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Walt Disney World reopens: Scenes from the first day back after COVID-19
On July 11, Disney World reopened its gates to the public for the first time since March 15. See photos from the joyful first day back.      
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Walt Disney World reopens to the public after 4-month coronavirus closure
Walt Disney World has reopened to the public but with many new precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.      
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Walt Disney World reopens Saturday: Park still 'magical' but modified for COVID-19
Walt Disney World is reopening to the public Saturday, nearly four months after it closed due to the coronavirus. And what a different world it is.      
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Is it safe for Disney World to reopen Saturday as coronavirus cases soar in Florida?
As Walt Disney World prepares to reopen Saturday, Florida has recorded the largest weekly increase in coronavirus cases in the country.       
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Nevada's bars are closing again due to COVID-19 surge. Are casinos next? Here's what we know
What are the odds of Nevada closing a Las Vegas Strip resort corridor that doubles as the state's economic engine?      
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Giant sting rays swim past unsuspecting beachgoers
Aerial footage from St. Petersburg, Florida shows a group of giant eagle rays cruising past swimmers.       
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'Staggered resumption': Carnival Corp. will not make full return until 2022
Carnival Corp. cruise lines will take a phased return to sailing determined by region and will not reach full capacity until 2022 at earliest.      
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Last call: Las Vegas to shuts bars down again Friday night to thwart coronavirus spike
Las Vegas bars, including restaurant bars, will shut down again on Friday night, just five weeks after The Strip reopened to visitors.       
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Hersheypark's opening amid COVID-19 involves masks, higher security and temperature checks
Hersheypark has had thousands of questions on their social media pages about when the park would open and how guests would stay safe amid COVID-19.       
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Walt Disney World welcomes first guests since coronavirus closures
Annual passholders were treated to a special preview of the Magic Kingdom's reopening. Walt Disney World has been closed for nearly four months.       
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Let me take a selfie: Iowa's first selfie museum goes viral in Des Moines
A do-it-yourself photo studio with 27 "Instagrammable" rooms has only been open a month, but it's drawing people from across the country to Merle Hay Mall.       
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'Aggressive' bees cause Joshua Tree National Park officials to close popular campground for two weeks
It's a definite buzzkill for those looking to visit the popular Jumbo Rocks Campground at Joshua Tree National Park in California through July 24.      
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'This is not the summer for a spontaneous road trip': The case for canceling your vacation
Vacationing during a pandemic is an act of pure selfishness. It doesn't just endanger your life. It could spread COVID-19 and prolong the situation.       
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Disney World reopens with new safety measures
As Walt Disney World reopens, here are some new health and safety measures you may see.       
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Disney World reopening: Passholder event provides sneak peek at new COVID-19 precautions
As Disney World welcomed passholders for a preview ahead of Saturday's reopening, fans were pleased with the park's new COVID-19 precautions.       
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TSA adds new coronavirus protections for screeners after whistleblower complaint
Starting later this month, TSA officers will be required to change their gloves more frequently and wear face shields when screening passengers.       
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