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New York City mayor outlines first reopening step, lawmakers push for outdoor dining

29 May 2020

NEW YORK New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday outlined the first steps for reopening the United States' most populous city, envisioning up to 400,000 people heading back to their workplaces, an easing of the lockdown that began in March.

Americans make low-key Memorial Day tributes, coronavirus overshadowing events

26 May 2020

NEW YORK Americans paid a low-key tribute to those who died serving in the U.S. Armed Forces on Monday, with many Memorial Day events cancelled because of the coronavirus epidemic that has killed nearly 100,000 people in the United States alone. | Video

CORRECTED-U.S. marks hushed Memorial Day holiday as virus deaths near 100,000

26 May 2020

NEW YORK, May 25 Americans paid a mostly low-key tribute to those who died serving in the U.S. Armed Forces on Monday, with many Memorial Day events canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak that has killed nearly 100,000 people in the United States alone.

Coronavirus deadliest in New York City's black and Latino neighbourhoods, data shows

19 May 2020

NEW YORK Some New York City neighbourhoods have seen death rates from the novel coronavirus nearly 15 times higher than others, according to data released by New York City's health department on Monday, showing the disproportionate toll taken on poor communities.

'Like a science experiment': A New York family learns the limits of coronavirus tests

08 May 2020

NEW YORK After a week or so sick in bed in their New York City apartment in March, members of the Johnson-Baruch family were convinced they had been stricken by the novel coronavirus. Subsequent test results left them with more questions than answers. | Video

Warm weather draws crowds in some cities as parts of U.S. start easing coronavirus lockdowns

04 May 2020

Sunny days and warm weather are proving to be as challenging to manage as restaurants, hair salons and other businesses, as about half of U.S. states partially reopen their economies after the coronavirus lockdown. | Video

Corona-Auflagen von Athen bis Lagos gelockert - Vorsicht bleibt

04 May 2020

Rom/New York Während Deutschland seinen weiteren Öffnungskurs nach den wochenlangen Coronavirus-Beschränkungen absteckt, lockern auch viele andere Staaten ihre Linie - allen voran Italien.

FOKUS 1-Corona-Auflagen von Athen bis Lagos gelockert - Vorsicht bleibt

04 May 2020

Rom/New York, 04. Mai Während Deutschland seinen weiteren Öffnungskurs nach den wochenlangen Coronavirus-Beschränkungen absteckt, lockern auch viele andere Staaten ihre Linie - allen voran Italien. Das besonders stark von der Krise betroffene Land ging am Montag nach zwei Monaten strikter Kontaktsperren einen ersten Schritt Richtung Normalität: Etwa 4,5 Millionen Menschen nahmen die Arbeit wieder auf. Fabriken dürfen zunächst die wichtigsten Produktionszweige wieder hochzufahren.

Los días soleados atraen a multitudes a playas y parques de EEUU cuando las medidas se relajan

04 May 2020

3 mayo Los días soleados y el clima cálido están probando ser tan difíciles de manejar como los restaurantes, peluquerías y otros negocios, luego que cerca de la mitad de los estados de Estados Unidos levantaron parcialmente restricciones a sus economías después de la paralización por el coronavirus.

Sunny days draw crowds to beaches, parks as U.S. reopens from lockdowns

03 May 2020

May 3 Sunny days and warm weather are proving to be as challenging to manage as restaurants, hair salons and other businesses as about half of U.S. states partially reopen their economies after the coronavirus lockdown.

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