CHRISTOPHER RUGABER and TIM SULLIVAN Associated Press The United States implemented dramatic new restrictions on Americans going out in public and 7 million people in the San Francisco area were put on a near-total lockdown to control the coronavirus emergency that has walloped the global economy. Not everyone was adhering to the clampdowns, however. On the same day that the Trump administration called on Americans to not gather in groups of more than 10 people and urged older people to stay home, Arizona, Florida and Illinois went ahead with plans to hold presidential primaries Tuesday. Ohio called off its primary just hours before polls were to open. Beaches on Florida's Gulf coast near Tampa stayed open, including one that was flooded with spring breakers. Gov. Ron Desantis said h
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