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California, Southwest face new coronavirus woes as U.S. economy reopens

Reuters Wednesday, 10 June 2020
Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are spiking in parts of California and the U.S. Southwest, prompting Arizona to reactivate its emergency plan for medical facilities and California to place counties where half its population lives on a watch list.
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Coronavirus infections and hospitalizations are skyrocketing in parts of California and the U.S. Southwest. According to Reuters, Arizona has had to reactivate its emergency plan for medical facilities. California has been forced to place it's most populated counties on a watch list. The surge in...

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