|bacterial infection||Bakteriyel enfeksiyon|
|fungal infection||Mantar enfeksiyonu|
|risk of infection||Enfeksiyon riski|
|tract infection||Sistem enfeksiyonu|
|viral infection||Viral enfeksiyon|
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· Morning mail: protests and violence flare across US, Rio Tinto says sorry, a boy's marathon achievement →
Global coronavirus infections have passed the 6m mark as Latin America hit the grim milestone of 50,000 deaths, half of them in Brazil.
· US sends 2 million doses of unproven virus drug to Brazil →
He has previously said he is taking it himself in the hope of avoiding infection with the virus.
· George Floyd riots LIVE updates: Minneapolis National Guard deployed as police officer charged with murder →
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said street protests over George Floyd's death in police custody could spark more COVID-19 infections.
· Indian states rush to identify high-risk zones to remain in lockdown →
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has extended lockdown until Jun 30 in so-called containment zones that should remain under lockdown because they continue to report a high number of infections.
· Mexico to start reopening from lockdown amid rising infections →
But infections are still on the rise.
The Wall Street Journal
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· Fears grow of US coronavirus surge from George Floyd protests →
According to figures from Johns Hopkins University in Maryland, the US has seen nearly 1.8m infections and nearly 104,000 deaths in the Covid-19 pandemic.
· Canada to promote holidays at home because of COVID-19 border closures →
As violence erupted in cities across the country over George Floyd's death in Minneapolis last week, protests have now been added to the list of concerns about a possible second wave of coronavirus infections.
The New York Times
· Your Monday Briefing →
The reopenings continue even though the number of infections worldwide has surpassed six million and at least 369,000 have died.