Ernie Pyle columns available to commemorate end of World War II

September 2 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. To help mark this historic milestone, the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum in Dana, Indiana, is sharing four of the Pulitzer Prize winning war correspondent’s columns for possible inclusion in the nation’s newspapers. It’s a reminder to all of the ultimate sacrifice made by so many Americans to maintain the freedoms we enjoy.
The four columns included in the package are:

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To help reporters make sense of what’s known and yet to be learned about COVID-19 vaccines, Journalist’s Resource asked for insights from several people with expertise studying or reporting on vaccines: Howard Bauchner, editor in chief of the academic journal JAMA; Helen Branswell, senior infectious diseases and global health reporter for the online news outlet STAT; Paul Offit, the director of the Vaccine Education Center and an attending physician in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Zachary Brennan, a reporter with POLITICO Pro with years of

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The number of individuals who have tested positive and those who have died of the coronavirus. Patients hospitalized and those in ICU. Confirmed cases broken down by gender, ethnicity and county of residence. The tally of businesses that have closed. The rising unemployment totals. Terms of financial assistance programs available at federal, state and local levels. Bankruptcy and foreclosure totals.