Countries and US states move to reopen amid health warnings

COPENHAGEN (AP) — Countries across Europe and beyond — joined in the U.S. by a cascade of states — are moving to gradually reopen amid warnings that acting too quickly could enable the virus to come back with a vengeance. Meanwhile, U.N. leaders are calling for efforts to enure that all people have access to testing, medical supplies, drugs and future vaccines, especially in developing countries. Spain will begin allowing children out of their homes for brief periods next Monday. Denmark has announced plans to reopen Tivoli Gardens, the Copenhagen amusement park that inspired Walt Disney.