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The number of one-day airport security checks in the United States has reached the highest in more than 8 months.

A woman in the United States has been reunited with her biological mother 50 years later and has seen her mother on television since she was a child

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Recently, data released by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration showed that on the first Sunday after traditional holidays in the United States (November 29), more than 1.17 million passengers passed the security at all airports in the United States, the highest since mid-March.

In the face of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and public health experts have previously called on people not to travel or gather to celebrate during the Thanksgiving holiday to reduce the risk of transmission and infection, but these appeals have limited effect.

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said recently that the peak of holiday travel may lead to the worsening of the current epidemic, and the United States may usher in a more violent surge of cases in December.

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