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Coronavirus Live Updates: F.D.A. Issues Emergency Approval for Virus Drug as More States Reopen

At least 10 states eased restrictions. A nuclear power plant in Georgia confirmed an outbreak involving dozens of workers.

Latin America wrestles with reopening as coronavirus peak looms

Last week, a mall in southern Brazil laid out a red carpet and welcomed back a stream of masked customers after the state loosened coronavirus lockdowns for commercial businesses. A saxophone player serenaded clients as they filed in.

Activists vandalize the road outside Jeff Bezos’s $23m home in DC

Protesters scrawled 'Protect Amazon Workers' in giant red, yellow and white paint in the middle of the street outside the Washington DC home of company founder Jeff Bezos.

The Latest: Pandemic driving Mexico deeper into recession

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can caus…

The Latest: Italy: App to monitor COVID-19 will be anonymous

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. TOP OF THE HOUR: - Italy decrees app to trace persons exposed to COVID-19 will remain anonymous - Washington governor says more progress needed before relaxing social distancing - Germany experts say vaccine, herd immunity vital. - US to let federal social distancing guidelines expire. - Britain's death toll jumps over 26,000 with nursing home deaths. - As lockdowns ease, health officials urge virus vigilance. ___ ROME - The Italian government has decreed that the data provided through an app to facilitate tracing of persons who come in close contact with someone positive for COVID-19 will be completely anonymous and that all data will be destroyed by year's end. Premier Giuseppe Conte's Cabinet, at a meeting that ended early Thursday, approved a law, in the form of the decree, that guarantees that those who decide not to use the app won't suffer limits on their movement or other rights. Health authorities are encouraging Italians to use the app as a key tool to prevent the rate of contagion to rise again in Italy. The app, which uses Bluetooth, won't geo-localize users, and data will only be mined for purposes of containing the virus or for epidemiological study, the government said Thursday. The Cabinet also stipulated that any bid to release to house arrest prison inmates convicted of terrorism or Mafia crimes due to COVID-19 concerns must seek the opinion of prosecutors, or in the case of top organized crime bosses must run the request by Italy's national anti-Mafia prosecutor. Prosecutors have expressed concern...

The Latest: Coalition asks Calif. governor to cut tax on pot

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. TOP OF THE HOUR: - Germany experts say vaccine, herd immunity vital. - US to let federal social distancing guidelines expire. - Britain's death toll jumps over 26,000 with nursing home deaths. - As lockdowns ease, health officials urge virus vigilance. ___ LOS ANGELES -- A coalition of marijuana companies, churches and advocacy groups is asking California Gov. Gavin Newsom for a temporary cut in the state's hefty pot taxes. The group that includes the California State Conference of the NAACP, Los Angeles Metropolitan Churches and the industry group Southern California Coalition warned in a letter to the governor that the coronavirus crisis and a crashing economy will take an especially heavy toll on businesses run by minorities who were disproportionately targeted during the decades-long drug war. "If action is not taken now many of our business colleagues and friends may be pushed into the gray, or worse, back into the illicit market," said the letter, dated April 23. "At a time where unemployment is at a record high, the legal industry is seeing its customers flock to lower priced cannabis products in the illegal market regardless of quality or safety," the group said. "As COVID-19 continues to disproportionately impact communities of color, our social equity businesses and our customers will be impacted even more," the group warned. California kicked off broad legal sales in 2018. But the state's legal marijuana industry has long blamed tax rates that can approach 50% in some areas for driving business into the...

The Latest: Arizona extends stay-at-home plan through May 15

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. TOP OF THE HOUR: -Germany experts say vaccine, herd immunity vital. -US to let federal social distancing guidelines expire. -Britain's death toll jumps over 26,000 with nursing home deaths. -As lockdowns ease, health officials urge virus vigilance. ___ PHOENIX - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has extended his stay-at-home order through May 15, but he is partially ending his order closing non-essential businesses. The Republican governor says the spread of the coronavirus appears to have slowed in the state, but there's no clear sign deaths and new cases are trending down. He's allowing some retail businesses to open next Monday, with more openings by the end of next week. He's expecting restaurants to be allowed to partially reopen in about two weeks, but hasn't yet made that official. The governor praised the public and business community for adhering to his stay-home and closure orders, saying they saved lives. ___ CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Gov. Mark Gordon says Wyoming will ease some of its coronavirus restrictions on Friday, with barbershops, gyms, nail salons and child care centers among the businesses that will be allowed limited re-openings. The changes replace health orders that are set to expire Thursday. They are the first steps in the Republican governor's plan to restart the state economy. Gordon also says Wyoming residents would be allowed to camp at state parks starting May 15. ___ WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. -- Residents on the Navajo Nation will be under another lockdown this...

Infant school staff member tests positive for coronavirus

A staff member at a school in Reading is one of three more patients in England to test positive for the deadly coronavirus. Willow Bank Infant School headteacher Michelle Masters informed parents on Saturday that a staff member had tested positive for the strain of coronavirus known as Covid-19. In an email, Ms Masters urged parents to ‘remain calm and follow the recommended hygiene procedures’.

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