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The New York Times Graphics Department

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Joined on November 01, 2009
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Inside 100 Tweets

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Average retweets
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257
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277. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

688. in country United States and category Media

790. in category Magazines & Journals

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The virus tracking team at @nytimes launched a new project today to help translate Covid data into practical guidance for living during the pandemic. I’m really proud of the team for this huge effort (3k+ pages!), we hope it will be helpful for readers. https://t.co/whihNKBk1Q

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In a majority of U.S. counties right now, residents are at an extremely high risk of getting Covid-19, an analysis by The New York Times and public health experts shows. Here’s how to find practical advice based on where you live, and much more. https://t.co/AOiPnJk99J

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The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump begins today. Here’s where every senator stands on convicting the former president of "incitement of insurrection." https://t.co/MG43jEUVfq

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We're surveying every senator about their position on the article of impeachment. See all the responses here: https://t.co/umr4yXGsw8

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At the current pace, the U.S. will administer 100 million vaccine doses by April 17. But there is enough projected supply to reach that goal far sooner. https://t.co/eF2KOhdj54

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About 14.3 million people have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, far short of the goal federal officials set to give at least 20 million people their first shots before the end of 2020. https://t.co/SW4DOQd4sB

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The @nytimes's efforts to track the coronavirus pandemic in the United States have been awarded a 2020 Philip Meyer Journalism Award, which honors the year’s best work using social research and data journalism methods. https://t.co/bSI4FvNfs1

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Here is a clear and concise exploration of a coronavirus variant first reported in Britain. https://t.co/O4XB9J0JGl

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Nearly three-and-a-half hours after the first rioters broke into the Capitol building, it is finally declared secure. See many more details about the Capitol riot, here. https://t.co/19fAIBmZ99

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About 25 minutes after the mob breaks into the Capitol, the first rioters reach a rear door of the House chamber, where members soon begin evacuating. 
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About 25 minutes after the mob breaks into the Capitol, the first rioters reach a rear door of the House chamber, where members soon begin evacuating. https://t.co/19fAIBmZ99 https://t.co/wz8h2jGk1A

Just after 2 p.m., rioters make it inside the Capitol building. Moments later, Vice President Mike Pence is ushered off the Senate floor and Speaker Nancy Pelosi is removed from the House Chamber.
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Just after 2 p.m., rioters make it inside the Capitol building. Moments later, Vice President Mike Pence is ushered off the Senate floor and Speaker Nancy Pelosi is removed from the House Chamber. https://t.co/19fAIBmZ99 https://t.co/s9ydOuQayV

During Trump’s speech, he tells the rallygoers to head to the Capitol. A steady stream of them head down Constitution Ave.
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During Trump’s speech, he tells the rallygoers to head to the Capitol. A steady stream of them head down Constitution Ave. https://t.co/19fAIBmZ99 https://t.co/KIfP2ybq1S

Even as President Trump was still speaking near the White House, rioters were already outside the Capitol having the first violent clashes with police.
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Even as President Trump was still speaking near the White House, rioters were already outside the Capitol having the first violent clashes with police. https://t.co/19fAIBmZ99 https://t.co/BnCKlUqa6s

Here is a moment-by-moment look at some of the pivotal events on Jan. 6, when thousands of protesters flooded the Capitol grounds and many rioters came within steps of members of Congress, who were gathered to certify the presidential election results. https://t.co/19fAIBmZ99

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Intensive care units in the U.S. continue to have high occupancy rates. More than a fifth of hospitals with ICU beds reported that at least 95% of them were full. In the week ending Jan. 14, an average of 79% of ICU beds were occupied nationwide. https://t.co/ZOp5wPIoXO

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States continue to adjust their virus restrictions and mask mandates. Vermont has extended its state of emergency, which limits social gatherings and orders restaurants closed by 10 p.m. See what’s happening in your state. https://t.co/eJXpCDi0vY

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Switching to electric vehicles is one of the best way to curb greenhouse gas emissions, but electric cars have big price tags. The good news? Over time, electric vehicles can save drivers a lot of money compared to similar gas cars. Here’s how it works: https://t.co/prTUFLPQQs

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Ten Republicans broke with President Trump and voted “yes” on impeachment. See how each House member voted on Wednesday: https://t.co/5DXXqxC4kX https://t.co/lngDXc0dRy

Ten Republicans broke with President Trump and voted “yes” on impeachment. See how each House member voted on Wednesday: https://t.co/5DXXqxC4kX https://t.co/lngDXc0dRy

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NY AG is suing NYPD for excessive force at the protests last summer — we documented over 60 instances recorded on video here: https://t.co/yEvl1vXCQo https://t.co/qTRhjGhswv

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