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Coronavirus News:
*Labor Day parties, crammed beaches bring concerns about virus spread!
* Virus fatigue is risk as US heads into fall, ex-FDA head says

Beachgoers pack the sands of Daytona Beach on Saturday.
Beachgoers pack the sand of Daytona beach, FL on Saturday. Credit: Nigel Cook, News-Journal.


Labor Day parties and crammed beaches bring concerns about coronavirus spread

Health experts warn Labor Day actions could worsen coronavirus pandemic

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Virus fatigue is risk as US heads into fall, ex-FDA head says

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Posted by Steve on September 8, 2020 at 12:15 am | Permalink

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