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Chicago Mulls Delay Amid Protests; U.S. Cases Slow: Virus Update

People wearing protective masks listen to instructions at a Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens pop-up food pantry in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., on May 29.

People wearing protective masks listen to instructions at a Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens pop-up food pantry in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., on May 29.

Photographer: Demetrius Freeman/Bloomberg
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Chicago, hard-hit by violent protests over a police-custody death, may delay the start of its reopening. U.S. coronavirus cases rose 1.1%, the slowest pace in five days, as deaths inched up 0.7%.