As Governors Discuss How to Reopen Their States, US Death Toll from COVID-19 Passes 25,000
After some governors said they'd work on regional plans to roll back stay-at-home orders amid the coronavirus pandemic, two of those leaders warned any reopening still appears far away.
This comes as the death toll from Covid-19 in the United States passed the 25,000 mark Tuesday, according to data tallied by Johns Hopkins University.
And New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in particular said he'd fight in court any federal order to reopen his state's economy if he thought it was premature and endangered New Yorkers' health.
"If (President Trump) ordered me to reopen it ...