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More than 2,100 COVID-19 deaths were reported in the U.S. on Thursday, the first day with more than 2,000 fatalities since March 5. In some parts of the South, ambulances are being forced to wait outside of packed hospitals for hours. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports for TODAY from Houston.