Contact tracing tracks people who test positive and anyone they've come in contact with. It was challenging even when stay-at-home orders were in place, but it's exponentially more difficult now.
By PBS NewsHour
At least six states have reported a record increase in COVID-19 cases as the total number of cases in the U.S. nears 2.5 million. Some states, like Florida, which saw more than 9,500 new cases Saturday morning, are rolling back…
By Jeffrey Collins, Associated Press
The state now has the fourth-highest new infection rate in the nation when adjusted for population, trailing just Arizona, Arkansas and Alabama.
By Paul J. Weber, Andrew DeMillo, Associated Press
Utah and Oregon have hit the pause button, putting any further reopenings of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases. But there is no turning back in such states as Texas, California, Arkansas and Arizona despite flashing…
By Associated Press
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that restaurants must place outdoor tables 6 feet apart, all staff must wear face coverings, and customers must also wear covering when not seated.
By Laura Santhanam
While job losses show signs of slowing down, experts say the pandemic’s lingering long-term effects on the economy could play out for decades.
Trump is expected to participates in a roundtable with industry executives on reopening the country on May 29.
By Carolyn Thompson, Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York City is on track to begin reopening June 8 as the state gradually loosens restrictions put in place during the coronavirus crisis.
The House Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis will hold a briefing May 29 with mayors across the country to speak about their need for federal support as they begin to reopen their economies amid the pandemic.
By Associated Press
New York City businesses that try to reopen before coronavirus restrictions are lifted will face fines starting at $1,000, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.
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