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Some forms of blue-green algae produce toxins that can sicken humans or animals that consume them in drinking water.
Since the pandemic reached the United States last winter, first responders have been transporting people sickened with the coronavirus to the hospital, entering infected homes with only the protection of masks and their own immune system.
In Marion County, Ohio, where an outbreak sickened more than 80 percent of inmates and 160 staff by the end of April, health officials traced around half of the county’s 112 cases outside of the prison back to it.
Barron praised his staff members, who have weathered unprecedented pressure and coronavirus outbreaks that have sickened at least 34 election employees.
PAIR OF GEORGIA RUNOFF RACES ARE RAZOR CLOSE WITH U.S. SENATE CONTROL AT STAKEFELICIA SONMEZ, COLBY ITKOWITZ, JOHN WAGNER, PAULINA FIROZI, AMY B WANGJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It hijacks your cells to do this—and that’s how it sickens you, by forcing your cells to make new viruses instead of what they should be doing.
The well closures may offer the utility protection from lawsuits by people claiming they have been sickened by contamination seeping from the coal ash ponds.
When the Hong Kong researchers compared the genetic sequences of the virus that sickened him in March and the one he had in August, they found differences at 24 positions.
Bats are thought to be the host for a number of relatively new viruses that can sicken people.
And, to do Robinson justice, this last thought made his heart sicken and his flesh creep more than all the rest.
His colour sicken'd more and more,He faded into age; And then his enemies beganTo show their deadly rage.

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