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CNN News: 特朗普:各州长决定何时开放哪些领域

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Too reopen or not to reopen, that is the question that starts off a new week of our down the middle coverage on CNN 10. I'm Carl Azuz. Late last week, the Trump Administration issued new guidelines for how the U.S. could reduce restrictions on where people can go and what they can do.

太开放或不开放,这是一个问题,我们开始了新的一周的CNN 10报道。我是卡·阿祖兹。上周晚些时候,特朗普政府发布了新的指导方针,指导美国如何减少外出、可以做什么相关限制。

It's a three phase approach. It would start with certain businesses allowing employees to return in limited numbers and it would eventually lead to schools, gyms and stadiums being allowed to completely reopen. But these are Federal suggestions, not Federal law and President Donald Trump says it will be up to individual states to decide what to open back up and when.

这是一个三阶段的方法。首先,某些企业允许部分员工返回,最终学校、体育馆和体育场允许完全重新开放。但这些都是联邦政府的建议,而不是联邦法律,唐纳德·特朗普总统表示将由各州自己决定何时开放哪些领域。

Those decisions will depend on how many coronavirus cases they have and how equipped they are to deal with them. In New York, for instance, there've been more than 240.000 cases of COVID-19 but states like Maine, Montana and Wyoming have each recorded fewer than 1.000 cases.

这些决定将取决于各州有多少冠状病毒病例以及州长准备如何应对。例如,在纽约,已经有超过240.000例病例,但是缅因州、蒙大拿州和怀俄明州记录在案的病例都少于1.000例。

Many governors and health officials say testing is key to knowing who's spreading the virus and that there's still not enough of that being done across America. President Trump says his Administration's working to increase testing and that the U.S. has tested more people than any other country. There've been protests in several states with people asking their governors to open things back up.

许多州长和卫生官员表示,检测是了解是谁在传播病毒的关键,而目前美国还没有足够的检测设备。特朗普总统表示,政府正在努力增加检测,美国检测的人数比其他任何国家都多。几个州都发生了抗议活动,人们要求州长重新开放。

One organizer says small businesses are being destroyed under the lockdowns. On the other hand, health officials have said the state closures and social distancing laws have been effective in preventing COVID-19 from spreading. So the debate pits economic concerns against health guidelines and because the disease isn't spread evenly across America, there's no one clear policy that can be applied nationwide. In terms of testing and tracking coronavirus, South Korea has a variety of tools it uses but critics say what it costs in privacy is enormous.

一位组织者表示,小企业在封锁下逐渐倒闭。另一方面,卫生官员表示,国家关闭措施和社会疏远有效地防止了COVID-19的传播。这场辩论将经济问题与健康指导方针对立起来,因为这种疾病并不是均匀地在美国传播,所以没有一个明确的政策可以适用于全国。在检测和追踪冠状病毒方面,韩国有各种各样的工具,但批评人士说,但实际花费代价巨大。

Too reopen or not to reopen, that is the question that starts off a new week of our down the middle coverage on CNN 10. I'm Carl Azuz. Late last week, the Trump Administration issued new guidelines for how the U.S. could reduce restrictions on where people can go and what they can do.

It's a three phase approach. It would start with certain businesses allowing employees to return in limited numbers and it would eventually lead to schools, gyms and stadiums being allowed to completely reopen. But these are Federal suggestions, not Federal law and President Donald Trump says it will be up to individual states to decide what to open back up and when.

Those decisions will depend on how many coronavirus cases they have and how equipped they are to deal with them. In New York, for instance, there've been more than 240.000 cases of COVID-19 but states like Maine, Montana and Wyoming have each recorded fewer than 1.000 cases.

Many governors and health officials say testing is key to knowing who's spreading the virus and that there's still not enough of that being done across America. President Trump says his Administration's working to increase testing and that the U.S. has tested more people than any other country. There've been protests in several states with people asking their governors to open things back up.

One organizer says small businesses are being destroyed under the lockdowns. On the other hand, health officials have said the state closures and social distancing laws have been effective in preventing COVID-19 from spreading. So the debate pits economic concerns against health guidelines and because the disease isn't spread evenly across America, there's no one clear policy that can be applied nationwide. In terms of testing and tracking coronavirus, South Korea has a variety of tools it uses but critics say what it costs in privacy is enormous.

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