Southern Counties About to Get Hit Hard

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A new analysis being reviewed by the White House shows southern states that moved too quickly to relax social distancing guidelines face significant risk for a resurgence of the coronavirus over the next several weeks. In several cases, counties will see hundreds of additional cases by June 17.

The study, which was put together by PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, is part of a data set being reviewed by top coronavirus task force officials and people working with the team, The Daily Beast reported earlier this month. A previous model by the PolicyLab predicted that if officials

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After 10 years, it’s (probably) the end of ‘The Trip’

LOS ANGELES (AP) — There was never supposed to be more than one “Trip” for Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon and director Michael Winterbottom. But, however improbably, the band came back together for a second, third and, now, a fourth excursion of food, wine, impressions and mid-life crises. This time, their semi-fictionalized versions of themselves travel to Turkey and Greece to retrace Odysseus’s 10-year journey home in six days.

The Associated Press spoke to Coogan and Brydon recently from their respective quarantines, about “ The Trip to Greece,” available on demand and in some theaters Friday, and calling it quits. Remarks

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What the National League will lose when MLB implements the universal DH

Jeff Samardzija’s billowing locks bounced on his pinstriped shoulders as he trotted around the bases. The mid-May weather was not unlike Wednesday’s, but it was 2013, so there was baseball.

The sun peaked through the clouds to warm Cubs fans in short sleeves. They filled Wrigley Field with whistles and cheers. Samardzija had just hit his last home run in a Cubs uniform.

Of course, neither Samardzija nor the fans in attendance knew that the next time the right-handed pitcher would go yard, Samardzija would be a Giant. Samardzija has hit three home runs in his 12-year career, and the

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FFANY’s August Market Won’t Be Typical, But Plans Are Underway to Bring the Industry Together

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With New York City’s reopening plan not yet finalized, FFANY is unveiling a modified plan for its August market week.

“As we are all aware, New York City has been the epicenter of the pandemic and the city will understandably be slow to recover and resume normal activities. Part of this reopening will be the city being ready to welcome business visitors and the willingness of buyers to travel to Manhattan,” said John Heron, executive director of FFANY. “Unfortunately, we do not anticipate this being viable in August.”

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Expedia signals May rebound as cancellations stabilize

By Sanjana Shivdas

(Reuters) – Online travel booking company Expedia Group Inc <EXPE.O> on Wednesday pointed to demand recovering in May as cancellation rates stabilize, overshadowing a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss and sending its shares up nearly 4%.

U.S. airlines have signaled slower ticket cancellations and an improvement in bookings on some routes, as countries ease lockdowns imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus that had crippled the global travel industry.

“What we’ve seen is green shoots in the areas you would expect, places where movement has become possible, where people can now start to think about their summer holiday,”

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