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Coronavirus / US / Lockdowns #1272738

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 06, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Meagan Fitzgerald) The status of the coronavirus Pfizer vaccine in the US & Britain & cases continue to rise with a stay-at-home lockdown coming in California featured; details given of some counties refusing enforcement. [Governor Gavin NEWSOM, restaurant Pineapple Hill Grill & Saloon owner Angela MARSDEN@, stylist Nadirah VOLPE@, Riverside County Sheriff Chad BIANCO@, MAN, White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah BIRX@; father died of coronavirus Barbara ZEMAN@- offer views on aspects of the coronavirus crisis.] Map shown of states adding restrictions outlined on screen. The improvements in California due to restrictions could be seen noted.

Snow, Kate;
Fitzgerald, Meagan

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