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For months, sparsely populated South Dakota watched as the coronavirus ravage far-off U.S. coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. "South Dakota is not New York," governor Kristi Lynn Noem says. Until the beginning of April, South Dakota had recorded only about 100 cases of covid-19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plat that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from health professionals, petitions from citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance:Locking down is out of the question.

In the meantime, in New York, things are -we're going to look up where it is,(____1?) the curve is beginning to go down. With 481 deaths form the pandemic recorded yesterday, governor Andrew Cuomo is bold(__2?) to reopen some portions of New York but on a regional places only. Governor Cuomo talked about continue difficulties with testing. "Where it gets hard is when the labs that I regulate say the manufacturers are problem. And I called the manufacturers, and the manufacturers say I can't do it because it's an international problem.That's where we are now." The governor will be heading to the White House today,as he seeks billions in federal aid and help with coronavirus testing.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says an agreement has been reached (in help with coronavirus testing)on major elements of nearly $500 billion coronavirus aid package for small businesses, as well as additional help for hospital in virus testing. Schumer said post-midnight night talks among Democratic and Republican leaders, along with Trump administration officials are produced a breakthrough agreement on the package. Although Senate majority leader has yet not singed off on the package, he was involved in the 11-hour talks.

The United Nations' food chief warned Tuesday while the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, it is also on the brink of a hunger pandemic.World Food Programme executive director DB told a remote meeting of the UN Security Council that millions of civilians living in conflict-scarred nations, including many women and children, face being pushed to the brink of starvation, with the spectre of famine -a very real and dangerous possibility. B said 821 million people worldwide are chronically hungry, and 135 million face crisis levels of hunger. With the added stress of covid-19, an additional 130 million people could be pushed to the brink of starvation by the end of 2020.

In the meantime, the Untied Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution calling for global action to rapidly scale up development, manufacturing and access to medicine, vaccines and medical equipment to confront the coronavirus pandemic.The Mexican-drafted resolution requests Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to work with the World Health Organization and recommended options to ensure timely and equitable access to testing, medical supplies, drugs and future coronavirus vaccines for all in need.

South Korea says there is no evidence that North Korea leader Kim Jong Un (has...ah...) is recovering in a villa the resort country of HYS after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure.

President Trump says he will sign in an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States because of the coronavirus. He's offered no details on what he is referring to. The White House did not immediately elaborate on the president's twittered announcement. President Trump has taken credit for his restrictions on travel to the U.S. from China and hard-hit European countries, arguing it contributed to slowing the spread of the virus in the U.S.

Federal officials say they planed to start tracking and publicly sharing information on infections and deaths at  nursing homes nationwide to help spot trends and signs of spread in communities. The move comes as industrial offical and local leaders have called on federal officals to do more to track infections and help get testing and protective equipment.
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HOMEWORKThis is VOA news.For months, populated xxx watched coronavirus costal cities.The state has now one of the largest outbreak in the country,but governor refuses to impose the ,xxx is not New York governor ,xxx says.Until the beginning of April,xxx have only about 100 cases of coronavirus-19.It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths mainly do a report plan and became the biggest infection outbreak in the country with newly 900 people directly expose among the factory employees and families.Despite an old letter from health professionals ,xxx  from citizens and others,xxx  is unfortunately locking down is out of the  question.In the meantime,in New York,xxxx xxxxx looking up the curbs beginning to go down.With 481 deaths from pandemic recorded yesterday,governor xx is open to some options to New York and regional places obey.

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For months, sparsely populated South Dakota watched as the coronavirus ravaged far-off U.S. coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. "South Dakota is not New York," governor Kristi Lynn Noem says. Until the beginning of April, South Dakota had recorded only about 100 cases of covid-19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plat that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from health professionals, petitions from citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance: Locking down is out of the question.

In the meantime, in New York, things are beginning to look up be better. The curve is beginning to go down. With 481 deaths form the pandemic recorded yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo is emboldened to reopen some portions of New York but on a regional places only. Governor Cuomo talked about continue difficulties with testing.
"Where gets hard is when the labs that I regulate say the manufacturers are the problem. And then I called the manufacturers, and the manufacturers say I can't do it because it's an international problem. That's where we are now."
The governor will be heading to the White House today, as he seeks billions in federal aid and help with coronavirus testing.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says a agreement has been reached on major elements of the nearly $500 billion coronavirus aid package for small businesses, as well as additional help for hospitals in virus testing. Schumer said post-midnight talks among Democratic and Republican leaders, along with Trump administration officials are produced a breakthrough agreement on the package. Although Senate majority leader has yet not yet publically singed off on the package, he was involved in the 11-hour talks.

The United Nations' food chief warned Tuesday that while the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, it is also on the brink of a hunger pandemic. World Food Programme executive director DB told a remote meeting of the UN Security Council that millions of civilians living in conflict-scarred/scared nations, including many women and children, face being pushed to the brink of starvation, with the spectre of famine -a very real and dangerous possibility. B said 821 million people worldwide are chronically hungry, and 135 million face crisis levels of hunger. With the added stress of covid-19, an additional 130 million people could be pushed to the brink of starvation by the end of 2020.

In the meantime, the Untied Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution calling for global action to rapidly scale up development, manufacturing and access to medicine, vaccines and medical equipment to confront the coronavirus pandemic. The Mexican-drafted resolution requests Secretary-General Antonio Guterres work with the World Health Organization and recommended options to ensure timely and equitable access to testing, medical supplies, drugs and future coronavirus vaccines for all in need.

South Korea says there is no evidence that North Korea leader Kim Jong Un (has...ah...) is recovering in a villa the resort country of Yangshan after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure.

President Donald Trump says he will sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States because of the coronavirus. He's offering no details on what he is referring to. And the White House did not immediately elaborate on the president's twittered announcement. President Trump has taken credit for his restrictions on travel to the U.S. from China and hard-hit European countries, arguing it contributed to slowing the spread of the virus in the U.S.

Federal officials say they planed to start tracking and publicly sharing information on infections and deaths at nursing homes nationwide to help spot trends and signs of spread in communities. The move comes as industrial officals and local leaders have called on federal officals to do more to track infections and help get testing and protective equipment.
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For months, sparsely populated South Dakota watched as the coronavirus ravage far-off U.S. coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. "South Dakota is not New York," governor Kristi Lynn Noem says. Until the beginning of April, South Dakota had recorded only about 100 cases of covid-19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plat that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from health professionals, petitions from citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance:Locking down is out of the question

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this is voa news.----for months, ---populated south---watched the corona virus ravaged --us coastal cities. the state now one of the largest outbreaks in the country, but its government refuses to impose and lock down. south---is not new york. governor ---says. until the beginning if april, south--had recorded only about 100 case of covid-19. it currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths mainly due to the ---that become the biggest infection outbreak in the country, it was 900 people directly---exposed among the factory employees and their families. despite the---from health professionals,---from citizens and another,--locking down is out of the question.
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For months, sparsely populated South?watched this coronavirus ravaged far-off U.S. coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. South? is not New York, governor Kristi Lynn Noem says. Until the beginning of April, South ?had recorded only about 100 cases of covid-19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plane that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from health professionals, petitions from citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance. Locking down is out of the question. In the meantime, in New York, things are beginning to look up be better. The curve is beginning to go down. With 481 deaths form the pandemic recorded yesterday, Governor Andrew.. is emb.. to reopen some portions of New York but on a regional places only. Governor Cuomo talked about continue difficulties with testing. Where gets hard is when the labs that I regulate say the manufacturers are the problem. And then I called the manufacturers, and the manufacturers say I can't do it because it's an international problem. That's where we are now.The governor will be heading to the White House today, as he seeks billions in federal aid and help with coronavirus testing. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says a agreement has been reached on major elements of the nearly 500dollars billion coronavirus aid package for small businesses, as well as additional help for hospitals in virus testing. ? said post midnight talks among Democratic and Republican leaders, along with Trump administration officials are produced a breakthrough agreement on the package. Although Senate majority leader has yet not yet publically singed off on the package, he was involved in the 11 hour talks.
The United Nations' food chief warned Tuesday that while the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, it is also on the brink of a hunger pandemic. World Food Programme executive director DB told a remote meeting of the UN Security Council that millions of civilians living in conflict-scarred/scared nations, including many women and children, face being pushed to the brink of starvation, with the spectre of famine ...?very real and dangerous possibility. B said 821 million people worldwide are chronically hungry, and 135 million face crisis levels of hunger. With the added stress of covid-19, an additional 130 million people could be pushed to the brink of starvation by the end of 2020.In the meantime, the Untied Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution calling for global action to rapidly scale up development, manufacturing and access to medicine, vaccines and medical equipment to confront the coronavirus pandemic. The Mexican drafted resolution requests Secretary General ???work with the World Health Organization and recommended options to ensure timely and equitable access to testing, medical supplies, drugs and future coronavirus vaccines for all in need.South Korea says there is no evidence that North Korea leader ..is recovering in a villa the resort country of Yangshan after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure.President Donald Trump says he will sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States because of the coronavirus. He's offering no details on what he is referring to. And the White House did not immediately elaborate on the president's twittered announcement. President Trump has taken credit for his restrictions on travel to the US from China and hard European countries, arguing it contributed to slowing the spread of the virus in the US federal officials say they planed to start tracking and publicly sharing information on infections and deaths at nursing homes nationwide to help spot trends and signs of spread in communities. The move comes as industrial officals and local leaders have called on federal officals to do more to track infections and help get testing and protective equipment.
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For month sparselypopulated watched corona virus ravaged all of us coastal cities the state nowhave the one of the largest outbreaks in the country but its governors refusesto impose a lockdown. Is not New York governor says until the beginning of Aprilhas recorded only about 100cases of covid-19 it currently have 1700 cases ad 7death mainly due to a pork processing plan. It became the biggest affection outbreakin the country nearly 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees andtheir families. Despite an open letter from health professionals petitions fromcitizens and others. Governor’s norm is stand locking down is out of thequestion. In the meantime, in new York things are we gonna look up where it is.The curves are begin to go down with 481 death from the pandemic recordyesterday.
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For months, sparsely populated South?watched this coronavirus ravaged far-off U.S. coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. South? is not New York, governor Kristi Lynn Noem says. Until the beginning of April, South ?had recorded only about 100 cases of covid-19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plane that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from health professionals, petitions from citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance. Locking down is out of the question. In the meantime, in New York, things are beginning to look up be better. The curve is beginning to go down. With 481 deaths form the pandemic recorded yesterday, Governor Andrew.. is emb.. to reopen some portions of New York but on a regional places only. Governor Cuomo talked about continue difficulties with testing. Where gets hard is when the labs that I regulate say the manufacturers are the problem. And then I called the manufacturers, and the manufacturers say I can't do it because it's an international problem. That's where we are now.The governor will be heading to the White House today, as he seeks billions in federal aid and help with coronavirus testing. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says a agreement has been reached on major elements of the nearly 500dollars billion coronavirus aid package for small businesses, as well as additional help for hospitals in virus testing. ? said post midnight talks among Democratic and Republican leaders, along with Trump administration officials are produced a breakthrough agreement on the package. Although Senate majority leader has yet not yet publically singed off on the package, he was involved in the 11 hour talks.
The United Nations' food chief warned Tuesday that while the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, it is also on the brink of a hunger pandemic. World Food Programme executive director DB told a remote meeting of the UN Security Council that millions of civilians living in conflict-scarred/scared nations, including many women and children, face being pushed to the brink of starvation, with the spectre of famine ...?very real and dangerous possibility. B said 821 million people worldwide are chronically hungry, and 135 million face crisis levels of hunger. With the added stress of covid-19, an additional 130 million people could be pushed to the brink of starvation by the end of 2020.In the meantime, the Untied Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution calling for global action to rapidly scale up development, manufacturing and access to medicine, vaccines and medical equipment to confront the coronavirus pandemic. The Mexican drafted resolution requests Secretary General ???work with the World Health Organization and recommended options to ensure timely and equitable access to testing, medical supplies, drugs and future coronavirus vaccines for all in need.South Korea says there is no evidence that North Korea leader ..is recovering in a villa the resort country of Yangshan after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure.President Donald Trump says he will sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States because of the coronavirus. He's offering no details on what he is referring to. And the White House did not immediately elaborate on the president's twittered announcement. President Trump has taken credit for his restrictions on travel to the US from China and hard European countries, arguing it contributed to slowing the spread of the virus in the US federal officials say they planed to start tracking and publicly sharing information on infections and deaths at nursing homes nationwide to help spot trends and signs of spread in communities. The move comes as industrial officals and local leaders have called on federal officals to do more to track infections and help get testing and protective equipment


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For months, sparsely populated South Dakota watched as the coronavirus ravage far-off U.S. coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. "South Dakota is not New York," governor Kristi Lynn Noem says. Until the beginning of April, South Dakota had recorded only about 100 cases of covid-19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plat that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from health professionals, petitions from citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance:Locking down is out of the question.




In the meantime, in New York, things are -we're going to look up where it is, he curve is beginning to go down. With 481 deaths form the pandemic recorded yesterday, governor Andrew Cuomo is bold to reopen some portions of New York but on a regional places only. Governor Cuomo talked about continue difficulties with testing. "Where it gets hard is when the labs that I regulate say the manufacturers are problem. And I called the manufacturers, and the manufacturers say I can't do it because it's an international problem.That's where we are now." The governor will be heading to the White House today,as he seeks billions in federal aid and help with coronavirus testing.




Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says an agreement has been reached (in help with coronavirus testing)on major elements of nearly $500 billion coronavirus aid package for small businesses, as well as additional help for hospital in virus testing. Schumer said post-midnight night talks among Democratic and Republican leaders, along with Trump administration officials are produced a breakthrough agreement on the package. Although Senate majority leader has yet not singed off on the package, he was involved in the 11-hour talks.

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This is VOA news.For months, sparsely populated south dakota watched as the coronavirus ravage far off US coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. South dakota is not New York, governor Kristi .... says. Until the beginning of April, South Dakota had recorded only about 100 cases of covid 19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plat that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from .... citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance.Locking down is out of the question. In the meantime, in New York, things are -we're going to look up where it is .... the curve is beginning to go down. With 481 deaths form the pandemic recorded yesterday  .... to reopen some portions of New York but on a regional places only.

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For months, sparsely populated South Dakota watched as the coronavirus ravage far-off U.S. coastal cities. The sate now has one of largest outbreaks in the country, but its governor refuses to impose a lockdown. "South Dakota is not New York," governor Kristi Lynn Noem says. Until the beginning of April, South Dakota had recorded only about 100 cases of covid-19. It currently has 1700 cases and 7 deaths, mainly due to a pork processing plat that became the biggest infection outbreak in the country, with 900 people directly exposed among the factory employees and their families. Despite an open letter from health professionals, petitions from citizen and others, governor Noem is unflinching in her stance:Locking down is out of the question...
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