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Coronavirus / US / New Cases / Illinois / Masks #1265262

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 25, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Miami: Sam Brock) The rise in coronavirus cases reviewed; statistics cited from illinois, the Northeast. [Illinois health dir. Ngozi EZIKE%- cries about the death figures & all the sadness.] [Victim's WIFE, Michigan Governor Grethen WHITMER, MAN - comment on the virus situation.] The restrictions being considered by Wisconsin, Michigan discussed,

(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(New York airport: Kathy Park) The battle over masks as National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci suggests a national mask mandate examined; scenes shown of demonstrations in Florida & complaints in California. [On CNN, White House chief of staff Mark MEADOWS@- says we don't mandate masks because we live in a free society.] [Mayor of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Paul TEHAKEN@- backs masks.] [FAUCI - says maybe it should be mandated.] The case for masks from the CDC & studies noted. How some airlines are banning passengers not wearing masks discussed.

Snow, Kate;
Brock, Sam;
Park, Kathy

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