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More businesses reopen; fourth inmate dies of COVID-19


MISSION, Kan. (AP) — Barbershops, hair salons, nail salons, tattoo parlors, tanning salons, gyms and fitness centers began to reopen Monday in parts of Kansas, even as the virus claimed another life at the state's largest prison.

Janey McCarthy, the owner of Blondie's Hair Designs in Topeka, said she was excited to get back to work as were her clients, who have been calling and sending pictures of what their roots and nails look like without professional help.

"It has been very difficult and very stressful," she said. "The bills keep coming every month with no income. And then we are res...

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