Since Election Day in 2018, U.S. Army troops have covered the border fence that runs through Nogales, Arizona, with rows and rows of razor wire. The Nogales City Council voted in February to ask the feds to remove the wire, a common sight in war zones but generally not in small American towns. "This is overkill," Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino told The Washington Post. Residents have reported seeing people jump the fence anyway.
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Mass Antibody Testing in This Rural Colorado County Sheds Light on COVID-19's Prevalence and Lethality
The number of Americans who have been infected by the virus, which seems to be much higher than the official tally suggests, is crucial to understanding how deadly it is.
Not every apparent violation of a quarantine order is a risk to other people, and not all need to be (or can be) enforced equally.
The state has shut down all liquor stores, leading customers to crowd into retailers across the border.