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Florida, Nevada may be hit hardest by coronavirus economic shock: study

Reuters Monday, 6 April 2020
Florida beaches remained packed with partying college students as the coronavirus crisis gathered force, and the Republican governor was slow to impose social distancing in a tourist-dependent economy.
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