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  • Pair of Kansas City Chiefs on COVID-19 list as Super Bowl week kicks off

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  • With coronavirus variant positives, Michigan pauses athletics

    The entire University of Michigan athletic department is pausing after several positive tests for the new COVID-19 variant that transmits at a higher rate.
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