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This daily live blog will provide the latest updates, news and details of COVID-19 from media outlets and social media sources nationally and internationally.
Notre Dame announces that it will be open for the fall semester, which will begin Aug. 10, which is two weeks early. There will be no fall break and the semester will end before Thanksgiving. The second half of summer school has been canceled.— (@PeteSampson_)May 18 2020
US "food supply has not been interrupted," according to @VP.— (@W7VOA)May 18 2020
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott reportedly is reopening personal service businesses and child care services today. Restaurants can open up to 50% capacity starting May 22.
Abbott says effective today personal service businesses can reopen. Childcare services can reopen. Beginning Friday, restaurants can open up to 50% capacity. Bars, wine tasting rooms, and similar biz can open at 25%. Bowling alleys can open up at 25% capacity also.— (@tblakeholland)May 18 2020
Tennessee confirmed another 623 cases of coronavirus on Monday, bringing the state's total to 18,011; more than 9,886 have recovered. https://t.co/mlUBMLNer7— The Leaf-Chronicle (@LeafChronicle) May 18, 2020
3 inmates at Trousdale Turner Correctional Center have died after testing positive for COVID-19 https://t.co/ibYpOrdtI8 pic.twitter.com/ug3QFGiBhP— WSMV News4 Nashville (@WSMV) May 18, 2020
FED'S BOSTIC: EXPECTS 'BAD' JOBS DATA FOR MAY AND JUNE— *Walter Bloomberg (@DeItaOne) May 18, 2020
#BREAKING: @GovJanetMills announces Maine will eliminate testing prioritization for #COVID19, allowing anyone suspected of having the virus to be tested. #NEWSCENTERmaine— Zach Blanchard (@ZachBlanchard) May 18, 2020
WATCH LIVE: https://t.co/2V2JkyqMCG pic.twitter.com/1Y7eSIbJIY
"The new executive order allows for bars and restaurants in northern Michigan to reopen at 50% capacity and with mandatory facemasks for bartenders and servers, according to the AP. Diners will have to remain 6 feet apart." https://t.co/4X4TDdYcaL via @freep— Angie Jackson (@AngieJackson23) May 18, 2020
#BREAKING #COVID19 #coronavirus pandemic update in New Jersey as of Monday, according to @NJDeptofHealth.— New Jersey News Network (@njnntv) May 18, 2020
➕Positives: 148,039@GovMurphy to allow more outdoor activities.#WATCH #LIVE his daily press conference.https://t.co/8PMIlwCELT
Today MSDH is reporting 136 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi, with 7 new deaths. The total of #coronavirus cases since March 11 is now 11,432, with 528 deaths. See more case details and important preventive steps at https://t.co/QP8mlJ41AN pic.twitter.com/zTjMB4odsB— MS Dept of Health (@msdh) May 18, 2020
Minnesota reports nine new deaths from the coronavirus, the lowest number in two weeks.https://t.co/glBU8QAqC6— Theo Keith (@TheoKeith) May 18, 2020
.@NYGovCuomo: A total of 106 New York lives were lost due to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. Of those deaths, 23 of those were in nursing homes. https://t.co/tnj68RpzV0— news10nbc (@news10nbc) May 18, 2020
#Update: @NYGovCuomo says his results came back negative for #COVID19.— Dan Schrack (@DanSchrack) May 18, 2020
* DELTA AIR LINES - CUSTOMERS WILL SEE RETURN OF SEVERAL MAJOR ROUTES WHICH WERE PREVIOUSLY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) May 18, 2020
* DELTA - IMPLEMENTED POLICIES LIKE CAPPING SEATING BETWEEN 50 AND 60% TO ENSURE CUSTOMER SPACING
* DELTA - Q2 SCHEDULE IS 85% SMALLER THAN LAST YEAR
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: An additional 854 cases and 24 deaths have been reported on the same day that 'full phase one' of reopening begins in Florida. https://t.co/8SFnFW8MQf— FOX 35 Orlando (@fox35orlando) May 18, 2020
Breaking News: North Carolina has counted more than 19,000 cases of coronavirus to date. An updated estimate on how many have recovered is due later today. https://t.co/Wuu8LHlagY— WRAL NEWS in NC (@WRAL) May 18, 2020
145 cases of pediatric multi-symptom inflammatory syndrome associated with coronavirus in New York City.— Aaron Katersky (@AaronKatersky) May 18, 2020
67 cases tested positive for COVID-19.
New #COVID19 numbers in Alabama: @abc3340 pic.twitter.com/tbuDfd42hx— Sarah Snyder (@sarah3340) May 18, 2020
#BREAKING US GDP could 'easily' contract 20-30% in Q2: Fed's Powell— (@AFP)May 17 2020
Ministers from around the world are expected to call for an independent evaluation of the WHO’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic during the organization's general assembly. https://t.co/QOi6zgePOr— NBC News (@NBCNews) May 18, 2020
Warren says her brother’s coronavirus death "feels like something that didn’t have to happen" https://t.co/Ad7MyKMoO0— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 18, 2020
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