COVID-19 Cases Rise As More Communities Reopen : Consider This from NPR Florida passed a grim milestone: 100,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases. The latest numbers include a lot of people in their 20s and 30s. Some officials are putting a pause on reopening.

The Trump administration has started shipping out supplies needed to ensure sufficient testing. But those supplies haven't always been very helpful and in some cases they've been hazardous. NPR's Rob Stein has the details.

Iowa is home to some 10,000 refugees from Myanmar. The coronavirus has been especially hard on them, with estimates saying as many as 70% have contracted the virus. As Iowa Public Radio's Kate Payne reports, many in the Burmese community work at local meatpacking plants, where social distancing is a constant challenge.

Preparing to visit family in long-term care facilities? NPR's Allison Aubrey has some tips to keep everyone safe.

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Florida Passes 100,000 Cases; More Young People Are Testing Positive

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Florida Passes 100,000 Cases; More Young People Are Testing Positive

Florida Passes 100,000 Cases; More Young People Are Testing Positive

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People eat at a restaurant on June 17, 2020, in Washington, DC. The city starts phase two of reopening on June 22, which relaxes restrictions on many public places and private businesses alike, Mayor Muriel Bowser said. Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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People eat at a restaurant on June 17, 2020, in Washington, DC. The city starts phase two of reopening on June 22, which relaxes restrictions on many public places and private businesses alike, Mayor Muriel Bowser said.

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This episode was recorded and published as part of this podcast's former 'Coronavirus Daily' format.

Florida passed a grim milestone: 100,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases. The latest numbers include a lot of people in their 20s and 30s. Some officials are putting a pause on reopening.

The Trump administration has started shipping out supplies needed to ensure sufficient testing. But those supplies haven't always been very helpful and in some cases they've been hazardous. NPR's Rob Stein has the details.

Iowa is home to some 10,000 refugees from Myanmar. The coronavirus has been especially hard on them, with estimates saying as many as 70% have contracted the virus. As Iowa Public Radio's Kate Payne reports, many in the Burmese community work at local meatpacking plants, where social distancing is a constant challenge.

Preparing to visit family in long-term care facilities? NPR's Allison Aubrey has some tips to keep everyone safe.

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This episode was produced by Gabriela Saldivia, Annie Li, Emily Alfin Johnson and Lee Hale, and edited by Beth Donovan.