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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 13, 2020
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Tonight, with a big spike in the number of corona virus cases, the CDC warns the deadly outbreak could continue into next year. Nearly 47,000 cases have been confirmed and more than 1,300 people have died. There have been no deaths here in the U.S., but as Carter Evans reports, we learned about a new patient today in San Antonio. The latest person to test positive was on this flight to Texas from the epicenter of the outbreak. Tonight, after the 15th case of Corona virus in the U.S., the CDC has...
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