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A number of communities across the country are holding in-person graduation ceremonies despite the coronavirus pandemic, causing concern in the wake of the highest single day of new cases yet worldwide, most in the United States. Guidelines for reopening houses of worship are being delayed due to disagreement between the White House and the CDC. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY from Coral Gables, Florida.