The U.S. reported 2,777 coronavirus-related deaths on Wednesday, according to NBC News tally, and the U.S. had nearly 205,000 new cases of Covid-19 on the same day. The Morning Joe panel discusses the latest virus statistics. Aired on 12/03/2020.
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