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  • Carlos for CNN.

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  • With our special summer, Siri's rolling on, we have a snapshot for you today of where some other countries are in their responses to Corona virus.

  • As we mentioned yesterday, the disease continues to spread in the United States and abroad, but it different paces in different places.

  • And the tug of war continues over resuming normalcy in our day to day lives, getting back to business and improving the economy versus staying home and keeping doors closed, separating people from each other.

  • In an attempt to keep Cove in 19 from spreading one university medical experts suggest some U.

  • S states may need to shut down again.

  • Another says that could be more economically damaging than the first time.

  • 1/3 expert says Corona virus isn't taking a summer vacation, but finding new ways to spread the U.

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  • Treasury secretary says the economy can't be shut down again without creating more economic damage and medical problems.

  • The decisions on shutting down have been up to individual states, though, as opposed to the federal government, so it's hard to say who would shut down when they do it, or even if more closures air on the horizon.

  • The Trump administration is telling Americans to take precautions on their own, though it advises people to keep socially distancing themselves from others to avoid crowded areas and wear masks whenever they're in public because those can help prevent the spread of Corona virus.

  • The U.

  • S has seen the most cases of Cove in 19 but it's not the only country dealing with the challenges brought on by this disease.

  • I'm Stephen Young in Beijing.

  • The authorities here have shut down the country's biggest wholesale food market and declared war time emergencies in a growing number of city neighborhoods.

  • With the emergence of new cluster of growing of ours cases, the Chinese capital had not seen any cases for almost two months until last Thursday.

  • Since then, they have reported more than 70 cases, almost all of them linked to the market, which used to supply about 70% of the city's vegetables.

  • That's why amount of cities more than 20 million residents there is growing concern not only about their health but also about their food supplies.

  • Patrick Oppmann in Havana, the mayor of Brazil's largest city, Sao Paulo, has been diagnosed with the krona virus according to a news release from the local government.

  • This is the latest health scare for Sao Paulo mayor Brutal Covas, who's also been public about his battle with lymph node cancer.

  • Cova said that he is not feeling any symptoms and is working from home.

  • Sao Paulo is the epicenter of Brazil's krone Viers crisis.

  • There are over 170,000 cases there and more than 10,000 deaths, according to local health officials.

  • I'm Atika Shubert in Valencia, Spain, where the beaches are being prepped for tourists again Next week, the country plans to open for you travelers.

  • But today the holiday island of Majorca has actually brokered a deal with German tour agencies to allow in thousands of Germans German tourists in early as a test case.

  • When they arrive, the temperatures check.

  • They'll have to show their contacts where they will be just in case there is an outbreak so that they can be traced.

  • But they won't have to be tested for the Corona virus.

  • If all goes well, then Spain plans to open two travelers outside the U in July.

  • I'm Anna Spirit in London.

  • From today it becomes compulsory to wear face coverings on public transport on non essential retail stores are allowed to open in England.

  • The shopping experience will feel very different, with social distance queues outside one way systems inside.

  • And none of the new measures are likely to boost consumer appetite, a concern for businesses on for the wider economy, which shrank by nearly 1/4 in just two months.

  • The latest figures from the O.

  • N s true that only 37% of adults in the UK actually feel safe to leave their homes, so it could be a very slow start to trace.

  • 12th trivia.

  • What is the most popular and most watched sport in America baseball, football, basketball or auto racing?

  • Overall, Americans like football more than any other sport.

  • The National Football League has had an advantage over other American pro sports.

  • It was in its offseason when Corona virus closures began, so it's games weren't interrupted by the pandemic at this point.

  • The NFL plans to start its 2020 season as scheduled in September, but without fans in the seats, that's something that most pro sports have in common is they make plans to reopen.

  • The NASCAR has begun allowing very limited numbers of people to watch its events.

  • The PGA Tour resumed last week in Texas without the ambient Gulf collapse of Spectators.

  • The National Basketball Association is looking toward a late July tip off.

  • According to NPR, the National Hockey League expects games to resume in late summer, and a Major League Soccer tournament is scheduled to kick off on July 8th.

  • Meanwhile, youth sports in many parts of America have already resumed, but they've seen changes to as states begin to reopen.

  • Youth sports are coming off the sidelines with baseball and softball resuming in Iowa youth football leagues in Indiana, returning for on field practices June 14th in Texas and Florida, all youth sports have been given the green light, but it won't look like it used to.

  • This is the first time anybody from Dusk is standing on this new resurface field.

  • Kevin McCarthy, overseas nearly 5000 players and 50 coaches as the executive director of New York's coed downtown United Soccer Club, the U.

  • S soccer federation is recommending a phased restart with individual and small group training.

  • We have virtual training scenarios which were in the midst of for months, kids have attempted to do everything from lacrosse, gymnastics, football, even soccer virtually.

  • But those online zoom sessions are taking a toll on some players.

  • What have been some of the most struggling parts?

  • You want to be with teammates?

  • They want to score, goes to want to run around.

  • Bob Westbrook says he has been forced to cancel international and domestic tournaments for the 1000 players registered at the A five Volleyball Club in Atlanta.

  • He says technology can't replace team building and bonding breath leets and people that play the game or this game or any game.

  • It's like a a black hole.

  • It's a void in your life that you can't find an outlet from.

  • Youth Sports in the U.

  • S.

  • Generates more than $19.2 billion each year, billions more than the NFL and more than double the revenue of the N B A.

  • Just three months into Kobane 19 shutdowns, sports clubs nationwide have seen 8.5 $1,000,000,000 wiped out.

  • I'm concerned that we will not have enough players to to continue to employ alot coaches.

  • If this lasts longer and longer, we're getting ready to pass out several $100,000 in refunds.

  • We think we're gonna make it right, but there'll be a lot of clubs.

  • It will not.

  • As games resume, gone are the days of high fives, replaced now by regular temperature checks.

  • We only have four athletes in a coach at a time on the floor together, Little League baseball will likely have exits painted six feet apart in the gravel.

  • Each player issued their own bad and helmet and dugouts likely closed for the season.

  • There's no hugs or high fives not having players touch the cones.

  • You know, washing balls, bibs, training at different distances.

  • But it's still a highly anticipated goal that can't come soon enough.

  • When I walked here and see hundreds of players training together again, I think I might get down on my knees and be thankful.

  • Bianna Golodryga, CNN New YORK Heidi Paulette gets 10 out of 10 today.

  • She lives in Maine, and she was having trouble finding puzzles to put together.

  • So she started this neighborhood puzzle swamp box and posted about it on Facebook, and since then the donations have come piling in.

  • She may even have to build a second puzzle box to keep up, Heidi says.

  • Puzzles are a great stress reliever and a welcome distraction when everything's gone to pieces.

  • So put all those pieces together.

  • And it's not at all puzzling that in the big picture they fit together to fight cardboard.

  • Um, I'm Carla Zoos, and that's a great fit for CNN.

Carlos for CNN.

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