Spain opens border to tourists; Trump wants less testing

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Spain opened its borders to European tourists on Sunday in a bid to kickstart its vital tourism economy, but Brazil and South Africa reported record new levels of coronavirus infections. At a campaign rally, President Donald Trump questioned the value of testing for the virus, telling his government to reduce U.S. testing to avoid unflattering statistics. The head of the World Health Organization has warned  the virus’s global spread is accelerating after a daily high of 150,000 new cases was reported last week. At a campaign rally in Tulsa, Trump said Saturday he has told his administration to slow down virus testing. He said the United States has tested 25 million people, but the “bad part” is that found more cases.