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Across the U.S. hospitals are being pushed to the brink dealing with the growing Covid-19 death toll as omicron rips through most of the country. However, as NBC News’ Pricilla Thompson explains, new data from New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia suggests promising signs the variant is turning the corner.