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Jack Campise talks with his mother, Beverly Kearns, through her apartment window at the Kimberly Hall North nursing home, May 14, in Windsor, Connecticut. The coronavirus has had no regard for health care quality or ratings as it has swept through nursing homes around the world, killing efficiently even in highly rated care centers. Preliminary research indicates the numbers of nursing home residents testing positive for the coronavirus and dying from COVID-19 are linked to location and population density — not care quality ratings.

Nearly 26,000 nursing home COVID-19 deaths reported (Gallery)

RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and CANDICE CHOI, Associated Press
June 1, 2020
A dining room sits empty, wwooden chairs stacked upside down on top of the tables.

Texas sales tax revenue declines

CASSANDRA POLLOCK, Texas Tribune
June 1, 2020
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Congo faces 2nd Ebola outbreak in northern province (VIDEO)

KRISTA LARSON, Associated Press
June 1, 2020
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador waves to supporters

Mexico president begins ‘new normal’ amid pandemic

By DAN CHRISTIAN ROJAS and MARIA VERZA, Associated Press
June 1, 2020
Texas A&M

Texas A&M System to offer some on-campus classes in fall

RAGA JUSTIN, Texas Tribune
May 31, 2020
A sign for a church in Clay County's Henrietta, Texas proclaims no service on May 8. Clay County Judge Mike Campbell accepted a mobile testing site for COVID-19 when it was offered. Like many of North Texas’ rural counties, social distancing comes naturally to Clay County, where about 11,000 people are spread out across roughly 1,100 square miles.

Rural Texas counties may have fewer cases, less tests (Gallery)

TESSA WEINBERG, Fort Worth Star-Telegram
May 31, 2020
Hwang Seungwon

In virus-hit South Korea, AI monitors older adults

KIM TONG-HYUNG, Associated Press
May 31, 2020
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