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Nine o'clock. Thiss is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized Has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is Good Morning America. He's utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Krystle a tells US one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today, That number is falling to 1.7 now, since the birth rate of 2.1 per mother's what's needed to keep a population study, the researchers say. Most of the world is on course for a population crash, the sole exception. Sub Saharan Africa, a California.

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