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ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 01, 2021
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(Studio: Whit Johnson) The coronavirus milestone of 20 million cases noted Report introduced.

(Santa Monica, California: Kaylee Hartung) The New Year's Eve crowds despite the warning against gatherings as coronavirus cases still rise reviewed; scenes shown of New Year's Eve partying in Texas & southern California, an Oregon protest over shutdowns; details given about more variant cases, the dire situation in California hospitals. [National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@- says the variant is inevitable.] [Cedars-Sinai Hospital nurses Latoya SENIOR@, Scott BRICKNER@; in Utah, Intermountain Riverton Hospital Dr. Dean MAYER@- offer views on the crisis situation in the hospitals.] The deaths in Los Angeles of people without underlying conditions discussed.

Johnson, Whit;
Hartung, Kaylee

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