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Olympics, Fauci, stimulus bill, Wuhan travel rule

China announced it would soon lift its lockdown on the coronavirus epicenter of Wuhan on Tuesday, one day after President Donald Trump signaled that an easing of U.S. restrictions could be coming soon.

The U.S. death toll, however, neared 600 after growing by more than 100 in a 24-hour period. As of early Tuesday, the U.S. had  almost 46,500 confirmed cases of coronavirus, trailing only Italy and China. New York state, now testing more than 16,000 people daily, has more than 23,000 cases.

Experts say confirmed cases reflect how much testing is done, and as the U.S. gets more tests, more confirmed cases are expected.

Across the world, more than 16,700 people have been killed by the virus, according to the Johns Hopkins University data dashboard

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