Visitors are rushing to national parks amid employees’ concerns about coronavirus
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Visitors are rushing to national parks amid employees’ concerns about coronavirus

The Trump administration has insisted on keeping national parks open amid the coronavirus crisis so that Americans can avoid being pent up in their homes and enjoy the outdoors. But at what cost?

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