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Inside the Illegal Underground Gyms of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Go behind the scenes as gym owners defy public health orders and open up in an attempt to remain in business. Plus, the U.S. seven-day case average neared 60,000, the highest since Aug. 3; two peer-reviewed studies revealed a sharp drop in mortality among hospitalized COVID-19 patients; AstraZeneca says it's close to restarting its U.S. vaccine trial; and the race to find a virus vaccine for kids is only just beginning.

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Inside the Illegal Underground Gyms of the COVID-19 Pandemic

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    Covid-19 hospitalizations continue to rise in several states, and Wisconsin is now using an overflow facility
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    Covid-19 hospitalizations continue to rise in several states, and Wisconsin is now using an overflow facility

    (CNN) — With the number of people with Covid-19 being admitted to hospitals rising, several states are looking at their supply of beds. On Wednesday, an overflow medical facility set up at the Wisconsin State Fair Park in the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis received its first patient. "We are thankful …

    Studies Point To Big Drop In COVID-19 Death Rates
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    Studies Point To Big Drop In COVID-19 Death Rates

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    Updated Oct. 26 at 6:11 p.m. ET Two new peer-reviewed studies are showing a sharp drop in mortality among hospitalized COVID-19 patients. The drop is seen in all groups, including older patients and those with underlying conditions, suggesting that physicians are getting better at helping patients …

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