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As U.S. Tops 225,000 Deaths, Some Americans Wary of COVID-19 Vaccine Effects

The number of Americans that have died from the coronavirus passes a new milestone following a week that saw record high levels of new cases in the U.S. Some Americans have expressed concern over the side effects of potential vaccines, saying "we don't know enough." Plus, the latest on Europe's second wave of COVID-19; Americans worry about the rising work-from-home costs due to the pandemic; and why the U.S. doesn't have an at-home coronavirus test available.

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As U.S. Tops 225,000 Deaths, Some Americans Wary of COVID-19 Vaccine Effects

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