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Compared To China, U.S. Stay-At-Home Has Been A 'Giant Garden Party,' Journalist Says

New York Times health reporter Donald McNeil points to China as one extreme way to stop a pandemic in its tracks. "We're reluctant to follow China, but they did it," he says. At least for now.

A booth was taped off to ensure social distancing at a coffee shop in Woodstock, Ga., on Monday, as Gov. Brian Kemp eased restrictions in the state and allowed dine-in service. Dustin Chambers/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Compared With China, U.S. Stay-At-Home Has Been 'Giant Garden Party,' Journalist Says

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