The unrest comes as many states have just begun lifting lockdown orders, raising fears of a new coronavirus outbreak in a country that has already killed more than 100,000 people due to the virus.
Yet protesters in dozens of cities, from Atlanta to New York and Los Angeles, have risen despite the risk, many of them wearing face masks to protect themselves from the virus, and tear gas.
“I think this week, more than any other week, it’s so important to focus on racial discrimination that many of us in the public health community have been talking for months,” said emergency room physician and researcher Dr. At Brown University, told CNN. “It has to do with the history of structural racism in our country.”
You asked We answered
Q: How can we protest safely?
Today is important
Liftdown despite warnings
From Moscow to Manila, lockdowns are also rising as infection rates continue to rise, raising fears of a second wave. Scientists have warned that reviving the economy without proper precautions will soon lead to new, uncontrolled outbreaks – but the government has not stopped them from moving forward with their plans.
South America lawsuits increase
Things are looking shameless at the world’s newest Covid-19 center. Brazil now has more than 514,000 records of the virus than any other country except the United States. Meanwhile, the number of cases recorded in Peru yesterday has risen to more than 1,164,000.
The hurricane season is going to look different this year
When disaster strikes, state emergency officials are prepared for the worst. Most plans, however, do not include a hurricane season that is accompanied by a devastating epidemic that depletes resources and shows no signs of recession.
Mothers are doing the most
While mothers are able to work only one hour uninterrupted for every three hours done by the father, a new study in the UK found that mothers work more and spend more time with their children in homes where there are working mothers and both fathers.
The sacred sites are being reopened
Life has begun to return to normal at some of the world’s most prominent places of worship. One of the holiest sites in Jerusalem, known to Muslims as the Nobel Sanctuary and to Jews as the Temple Mount, was reopened for the first time at more than twice yesterday morning. The compound is the holiest place in the world for Jews and the third holiest place for Muslims. For the first time since the lockdown began in Italy about three months ago, Pope Francis, for the first time, gave a traditional theological salute from his window.
On our radar
- One 103-year-old Massachusetts woman The man, who recovered from Covid-19, was told by nurses to get “out” from his room after a negative test. They still let him celebrate with a favorite drink: a cool bud light. 3
- The 94-year-old Queen of Britain He has made his first public appearance since the coronavirus lockdown began in the UK. And it was on horseback.
- Some good news: Even after four weeks of isolated bans, the numbers Covid-19 cases in Italy Deterioration continues.
- After lifting the lockdown, South Korea Saw a spike in the case. About two dozen infected public health officials have connected several small churches.
- Japanese electronic giant Hitachi Announcing homework from 2021 as a new rule has surprised many in Japan – a country famous for its demanding work culture, with “paid” watches up to 60 hours a week.
- Tokyo retailers are embracing Heat imaging camera As a way to quickly scan multiple customers for fevers. This technology is expected to play a major role in the reconstruction of Japan.
- When the five Hawaiian fishermen sailed to sea, they had one goal: to feed their local healthcare workers. Boy did they deliver (220 pound tuna).
“It’s like running a roller coaster in the dark. No game plans. No protocol.” “- CNN producer Lu Foglia