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CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 04, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The facts about how so many people know someone who died from coronavirus featured; details given about Conrad Buchanan, Ellen Shriner, Ron Golden, ho died & Riley Behrens@, who survived. [BEHRENS - says the virus is so unpredictable.] [National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@- talks about the surge after Thanksgiving.] New CDC guidelines on mask wearing outlined; death graphs shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with CNN's University of Washington Inst. for Health Metrics & Evaluation dir. Dr. Chris Murray about projections. [MURRAY - offers views on a projected death toll by April 1: a long passage ahead with vaccines not dealing with the winter surge, on how states like California & Minnesota have taken actions, how vaccines will get us back to normal by summer, on how COVID is now the leading cause of death this week, on when vaccinations will start but we need to double out efforts, on reasons for using masks inside the house.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Gupta, Sanjay

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