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Coronavirus / US / Lockdowns #1272724

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 06, 2020
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) The sweeping lockdown in California due to cases of the coronavirus introduced; death statistics cited. Report introduced.

(Worcester, Massachusetts: Stephanie Ramos) The stay-at-home restrictions in California, the situation in New York City & a coronavirus review featured; statistics on deaths cited. WOMAN; in Los Angeles, ABC's Zohreen SHAH, restaurant Pineapple Hill Grill & Saloon owner Angela MARSDEN@, L.A. Mayor Eric GARCETTI@, Ballad Health RN Emily EGAN@; in Texas. parents died, the de LEONS - offer views on aspects of the coronavirus crisis.] The treatment of patients in a field hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts, discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Ramos, Stephanie

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