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Day in this country. If things don't soon turn around many states as a result are slowing or stopping. They're reopening plans. CBS's Chris Martinez report. Sex is shut Down ballers after more than 100 cases were linked to a bar in Michigan, bar owners, waitresses and some customers hit the streets to protest in Austin. Saying they are being unfairly singled out and beaches in Los Angeles County are closed ahead of the holiday weekend. Firework shows are also canceled and in Delaware on the East coast. The state speeches will close for the holiday following a burst of Corona virus cases there. The European Union says it will open its borders to residents of 15 countries. But the U. S is not on the list. CBS's Holly Williams is in Greece. Here in Greece, the health minister told US safety has to come first. We're hoping that the situation is going to be better in a few days or weeks. So this thing is concerned. It's not personal. Come on. On the contrary. Tourism is the lifeblood of the economy. Here in Greece, a country that's gone through a decade of financial hardship, and in a normal summer, American visitors bring in much needed cash. The White House is sticking to its story that President Trump was never told about reports that Russia was paying the Taliban to kill U. S forces in Afghanistan. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany the president was never briefed on this on this intelligence still has not been verified, and there's no consent since among the intelligence community, but there are reports Is that the intelligence was in a written briefing that was given to Mr Trump. Ah Judge in Atlanta has set bond at 1/2 $1,000,000 for former police officer Garrett Ralph, accused of murdering Rae Shard Brooks CBS's Mark Strausman. Ralph faces 11 charges, including felony murder, He could face life in prison without parole. His lawyers argued successfully. He was no flight risk. If he's not entitled to a bond. I don't know who is outside the jail. Blue lives

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