The federal social distancing guidelines the White House announced six weeks ago expired Thursday, and the U.S. is still firmly in the grip of a pandemic, with well over 1 million infected and more than 62,000 dead. Some states, like Georgia and Texas, are starting to relax stay-at-home orders, but none of them have met federal guidelines about having sustained a declining number of coronavirus infections for 14 days straight. Here’s a look at where things stand. Aired on 4/30/2020.
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Federal Guidelines To ‘Slow The Spread’ Of Coronavirus Are Expiring. What Comes Next? | MSNBC