Transcript for New York rolls out road map for reopening the city
All this as the country tries to re-open amid this pandemic. Tonight, cities starting to re-open. How this will work and the CDC with a new and alarming projection on where the death toll could go in the weeks ahead. 102,000 American lives lost. Predicting it will go beyond 115,000 plans by June 20th. Tonight, the CDC out with new and important guidance and Eva pilgrim has it. Reporter: Tonight New York rolling out its roadmap for reopening the city. Re-opening towards a new normal. It's a safer normal. People will be wearing a mesk, being socially distanced. Reporter: Starting June 8th stores can reopen for curbside pickup along with nonessential construction and manufacturing. Up to 400,000 workers could be back on the job. We are trying to get the subways and buses to be as clean and safe as possible in a really, really imperfect situation. Reporter: In Boston where offices are starting to reopen on Tuesday, trains and buses disinfected. The number of riders will be limited. I think it's a real concern. I don't know how they're going to implement certain things but I think they should. I'm always smushd against people. Reporter: Limited in person dining effective immediately. This is like the honor system. We're all in this together. Reporter: Many Americans now looking to travel safely this summer. Rv sales and rentals soaring. Who knows what the new normal is going to be, and we feel we'll be safe and sound. We'll only have to get out to get gas. Reporter: The CDC now out with guidance for summer travel, cautioning road trips come with risks because of stops along the way. For travel on planes, trains and busses, a challenge for social distancing and for those staying at campgrounds, risks at picnic areas and trails. Adding staying home is the best way to protect sburs others from getting sick. Tonight, a new projection the death toll could pass 115,000 by June 20th. Cases rising in 14 states, flaring in places like Montgomery, Alabama. Our hospitals are just flooded with coronavirus patients, in particular in the intensive care unit. Every day our unit beds are full. All our hospitals we go to. Reporter: The CDC now saying they think community spread here in the U.S. Began in late January or early February. The virus initially coming from China and later from Europe, Eva pilgrim our thanks to Y
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