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- By Verywell
A survey of Verywell readers shows that the pandemic has made relationships better for 27% of people, and worse for an equal proportion of people. Consequently, nearly a third of people are skipping Valentine’s Day this year. Still, the holiday hasn't lost its luster for everyone, and the concept of gift giving can even be positive for your mental health.
- By Business Insider
Experts are split on whether to delay the second dose of COVID-19 vaccines to immunize more people. Prioritizing first doses means more vulnerable people get some protection, which could save lives. But doing so would increase the risk of more coronavirus mutations .
- By Health
With vaccinations on the rise, talk turns on how to safely reopen the country, especially schools. Throughout the U.S., teachers' unions are negotiating with school districts on how best to bring students back to class. Local governments are getting so frustrated about lengthy inaction that some are even suing the districts. Take a closer look at the reopening debate, what President Biden's position is, and how some of the largest school districts in the country are tackling this issue.
- By Health
The world must address the growing inequalities that have been exacerbated during the pandemic, especially when it comes to the coronavirus vaccine. These have always existed, but the virus has made it worse. Read how people are finding it difficult to get inoculated because of their age, how treatment varies by one's race, and how some countries are still waiting to receive their vaccine shipments.