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Fauci troubled by virus surge in U.S. states

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Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday there are early signs that a coronavirus outbreak could be brewing in Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. Fauci expressed concern about those US states that are starting to see a rise in case numbers. (July 28)
 
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Dr Anthony Fauci said there are early signs that a coronavirus resurgencecould be developing in Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. The leadinginfectious diseases expert expressed concern about those US states that arestarting to see a rise in case numbers.

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