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MSNBC 25 Mar 2020

Trump's Call To 'Re-open' Nation By Easter Called 'Dangerous', 'Immoral' - Day That Was

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President Trump is doubling down on earlier remarks about removing coronavirus restrictions that he feels are damaging the economy. During Monday's coronavirus briefing, he said he would like people to return to work by Easter. But once again, medical professionals say it's too soon to predict when it will be safe to lift stay-at-home orders and get back to ‘normal.' Aired on 3/25/2020.


Mike Florio and Chris Simms look at the balance the NFL is trying to have between allowing teams to re-open their facilities in certain states while making sure no team is at a disadvantage.
The Prado in Madrid and Palace of Versailles were able to re-open on Saturday after coronavirus lockdowns in Spain and France were loosened.
Lockdown restrictions are being eased again in England. The government says leisure facilities and beauty salons can reopen gradually over the coming weeks.

On 12 June outdoor swimming pools re-open along with some grassroots sports such as cricket.
On 14 June beauticians and tattooists, spas and tanning salons can open their doors again, although with restrictions for some high-risk treatments.
On 25 July indoor pools, gyms and other sports facilities will be able to re-open.

Restrictions are also being eased for the performing arts, with the return of live theatre and opera.

Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting from Sarah Corker in Oldham and Colleen Harris.
A growing number of protesters and public officials say resources now allotted to police departments should be shifted towards issues like mental health, homelessness, and conflict resolution. Others say that police departments need to be taken apart and rebuilt to better serve their communities. Here's a look at what calls to defund, disband or dismantle police really mean. Aired on 6/8/2020.

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