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Monday March 1st, 2021 2:54AM

AP Health - Women's health

New Mexico Legislature moves to preserve abortion rights
A bill to shore up abortion rights in New Mexico by overturning a dormant 1969 ban on most abortion procedures has been approved by the Democrat-led Legislature
7:48PM ( 1 week ago )
South Carolina abortion law suspended 1 day after passage
South Carolina's new law banning most abortions has been suspended by a federal judge on its second day in effect
3:14PM ( 1 week ago )
S Carolina's abortion ban suspended a day after becoming law
South Carolina's new law banning most abortions has been suspended by a federal judge on its second day in effect
2:36PM ( 1 week ago )
South Carolina's abortion law challenged in court on 2nd day
South Carolina's new law banning most abortions is being challenged in court on its second day in effect
11:20AM ( 1 week ago )
The Latest: Nevada has 1st confirmed case of SAfrica variant
Nevada health officials have confirmed the state’s first known case of a coronavirus variant that was originally identified in South Africa
8:14PM ( 1 week ago )
The Latest: Georgia to open 4 COVID-19 vaccination sites
Georgia is opening up four mass vaccination sites to inoculate people against COVID-19, with locations chosen to try to increase the lagging share of Black and Latino residents who are getting the shots
6:14PM ( 1 week ago )
The Latest: Algeria to start producing Russian vaccine
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune says his country will start producing Russia’s Sputnik-V coronavirus vaccine in six or seven months
5:04PM ( 1 week ago )
The Latest: Deal to get 1.1B vaccines to over 190 nations
Vaccine developer Novavax has agreed to provide 1.1 billion doses of its experimental COVID-19 vaccine for use in more than 190 low- and middle-income countries
4:38PM ( 1 week ago )
The Latest: Drug companies start pregnancy vaccine study
Drugmaker Pfizer and German parterner BioNTech have started a nine-country study of their COVID-19 vaccine in pregnant women
3:02PM ( 1 week ago )
Black Savannahians haunted by memory of mosquito experiment
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Black Americans are more hesitant than whites to take the COVID vaccine. Reasons for that hit close to home in Savannah, and include a classified military operation in the 1...
12:01AM ( 3 weeks ago )