As the country’s death toll surpasses 92,000, all 50 US states have partially reopened after a two-month shutdown.
On Wednesday, Connecticut became the final state to lift restrictions when it gave the green light to shops and restaurants under certain conditions.
But wide discrepancies remain between states in terms of infection rates and the pace of their economic restart.
Many have not met the federal guidance on how to reopen, including a 14-day “downward trajectory” of cases.
The District of Columbia is expected to announce its reopening next week.
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Countrywide, the US is seeing an overall downward trend in new cases and deaths over time.
Some of the hardest-hit areas, including New York, New Jersey and Washington state are now showing the sharpest declines, while majority of states have reached plateaus. Still, states like Arizona and North Carolina continue to report increases.