In several major US cities, which became infected hotspots during the Kovid-19 pandemic, measures against the spread of the infection have begun to loosen.
Millions of Americans are preparing for a long weekend for the day of tribute to the fallen servicemen, which is on Monday. The expectations are for crowded streets, parks and beaches. However, health authorities continue to urge people to avoid crowds and stay at home.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that the first phase of the rostrum could begin next week if the number of deaths decreases. The hope is to open up the Long Island area first.
Outdoor entertainment venues have opened in New Jersey, and the number of people who can gather there has increased from 10 to 25.
Some restrictions have also been lifted in Vermont, Tennessee and North Carolina.
This is expected to lead to more protests in the state after earlier supporters of President Donald Trump sharply criticized the measures taken.
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