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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 12, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(No location given: John Torres) The education debate over reopening the schools during the coronavirus pandemic examined; scenes shown of a panel of doctors being asked what they would do. [Vanderbilt University professor of pediatric infectious diseases Dr. Buddy CREECH@, pediatric infectious disease physician Dr. Jennifer LIGHTER@, University of Vermont Children's Hospital Dr. William RASZKA@, Stanford University School of Medicine Dr. Yvonne MALDONASO@, pediatrician Dr. Shilpa PATEL@- offer views on children the disease, infection, how to reopen safely, whether they would send their kids to school.] The guidelines the five doctors agreed open outlined on screen.

Snow, Kate;
Torres, John

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