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  • New clusters pop up; Europe debates summer tourist season

    New coronavirus clusters have appeared as nations struggle to balance reopening economies with preventing a second wave of infections and deaths

    ABC News
  • New clusters pop up; Europe debates summer tourist season

    BRUSSELS (AP) " New coronavirus clusters have appeared as nations struggle to balance reopening economies with preventing a second wave of infections and deaths, while in Europe, a debate erupted over the summer travel season.Authorities in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the pandemic first began late last year, reportedly were pressing ahead Wednesday to test all 11 million residents for the virus within 10 days after a handful of new infections were found.In Lebanon, [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • EU hopeful for tourist season despite high coronavirus figures across Europe

    The European Union on Wednesday promised its member nations that it will see a tourist season this summer, despite high coronavirus tallies in some countries. The EU's executive commission has proposed to gradually ease border crossing restrictions in a move to restart the popular tourism industry throughout the region, the

    The Washington Times
  • Penn State coach suggests some Big Ten teams should start football season ahead of others

    “If two schools can’t open, I don’t see a conference — any conference — penalizing 80 percent or 75 percent of the schools because 25 percent of them can’t open,” James Franklin said.

    Washington Post