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Coronavirus updates: Massive airline layoffs could begin today; Mississippi ends mask mandate in most places; India reports 86K new cases

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India is on track to surpass U.S. as the most-infected country. Layoffs could begin Thursday in airline industry. 206K US deaths. Latest COVID news.
 
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837,000 Americans applied for unemployment benefits for the first-time last week. This comes as airlines are laying off tens of thousands of workers.

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