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Coronavirus / US / New Cases, Hospitals #1278671

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 02, 2021
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(Studio: Whit Johnson) Report introduced.

(Santa Monica, California: Zohreen Shah) The concerns about holiday coronavirus super-spreader events & hospital problems featured; scenes shown of big parties in West Virginia, Mar-A-Lago, Florida, Los Angeles, field hospitals in North Carolina & Massachusetts; details given about the situation in California hospitals, the death of Fresno police officer Angel Fuentes; statistics on hospitalizations cited. [Los Angeles County public health dir. Dr. Barbara FERRER@, Fresno police Chief Andy HALL@, North Carolina resident Keith WALKER@, Mass Memorial Health CEO Dr. Eric DICKSON@, young victim's MOTHER - offer views on aspects of the coronavirus crisis.] The dire situation in California with the return of a hospital ship requested discussed.

Johnson, Whit;
Shah, Zohreen

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