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Coronavirus updates: US death toll nears 200K; CDC's updated guidelines acknowledge danger of breath droplets

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California surpassed 15K deaths as the U.S. death toll moved closer to 200K. The CDC updated its guidelines on transmission. Latest COVID-19 news.
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