Governments around the world are wrestling with when and how to lift economically painful virus-control measures as unemployment rises and rent payments come due.Many places have mandated strict restrictions on movement to try to stop the spread of a new coronavirus that has infected more than 2.2 million people and for which there is no vaccine. The debate in the U.S. has taken on political
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