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Was ridiculed for wearing masks Biden criticizes Trump macho

Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden wears a face mask to protect against the spread of the new coronavirus as he and Jill Biden depart after placing a wreath at the Delaware Memorial Bridge Veterans Memorial Park, Monday, May 25, 2020, in New Castle, Del. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Biden laid a wreath at the Veterans Memorial Park in Delaware on Monday (25th). He wore a black mask and black sunglasses, and his face was almost completely covered by the American media. FOX News anchor Britt then tweeted mocking Biden: “This may explain why President Trump is reluctant to wear a mask to appear in front of the public.” President Trump then forwarded the tweet and a photo of Biden wearing a mask on Twitter, mocking the other party wearing a mask.

When interviewed by CNN, Biden responded that Trump would be a fool to do this, “an absolute fool.” Biden said, “Doctors all over the world are saying that when we are in a crowd, we should wear masks.” He criticized Trump for trying to create a culture against wearing masks. Criticized him for incorrectly posing as a “big man gesture” leading to people’s death. At the expense of human life, he pointed out that Trump’s position is exacerbating people’s death.

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Under the epidemic, yellow tape separates New York church seats from being mocked at the crime scene

A Catholic church in Brooklyn, New York, USA reopened yesterday (26th), but in order to maintain social distance, the church used yellow tape similar to the police blockade to separate the seats. Some people laughed and said that there were more crime scenes than religious places.

The church was closed on March 20 due to the new crown virus, and it was recently reopened to the believers on the 26th with the approval of Brooklyn Bishop Di Mazio. As you can see from the photo, the church seats are sealed with yellow tape similar to those commonly used by police officers, safely separating up to 10 worshipers. In addition, the church posted different notices that required people to wear masks and maintain a 6-foot social distance. Some netizens left messages on Facebook photos, laughing that the church has now become a “crime scene or construction site.”

At present, Catholic churches in Brooklyn and Queens are only open for private prayers and dedication, while mass is still conducted online. Funerals, baptisms and weddings are allowed, but no more than 10 people are allowed and masks must be worn. Di Mazio reminded Catholics not to expect to restore the church life in the past, and pointed out that a series of changes will be made to keep everyone healthy and safe during prayer and worship. “I have faith and faithfulness as God Children, we will respond to the challenges ahead. “

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A third of Americans feel anxious in the outbreak

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization, attends the 147th session of the WHO Executive Board session in Geneva, Switzerland, Friday, May 22,2020. (WHO/Christopher Black via AP)

According to data from the US Census Bureau, since the outbreak, one-third of Americans have experienced anxiety or depression. Among them, the proportion of people who reported depression was more than double that of 2014.

“Washington Post” reported that the Census Bureau began a weekly survey from the end of April to understand the impact of the epidemic on civilian employment, housing, finance, education and health. The latest survey from May 7 to 12 showed that Among the 1 million households, the answers from more than 42,000 households indicated that the respondents may have depression and anxiety.

When the question relates to mental health, 24% of the respondents ’answers reflected the clinical symptoms of severe depression, and 30% experienced general anxiety symptoms. By region, New York State has the 12th highest number of people with these two symptoms. In addition, nearly half of the respondents in Mississippi experienced depression or anxiety, and only one in four people in Iowa experienced the same.

Among the many ethnic groups, young people, women, and grassroots people have a higher proportion of depression or anxiety. Among them, the trends of depression, mental stress, and suicide of young people are showing signs of deterioration. Kim Frido, chairman of the advocacy group Mental Health America, believes that as schools reopen, schools must pay attention to students’ mental health and provide more psychological examinations for young people.

In the past three months, citizens have generally fallen into fear, social isolation and the soaring unemployment rate have also brought variables to people’s lives. Although the census bureau provided reference data, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that “developing health guidelines based on surveys is neither feasible nor appropriate.”

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Tweet marked as false and Trump threatens to close Twitter

FILE – In this Tuesday, May 26, 2020 file photo, President Donald Trump answers questions from reporters during an event on protecting seniors with diabetes in the Rose Garden White House in Washington. On Tuesday, Twitter took the unprecedented step of adding fact-check alerts to two of Trump?™s tweets about voting by mail. The next day the president threatened social media companies with new regulation or even shuttering. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

US President Trump loves to use Twitter to post, but his two most recent tweets were officially marked as “fact check” by Twitter for misleading or misrepresentation. In response to this, Trump criticized Twitter for infringing on freedom of expression earlier, and later threatened to supervise social media companies and even shut them down.

Trump said in a tweet, “Republicans are starting to feel that social media is suppressing the voice of conservatives.” “If the situation does not improve, we will forcefully control or shut down the platform.” He threatened: “There will be A major action. “A White House spokesman said that Trump is about to sign an executive order on social media, but did not disclose details.

White House spokesman Kayleigh McEnany told reporters on the US Presidential Air Force One (Air Force One) that flew to Washington from Florida on the 27th that Trump will sign a An executive order on social media, but did not disclose other details of the executive order.

Twitter and other social media companies did not immediately respond to Trump’s threat.

Regarding Trump’s threatening remarks, some legal experts said that the options for suppressing how social networks platforms are managed are limited to some extent. The options Trump can choose range from pushing new legislation to putting pressure on US regulators to sue these companies, but none of these guarantees what Trump threatens to do.

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Global cumulative diagnosis of more than 5.7 million U.S. cumulative deaths exceeded 100,000

A security guard takes a worker’s temperature at the entrance of a fish market in the Villa Maria del Triunfo district on the outskirts of Lima, Peru, Wednesday, May 27, 2020, amid the new coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

The number of people infected with the new corona virus has increased to more than 5.7 million people, and more than 354,000 people have died.

The number of people diagnosed in the United States, which has the worst epidemic situation, increased to more than 1.74 million, and 102,000 people died. While the number of confirmed cases in the local area is still increasing, more key facilities and scenic spots are planned to reopen. The Governor of Nevada announced that the casino will be allowed to reopen next week, and several major casinos in Las Vegas immediately announced the reopening plan. Disney announced that the Florida Disney World Resort will reopen four parks and facilities in phases in mid-July, and has reopened shops in the park on Wednesday.

The epidemic in Brazil has continued to deteriorate, with more than 410,000 people diagnosed and more than 25,000 dead. Brazil ’s first hospital wing dedicated to the treatment of Aboriginal patients was opened to treat Brazilian indigenous people with a high mortality rate.

More than 8,000 confirmed cases have been added to Russia, and the number of deaths has risen to nearly 4,000. Although the epidemic is still severe, the mayor of Moscow announced that it will allow more shops to reopen next week, and the home order will be extended until the middle of next month.

In India, more than 150,000 cases have been diagnosed, and the death toll has risen to more than 4,300. Indian domestic routes resumed on the 25th, and patients with new coronary pneumonia appeared on two round-trip flights.

A total of more than 267 thousand cases have been diagnosed in the United Kingdom, and 37,460 deaths have been diagnosed. The National Health Service (NHS) of the United Kingdom allows the use of reduxill for the treatment of critically ill patients.

A total of 145,746 cases were diagnosed in France, and the government announced the suspension of hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of new coronary pneumonia.

A total of 181,524 cases were diagnosed in Germany, and the government decided to extend social restrictions until June 29.

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More than 5.4 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with new coronavirus

The number of people infected with the new coronavirus has exceeded 5.4 million, and more than 340,000 people have died.

Patrons buy ice cream Sunday, May 24, 2020, on Balboa Island in Newport Beach, Calif. As California residents ventured outdoors to take advantage of sunshine and relaxed rules to control the spread of the coronavirus, authorities said Memorial Day weekend crowds at beaches and parks were manageable Sunday, with most people wearing face coverings and practicing social distancing. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

The number of diagnoses in the United States is still the highest in the world, increasing to more than 1.68 million people infected with epidemics, and accumulating more than 97,000 deaths. At present, various states in the United States have relaxed the isolation restrictions to a certain extent, and many people have flocked to outdoor attractions such as beaches and parks. However, the governor of Arkansas recently stated that there were multiple infections at a pool party in Arkansas, and the local area was facing a second wave of “infection peaks.” On the 24th local time, Dr. Bix, an expert in the White House Anti-epidemic Working Group, said, “It is difficult to say whether the United States will be closed again due to the epidemic.” On the same day, the White House announced a travel ban on Brazil. Entry. This regulation will take effect from 23:59 on May 28th.

The epidemic in Brazil continues to spread, and the number of diagnoses ranks second in the world. More than 15,800 people were diagnosed in the past day, and the cumulative number of cases increased to 363,000, with more than 22,000 deaths. The US government announced a travel ban on Brazil. Non-US citizens who have stayed in Brazil in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter. This regulation will take effect from 23:59 on May 28th. .

The number of confirmed diagnoses in the UK has increased by approximately 2,400, and more than 36,000 have died. Cummins, the adviser to Prime Minister Johnson, violated the national ban on closures at the end of March and left his London residence for the northern city of Durham, 250 km away. The Labor Party criticized Cummings for violating the government’s anti-epidemic regulations and blockade measures, and the Scottish National Party and the Scottish Labor Party demanded their resignation. However, Johnson defended Cummings on the 24th, saying that he had “no choice” and “forgiveness”.

In Spain, 70 new people died from the new coronavirus, which is the eighth consecutive day of deaths of less than 100 people. The capitals Madrid and Barcelona will lift some restrictions today.

There are 56594 new crown patients in Italy, which is 1158 fewer than the previous day; 1639 new cases were cured, and a total of 140479 cases were cured. In recent weeks, the number of deaths from the new crown in a single day in Italy has generally declined.

In Germany, Frankfurt, which has entered the “unblocking” state, held hundreds of new cases of new pneumonia after a religious event was held. Heisei Health Minister Kai Klose said on the 24th that as of that day the number of infections had reached 107. The church said it was unable to give the exact number of people attending the worship service.

54 countries in the African region reported 108,109 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia, 3,260 deaths, and 42,937 people recovered.

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The number of diagnoses in Brazil increased to more than 360,000 U.S. foreigners are prohibited from entering Brazil

A woman takes photos of her daughters by a mural referencing the COVID-19 pandemic, painted in honor of health workers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, May 21, 2020. The mural is by graffiti artist Angelo Campos, 39, who has lost two relatives to the new coronavirus. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)

New coronaviruses continue to ravage Brazil, and more than 15,800 people have been diagnosed in the past day. The cumulative number of cases has increased to 363,000, with more than 22,000 deaths. Brazil is the second most diagnosed country in the world. The United States announced the immigration restrictions imposed on Brazil.

The White House of the United States announced that all non-Americans who have been to Brazil within 14 days will be banned from entering the country. The ban will be implemented late at night on the 28th of this month.

A White House spokesman said the new restrictions will help ensure that foreigners will not introduce more viruses into the United States, but this measure does not apply to trade between the two countries.

A spokesman for Brazilian President Bolsonaro said that the ban had no obvious impact on Brazil. Bolsonaro still ignored the epidemic and held many large gatherings. The footage of his meeting with supporters was broadcast live on social networking sites on Sunday. He did not wear a mask throughout the journey, and many people in the crowd did not wear a mask. Bolsonaro shook hands with the public several times for close contact, but did not cooperate with experts to make suggestions to maintain a safe social distance.

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Latin America’s new crown epidemic intensifies Brazil’s confirmed cases increase to more than 360,000

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro speaks to supporters while departing his official residence, Alvorada palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Thursday, May 21, 2020. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

The new coronavirus epidemic is getting worse in South America. In Brazil, which has the second highest number of confirmed cases in the world, more than 15,800 people have been diagnosed in the past day, and the cumulative number of cases has increased to 363,000, with more than 22,000 deaths. The local epidemic has not peaked, but the medical systems in some cities, including São Paulo, are close to being overloaded. When President Bolsonaro attended a supporter rally in the capital Brasilia on Sunday, he wore a mask when he arrived, but he quickly removed it. He shook hands with the supporters and hugged a boy.

A total of 69,102 cases were diagnosed in Chile and 718 people were infected with the disease. Chilean President Pinella said that the number of local diagnoses in a single day has increased rapidly, the demand for medical services, intensive care units and ventilators has increased greatly, and the domestic health care system has been “very close to the limit.

A total of 12,076 cases were diagnosed in Argentina, and 452 people were infected with the disease. The cumulative number of confirmed cases in the capital of Buenos Aires continues to increase, and the authorities will extend the validity of the mandatory closure order to 7th of next month. Hit by the epidemic, Venezuela is facing a shortage of refined oil domestically.

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English school resumes classes in batches as scheduled next month Johnson calls on teachers and parents to prepare

In this photo issued by 10 Downing Street, Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a media briefing on coronavirus in Downing Street, London, Sunday May 24, 2020. Boris Johnson says he won’t fire his chief aide Dominic Cummings for allegedly violating the national coronavirus lockdown rules that he helped to create. (Andrew Parsons/10 Downing Street via AP)

The epidemic situation in many countries in Europe has continued to ease, and countries have gradually relaxed the “blockade” measures. British Prime Minister Johnson said that he would resume classes in phases starting on the 1st of next month. He pointed out that the government would handle it carefully and called on teachers and parents to prepare for it. He also said that all teachers, students and their families, if they develop symptoms, will be arranged to be tested for viruses.

Johnson said that he hopes to provide middle schools with the opportunity to contact from June 15th to prepare students for the 10th grade (ie S4) and 12th grade (ie S6) next year’s exam, involving about 4 points and 1 student.

A local association of educators said that the government failed to convince the education community that it was safe to return to school and called on the government to conduct a meaningful dialogue with the association.

However, some school organizations welcome the resumption of classes in stages, but believe that there is little time for primary schools to take safety measures to resume classes, reflecting that the government has not done a good job to reassure the education community.

Some principal organizations said that they would decide to resume classes according to the circumstances of individual schools according to Johnson. They also said that unless appropriate security measures are in place, they will not be forced to reopen the school.

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Japan is planning to lift the emergency in 5 places including Tokyo

People wearing face masks to protect against the spread of the new coronavirus walk in a shopping arcade in Yokohama, near Tokyo, Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Japan’s prime minister has announced the end of the state of emergency for most regions of the country, but restrictions are being kept in place in Tokyo and seven other high-risk areas, including Osaka, Kyoto and Hokkaido. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

The Japanese government basically decided that the state of emergency in Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, Kanagawa and Hokkaido will be completely lifted on the 25th. In the morning, an advisory committee was convened to hear the opinions of experts on the emergency declarations of the last five prefectures. Minister of Economic Regeneration Nimura Kang Min said at the meeting that, according to the analysis of the current epidemic situation, it is believed that all prefectures and counties do not need to implement emergency situations.

According to reports, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the relevant cabinet members analyzed the new crown epidemic situation. The Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare Kato Shengxin stated that “the number of new infections is decreasing, and the same trend is occurring in (emergency) continuing areas. Medical conditions Tension has been greatly relieved. “The

Japanese government lifted the emergency declaration in most areas earlier, but Tokyo, Hokkaido, Kanagawa, Saitama, and Chiba prefectures have remained. Japanese media reported that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced today the announcement of the lifting of the emergency, and will also formulate guidelines on the movement of people across counties and cities, the opening of stores, and the resumption of various events.

The Japanese government regards “the number of newly infected persons in the last week is less than 0.5 per 100,000 population” as one of the criteria for lifting the state of emergency, and it will also make a comprehensive judgment based on medical treatment and testing system conditions. At the same time, the Japanese government also believes that even if the numerical value fails to reach the rough goal, as long as a sufficient medical and testing system can be ensured and the infection route can be tracked, the state of emergency can be lifted.