Concerns grow over possible spike in coronavirus cases as states open and protests continue

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As states still reopen their economies, experts urge Americans to stay vigilant and then follow public health guidelines. But relaxed attitudes and large social demonstrations in main U.S. metropolitan areas might cause an upsurge from the virus. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

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