The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 1, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 1, 2020
More than 40000 Americans tested positive for corona virus in the past 24 hours and in fourteen states new cases along with hospitalizations. And deaths are also on the rise they include California where the governor announced new closures for indoor businesses in nineteen counties you're not gonna stay home. You're not gonna Wear masks in public we have to. There to enforce. And we will Florida governor Ron Desantis cautions people gathering in large numbers but has not put further restrictions on businesses or beaches. You know doing things outdoors in Florida is less risk even doing things for your packed indoors. New York city's mayor announcing indoor dining is being postponed indefinitely. To make sure cases don't rise in what was the epicenter of the country's outbreak we cannot. Go ahead at this point in time. We have an indoor dining in New York City welcome even a week ago. Honestly I was hopeful we could by the news we have garment from around the country gets worse and worse all the time. In. Seattle authorities have retaken the protest occupied zone known as a shopping. Police dispersing demonstrators weeks after they took over calling for police reforms. Our job is to support. Peaceful Damon's Jason. But what is happening here it. On these streets. Over the last two weeks few weeks that is its lawless. And it's brutal. And bottom line it is simply un acceptable. Officers also made several arrests. This afternoon in Mississippi State flag with the confederate battle and wasn't lowered for the last time at the State Capitol. Major league baseball players begin training camp today ahead of a July 23 start to this season baseball players will be tested regularly for drove in nineteen as there are guidelines for social distancing among players and staff in dugout global bins and club houses in the Major League Baseball he's not restricting player movements outside the ballpark it's July 1 thing. There has been baseball decided really minutes before the league says players who test positive for Covert nineteen will be placed on the injured list but the team will not identify the players who test positive. Summer severe weather widespread particularly on the radar from Maine all the way to Mississippi demon attacks as we've got some thunderstorms that are produced some big wins sixty miles per hour Virginia and that my movie through Tennessee that's got some heavy rain flooding rain would venue where is not ready it's hot we've got warnings in Tulsa and advisories from. Dallas to Shreveport to New Orleans tomorrow that heat expands into the holiday weekend because he's ninety's coast to coast and some of the major cities. Through the fourth of July. And white photos one California couple will never forget the writing group taking pictures in their wedding outfits on the rocks and orange county and the surf washed into the ocean lifeguards coming to the rescue the riding in pulled to safety and wedding dress. We hear everyone's okay.

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