The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 13, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 13, 2020
The. States across the country are in various stages of reopening them New York State is a few days away from loosening restrictions in the Finger Lakes and number of hospitalizations. Poor are down again. So that is good news. A big step for angelenos LA county's beaches are open again after they were closed for two months there are restrictions what is many states around the country ease restrictions and some are pumping the brakes and Georgia one of the first states was to reopen the governor now issuing a new executive order saying like performance venues bars and nightclubs must remain closed. Roommate and we believe that waiting a little bit longer will enhance health outcomes. Three of Florida's deadliest days during this pandemic have come since this state began reopening many businesses last week. There have been 448. Deaths since may fourth when the state began reopening the accounting for 29% of the total number of cove in nineteen guests in this day. Of the 33 million people who have applied for jobless benefits from lower income households. Have been hit the hardest the Fed chair says for households making less than 40000 dollars per year from 40% of people had lost a job. Additional fiscal support can be costly but worth that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said lawmakers are drawn up any stimulus bill and has written an incentive costs about G trillion dollars from the when asked about Republican criticism that stole costly policy said money spent now will speed recovery. That's acting. Price tag click the American people are worth. Hundred children across thirteen states represented symptoms of a rare coping nineteen related syndrome. I think we've got a half old yeah cavalier and thinking ten children are completely unique and deleterious effects. And I didn't clean. Yeah. Harris. Get or how do you run horses mounds with tool not having. Gathering of students. Patio cafeteria literary gatherings. I showdown between tasks and in northern California county has been resolved. Sort of must filing a federal lawsuit against Alameda County accusing its children to hold a quarter of violating his company's civil rights. County officials now say after reviewing Tesla is planning if the auto maker adds some additional safety measures it could get permission. To reopen as soon as next week then while musk said he's willing to be arrested for opening before then local police say they have no plans to take anyone into custody or issue.

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