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"Losing Las Vegas" shows the economic toll of COVID shutdown

CBS News Friday, 30 October 2020
This Sunday's episode of CBSN Originals, "Reverb | Losing Las Vegas," reveals the lingering impacts of the pandemic-related shutdown in a city many economists say will be one of the last to recover. CBSN Originals correspondent and executive producer Adam Yamaguchi joined CBSN's Tanya Rivero to talk about what they found.
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Leaving the Las Vegas tunnels: Beth Brower escapes underground hell

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