinations on Monday

    ...People do not have to be UAB patients but must fall in the statewide eligibility group. Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin urged people in the city to get vaccinated. “We are not out of the woods yet. So...

  67. UK vaccine gambles paid off, while EU caution slowed it down

    ...the bloc’s adults vaccinated by the end of summer stands. For now, it leaves Catherine Moureaux, mayor of Brussels’ Molenbeek municipality, overseeing an empty vaccination center. But she’s not complaining....

  68. ‘Incredibly disappointing’: Tampa police respond to big Super Bowl party

    ...down.” Rapper 50 Cent also took part in a “wild” party Friday evening in the City of St. Petersburg. Mayor Rick Kriseman expressed that “this isn’t how we should be celebrating the Super Bowl.” In a press...

  69. Canada blocks cruise ships for a year, ending Alaska trips

    ...48 cruise ship passengers visiting southeast Alaska, Juneau-based Rain Coast Data reported. Juneau City Manager Rorie Watt said he was not surprised by the extended ban, although he thought it might last...

  70. The Latest: China gives broader approval for Sinovac vaccine

    The decision on the Sinovac vaccine was announced Saturday. It expands who can receive the vaccine beyond the high-risk and priority groups already allowed under an emergency clearance. The Sinovac vaccine has already been sold to at least 10 other...

  71. The Latest: NFL offers league's 30 stadiums for vaccinations

    The NFL is telling the federal government it will make the remaining of the league’s 30 stadiums available for COVID-19 vaccination sites. There are already seven NFL stadiums serving as vaccine sites. They are in Arizona, Atlanta, Baltimore,...

  72. The Latest: Spain surpasses 60,000 confirmed virus deaths

    The ministry reported 565 new deaths in the previous 24 hours, taking the total death count to 60,370 since the start of the pandemic. Those official figures don’t include what many experts consider a significant number of deaths that were never...

  73. The Latest: Czech Republic hits 1 million virus cases

    The Health Ministry said Wednesday that the day-to-day increase in new infections was 9,057 cases for a total of more than 1 million. The country of 10.7 million people has registered 16,683 deaths.

  74. The Biden administration will begin providing COVID-19 vaccines to U.S. pharmacies, part of its plan to ramp up vaccinations as new and potentially more serious virus strains are starting to appear.

    Coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zients said some 6,500 pharmacies around the country will receive a total of 1 million doses of vaccine. The number of participating pharmacies is expected to grow as drugmakers increase production, allowing more doses to...

  75. Does wearing two masks provide more protection?

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends wearing a cloth mask made with two or more layers, and ensuring it covers your nose and mouth. The agency says it should fit snugly so there aren't any gaps at the sides of your face.

  76. VIRUS TODAY: COVID-19 cases down as US ends deadliest month

    The deadliest month of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. has drawn to a close with certain signs of progress: COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are plummeting, as vaccinations are picking up. The question is whether the nation can stay ahead of...

  77. 'Streateries' are thriving, but only in some parts of D.C. Now Bowser wants to expand them.

    ...but only in some parts of D.C. Now Bowser wants to expand them. Back to Gallery Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser wants to expand street dining and allow public drinking in more parts of the nation's...

  78. Young, healthy get vaccine in St. Louis, prompting questions

    ...received vaccines at the event and later figured out they were not yet eligible under state guidelines. Mayor Lyda Krewson's spokesman, Jacob Long, said the city is looking into the concerns and said city leaders...

  79. Washington area vaccine rollout's grade is 'below an F'

    Multiple mishaps have mangled the region's rollout of vaccine doses that an exhausted citizenry expects will end the pandemic. The problems, also evident nationwide, add to the list of failures that the world's richest country has compiled in a year...

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