U.S. COVID-19 Has Killed more than 55,000 as More States Start Reopening Businesses This Week

Plenty of Restaurants in Georgia and Tennessee this week will be able to serve dine-in customers. In Georgia, restaurants must limit the number of customers to 10 per 500 square feet. In Tennessee, they must operate at 50% capacity.

Colorado, Minnesota and Montana will reduce social distancing guidelines. In Colorado, the state on Monday changed from a stay-at-home order to a "safer at home" statement, in which people are required to stay home as much as possible.

According to Gov. Tim Walz., some businesses in Minnesota were allowed to reopen on Monday, sending an estimated 80,000-100,000 people back to work.

Churches in Montana could resume services on Sunday as the state's stay-at-home order expired. Social distancing practices had to be in place.

Many stay-at-home orders are set to expire this week, though it is possible some governors could extend them. Orders in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Nevada, Texas and Louisiana are effective until April 30.


In California, beaches drew crowds over the weekend as a heat wave rolled in.


Neverthless, Beaches in Los Angeles are still closed.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti shared a tweet on Sunday. "We won't let one weekend undo a month of progress, while the sunshine is tempting; we're staying home to save lives. The places we love – our beaches, hiking trails – will still be there when this is over. And by staying home, we're making sure our loved ones will be too."

So far, around 990, 000 tested positive of COVID-19 and more than 55,000 were killed in the U.S...


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