UK COVID-19 variant rises to prominence in US, study finds

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According to a study published in the preprint server medRxiv, the COVID-19 variant — coined the B.1.1.7 variant — is doubling in the U.S. every 9.8 days. The study predicts that, by March, this variant will become the most common strain in the U.S.

As the COVID-19 pandemic nears its one-year mark, the coronavirus variant first detected in the United Kingdom has been rapidly spreading throughout the U.S., a recent study found.
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International hosts for international events: Euro 2020

Even if you don’t care about sports or athletics, you’ve probably heard about the massive and necessary cancellations and postponements of sporting events around the globe in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Maybe your family is at loose ends with nothing to watch because most, if not all, U.S. professional
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Sustainable hosting: tomorrow must change

Countries, especially those that are poorer or less developed, struggle to come up with the funds necessary to build the new stadiums and transportation networks that organizational bodies such as FIFA and the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, require.
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