US deaths from the virus neared the devastating milestone of 100,000 over the holiday weekend and US hospitalizations are ticking up again.
Burr stepped down as chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee last week after it surfaced that the FBI had seized a cell phone belonging to him.
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Nearly 98,000 people have died from coronavirus in the United States, more than a quarter of the global total, according to Johns Hopkins University.