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Fashion designer dies, Cleveland Browns attendance upped, White House cases, more – coronavirus timeline Oct. 3-9

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Here is our regular roundup of coronavirus facts, figures and numbers regarding Cleveland, Ohio, the United States and the world Oct. 3-9:

Oct. 3: CNN says only three states – Texas, Missouri and South Carolina – are reporting a decline in new cases compared to last week, as the country hit its highest daily rate in almost two months. Twenty-one states report an increase in cases. Chris Christie, former New Jersey governor and aide to President Trump, announces he tested positive. He joins several other prominent figures who tested positive, including Kellyanne Conway and Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee. CBS News reports that the California governor’s office, in a Tweet, suggests restaurant-goers keep their masks on “in between bites.”

Oct. 4: Trump leaves the hospital and takes a ride with Secret Service members, drawing criticism for leaving a quarantined and controlled health environment. The

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Downtown Cleveland grocery store reopens after riot damage

CLEVELAND, Ohio — More than four months after the May 30 riots that looted Heinen’s downtown, customers can once again shop for their produce, groceries and prepared foods in the iconic Euclid Avenue building.



a store filled with lots of food: The downtown Cleveland Heinen's reopened early Wednesday morning, October 7, 2020, after being closed due to heavy damage since the end of May due to the riots in downtown. The rotunda is closed off, but part of it is being used for prepared foods, beer, wine and more. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com


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The downtown Cleveland Heinen’s reopened early Wednesday morning, October 7, 2020, after being closed due to heavy damage since the end of May due to the riots in downtown. The rotunda is closed off, but part of it is being used for prepared foods, beer, wine and more. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com



a group of people standing in a room: The downtown Cleveland Heinen's reopened early Wednesday morning, October 7, 2020, after being closed due to heavy damage since the end of May due to the riots in downtown. Employees prepare inside for the shoppers to arrive. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com


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The downtown Cleveland Heinen’s reopened early Wednesday morning, October 7, 2020, after being closed due to heavy damage since the end of May due to the riots in downtown. Employees prepare inside for the shoppers to arrive. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com

“I’m so excited it’s finally open,” said Candice Monroe, who was shopping with

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