The United States suffered more deaths from the coronavirus in January than any other month during the pandemic, with over 95,000 lives lost. And health experts are concerned about the spread of several new, more transmissible virus variants. John Moore,
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U.S. sees record COVID-19 deaths in January and variants are spreading
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