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In this case, we can create an oConditionGroup as part of the entityQuery, as well as adding additional conditions, sorts, and ranges:

$query = \Drupal::entityQuery('user');
$group = $query
  ->condition('created', '1262304000', '<')     // Jan 1, 2010
  ->condition('created', '1577836800', '>');    // Jan 1, 2020
$results = $query->condition($group)
  ->condition('status', 1)
  ->sort('created', DESC)

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