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Fox news under strict social distancing guidelines senators return to work tomorrow in Washington the house has postponed its planned to return at least for now citing health concerns leaders from both parties are rejecting an effort by the White House the department health Human Services offer rapid testing president trump tweeted about the rejection last night writing quote no reason to turn it down except politics we have plenty of testing maybe need a new doctor over there craving Nancy will use it as an excuse not to show up to work the White House is bracing for a big week of economic news that's because the jobs report is due out at the end of the week the predictions here the White House are already pretty dire believing that the unemployment rate will jump to sixteen to nineteen percent boxes mark Meredith reporting from the White House massive crowds of people swarming Michigan's capitol building to protest coronavirus lockdown orders and protests have popped up in other states across the nation the gatherings are concerned for White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berks adding the worrisome to me personally because if they go home and in fact their grandmother or their grandfather who has a co morbid condition and they have a serious are very odd or an unfortunate outcome they will feel guilty for the rest of our lives so we need to protect each other at the same time we're voicing our discontent Burks on fox news Sunday the corona virus pandemic has killed more than sixty seven thousand people in the U. us president trump getting ready to face questions about decisions by some states to allow non essential businesses to re open after weekend at camp David the president will take part in a virtual town hall tonight from inside the Lincoln Memorial the event hosted by fox news and begins at seven PM eastern America is listening to fox news so far so good in the cocoa new center I'm Phil for our San Diego beach goers continuing to keep their distance from each other today and followed the other guidelines such as engaging in physical activities like jogging walking swimming and surfing lifeguards say this weekend was the first time some beaches were open with restrictions since the area went on a coronavirus locked down in March and Carlsbad city officials unveiling their plans to re open beaches trails parks and its golf courses.

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