Coronavirus cases hit new records as Thanksgiving holiday looms
Coronavirus cases and deaths from the virus are rising in nearly all 50 states. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, health experts are concerned about college students bringing the virus home with them. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joins CBSN's Anne-Marie Green from South Bend, Indiana, to talk about the scramble to get the pandemic under control.
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