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Coronavirus / US / New Cases #1276758

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 27, 2020
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(Studio: Adriana Diaz) The milestone in the coronavirus crisis of 19 million confirmed cases in the deadliest month so far noted; statistics cited.

(Los Angeles: Lilia Luciano) What will happen next in the coronavirus surge featured; scenes shown of from the airports, California hospitals & the ball in New York City's Times Square; details given of flight restrictions from Britain. [National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@; on "Face the Nation," MAN - say it could get worse.] [Ill firefighter Matt EROCHI?- talks about his condition.]

Reporter(s):
Diaz, Adriana;
Luciano, Lilia
Duration:
00:00:10

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