South Dakota has announced it will not be enforcing social distancing at its upcoming Mount Rushmore event, which the president is expected to attend.
Oregon unveiled new guidelines for dozens of counties to move into phase two of reopening their economies.
Turkey is easing its lockdown restriction’s in an effort to restart their economy as coronavirus cases decrease. Businesses, museums and parks are reopening this week with restaurants and cafe’s allowing dine-in customers.
Police departments are urging Americans not to call 911 to report social distancing violations. According to multiple offices across the country, the calls tie up emergency response services.
As states continue taking steps towards reopening, local governments are looking at ways to avoid a potential second surge in new coronavirus cases. One of those possible solutions is contact tracing. The process can be used two ways to trace the spread of this virus.
Thousands of Americans across the nation visited memorial sites to honor fallen heroes on Memorial Day despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
According to coronavirus task force member Dr. Deborah Birx, the nation is trying to learn how to maintain openness and safety amid ongoing reopening efforts. During a recent interview, she stressed Americans must continue to follow social distancing guidelines and avoid gatherings of more than 10 people, even if they are outside.
The state of New York has reversed its ban on non-essential gatherings. On Friday, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order, which will allow groups of up to 10 people to congregate.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 9:35 AM PT — Friday, May 22, 2020 California has allowed 40 of its 58 counties to reopen as Gov. Gavin Newsom…