What you need to know about COVID-19 before the July Fourth holiday

The coronavirus pandemic is still a thing. Here’s a refresher.

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Millions of Americans this week will travel for the Fourth of July holiday to gatherings with family and friends, while some may view the federal holiday as an excuse for a road trip, BBQ or just another day off work. The last thing most people want to do is think about COVID-19, but it's officially summer — and with the holiday approaching — it's a great time for a quick COVID-19 update.

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