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"Public health" emerged as a top narrative from news sources today. The phrase, which has been a staple of outlets since the outbreak of coronavirus, rose once again in national news. The Associated Press was the first amplifier of this narrative's most recent spike, as they and most prominent nationally-recognized sources discuss the ongoing implications of the virus.
"Public health" is receiving special media attention during holiday season, as some sources believe it to be crucial moment in curtailing coronavirus' spread, while other sources praise the advent of several vaccines that seem to be on the cusp of providing relief to the United States.
Below is our amplification graph of this trend.
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