Millions in California get stay-at-home order as cases surge l GMA

Across the country, more than 104,000 people are hospitalized as officials see the consequences of Thanksgiving gatherings.

158 people arrested for coronavirus violations at ‘massive underground party’ in LA County: Authorities:

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