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Reopening in the United States continued as the death toll passed 101,000 and infections jumped in some parts of the country.

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With fewer than 800 confirmed cases, Georgia tests “new reality” of tourism with selected nations on the guest list.
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Her mother said the 15-year-old from Baltimore County “wanted to make her mark.”
Martha Wilson, who recovered from cancer and two hip replacements, “was a survivor.”
The country has been successful in keeping its death toll from the disease very low.
Slowing rates of infection in some of the hardest-hits part of the United States have offered a glimmer of hope, as New York City announced plans to ease restrictions after 10 weeks under lockdown.
“I’m not going out or doing anything,” one man on his way to work declared Friday morning.
Robert R. Redfield says diagnostic testing would have made little difference, describing it like “looking for a needle in a haystack.”
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Investors breathe a sigh of relief after President Trump took aim at China without upending their trade deal.
As restrictions begin easing, officials examine lasting impacts of coronavirus-related closures.
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What you need to know about Virginia’s plan to reopen as coronavirus restrictions start to be lifted.
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