By the numbers: How states are reopening

All 50 states have begun to ease restrictions heading into Memorial Day weekend, but they’re doing it in widely different ways.
0:53 | 05/23/20

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As we prepare to head into the holiday weekend some Americans are cautiously hoping to venture out after so many weeks at home. So we take a look at how states are beginning to reopen. By the numbers all fifty states have begun to ease locked down restrictions but what looks like varies widely across the country. 33 states are allowing bars and restaurants to reopen for dying in service with certain restrictions. 29 states are also allowing gyms to open with restrictions for some that means. Outdoor fitness classes only and in eleven states including new York and California the governors and ordered some parts of their state to open before others. President trump today called houses of worship essential service and urged all states to reopen them immediately. 29 states currently allow them to operate with various restrictions. And finally as of today one state Alaska. As fully reopened.

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