Most Americans Support COVID Restrictions : Politics Podcast Demonstrations supported by national conservative groups have begun to spring up across the country. They are protesting the severe restrictions that public health experts say are necessary to prevent thousands of additional deaths from the coronavirus outbreak.

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Despite Protests, Most Americans Still Support Coronavirus Restrictions

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Despite Protests, Most Americans Still Support Coronavirus Restrictions

Despite Protests, Most Americans Still Support Coronavirus Restrictions

Despite Protests, Most Americans Still Support Coronavirus Restrictions

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Demonstrations supported by national conservative groups have begun to spring up across the country to protest the severe restrictions that public health experts say are necessary to prevent thousands of additional deaths from the coronavirus outbreak.

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