"Unfortunately, I think we expected to see the rise in deaths based upon what the month of November has brought us with numbers of new cases," said Dr. Mark Sannes, an infectious disease physician at Park Nicollet Health Services. David Schuman reports (1:54) WCCO 4 News At 10 - Nov. 27, 2020

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