On January 9, 2020, on the “CBS Morning News,” Anne-Marie Green reported about a new virus, related to SARS, that was possibly responsible for
Little did we know what that news meant for the world back then. With just a few days left in this one-of-a-kind year, correspondent Lee Cowan takes a quick look back …
COVID reared its head in January.was a Washington State man who had travelled from the city of Wuhan in China, where it all started.
February was consumed with acquitted by the Senate of charges of .. He was eventually
In March it was back to COVID. The World Health Organization, and .
Tensions over COVID took center stage in April, whento protest stay-at-home orders.
In May the nation’s focus shifted to justice and inequality, after, sparking .
In June a peaceful protest near the White Housein order to allow President Trump to pose outside a church holding a Bible.
We got a bit of normalcy in July, when, in front of cardboard cut-outs, but it was better than nothing.
As if 2020 weren’t hard enough, Hurricane Laura slammed into the Louisiana Gulf Coast in August – it was one of 12 named storms to hit the United States this season.
September saw the makeup of the highest court in the land change, with, and to replace her.
Mercifully, the year ended with some positive news on COVID:, much-needed shots-in-the-arm that will continue far into the New Year.
Story produced by Julie Kracov. Editor: Chad Cardin.