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What countries where coronavirus is surging have in common

Clip: 10/13/2020 | 7m 22s | Video has closed captioning.

The world is struggling to slow a new surge in the number of COVID-19 infections. The problem is especially pronounced in Europe, where France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom account for a large share of new cases. But the concerns about continuing spread are global. Amna Nawaz talks to global health expert Lawrence Gostin of Georgetown Law School about new hot spots and how to curb them.

Aired: 10/13/20

Rating: NR

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