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Experts say activity isn't under control in 24 states.
In other international developments, case surges stretch health systems in Russia and Brazil, and France reports illnesses associated with recent school reopenings.
Brazil is poised to become the next pandemic epicenter, with almost 10,000 new cases reported today.
In another first, a tiger in New York tested positive, and death rates dropped in some of Europe's hot spots.
The CDC recommends face masks when it's hard to maintain physical distance, such as in grocery stores.
The world is witnessing nearly exponential growth, and deaths have more than doubled this past week.
Three main hot spots saw no slowdown in cases, and Argentina and Chile became the latest countries in the Americas to report their first cases.
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