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Pfizer proposes expanding Covid-19 vaccine trial to include more diversity as race for a vaccine continues
State reports lowest number of COVID-19 hospitalizations since June
— A total of 831 people are reportedly hospitalized with the coronavirus in North Carolina. That is the lowest number of hospitalizations we’ve seen since June 15th. 91% of hospitals have reported numbers to the state today. The state has not highlighted any concerns over the accuracy of this number, though there were issues with incomplete hospitalization data earlier this month.
Published: 2020-09-13 17:21:00
Updated: 2020-09-13 17:28:29
Posted September 13, 2020 5:21 p.m. EDTUpdated September 13, 2020 5:28 p.m. EDT
You may have read that the planet Uranus is visible with the naked eye this week. This might be possible from a very dark location with very good eyesight, but for most of us this seventh planet from the Sun lost will be lost in the light pollution. Uranus is about 175 times dimmer than Mercury.
Thursday’s new Moon begins a new month for lunisolar calendars including the eighth month of the Chinese calendar, the second month of the Islamic calendar (Safar), and the first month of the Hebrew calendar (Tishri).
The NC Museum of Natural Sciences popular BugFest event continues online this year all week. Visit BugFest.org for a full list of programs including how NASA’s Earth-observing satellites are helping study mosquito-transmitted disease.
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Uranus, September 13, Sky, Solar System
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