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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst.

New York governor Andrew Cuomo is expanding access to coranovirus testing as parts of the state began a Phase one reopening. Desiree D'Iorio from member station WSHU reports New York has more testing capacity than it's using.

Any New Yorker who has any symptom of COVID-19 may now get a test at one of the state's 1700 test sites. The expanded eligibility also includes people without symtoms if there is a centeral worker and anyone who's returning to work as part of the Phase one reopening. Cuomo says testing is more important than ever as some parts of the state reopened last week for limited business activities including construction and curbside retails.

While how do you know with the spread of the viruses, testing, testing, testing.

Cuomo says the state can conduct up to 40,000 test per day. But it's now some drive-through sites are only using about 1/3 of their capacity. For NPR News, I'm Desiree D'Iorio in New York.

The world health organization's annucal oversight convention starts tomorrow. Normally representatives from the WHO's 194 member states gather in Geneva. But as NPR's Jason Beaubien reports this year's meeting is happening online because of the pandemic.

As the world faces the worst pandemic over a century, the WHO's annual oversight meeting could bolster international cooperation against the COVID-19 or could tend to a showdown between the US and China.

Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health law Georgetown University, says this is most important moment in the WHO 70-year history.

They've never faced a global health challenge like this. They've never faced a political challenge like this.

Gostin says at the very moment the world needs a global response to the virus pandemic, nations are showing less and less willingness to cooperate with the UN agency like the WHO. Jason Beaubien NPR News.

The impact of Covid-19 on the European Economy has leaders concerned that China will attempt to buy up struggling companies to gain competitive advantage. As Teri Schultz reports from Brussels a key EU lawmaker wants to block such purchases for the next year.

The head of the European parliament's biggest political group Manfred Weber says the EU should stop what he calls the Chinese shopping tool for at least 12 months. He says Europeanist to be vigilant against an authoritarian model and strategic competitor gaining more of a foothold in Europe. Chinese entities already own hundreds of companies and have majority states in key assets such as Greek, Belgium imports.

Teri Schultz reporting.

NASCAR is back drivers got back in their car at South Carolina's Darlington  raceway today with masks and social distancings but no fans in stands. It's the first NASCAR race in ten weeks because of the pandemic. Darlington plans to hold three events in four days.

YOu are listening to NPR News from Washington.

In North Carolina worhippers can again attend religious services in person. From member station WUNC, Jeff Tiberii reports that a federal judge blocked some of the governor's pandemic restrictions.

Democratic governor Roy Cooper had restricted in person religious services as part of executive action prohibiting gatherings of more than 10 people. However on Saturday, federal judge James Dever ruled that that order amounts to a violation of the first amendment. The judge sided with two baptist churches and a christian revival group which sued the governor Thursday. The new temporary restraining order encourages religious worshippers to observe social distancing recommendations. According to the governor staff, he will not appeal the ruling. For NPR News, I'm Jeff Tiberii in Wilmington, North Carolina.

The national hurricane centers has issued a tropical storm warning for north Carolina's outer banks as tropical storm Arthur inches closer to the east coast. It's 1st named storm of the season. Eric Lakexxx is a forecaster with the national hurricane center.

The storm is generating high seas along the coast of the southeast US coast, and should be spreading up in the midland coast during the next thereto. These flaws caused light hitting surf in current conditions and really be killers and witches by this.

Forecast say the storm will stay well off the coasts of Florida, George and the Carolinas and will approach North Carolina tomorrow. One to three inches of rain is expected. All of this ahead of hurricane season which officially starts on June 1st.

I'm Jeanine Herbst and you're listening to NPR News from Washington.
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1.  New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is expanding access to coronavirus testing as parts of the state began a phased reopening. Desiree D'Iorio from member station WSHU reports New York has more testing capacity than it's using.

Any New Yorker who has any symptom of COVID-19 may now get a test at one of the state's 700 test sites. The expanded eligibility also includes people without symtoms if they are essencial worker and anyone who's returning to work as part of the Phase one reopening. Cuomo says testing is more important than ever as some parts of the state reopened last week for limited business activities including construction and curbside retail.

"While how do you know with the spread of the viruses, testing, testing, testing."

Cuomo says the state can conduct up to 40,000 tests per day. But it's not. Some drive-through sites are only using about 1/3 of their capacity. For NPR News, I'm Desiree D'Iorio in New York.


2.  The World Health Organization's annucal oversight convention starts tomorrow. Normally representatives from the WHO's 194 member states gather in Geneva. But as NPR's Jason Beaubien reports this year's meeting is happening online because of the pandemic.

As the world faces the worst pandemic over a century, the WHO's annual oversight meeting could bolster international cooperation against the COVID-19 or could turn it to a showdown between the US and China.

Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health law Georgetown University, says this is the most important moment in the WHO 70-year history.

"They've never faced a global health challenge like this. They've never faced a political challenge like this."

Gostin says at the very moment that the world needs a global response to the viral
pandemic, nations are showing less and less willingness to cooperate with the UN agency like the WHO. Jason Beaubien NPR News.


3.  The impact of Covid-19 on the europeanans Economy has leaders concerned that China will attempt to buy up struggling companies to gain competitive advantage. As Teri Schultz reports from Brussels a key EU lawmaker wants to block such purchases for the next year.

The head of the European parliament's biggest political group, Manfred Weber, says the EU should stop what he calls the Chinese shopping tour for at least 12 months. He says Europe needs to be vigilant against an authoritarian model and strategic competitor gaining more of a foothold in Europe. Chinese entities already own hundreds of companies and have majority stakes in key assets such as Greek and Belgium ports.

Teri Schultz reporting.


4.  NASCAR(National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing) is back. Drivers got back into their car at South Carolina's Darlington  raceway today with masks and social distancings but no fans in the stands. It's the first NASCAR race in ten weeks because of the pandemic. Darlington plans to hold three events in four days.

YOu are listening to NPR News from Washington.


5.  In North Carolina worhippers can again attend religious services in person. From member station WUNC, Jeff Tiberii reports that a federal judge blocked some of the governor's pandemic restrictions.

Democratic governor Roy Cooper had restricted in-person religious services as part of executive action prohibiting gatherings of more than 10 people. However on Saturday, federal judge James Dever ruled that that order amounts to a violation of the first amendment. The judge sided with two baptist churches and a christian revival group which sued the governor Thursday. The new temporary restraining order encourages religious worshippers to observe social distancing recommendations. According to the governor staff, he will not appeal the ruling. For NPR News, I'm Jeff Tiberii in Wilmington, North Carolina.


6.  The National Hurricane Center has issued a tropical storm warning for North Carolina's Outer Banks as tropical storm Arthur inches closer to the east coast. It's 1st named storm of the season. Eric Lakexxx is a forecaster with the National Hurricane Center.

"The storm is generating high seas along the coast of the southeast US coast, and should be spreading up in the midland coast during the next thereto. These swath can caused Life-threatening surf and rip currents离岸流 conditions and it really can be killers in witches by this."

Forecast say the storm will stay well off the coasts of Florida, George and the Carolinas and will approach North Carolina tomorrow. One to three inches of rain is expected. All of this ahead of hurricane season which officially starts on June 1st.
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