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As global infections pass 40 million, the COVID-19 fight goes local
Whereas springtime brought blanket lockdowns, this 2nd wave has seen more nations and states opt for targeted measures to curb the coronavirus' spread.
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Tough restrictions hit Europe as COVID cases spike
As coronavirus cases are surging across Europe, the governments there are implementing new restrictions to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Coronavirus cases and deaths rising rapidly in America
Coronavirus infections are surging across several states — and the national trajectory is worsening. Lilia Luciano has the latest on the current outbreak.
Ski resorts can reopen in November with COVID restrictions, Cuomo says
The announcement comes one day after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a localized approach to deal with COVID-19 outbreaks.
Former NSA chief says Russia unlikely to try to change votes
Retired Admiral Mike Rogers said the Russians are more focused on using disinformation online to further divide the nation.
European cities impose new lockdowns to tamp down COVID-19
CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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President Trump carries on with rallies as health experts warn against large gatherings during pandemic
President Trump is holding rallies in Michigan and Wisconsin on Saturday, even as coronavirus cases surge in those states. Local officials and health experts pleaded for Mr. Trump to reconsider holding packed rallies during the pandemic, but they were ignored. Weijia Jiang reports.
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President Trump holds rally in Wisconsin as coronavirus cases surge
President Trump is holding a rally Saturday in Rock County, Wisconsin, where COVID-19 cases are spiking. In Wisconsin, 26% of tests have come back positive. Michael George reports.
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