U.S. death toll passes 50,000 as some states begin lifting restrictions
The United States now has more than 50,000 deaths from COVID-19 -- roughly a quarter of all pandemic deaths worldwide. Yet parts of the country have begun to lift restrictions and reopen businesses, including Georgia, whose governor faced criticism from President Trump for his decision. Meanwhile, nations across the globe are facing shortages of critical medical supplies. John Yang reports.
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