‘If this thing boomerangs’: Second wave of infections feared

  • Masked security guards walk through City Creek Center Wednesday, May 6, 2020, in Salt Lake City. City Creek Center reopened today. Several major Utah malls have reopened after Utah leaders moved the state’s COVID-19 risk level from high to moderate. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

WASHINGTON — As Europe and the U.S. loosen their lockdowns against the coronavirus, health experts are expressing growing dread over what they say is an all-but-certain second wave of deaths and infections that could force governments to clamp back down.