New York City public schools will remain open until the coronavirus infection rate in the city reaches 3%, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. That might not be for long.
The latest average is at 2. 77%, the governor said. "We've got a fight ahead to keep them open, " de Blasio said during a Monday press briefing.
Also Monday, Stanford University rebuked Dr. Scott Atlas, a member of President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force and a senior fellow at the university, for his comments about Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's new COVID restrictions.
"Dr. Atlas has expressed views that are inconsistent with the university’s approach in response to the pandemic. Dr. Atlas’s statements reflect his personal views, not those of the Hoover Institution or the university, " the university said on Twitter.
Hawaii and Iowa broadened mask mandates on Monday. Hawaii Gov. David Ige "clarified" the original statewide mask mandate to include all counties in the state require face coverings, except for children under the age of 5 and those with medical conditions. In Iowa, Gov. Kim Reynolds ordered all people ages 2 and older to wear a face mask in indoor spaces that are open to the public.
📈 Today's numbers: The U. S. has reported more than 11. 2 million cases and more than 247, 100 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data. The global totals: 54. 9 million cases and 1. 32 million deaths.
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