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  • the great outdoors is a great place for us to start the week here on CNN 10 where a lot of Americans spent part of their weekend as dozens of states started loosening some restrictions on where people could go and what they could do.

  • This meant that state parks were reopening.

  • Some businesses unlocked their doors.

  • Not everyone was out just to soak up the spring hair.

  • Take a hike In states like California, where strict stay at home orders air still in place, protesters turned out to pressure the state government to relax its rules.

  • That set toe happen Monday in some counties of Northern California, with restaurants and shopping malls reopening.

  • But it's not.

  • Statewide restrictions will ease up in dozens of other states and counties this week, and this is happening in different parts of Spain as well.

  • It's recorded the most Corona virus cases in Europe, though not the highest number of deaths.

  • But with number of deaths decreasing there along with the number of hospitalizations for cove in 19 adults have been allowed to exercise outside again, and some small businesses are reopening their doors.

  • The debate rages on about how fast things should be allowed to return to normal.

  • Some U.

  • S health officials say the closures and restrictions or saving lives and keeping hospitals from being overwhelmed.

  • Some demonstrators say the rules are infringing on freedom and causing unnecessary damage to economies.

  • So the portrait of America is anything but uniform.

  • It has a different look, depending on where you're looking.

  • Sunny spring weather along the East Coast that brought out Spectators in droves Saturday to watch the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds conduct formation flights in Washington, Baltimore and Atlanta, saluting medical workers and first responders on the front lines of the Corona virus crisis, crowds gathered at the National Mall, defying requests from officials to stay at home toe watch.

  • The flyover sidewalks were packed, many wearing no masks and taking no distancing precautions.

  • Others appeared to be following recommended safety guidelines.

  • At Prince George's Hospital in Cheverly, Maryland, medical staff gathered outside to enjoy the moment of honor.

  • Our staff have been working tirelessly to treat the community and to see the level of response and appreciation, Ondo let them have a chance to kind of let their hair down for a second, really take it all in while Georgia one of the first in the country to begin lifting stay at home orders, allowing barber shops, malls and other businesses to reopen.

  • Scores of people flocked to local parks to view the flyover.

  • Many had no masks and were in close proximity.

  • The Georgia Department of Public Health says cases are climbing fast, with almost 29,000 cases being reported the highest number yet.

  • New Yorkers went to Central Park to enjoy the beautiful day.

  • Parks have remained open during the state's pause order, and city and state officials said they were bracing for crowds.

  • New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio told CNN.

  • We expected this and prepared for this.

  • NYPD is out in force, saw the enforcement numbers from hour or so ago, and they looked actually quite good that the vast majority of people got the message.

  • The New York City Parks Department told CNN in a statement Saturday that while there was a volume of visitors in Central Park and in Brooklyn's Prospect Park, most were in compliance with social distancing guidelines.

  • Governor Andrew Cuomo reported New York is still averaging at least 900 new cases a day.

  • Alison Kosik, CNN New York 12th trivia.

  • Which of these insects would you find in the family of SPD born it honeybee, firefly or Mantis?

  • Destiny includes insects like Yellowjackets and Hornets.

  • Next up, Asian Giant Murder Hornets sounds like an old school horror movie.

  • But these insects are riel, and for the first time they've been spotted in the United States.

  • Asian giants are the world's largest hornets.

  • They can kill a person with multiple stings.

  • That's why they're known as murder hornets.

  • But there are a bigger threat to bees as a few hornets can take out a beehive in a matter of hours.

  • Beekeepers of Washington State's say they've seen piles of dead bees.

  • Scientists don't know how Asian Hornets got toe Washington.

  • Sometimes they hitch a ride on international cargo.

  • Sometimes humans intentionally bring them to other places, officials in Washington say.

  • If you see a giant hornet, call the state Department of Agriculture and don't try to kill it yourself.

  • From the Canary Islands off the west coast of Africa to the Caribbean island nation of Barbados, there are about 3000 miles of Atlantic Ocean in 2011 Sonya Bumps team decided she'd Rohit.

  • She hasn't been as successful with every expedition, but nothing could sink her passion.

  • Ocean rowing is the crossing of any ocean under self power.

  • At this point in time, many more people have climbed.

  • Ever.

  • Senator actually wrote notion.

  • I think 500 people have road an ocean successfully.

  • It's a hard thing to say that somebody could just throw themselves into it and accomplish a full ocean road safely.

  • But anything is possible.

  • My name is Sonya Bomb Steen.

  • I am a professional adventurer, and I'm also the owner of a company called Spender Throwing and we produce Expedition Ocean Craft.

  • Were you on this type of boat for your?

  • So this is my best.

  • I've spent three years of my life, 6000 miles of open water.

  • It's three seasons on the water in this thing.

  • This boat.

  • This carried 180 days with food for me, and I still had room in the aft cabin.

  • I started preparing for Expedition Pacific, which was to be my solo crossing of the North Pacific from Japan in San Francisco.

  • It's a really difficult thing to prepare for.

  • Do I know where I am?

  • Do I have enough food?

  • Do I have enough water.

  • How far away could rescue be?

  • I love it because of the emotional roller coaster.

  • Getting through the initial depression of being alone is a really hard part.

  • Schedule is the hardest part of anything.

  • Is committing toe what that's going to be and not thinking too far ahead.

  • So to be very present is a very difficult thing.

  • I think for anyone.

  • Typically I use music as a reward.

  • My I'll do two hours a day where I listen music the entire day.

  • You kind of look forward to that.

  • But there's so much to do on a boat constantly without even thinking about.

  • I want to listen to music.

  • It's it's only about surviving.

  • At the time that I was making my personal boat, I got contacted by other people because there was no one else in the U.

  • S.

  • Canada, South America, Central America that have production molders, whether called or the ability to make multiples of the same boat.

  • Given that I had this opportunity, I decided to open a company at the exact same time.

  • I think we're making one of the lightest boats on the market.

  • Our whole when it comes off weighs less than £200 which is a really, really light boat.

  • Just think about being able to pick this up with three people.

  • Solar panels have changed everything to you had a certain amount of fixed power that was backup power.

  • Having the ability to pump your own water anywhere is a pretty crazy thing to the people.

  • Don't think about This is my onboard water maker.

  • It takes saltwater and turns it into freshwater.

  • This is a handheld GPS.

  • If, for any reason all of my systems are gone, I can get this thing increase in speed that's come from boats is very much dependent on having a carbon vessel.

  • They're just gonna be the lightest e.

  • Think that the scope of adventuring is constantly changing and it's shifting with are available.

  • Resource is and just say that there's one way to do an adventure is never going to be correct.

  • You can have this endurance experience.

  • You can have this connection with the environment.

  • You can do this massive sing in your life.

  • After starting with Corona Virus and Murder Hornets, we thought we'd end today's show on something silly.

  • A series of silly walks for instance, a family in California designated part of a sidewalk outside their home as a silly walking zone.

  • It orders people to immediately start walking silly, and passersby have taken it seriously.

  • There.

  • Walks are recorded on a security camera and shared on social media.

  • There are people like me who can talk a silly talk, but it's a true feat of two feet, toe walk, a silly walk.

  • The view from their window is like a trip parade, and they could take a stroll on people, I mean, right out of the gate.

  • The change of pace could make them perambulations if they don't take it all in stride.

  • I could amble on about this all day, but then we've missed the chance to announce Franklin High School, who are watching from Portland, Oregon, and commenting on our YouTube channel.

  • I'm Carla Zeus for CNN.

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the great outdoors is a great place for us to start the week here on CNN 10 where a lot of Americans spent part of their weekend as dozens of states started loosening some restrictions on where people could go and what they could do.

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