https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/16/us/coronavirus-washington-yakima.html

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YAKIMA, Wash. — In what seems like almost a lifetime ago, America’s coronavirus story started in January in Washington State, with the nation’s first confirmed case followed by an early outbreak that spread with alarming ferocity. But swift lockdown measures were credited with holding down illnesses and deaths. By June, nail salons and bars had begun to reopen, even as the virus began to rage in Texas, Arizona and Florida. Washington still had relatively low case numbers, and some counties were even contemplating a return to movie theaters and museums. Now, those plans are on hold. The coronavirus is once again ravaging Washington, and the number of cases has hit grim new milestones. Sinc... Full story

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