Associated Press
Associated Press 13 Jul 2020

COVID outbreaks threaten plans to reopen colleges


COVID-19 outbreaks linked to student parties are threatening plans to reopen colleges and universities. A spike in infections linked to fraternity parties are complicating efforts to bring students and faculty back to the UC Berkeley campus. (July 13)

A luxury fishing lodge in B.C. says it plans to reopen despite a state of emergency issued by the Haida Nation because of COVID-19.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to reopen more businesses. Starting early next month, pubs, restaurants, museums, and hotels can reopen in England.   
NBC News' Kerry Sanders first looked into Florida's Collier County schools in May as administrators grappled with how to safely welcome back students. Now the district is preparing to reopen without lockers or water fountains and with masks and an online learning option.
After many in the media noted Trump's somber 'new tone' on the coronavirus, the president ditched it just a few days later pushing states to reopen. Aired on 7/27/2020.

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