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And tonight, we here at CBS News also find ourselves in the headlines. Two of our network's New York based employees have been diagnosed with coronavirus. They have our full support and those who worked closely with them have been asked to self quarantine. And our New York City Broadcast Center is close tonight in order for it to be cleaned. None of that, however, will change our commitment to report the news to you each night from here in Washington. And that includes the primetime address to t...
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