Two people are dead after a stabbing homicide and an officer-involved shooting on Tallahassee’s Southside this morning.
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The U.S. hit a grim milestone on Wednesday — 100,000 people have died in this country from COVID-19. We reflect on this moment with three journalists in different regions of the country.
More than 60,000 health care workers have contracted the coronavirus, up from 9,000 in April. Workers say they face unnecessary risks because of ongoing shortages of protective gear like masks.
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Devin Francis, 44, a radiology technician in Miami, was months away from getting married when he died of COVID-19 in April. His daughter turned 11 this week.
Erlin Galarza, a New York City bus driver who sang in two choirs, died from COVID-19 at age 66. His wife says "he was born with music in his soul."