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PBS NewsHour | Clip | Court rules against El Paso shutdown as COVID-19 cases soar

A state appeals court ruled in favor of a group of local restaurants in El Paso, Texas, and halted the shutdown of nonessential businesses that was scheduled to last until December 1. The decision came as El Paso recorded 1,488 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. Angela Kocherga, news director from NPR station KTEP, joins from El Paso to discuss.

0:04:28 | AIRED: 11/14/2020 |
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