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Did COVID-19 Reach the U.S. Weeks Earlier Than Scientists Thought?

A new governmental study reveals that the coronavirus was present in the U.S. weeks earlier than scientists and public health officials previously thought, and before cases in China were publicly identified. Plus, meet the person behind Operation: Warp Speed, Dr. Atlas resigns from the White House Coronavirus Task Force, and the EU eyes a Dec. 29 approval of a vaccine.

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Did COVID-19 Reach the U.S. Weeks Earlier Than Scientists Thought?
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    The coronavirus was present in the U.S. weeks earlier than scientists and public health officials previously thought, and before cases in China were publicly identified, according to a new government study published Monday. The virus and the illness that it causes, COVID-19, were first identified in …

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