4 more coronavirus deaths in Minnesota; known cases rise to 503

The 503 confirmed cases included at least 21 residents of long-term care facilities and another 11 health care workers who worked in those centers.

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Tokyo's infection spike after Olympic delay sparks questions

“Baseball will return. Our job is to be ready for that, assuming it happens. But do we know that’s going to happen [in 2020]? No, we don’t.”

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We must thin the prison populations before pandemic hits them

A smaller population, especially if made smaller by removing those who need the most care, will free up resources to handle the virus.

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