Strict coronavirus measures could come back if US cases increase ‘dramatically,’ CDC warns

States may be forced to reimpose strict coronavirus abatement measures like social distancing and store closures if cases increase “dramatically,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Friday. Many states have loosened restrictions that were imposed in March over the last few weeks. The warning comes as some states, like Utah and Texas, are seeing a rapid rise in hospitalizations and case rates amid reopening plans. Utah has put further reopening on hold, but Texas is still following through with its original reopening plan despite a rise in cases. The US has roughly 20,000 cases per day,

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