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Coronavirus wrap-up: Pandemic distancing threatened by parties, protests

Southold Town police sergeant retirement party appears to break pandemic protocols. Experts worry nationwide protests could further spread COVID-19 in minority communities. And nice weather doesn’t mean social distancing guidelines don’t apply. Here’s the latest in Monday's daily coronavirus wrap-up video. Credit: Newsday staff; Photo Credit: Kathy Kmonicek

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