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In recent decades, more outbreaks have been caused by vaccine strains than by wild virus.
The coronavirus outbreak ranks second, at 20 percent, and those voters break 88 percent to 8 percent for Biden.
The outbreak, which began in a single housing unit, nearly tripled from 44 active cases two weeks ago to 160 earlier this week.
Kloecker said Germany informed China overnight of the outbreak, but declined to comment further.
The growing outbreak at the university comes as case numbers across Georgia continue to fall.
The metric measures how many community outbreaks have occurred within the past seven days.
Now that more data is available – and the number of outbreaks has gone up – they think the number may need to be revised.
UC San Diego is testing its sewage to monitor the spread of the coronavirus on campus and potentially catch outbreaks before they occur.
Hundreds of thousands of people may go dark for days while trapped indoors due to wildfire smoke and Covid-19 outbreaks.
Many regions manage outbreaks by dumping pesticides onto swarms from planes.

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