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DC residents on 10 million US Covid cases and potential Pfizer vaccine

By Reuters
13 November 2020   |   9:00 am
Residents of Washington, DC, who are getting tested for Covid-19 at one of the city's free sites, react to the news of 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases in the US, as well as a potential vaccine from Pfizer testing more than 90 percent effective.

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