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What COVID-19 cases after Capitol lockdown say about the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine

House Democrats are raising concern over safety measures on Capitol Hill after three lawmakers tested positive for COVID-19 following last week's deadly assault. All three had received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in recent weeks. Dr. Leo Nissola, a medical expert and immunotherapy scientist, joined CBSN to discuss what this tells us about the protection of a single jab.
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Bruce Kirby, ‘Columbo’ and ‘LA Law’ actor, dead at 95
His son, John Kirby, confirmed his death in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
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Revoking Trump's Military Transgender Ban Isn't Enough | Opinion
We need a sweeping Equality Bill, now.
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Hammer attack suspect freed after victim refuses to testify without a mask
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Newark and New Jersey officials reach settlement in yearslong lawsuit over lead contamination of city drinking water
The city of Newark, New Jersey, resolved yearslong litigation Tuesday in connection to its water crisis, in which city drinking water was contaminated with illegally high levels of lead.
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States report coronavirus vaccine shortages as Americans wait for shot
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De Blasio, council aim to kick restaurants while their down
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Teacher never misses class, even during chemotherapy
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One-third of NYC hotel rooms have been wiped out by COVID-19 pandemic
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Biden unveils plan to boost COVID vaccine supply amid lagging rollout
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Congressman Andy Kim on his experience with anti-Asian racism during pandemic
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Cicely Tyson chronicles nearly a century of life, career in new memoir 'Just As I Am'
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California unemployment fraud scandal grows to $11 billion, with another $20 billion under scrutiny
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Mental health experts warn of isolation's devastating effects amid pandemic
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City Hall drops the ball on teacher vaccinations
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Judge in George Floyd trial denies request to use 16 past incidents as evidence against former Minneapolis police officers
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Letters to the editor — Jan. 27, 2021
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Deadly tornado strikes Alabama as severe storms sweep across U.S.
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Democrats weighing whether to call witnesses for trial
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How Biden plans to ramp up COVID-19 vaccinations
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Agent Fired from Literary Agency for Using Parler and Gab
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Rubio doubles down on criticism of Trump impeachment trial: 'It's not even constitutional'
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., doubled down Tuesday on statements he made over the weekend calling next month's impeachment trial of former President Trump "stupid".
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Butterfinger teases possible peanut butter release: 'Maybe sometime in the future'
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2021 Super Bowl: How to Watch on Amazon Fire TV
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Leahy hospitalized for observation after feeling ill
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Nobody voted into Baseball Hall of Fame: Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Curt Schilling have one more year
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Ex-Laker Pau Gasol remembers Kobe Bryant on first anniversary of death
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Bed Bath & Beyond is having a huge winter clearance sale—here's what to shop
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