NewsNet 12 Oct 2020

New Measures as Europe Sees Rise in COVID-19 Cases


As the U.S. continues to deal with a rise in COVID-19, So is Europe.

And France, like much of the continent, is struggling to get control of an autumn surge in cases after a record-setting weekend.

NewsNet's Europe correspondent Ryan Thompson has more from Lyon, France.

CNN's Nick Watt reports on the spike in Covid-19 cases at colleges in 36 states and the FDA suggesting a coronavirus vaccine could be approved before their trials are over.
The U.S. set the highest seven-day case average Sunday as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the country with the death toll now at 225,000.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Sunday that Israel would go back into lockdown. The country has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases.

The CDC has published a new report that offers further insight into on populations most at risk from the coronavirus. Dr. Uché Blackstock joins CBSN to discuss the racial disparities, plus reasons behind the recent surge in cases nationwide, progress toward a vaccine, and updated guidelines for avoiding exposure.

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