Associated Press
Associated Press 15 Nov 2020

Michigan governor announces new COVID restrictions


Governor Gretchen Whitmer's administration on Sunday ordered high schools and colleges to stop in-person classes, closed restaurants to indoor dining and stopped organized sports in a bid to curb Michigan's spiking coronavirus cases. (Nov. 11)

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has announced new restrictions in response to a surge in COVID-19 infections across the state. It comes as the nation's death toll surpassed 250,000 on Wednesday. Politico health care reporter Dan Diamond joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the latest on the pandemic response.
Officials in South Africa announced new coronavirus restrictions as cases surpass 1 million. Argentina's senate debates making abortions legal. Reporters Without Borders says 50 journalists and media workers were killed in 2020. And European Union ambassadors have signed off on the Brexit deal. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joins "CBSN AM" with today's global headlines.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announces holds a Coronavirus briefing.
Governor Tim Walz announced Wednesday that he's relaxing COVID-19 restrictions for Minnesota bars and restaurants, which have been closed to indoor dining for the last six weeks. Watch part of his press conference here.

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