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Here are the US states with restrictions

New Mexico Visitors to New Mexico are required to self-quarantine for 14 days or the duration of their stay, whichever is shorter. New York New York requires those who have spent more than 24 hours in a state with significant community spread of coronavirus to self-quarantine for 14 days. The states are currently Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, …

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Trump was only wearing a mask in public for the first time

Subscribe to Outbreak, a daily collection of stories about the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on global business, delivered to your inbox for free. President Donald Trump wore a face mask during a visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, a rare case of making it public as coronavirus cases continue to pile up. Trump on Saturday was photographed …

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New York's Met Opera to host virtual concert series

Several of the opera's biggest stars beamed in from around the world on Saturday to announce the Metropolitan Opera's latest virtual initiative amid the coronavirus outbreak. The New York Opera House, which suspended live performances in March, is planning a dozen pay-per-view concerts through mid-December with leading singers from around the world. Tickets cost $ 20. The series starts July …

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British home buyers are looking to change cities into suburbs

When life returns to the UK real estate market after three months of lockdown, hunters are looking to escape the city. Search the Zoopla real estate portal, many of which have crystallized into agreed sales, showing commuter belts and coasts are in high demand, while long-standing hotspots such as London have lost some of their brilliance. "Covid has created a …

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Edward Kleinbard, Tax Lawyer Turned Reformer, died at 68

Edward Kleinbard, a prominent tax lawyer who helped global companies find creative ways to cut their taxes before moving to academia and shining a light on the practices of the types of companies he once advised, died June 28 in Los Angeles. He was 68. He had been treated for cancer for several years, said one brother-in-law, Kris Heinzelman, when …

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