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L.A. COVID surge postpones Grammys

By Reuters
06 January 2021   |   8:47 am
The Grammy Awards ceremony due to take place on Jan. 31 has been postponed to March 14 because of the coronavirus surge in Los Angeles, organizers said on Tuesday. This report produced by Libby Hogan.

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