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The World Health Organization (WHO) reportedtold CNN that's not necessarily the case.

"If widespread testing was the entire reason for the rise in cases, you'd expect to see the proportion of positive tests go down or at the very least remain steady. We're not seeing that," Ungerleider said. 

China said it has suspended poultry imports from a Tyson Foods facility where hundreds have tested positive for the coronavirus. Tyson Foods said it was looking into the reports and confirmed the facility in question was in Springdale, Arkansas.

As colleges prepare for the fall, their approaches are as diverse as the roughly 3,000 four-year colleges and universities that span the United States. Administrators know reopening is a risk, but colleges – many facing tough financial times – need students on campus to stay afloat. Some reopening plans include set shower times, single rooms in dorms and hotels and required face masks. 

📈 Today's numbers: Almost 2.3 million Americans and 8.9 million people worldwide have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the Johns Hopkins University dashboard. The U.S. death toll has surpassed 119,900; more than 468,400 people have died globally. 

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