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· Backlash against Trump exiting WHO as world virus cases top six million →
BRUSSELS, May 31 — US President Donald Trump faced a broad backlash yesterday over severing ties with the UN’s health agency during a pandemic, as coronavirus cases worldwide topped six million and infections surged in Latin America.
· Coronavirus data points for the week ending May 30: 100,000 deaths milestone, cases spiking in Arizona →
Ten new coronavirus-testing sites will be added to these areas to address the disproportionate rate of infections.
The New York Times
· ‘They’re Just Doing Whatever They Want.’ Few Masks Are Seen as Beach Town Reopens. →
The lesions are emerging as yet another symptom of infection with the new coronavirus.
· India extends lockdown, but allows businesses outside hot spots to reopen →
India extended its nationwide lockdown again on Saturday, as deaths and infections continue to rise across the country, per Johns Hopkins data.
· Dominic Cummings has damaged public trust, leading scientists warn Boris Johnson →
“As lockdown is eased, public trust and high compliance is essential to reduce the risk of a second spike in infections and deaths,” the academics wrote.
· Austrian health minister gives OK to crowd-free Formula 1 →
Austria is among countries moving ahead with easing restrictions as new coronavirus infections wane.
The New York Times
· China and India Brawl at 14,000 Feet Along the Border →
“The military skirmishes and standoffs with India seem to reflect Beijing’s calculation that India’s still increasing Covid-19 infections, coupled with its economic downturn, place it in no position to wage a border conflict,” said Brahma Chellaney, professor of strategic studies at the New Delhi-based Center for Policy Research.
· Experts raise concerns about damage to Malaysian childrens’ mental health, formative learning with extended school closures due to Covid-19 →
Schools nationwide have been closed since the MCO was implemented on March 18 to break the chain of Covid-19 infection.
· 14 new coronavirus infections reported in Tokyo →
Fourteen new coronavirus infections were reported in Tokyo on Saturday, a local official said.
· Nuclear regulators' Fukushima crisis probe hit by coronavirus →
A probe by nuclear regulators into the causes of the March 2011 Fukushima crisis has been hampered by the coronavirus pandemic, with the dispatch of staff from Tokyo postponed for fear of spreading infection among the some 4,000 on-site decommissioning workers.