Americans Remain Divided on the Threat of COVID-19

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As the number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. surges past 11 million and deaths top 250,000, Americans can't agree on where they stand with the pandemic. A new study reveals that the divide rests along partisan lines. Plus, the CDC warns against any Thanksgiving travel, Oxford scientists are "delighted" their COVID-19 vaccine shows promise in older adults, but say they're "not in a rush," and small towns in America have become the new face of the pandemic.

Americans Remain Divided on the Threat of COVID-19