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Coronavirus pandemic: Officials urge Americans to stay home for Thanksgiving

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Officials pleaded with Americans to stay at home and redouble efforts to curtail the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, defending unpopular public health measures as record hospitalizations pushed medical professionals to the brink.

Added on the 25/11/2020 11:35:26 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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