Americans push coronavirus regulations to the brink on holiday
The global number of data from Johns Hopkins University.deaths topped 890,000 on Monday, and the U.S. remains hardest hit with nearly 6.3 million cases and more than 189,000 deaths, according to
With the Labor Day holiday coming to a close, there are concerns about possible new spikes in cases after thousands ignored warnings to avoid large gatherings over the long weekend.
Americans are pushing COVID regulations to the brink this Labor Day holiday. In California alone, hoards of people crammed beaches and parks, looking for relief from record-breaking heat.
Twenty-six states are reporting more new cases compared to two weeks ago. …continued .
[Source: CBS News]