Alarming rise in virus cases as states roll back lockdowns


Server Gabby Fasoline serves customers at a table at Kona Grill in Boca Park Fashion Village as some businesses that were closed seven weeks ago to fight the spread of the coronavirus are allowed to reopen on May 9, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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States are rolling back lockdowns, but the coronavirus isn’t done with the U.S.

Cases are rising in nearly half the states, according to an Associated Press analysis, a worrying trend that could intensify as people return to work and venture out during the summer.

In Arizona, hospitals have been told to

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People not wearing masks is factor in Arizona coronavirus spike


University of Arizona’s Dr. Farshad Marvasti told CNBC on Thursday that wearing a face mask “is part of our civic duty” to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. 

One reason for Arizona’s recent rise in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations is that many people in the state are not wearing masks, Marvasti said on “Power Lunch.” 

“Most folks have been out and about in closed spaces, including nightclubs, bars, malls, restaurants, without any mask wearing, and I think that’s a big contributor to what’s going on,” Marvasti said. “This idea that we can just kind of go back to normal

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PVH, Adobe, Lululemon and more


People walk past the Calvin Klein store at the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets Mall on October 21, 2017 in Central Valley, NY.

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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.

Adobe — The software company’s stock rose 4% in extended trading after Adobe ptovided its second-quarter earnings. Adobe reported earnings of $2.45 per share excluding some items with revenue of $3.13 billion, while analysts estimated earnings of $2.33 per share on revenue of $3.16 billion, according to Refinitiv. “The tectonic shift towards ‘all things digital’ across all customer segments globally will serve as a

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Stock futures open higher as Wall Street tries to recover from its worst day since March


The bronze statue “Fearless Girl” on Wall Street wears a respirator mask.

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U.S. stock futures were flat on Thursday night after growing worries of a resurgence in coronavirus cases sent equity prices plunging.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures traded just 9 points higher, or 0.1%. S&P 500 futures were marginally lower along with Nasdaq-100 futures.

The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all recorded their biggest one-day losses since mid-March, posting losses of at least 5.3%. Thursday’s declines put the major averages on pace for their biggest weekly losses since March 20, when

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