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TOP CORONAVIRUS STORIES TRENDING ON SOCIAL 
COVID-19 VACCINE WATCH:
Vaccines in development: 139Vaccines in human trials: 28
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We're tracking when orders to stay at home are lifted in each state, as well as when broad reopenings are allowed in public spaces.


Some states have had stay-at-home orders in place since mid-March and most did for at least a month. Credit NYT
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  • BREAKING: The USDA reports that two pet cats in New York have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. These are the first domestic pets in the U.S. to test positive. Both expected to recover.

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    *Note: there remains NO EVIDENCE that domestic animals can pass the virus to humans*



    Cuomo to press Trump on testing in WH meeting  
    2 New Yorkers in the Oval Office: Cuomo says he'll press Trump on testing 

    The president and governor have criticized the other's response to the pandemic.-
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    President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence look on as a video plays of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo giving a press conference in an earlier breifing during a Coronavirus Task Force press briefing at the White House in Washington, April 19, 2020.Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images, FILE

    After weeks of trading New York-style shots and compliments over each other's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in news conferences and on Twitter, President Donald Trump and Gov. Andrew Cuomo meet in person in the Oval Office Tuesday in something of a political showdown.

  • Barr threatens legal action over restrictions - Barr warns states not to go 'too far' in stay-at-home orders, threatens legal action.

    He called some restrictions "disturbingly close to house arrest."


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    Attorney General William Barr takes part in the "2019 Prison Reform Summit" in the East Room of the White House in Washington, April 1, 2019.Yuri Gripas/Reuters, FILE.

    Attorney General Bill Barr, in a new interview on Tuesday, characterized some state 'stay-at-home' restrictions amid the pandemic as "disturbingly close to house arrest" and said the Justice Department will consider legal action if governors start to take restrictions on movement and civil liberties 'too far.'

  • WHO sued over handling of COVID-19 outbreak -
     
    Lawsuit filed against WHO over its handling of coronavirus outbreak

    Three Westchester men want organization to pay 'incalculable' damages.


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    Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus attends a news conference on the situation of the coronavirus (COVID-2019), in Geneva, Switzerland, Feb, 28, 2020.Denis Balibouse/Reuters, FILE

  • Senate approves new $484 billion relief package - 
    Senate approves $484B relief package for small business, hospitals, testing

    “Now, let’s get this done for the American people," McConnell says.


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    Senate Minority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer give a press conference at the U.S. Capitol, Jan. 23, 2020, before the start of the third day of the impeachment triCredit - Abc News.

    The Senate attempted to pass $251 billion in aid for the small business loan program, but that vote failed earlier in the month.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer released their own statement claiming victory over Republicans in getting the $484 billion deal cobbled together.

    “Democrats flipped this emergency package from an insufficient Republican plan that left behind hospitals and health and frontline workers and did nothing to aid the survival of the most vulnerable small businesses on Main Street," the two leaders said in a joint statement Tuesday.

  • World press freedom suffers under coronavirus 
    Global press freedom suffers under coronavirus pandemic, report warns

    Governments have taken advantage to clamp down on press freedoms, report warns.


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    Police arrest a woman after she was told several times to disperse from a gathering of protestors calling on Governor Roy Cooper to re-open North Carolina, amid concerns of the economic fallout from his stay at home order due to the COVID-19 virus, Tuesday, April 14, 2020, in Raleigh, N.C. Protestors gathered at the corner of N. Wilmington and Jones Street for nearly two hours before being ordered to disperse.(Robert Willett/AP)

    LONDON -- The coronavirus pandemic is having a serious impact on press freedom worldwide as authoritarian leaders have taken advantage of the public health crisis, a new report has said.

    The 2020 World Press Freedom Index, compiled by the NGO Reporters Without Borders (RSF), warned that the next 10 years would be pivotal for the future of journalism across the globe.

  • Map: Tracking the spread of coronavirus in the US 

    Coronavirus map: Tracking the spread in the US and around the world

    The outbreak, which began in China, has sickened over 2.4 million worldwide.


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    Cumulative Coronavirus Cases in UABC News Photo Illustration, Johns Hopkins CSSE. 

    By Tuesday, the novel coronavirus outbreak in the United States had grown to more than 788,000 cases in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. There are outbreak clusters in New York, Washington state and California, according to Johns Hopkins University, which is tracking reports and confirming them with local health departments.

    The number of cases in the U.S. and worldwide is the subject of some debate, as testing has been rolled out unevenly and the criteria for diagnosis (through clinical means or a lab test) has varied from country-to-country.

    Tracking novel coronavirus worldwide 


    Meanwhile, the virus, officially known as COVID-19, has spread to dozens of countries in regions around the world.

    The novel coronavirus outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in late December, and has since sickened at least 2.4 million people worldwide and killed more than 171,000, primarily in mainland China, Europe, Iran and the United States, according to data from Johns Hopkins. At least 659,000 people globally have recovered, JHU said.


    The number of coronavirus cases is spiking in parts of the U.S. Overall, nearly 2.5 million people have been infected as of Friday afternoon, and at least 124,300 have died, according to our database.


    Here's where the hotspots are now (June 27, 2020).
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