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(Studio: David Muir) A map of the states with rising hospitalization rates shown. Report introduced.
(Chicago: Alex Perez) The surge in coronavirus cases with more deaths featured; details given about restrictions on businesses in Chicago. [Illinois dept .of public health Dr. Ngozi EZIKE@- cites the case numbers.] [Northwestern Memorial Hospital Dr. John COLEMAN@- talks cases.] [Restaurant owner Rosemary SCIANNA@, Governor J.B. PRITZKER@- offer views on closings.] [In the hospital, Oklahoma patient Bethany WALTERS - comments on her sickness.] [In Utah, Intermountain Medical Center nurse Dani BEEBE@- worries about her patients.] [Utah parent Genevra PROTHERO@- says mothers are bypassing testing their school kids.] [Youngster Joshua SMITH, his MOTHER - comment on his virus case.] The resumption of vaccine trials noted.
- Muir, David;
- Perez, Alex
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