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Text from Gabby Vukelic from Newsday, host of Tracking the Coronavirus

Text from Gabby Vukelic from Newsday, host of "Tracking the Coronavirus"

Good morning, It’s Gabby from Newsday. Last week I texted you all asking who is planning to drive upstate to get their vaccine. Thanks to everyone who replied - we did a story on this featuring some of you guys so give it a read. Stay safe and warm today! https//

Aiden Wall, host of "1MTS INSTANT UPDATES"

Text from Aiden Wall, host of "1MTS

How is everyone DOING this fine TUESDAY!!! Ya'll wanna see what the first minute of an episode might look like BEFORE we cut it down to a minute??

Well, do I have the treat for you. Link to follow for an EXCLUSIVE Subtext UNCUT Episode!!!

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