Associated Press
Associated Press 13 Jan 2021

New York City reports 2 cases of UK virus variant

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says two cases of coronavirus with the United Kingdom variant have been reported in New York City, along with 10 other cases in the state. (Jan. 13)


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