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Coronavirus / US / The Surge #1278700

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 03, 2021
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(Studio: Whit Johnson) The staggering surge of the coronavirus introduced; statistics on deaths & hospitalizations cited. Report introduced.

(New York: Trevor Ault) The post-holiday travel despite the surge in cases featured; scenes shown of partying in Miami; death statistics in California cited; details given about the numbers in New York state. [Flight attendant Anne CUFFSMITH@- comments.] [On "This Week," National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@, Dr. Peter CHIN-HONG@, Los Angeles Mayor Eric GARCETTI@- comment on the deaths from the virus.] [Survivor & wife Michael & Rosemary AREVELO@- talk about his hard recovery.]

Johnson, Whit;
Ault, Trevor

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