Chaos continues at Kabul’s airport as thousands of Americans and Afghans try to flee | ABC News

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Five days after the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, chaos continues at Kabul’s airport as thousands of Americans and Afghans try to flee.

Plus, U.S. COVID-19 hospitalizations are now at their highest since January, as the more contagious Delta variant takes hold.

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