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FILE - In this file photo dated Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021, a worker in protectively overalls and carrying disinfecting equipment walks outside the Wuhan Central Hospital where Li Wenliang, the whistleblower doctor who sounded the alarm and was reprimanded by local police for it in the early days of Wuhan's pandemic, worked in Wuhan in central China. A lengthy written report published Thursday March 25, 2021, from a team of international and Chinese scientists on a joint mission to Wuhan aims to help unearth the origins of the coronavirus since it was first detected in China more than a year ago.

1 report, 4 theories: Scientists mull clues on virus’ origin

FILE - In this file photo dated Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021, a worker in protectively overalls and carrying disinfecting equipment walks outside the Wuhan Central Hospital where Li Wenliang, the whistleblower doctor who sounded the alarm and was reprimanded by local police for it in the early days of Wuhan's pandemic, worked in Wuhan in central China. A lengthy written report published Thursday March 25, 2021, from a team of international and Chinese scientists on a joint mission to Wuhan aims to help unearth the origins of the coronavirus since it was first detected in China more than a year ago.

March 25, 2021, 8:00am Health

GENEVA — A team of international and Chinese scientists is poised to report on its joint search for the origins of the coronavirus that sparked a pandemic after it was first detected in China over a year ago — with four theories being considered, and one the clear frontrunner, according… Read story

The new large-scale vaccination site at Tower Mall is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations by appointment only, as seen on Friday morning, March 5, 2021.

Tower Mall COVID-19 vaccination site prioritizing second doses

The new large-scale vaccination site at Tower Mall is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations by appointment only, as seen on Friday morning, March 5, 2021.

March 24, 2021, 4:52pm Clark County Health

Over the next three weeks, Clark County's COVID-19 vaccination site at Tower Mall in Vancouver will prioritize giving second doses to people who received their first dose at the site. Read story

Tram Nguyen, an intern with Safeway, foreground, prepares doses of COVID-19 vaccine for visitors in line such as Peggy and Bob Swenson of Camas, background, at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds on Tuesday morning, January 26, 2021.

Melnick: Make anyone 16 and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

Tram Nguyen, an intern with Safeway, foreground, prepares doses of COVID-19 vaccine for visitors in line such as Peggy and Bob Swenson of Camas, background, at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds on Tuesday morning, January 26, 2021.

March 24, 2021, 4:32pm Clark County Health

On Wednesday evening, Washington formalized a directive from President Joe Biden to make all adults eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine by May 1, but Clark County’s top health official thinks the state should discuss accelerating that timeline. Read story

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Clark County reports 44 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths on Wednesday

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March 24, 2021, 1:52pm Clark County Health

Clark County recorded 44 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths in the latest data released Wednesday by Clark County Public Health. Read story

FILE - In this March 23, 2021, file photo, Anita Shetty, left, vaccinates Doris Lucas with a Pfizer vaccine in Atlanta. More than three months into the U.S. vaccination drive, many of the numbers paint an increasingly encouraging picture as dozens of states have thrown open vaccinations to all adults or are planning to do so in a matter of weeks.

Brighter outlook for US as vaccinations rise and deaths fall

FILE - In this March 23, 2021, file photo, Anita Shetty, left, vaccinates Doris Lucas with a Pfizer vaccine in Atlanta. More than three months into the U.S. vaccination drive, many of the numbers paint an increasingly encouraging picture as dozens of states have thrown open vaccinations to all adults or are planning to do so in a matter of weeks.

March 24, 2021, 9:45am Health

More than three months into the U.S. vaccination drive, many of the numbers paint an increasingly encouraging picture, with 70% of Americans 65 and older receiving at least one dose of the vaccine and COVID-19 deaths dipping below 1,000 a day on average for the first time since November. Read story

Carcinogen found in hand sanitizers that plugged pandemic gap

March 24, 2021, 8:38am Health

Some widely available hand sanitizers that American consumers snapped up last year to ward off coronavirus infection contain high levels of a chemical known to cause cancer, a testing firm’s analysis found. Read story

Daniel Salazar Mollinedo, patient care coordinator at the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington, walks through the front door of the building after putting his mask on.

Free Clinic of Southwest Washington employee helps Latino community navigate health care

Daniel Salazar Mollinedo, patient care coordinator at the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington, walks through the front door of the building after putting his mask on.

March 24, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Health

Ever since I can remember, I've wanted to become a physician. I've always had an interest in medicine. Read story

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Clark County records four new COVID-19 deaths, 39 new cases on Tuesday

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March 23, 2021, 12:12pm Clark County Health

Clark County recorded four new deaths from COVID-19 and 39 new cases Tuesday as the county’s infection rate rose slightly in data from Clark County Public Health. Read story

FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 file photo, a health worker holds a vial of the AstraZeneca vaccine to be administered to emergency services personnel during a mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign at Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain. AstraZeneca's release of encouraging data about its coronavirus vaccine from its U.S. trial raised hopes that the drug company could bury doubts about the shot and put a troubled rollout behind it. But just hours later, U.S.

Reputation of AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine marred by missteps

FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 file photo, a health worker holds a vial of the AstraZeneca vaccine to be administered to emergency services personnel during a mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign at Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain. AstraZeneca's release of encouraging data about its coronavirus vaccine from its U.S. trial raised hopes that the drug company could bury doubts about the shot and put a troubled rollout behind it. But just hours later, U.S.

March 23, 2021, 8:41am Business

LONDON — AstraZeneca’s release Monday of encouraging data about its coronavirus vaccine from its U.S. trial raised hopes that the drug company could put a troubled rollout behind it. But just hours after its announcement, American officials issued an unusual statement expressing concern the company had included “outdated information” from… Read story

FILE - In this Monday, March 22, 2021 file photo medical staff prepares an AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine during preparations at the vaccine center in Ebersberg near Munich, Germany. Results from a U.S. trial of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine may have used "outdated information," U.S. federal health officials said early Tuesday March 23, 2021.

U.S.: AstraZeneca results may have included outdated info

FILE - In this Monday, March 22, 2021 file photo medical staff prepares an AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine during preparations at the vaccine center in Ebersberg near Munich, Germany. Results from a U.S. trial of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine may have used "outdated information," U.S. federal health officials said early Tuesday March 23, 2021.

March 23, 2021, 8:20am Business

WASHINGTON — Results from a U.S. trial of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine may have included “outdated information” and that could mean the company provided an incomplete view of efficacy data, American federal health officials said early Tuesday. Read story