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Coronavirus / US / Second Wave #1261913

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 09, 2020
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(Studio: David Muir) The fears of s second wave of the coronavirus introduced; statistics cited.

(New York: Whit Johnson) The resurgence of the coronavirus in the Northeast as colder weather moves in featured; details given about the crackdown on hotpsots in New York City, deaths in a California nursing home. [White House coronavirus coordinator Dr. Deborah BIRX@- talks about the spread.] [New Jersey dept. of health commissioner Judith PERSICHILLI@- predicts a second wave.] [Billings Clinic, Montana, Christy BAXTER@- cites the challenge.] [Wisconsin survivor Lupita SALAS%- says she is reborn.] The CDC expansion of factors noted.

Muir, David;
Johnson, Whit

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