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Any attempt to get coronavirus herd immunity would lead to massive death tolls, the nation's top infectious disease expert says
If the United States allowed coronavirus infections to run rampant to achieve possible herd immunity, the death toll would be massive especially among vulnerable people, the nation's top infectious doctor said.

CDC: Updated quarantine guidance doesn't mean a person is immune to reinfection within three months of recovery
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Family evacuated from Wuhan compares US virus response
A Tennessee family evacuated from Wuhan, China, as the coronavirus pandemic exploded around the world say the difference between the way the US and China handled the virus is "night and day." CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.

Is it safe to send kids to school or daycare? Experts weigh in

School districts experience challenges with remote learning
Students, parents and teachers are struggling as some school districts are experiencing challenges with remote learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

Opinion: US is following this disastrous Trump advice
The Covid-19 crisis has brought with it a mental health crisis in the United States, and new data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show just how broad the pandemic's impact on mental health might be.

USPS will stop removing letter collection boxes in Western states until after the election, spokesman says
The United States Postal Service has started reducing post office operating hours across several states and removing their iconic blue letter collection boxes as it faces intense pressure to deal with millions of mail-in ballots this fall, according to union officials.

Obama takes on Trump administration in direct terms over USPS
Former President Barack Obama took on President Donald Trump's attempts to stall funding for the United States Postal Service in a podcast published Friday, slamming his predecessor's opposition to the much-needed funds as a craven attempt to boost his chances of winning in November.

Analysis: This year could see the most joyless election campaign in generations
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Postal service inspector general reviewing DeJoy's policy changes and potential ethics conflicts
The internal watchdog at the United States Postal Service is reviewing controversial policy changes recently imposed under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, and is also examining DeJoy's compliance with federal ethics rules, according to a spokeswoman for the USPS inspector general and an aide to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who requested the review.