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Americans travel for Thanksgiving despite COVID-19 warnings


San Francisco, Nov 25 (EFE / EPA) .- Millions of travelers in the United States wednesday ignored the warnings of health authorities to not travel before Thanksgiving festivities to curb the coronavirus pandemic.(Camera: JOHN MABANGLO)SHOT LIST: THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, US.

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