Washington Post
Washington Post 29 Nov 2020

With vaccines on the horizon, officials warn of surging cases, logistical hurdles


Leading U.S. health experts and political officials said Nov. 29 that coronavirus cases will surge more throughout the holiday season, but many Americans will be able to get vaccinated in 2021.

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