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Coronavirus / US / Surge / Wisconsin / Vaccines #1261562

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 01, 2020
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Green Bay, Wisconsin: Stephanie Ramos) The surge in coronavirus cases in many states featured; scenes shown from a crowded Wisconsin hospital; details given about the rise in cases among young adults, President Trump's plans to hold a rally there, on Moderna's vaccine schedule. [HSHS St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center chief nursing officer Ken NELSON@, Prevea Health physician Dr. Manar ALSHAHROURI@- comment on the hospital situation.] [Boston Mayor Marty WALSH@- speaks to young adults.] [Wisconsin coronavirus victim Dan UNRIGHT@, WIFE - talk about his symptoms.] [Local OFFICIAL - worries about Trump rallies.] [At the debate, TRUMP - says he speaks with vaccine making companies.] What Pfizer is saying about vaccine politics discussed.

Muir, David;
Ramos, Stephanie

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