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The New York Times
· Unemployment Claims Remain High as Businesses Reopen →
Mass protests against police brutality that have brought thousands of people onto the streets in cities across America are raising the specter of new coronavirus outbreaks, prompting political leaders, physicians and public health experts to warn that the crowds could cause a surge in cases.
· Senegal to ease virus curfew after angry protests →
The figures are low compared to countries in Europe and the United States, although experts caution that, as elsewhere in Africa, Senegal is vulnerable to the pandemic because of its weak health system.
· Italy targets quick return of football fans to stadiums →
Even some key health experts believe that letting spectators back in is not impossible.
· First-time gun owners at risk of suicide, new study confirms →
Experts say new evidence is more powerfully persuasive than any research to date
· The best skincare routine for acne, explained by experts →
If you wear make-up, experts recommend double-cleansing in the evenings to ensure pores do not become clogged, which can exacerbate acne.
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One expert is calling for a second round of stimulus checks to offset the financial strife experienced by struggling American during the coronavirus pandemic.
· Coronavirus: No 10 fails to deny reports Boris Johnson told Italian PM he wanted ‘herd immunity’ →
Experts cast doubt on the idea at the time, saying there was no guarantee people will become permanently immune to the virus once catching it.
· India’s urban Covid-19 outbreak is morphing into a rural health crisis →
Some experts say that a peak remains weeks away.