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Brazil Tops U.K. in Deaths; CDC Hints at New Steps: Virus Update

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Watch: Johns Hopkins University Professor of Nursing Jason Farley discuses fears of a second wave of coronavirus in the United States, and how states have approached re-opening their economies.(Source: Bloomberg)
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New state lockdowns may be needed if U.S. coronavirus cases rise dramatically, top officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Brazil’s death toll exceeded the U.K. to become the second highest in the world.

New Jersey sued Asbury Park for defying state measures to stem the virus. White House adviser Larry Kudlow said a new wave of cases hasn’t yet emerged.