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Tonight, the Corona virus has hit home for us. It has taken a beloved member of our CBS News family, Maria Mercader. We ask Anthony Mason to tell you about her. If those of us on camera are the faces of CBS News, Maria Mercader was this organization's heart, soul and spirit in a career that spanned more than three decades. Maria rose from page to Emmy, award winning producer to top executive. She helped guide our coverage of some of the biggest stories of our times from the September 11th attack...
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