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CNN NEWSROOM
• WHO Reports Record Increase in Global Cases; Medical Experts Urge Shutting Down and Starting Over; Some U.S. States Seeing Steady or Falling Case Counts; PPE a Precious Resource as Doctors Adjust to New Reality; Bolivians Using Disinfectant as Treatment; Protests in Portland amid Rise in Tensions; Money and Power Causing Disparity in U.S. Virus Testing; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate in Houston. Aired 2-2:30a ET
• WHO Reports Record Increase in Global Cases; Some U.S. States Seeing Steady or Falling Case Counts; Medical Experts Urge Shutting Down and Starting Over; Protests in Portland amid Rise in Tensions; White House Glosses Over Trump's Reversals on Virus; Birx: Florida, Texas, California Like "Three New Yorks"; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate in Houston; Autistic Driver Out to Prove Everyone Wrong. Aired 3-4a ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising in Texas, California, Georgia, and Florida; Some Schools Providing Parents with Options for Virtual and In-Person Classes; Over Dozen Cities Including Baltimore Listed by White House Coronavirus Task Force as Having Troubling Numbers of Increased Coronavirus Cases; Memorial Service to be Held in Alabama for Late Congressman John Lewis; Civil Rights Icon Xernona Clayton Interviewed about Congressman John Lewis; Arizona Department of Education Yet to Release Plans on School Reopening; Judge in Michigan Keeps Teen in Juvenile Detention for Not Doing Online Schoolwork; First Storm of Season Hurricane Hanna Forms in Atlantic. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Administration Pushing For Schools To Reopen; More U.S. Companies Requiring Masks; COVID-19 Causes Long Illness In Some Healthy People; Protests In Portland Amid Rise In Tensions; U.S. Agents Secure Chinese Consulate In Houston; Virus Hits Health Care Hard In Australia's Victoria State; Brazilian President Bolsonaro Not Wearing Mask In Public. Aired 4-5a ET
• Arizona Reports 3,300-Plus New Virus Cases; Trump Administration Pushing For Schools To Reopen; Medical Labs Worldwide Racing To Find Vaccine, Treatment; Protests In Portland Amid Rise In Tensions; WHO Reports Record Increase In Global Cases; Virus Hits Health Care Hard In Australia's Victoria State; Mexico's Infections Increase Amid Conflicting Messages. Aired 5-6a ET
• Memorial Services Begin For Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis; Florida Reports 12,000 New Cases, Deaths Rise By 124; McConnell Warns Stimulus Package Could Take A Few Weeks; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Coronavirus Cases Continue Rising In States Across U.S.; CDC Releases Guidelines For Reopening Schools; Georgia Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Jon Ossoff Announces Wife Tested Positive For Coronavirus; Coronavirus Testing Site Set Up In Underserved Community In Southern California; Survey Indicates Effects Of Coronavirus For Those Infected Can Last Weeks; Memorial Service Held In Alabama For Late Rep. John Lewis. Aired 2-3p ET
• Hometown Memorial Service Underway For Rep. John Lewis; U.S. Deaths Top 1000-Plus For Fourth Straight Day; FDA Authorizes First Test For Asymptomatic COVID-19 Cases; Money And Power Behind Disparity In U.S. COVID Testing?; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight; Millions Face Uncertainty As $600 Unemployment Benefit Set To Expire. Aired 12-1p ET
• U.S. Tops 1,000 Daily Coronavirus Deaths For Fourth Day; Doctors In Texas Hotspot Overwhelmed By Tsunami Of Patients; Money And Power Causing Disparity In U.S. Virus Testing?; Sinclair-Owned TV Stations To Air Fauci Conspiracy Theory As White House Tries To Discredit Fauci; Dr. Fauci On White House Efforts To Discredit Him: Bad News To Do That; White House Denies Trump Has Reversed Course On Coronavirus Severity, Masks, Jacksonville Convention As His Poll Numbers Sink. Aired 3-4p ET
• U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Top 1,000 For Fourth Consecutive Day; New CDC Guidelines Strongly Favor Opening Schools; Legendary TV Host Regis Philbin Dies At 88; Poll: 23 Percent Of Americans Would Not Try COVID- 19 Vaccine; Former CDC Director: Important To Be Honest About Vaccine Risks; Mayor & Governor Battle Over Georgia's COVID-19 Response; Georgia Sets Single-Day Record With 4,813 New Cases; Georgia Senate Candidate Awaits Results After Wife Tests Positive For Virus. Aired 4- 5p ET
• Florida Surpasses New York In Total COVID-19 Cases; Texas Reports Second Highest Single-Day Death Toll Friday; Hurricane Hanna To Strike Southern Texas Today; Testing Delays Hobble Virus Response; Legendary T.V. Host Regis Philbin Dies At 88; Growing Coronavirus Cases, Fatalities Fuel Voter Mindset; Biden Could Win Electoral College By Triple Digits If Polls Hold; Honoring Civil Rights Icon, Rep. John Lewis. Aired 5-6p ET
• U.S. Deaths Top 1,000 For Fourth Straight Day; Georgia Sets Single-Day Record With 4,813 New COVID-19 Cases; Fauci Supports CDC's Guidelines To Send Kids Back To School; McConnell Warns Stimulus Package Could Take A "Few Weeks"; Hurricane Hanna About To Hit Texas; Brazil Reports 56,000 New COVID-19 Cases Overnight; Baseball Is Back With Cardboard Fans And Fake Crowd Noise. Aired 1-2p ET
• United States Tops 4.1 Million Coronavirus Cases; Hurricane Hanna Moves Toward Texas COVID-19 Hotspots; Regis Philbin Dies At 88. Aired 6-7p ET


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