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California COVID-19 Cases Rise Sharply

Jul 10, 2020

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The number of coronavirus cases is soaring in Texas, where Gov. Greg Abbott recently rolled back some of his reopening plan. It's a move the mayor of League City, Texas, welcomes.

"I realize people have to work and I know we don't want the economy to shut down, but what good is the economy if there's nobody around to spend money?" Mayor Pat Hallisey told Morning Edition host David Greene. "So it's a practical matter."

On today's WCMU Morning News Roundup, we'll hear about new implicit-bias training requirements for medical professionals in Michigan. And we'll hear about a dip in vaccination rates that is a cause for concern for some health professionals.


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