CNN 18 Nov 2020

'Can you believe that?': See Gupta's stunning Covid-19 chart


Dr. Sanjay Gupta shows that Covid-19 deaths in North Dakota and South Dakota have now surpassed South Korea despite a substantially smaller population.

Paul Finebaum and Heather Dinich detail the news that the Wisconsin football team has paused all team-related activities for at least seven days because of an increased number of COVID-19 cases, causing the No. 9 Badgers' game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers to be canceled.

A new poll from Leger suggests Canadians are growing less supportive of making a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory when one becomes available.

The Paris area of Montmartre is known for its artists and cabarets, dating back to the days when it was a haven for the likes of Van Gogh and Picasso. It's normally packed with tourists but since Covid-19 arrived, cultural life is suffering. The street artists in the famous Place du Tertre have lost most of their customers and the annual wine celebrations to mark the harvest had to be cancelled. Eve Jackson meets the people trying to keep the legendary area alive. She also visits the city's largest vineyard and discovers the little-known place where Paris wine is made. 
Canada's vast arctic territory of Nunavut has gone into a two-week lockdown after a surge in COVID-19 infections there.
The first case was reported at the beginning of November.
But this week, the figures doubled overnight, reaching 70 on Wednesday.
The majority are in the hamlet of Arviat, a community of fewer than 3,000 people.
Most of whom are Indigenous Inuit.
They are already vulnerable, with few jobs, expensive housing and minimal health services.

Al Jazeera's Alexandra Byers spoke to Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq to find out how bad things could get.

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