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Claire McCaskill: After states reopen, people will have to 'fend for themselves' to stay safe

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With officials like Dr. Rick Bright painting a bleak picture when it comes to the US’s handling of the pandemic, Former Senator Claire McCaskill says “I think people are beginning to realize that they’ll have to fend for themselves to some extent. They’ll have to figure out how to navigate their lives and stay safe.”