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NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL
LA closes all coronavirus testing centers amid safety concerns and rioting
Finance and real estate are the sectors least damaged by the COVID shutdowns, according to the Providence Journal
2.1 million people applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week, bringing the total to 41 million
There is no evidence that the coronavirus can be spread to people through the water in pools, hot tubs, spas or water parks, according to the CDC, but mask, social distancing and not sharing of pool items is necessary
President Trump moves to declare ANTIFA a terrorist organization – as the official definition will be amended to include “domestic” terrorism, not just international or foreign terrorism.
RHODE ISLAND & VICINITY
All RI Beaches are open today
There was no presentation by Gov. Raimondo Sunday – continues today at 1pm
Johnson & Wales University is bringing almost 600 culinary students back to the Harborside campus for six weeks this summer,
Rhode Island College is looking into residence halls with single rooms.
The Community College of Rhode Island will continue to offer the majority of its courses online.
RI schools look at bus schedules will have to be staggered, which drives up the cost. Lunch might be delivered to each classroom. Schools will have to be sanitized frequently.
AMERICA'S NEXT TOP WADDLE: Humboldt penguins from Kansas City Zoo enjoyed a field trip to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art during its closure due to coronavirus restrictions. https://t.co/JY90ydi9XU pic.twitter.com/QSFF3ZlVOf— ABC News (@ABC) May 23, 2020
AMERICA'S NEXT TOP WADDLE: Humboldt penguins from Kansas City Zoo enjoyed a field trip to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art during its closure due to coronavirus restrictions. https://t.co/JY90ydi9XU pic.twitter.com/QSFF3ZlVOf