字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 some governors today are bending to the pressure to reopen in Florida. Some beaches are now open, and they were packed this weekend. Dr. Anthony Fauci today warned Not so fast. If you jumped the gun and go into a situation where you have a big speed spike, you're going to set yourself back. New York City's mayor says he's still a least a month away from even thinking about reopening. He's actually encouraging New Yorkers to report anyone they see breaking social distancing rules. And, as you can imagine, that's not going over so well. Take a look at this headline right here. After all, this is the city where the phrase snitches get stitches originated. I'm sorry. This is not snitching. This is saving lives. This is Andrew Cogley Otto, the mayor today, also grappling with the mysterious deaths of three men at a hotel in midtown Manhattan, which houses patients who have tested positive for Cove in 19 but have to self isolate from their families. The men had been released, and we're recovering in their separate rooms, but were found dead over the weekend in Boston, where the marathon was supposed to be run today, a stark reminder of the toll of this deadly virus. The obituary section in Sunday's Boston Globe was 16 pages long, when normally it would be one page. And there is tragic news for Broadway star Nick Cordero, who is battling Cove in 19. His right leg was amputated after he developed blood clots. His wife, Amanda, shared a poignant video today, their first dance from their wedding in 2017. We will dance again, she wrote, And actor Josh Brolin is expressing regret for violating stay at home regulations in L. A. When he visited his famous mother in law, Barbra Streisand and his father, James Brolin, do feel responsible to my fellow man, period. And um so my apologies and a tribute to a life gone too soon. A procession of fire trucks, no sirens, just flashing lights passes by the home of five year old Skylar Herbert, the youngest cove in 19 victim in Michigan. Her mother is a police officer, her father, a firefighter, his fellow firefighters showing their support in a time of unimaginable loss.