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Travelling for Thanksgiving unlikely for Americans amid pandemic

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Miami (United States), Nov. 16 (EFE/EPA) - (Camera: Cristóbal Herrera) Cases of coronavirus in the United States have increased by one million in the last week, reaching 11 million this Sunday, with more than 145,000 deaths.FOOTAGE OF PEOPLE ATTENDING THE COVID-19 TESTING SERVICE AT THE HARD ROCK STADIUM AND CONVENTION CENTER IN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, USA

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