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Coronavirus / US / New Cases / New Variant / A Discussion #1276702

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 21, 2020
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(Studio: John Berman) The coronavirus milestone of 18 million coronavirus cases, deaths & hospitalizations & the new variant of the virus in Britain leading to flight bans introduced.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Baylor University's Dr. Peter Hotez & Biden coronavirus task force member Dr. Celine Gounder. [HOTEZ - offers views on the new variant with a lot of mutations that is outcompeting the other strains & what it means for the US, on the significance of public vaccinations for combatting "vaccine hesitancy".] [GOUNDER - offers views on the issue of a US travel ban on Britain, but there is much we need to look into: all options should be on the table, but enforcement of a quarantine is difficult.]

Berman, John

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