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MSNBC 21 Oct 2020

Dr. Inglesby: 'A Very Dangerous Time Ahead' Due To The Renewed Surge In Covid-19 Cases

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Dr. Tom Inglesby shares his concern over the rising number of Covid-19 cases, says "I am worried cases will keep going up [and] mortality will begin to climb." Aired on 10/21/2020.


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