Iowa gives the OK to casinos, amusement parks, outdoor entertainment events
Des Moines Register: Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds ratcheted back further restrictions today, allowing casinos and amusement parks to reopen next week and easing additional safeguards on bars and restaurants. Reynolds said at her daily coronavirus briefing that casinos and gaming facilities, amusement parks, bowling alleys, pool halls and arcades can all reopen next Monday, with the caveat that they keep operating capacity to 50% and follow social distancing and public health guidelines. Additionally, speedways and racetracks can have fans in attendance and outdoor performance venues can hold live events, with social distancing and public health guidelines in place. 

COVID-19 lawsuit takes on McDonald’s like it was a rowdy bar
Reuters:  As U.S. businesses reopen, worried workers and their advocates are borrowing a legal strategy commonly used to shut down rowdy topless bars to try and force employers to strengthen protection against further spread of the coronavirus. Workers and their families at McDonald’s Corp.’s Chicago restaurants have filed a class-action lawsuit against the fast-food chain that does not seek money for sick staff, but compliance with health guidance such as providing clean face masks. The strategy was unsuccessful against a meatpacking plant but experts said it could work against McDonald’s and other companies, and a business group warned about a flood of cases.

– S&P 500 clears 3,000 barrier on hopes of recovery, vaccine (Reuters)
– Apple to reopen about 100 U.S. stores, most with curbside pickup (Reuters)
– KFC is testing a new chicken sandwich (CNN Business)