Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.As states begin to partially reopen businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, White House Task Force member Dr. Deborah Birx said on Tuesday that face masks will be needed at large gatherings or on airplanes for the foreseeable future.“We know that talking, singing, certainly sneezing and coughing can pass the virus on to others.  And because you can pass it when you’re asymptomatic, people don’t know that they are infected,” Birx told “Fox & Friends,” explaining that in airports or at sporting events people are gathering from all different areas.“If everybody wears a face mask, then you’re protecting the other person because it’s really having the asymptomatic individuals wearing masks, but since you don’t know if you’re one of those, really everyone needs to in those kinds of social gathering situations.”US OFFICIALS CONFIRM FULL-SCALE INVESTIGATION OF WHETHER CORONAVIRUS ESCAPED FROM WUHAN LABMeanwhile, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott detailed plans on Monday to reopen the state for business amid the coronavirus pandemic – allowing places like retail stores, restaurants and movie theaters to open up to customers at a limited capacity by Friday May 1.Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick

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