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Coronavirus surge across America call states' reopening plans into question

NaturalNews.com Wednesday, 24 June 2020 ()
(Natural News) New surges in Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in hot spots across have thrown wrenches into many states’ reopening plans. Florida, Texas and Arizona have reported a surge in caseloads. So too has California, which broke its record for new cases for the fourth straight day on Tuesday. Meanwhile, even though New Jersey’s caseload has fallen,...
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News video: US Coronavirus Cases Rise in Nearly Half of States

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3 states have reported spikes in new cases compared to the previous week, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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