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Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo tells TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones about a new $45 million jobs training program meant to help residents who have lost jobs due to the coronavirus get back to work. She also talks about the swift actions she took at the beginning of the pandemic, including partnering with CVS Health to keep the number of infections in her state low.