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STORIES OF LIFE IN A CHANGING WORLD
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Like all viruses, the coronavirus mutates. Above: In this depiction of the the South African coronavirus variant B.1.531, the thin yellow band around the rim of indicates a mutation site. The virus spike (red) is attaching to a human cell receptor (blue). Juan Gaertner hide caption

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People Are Talking About A 'Double Mutant' Variant In India. What Does That Mean?

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Some readers wrote to NPR with concerns about a whole slate of unusual conditions they've been noticing in the aftermath of their own vaccines. Carmen Martínez Torrón/Getty Images hide caption

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Funeral pyres for patients who died of COVID-19 are seen burning this week at a makeshift crematorium in New Delhi. Anindito Mukherjee/Getty Images hide caption

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How India Went From A Ray Of Hope To A World Record For Most COVID Cases In A Day

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How Do We Stop The Next Pandemic? Here's A New Strategy

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Climate activist Greta Thunberg, 18, is adding vaccine inequality to her agenda. In a speech on Monday, she said it was "unethical" to vaccinate young people in rich countries when health workers in low resource countries aren't yet inoculated. WHO/Screengrab by NPR hide caption

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Abraar Karan spent time in rural India in 2008 while working for Unite for Sight, a nonprofit group that provides eye care. Above: He interviews a woman about the challenge of living from severe cataracts. Daniel Carvalho hide caption

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You can do a lot of things with minimal risk after being vaccinated. Although our public health expert says that maybe it's not quite time for a rave or other tightly packed events. Above: Fans take photographs of Megan Thee Stallion at a London show in 2019. Ollie Millington/Getty Images hide caption

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In July, workers in the restaurant, food and alcohol industry took part in a nationwide protest against South Africa's liquor ban and other lockdown measures. Rodger Bosch/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why South Africa Banned Booze — And What Happened Next

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Medical first aid is actually not what we're focused on in this situation, says Ampara Vilasmil, a mental health activity manager for a camp set up by MSF in Montepuez. Most of the people that come to the camps are hungry and tired but physically fine. It's actually psychological first aid they need to help them deal with the trauma they've been through. Alfredo Zuniga/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dr. Anike Baptiste receives a dose of J&J from nurse Mokgadi Malebye at a Pretoria hospital last February. South Africa is one of the countries that announced a pause on the J&J vaccine while more research is done into potential blood clots that occurred in younger women after getting the vaccine. Phill Magakoe/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Ezhil Arasi (left) and Ranjith Kumar. The pandemic kept her from her pregnancy checkups. Their baby was born with an intestinal blockage that required surgery and died during the procedure. Doctors told Ranjith that if his wife had been examined regularly during her pregnancy, there could have been a different outcome. Ranjith Kumar hide caption

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Ranjith Kumar

Mumbai's grand Keshavji Nayak fountain towers above the street and serves as a place of respite for thirsty passers-by. It's one of dozens of ornate fountains in the city, built during the British colonial era. Viraj Nayar for NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: Mumbai Falls In Love All Over Again With Its Forgotten Fountains

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The usual side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine can range from a sore arm to flu-like symptoms. Or, if you're lucky, you won't get any side effects at all. Michele Abercrombie/NPR hide caption

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