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  2. ‘It has not gone away’: As COVID-19 cases rise in Colorado, health experts call for continued vigilancewww.denver7.com
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  8. Latest Tour de France rider impacted by COVID after dropping all protocols this yearas.com
  9. Study: Long-term post-COVID altered sense of smell in healthcare workers commonwww.cidrap.umn.edu
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  11. 'Playing COVID roulette': Some infected by FLiRT variants report their most unpleasant symptoms yetwww.latimes.com
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  13. New COVID-19 strains are slamming California amid extreme heat, wildfireswww.sfgate.com
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  16. CDC Recommends Updated 2024-2025 COVID-19 and Flu Vaccines for Fall/Winter Virus Seasonwww.cdc.gov
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