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ABC News 15 Nov 2020

New evidence suggests COVID-19 remains unchecked in many communities


Hospitalizations in the U.S. have now spiked to record highs with the death toll now following.

Ontario recorded more than 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the first time on Sunday. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch says the province's seven-day average of case counts is 'moving in the wrong direction.'

New U.S. pandemic Covid-19 cases have increased to a one day record high, as nations such as China have had fewer cases total since the discovery of the virus, than this single highest day of new infections in America on record. Pandemic expert Laurie Garrett joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss.
Minister of Procurement Anita Anand says Canada will see the first delivery of newly approved rapid COVID-19 tests next week.
CGTN's Roee Ruttenberg and Dr.Georges Benjamin, the Executive Director of the American Public Health Association, discuss COVID-19 cases spiking in the U.S.

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