What you need to know about coronavirus on Tuesday, June 30

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A version of this story appeared in the June 30 edition of CNN’s Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction newsletter. Sign up here to receive the need-to-know headlines every weekday.Fourth of July celebrations this weekend definitely won’t be the same, and officials in several cities and states are urging Americans to remain vigilant in their social distancing — they don’t want a repeat of Memorial Day, when crowds flouted the rules, flocking to beaches and parks for barbecues in warm weather. California has rolled back reopening plans, as Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday put 72% of the state’s population on a coronavirus “watch list.” In Los Angeles, officials are trying to build capacity at hospitals that are almost maxed out, with fewer than 850 beds left.”This is becoming an increasingly dangerous time,” LA Mayor Eric Garcetti said, warning the next two weeks would be critical. “Don’t start socializing in ways that are not permitted.”In Arizona, Governor Doug Ducey on Monday told people to “mask up” as he limited mass gatherings to 50 people ahead of the 4th of July weekend. Groups of more than 10 people will be prohibited from gathering at outdoor pools, while bars, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and tubing will also …

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