US continues to deal with scars of 1st year of coronavirus pandemic

The U.S. is the country that has been most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the past year since it was officially declared.

No other country has more confirmed cases, more deaths or hospitalizations and few nations have been divided in how to respond.

Jackson Proskow takes a look at how states are one year later rushing to reopen once again and what’s next for the country as more than two million people are being vaccinated every day.

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