U.S. coronavirus deaths projected to hit 180,000 by October

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The U.S. is projected to reach 180,000 COVID-19 deaths by the beginning of October, according to a new model released by the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. But as many as 33,000 lives could be saved if the majority of people start wearing masks. Dr. Bob Lahita joined CBSN to discuss that plus new research on possible brain complications from severe COVID-19 and other developments.

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