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But cases could also go the other way, she said, because millions of people were forced to stay home while work and school were largely canceled. With the data reporting lags, it is still too early to tell, she noted, so the full impact from the Texas storm on case numbers will not be known for at least another week. Even then, Dr. Jetelina said, it will be hard to tell whether an uptick in cases is related to the storm or to new, more contagious variants — or to a combination of both. Although the average rate of daily new cases reported in Texas has returned to pre-storm levels, it remains about half of what it was in January. That broader decline mirrors the fall in cases nationally in recent weeks, as the average daily new cases in the United States hovers around 70,000 — far below its peak of 250,000 last month. The stories of people gathering together in desperate search of heat and water were ubiquitous across Texas. In San Antonio, Diana Gaitan had more water and power than her relatives did. So several of them ended up crashing at her home, she said while waiting in a food distribution line at the San Antonio Food Bank last weekend. At one point, there were a dozen people staying overnight in Ms. Gaitan’s home. Build Fly Crash Rebuild Aircraft Shirt, hoodie, tank top We were all stuck inside the house,” she said. A Palestinian woman receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine in the Old City of Jerusalem on Friday.
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— The Israeli government approved a measure on Sunday to vaccinate tens of thousands of Palestinian laborers, after facing fierce criticism over the small number of inoculations it had provided to Palestinians living under its military occupation. Israeli medical teams will soon begin vaccinating Palestinians who have permits to work in Israel or in settlements in the occupied West Bank, according to a statement by the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, the Defense Ministry unit that is responsible for liaising with the Palestinians. There are approximately 80,000 Palestinians who have permits to work in Israel, and about 30,000 who have permits for work in the settlements. Most are construction workers, but some have jobs on farms or in factories, stores, restaurants, and other workplaces. The tens of thousands of Palestinians who work in Israel without official documents would not be eligible for inoculations. A heated debate has raged for weeks over whether Israel bears responsibility for the health of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and the blockaded Gaza Strip. Human rights groups have argued that international law requires Israel to provide Palestinians with the same access to vaccines as its own citizens receive. But supporters of Israel’s policies have contended that the Palestinians assumed responsibility for health services when they signed the Oslo Accords in the 1990s. As of Sunday, Build Fly Crash Rebuild Aircraft Shirt, hoodie, tank top the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank has received 2,000 doses from Israel and 10,000 from Russia, according to Palestinian officials. Israel has put the number of doses it sent at 2,200 and promised to hand over another 3,000. The Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip has obtained 20,000 doses from the United Arab Emirates and 2,000 from the Russian shipment to the Palestinian Authority. Olympic Rings and the Japanese flag outside the Olympic Museum in Tokyo last August.
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Images In the final months before this summer’s Tokyo Olympics, organizers and government health officials are grappling with how best to address vaccinations for athletes. How they proceed could determine whether the Olympics unfold as a cathartic mass celebration of international sports or a monthlong global super-spreader event. A foremost challenge is a bioethics. In any other year, the athletes — young, healthy, and obviously very fit — would be ushered to the back of the line. But after Japan’s rising case counts forced many of the country’s largest cities into a state of emergency last month, the question has become rather more vexing. A growing number of countries, a group as diverse as India, Hungary, and Israel, have announced that they will push their Olympians to the front of their vaccination lines. Mexico’s president this month placed his country’s athletes in a priority group alongside medical workers and teachers. Lithuania began administering vaccine shots to its Olympians weeks ago. But in countries including the United States, Britain, and Italy, there is opposition to the idea that athletes should be given priority, as a counter to their duty to be role models.