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Cases are rising as normal life resumes. But blaming vacationers and partygoers ignores government failures and socioeconomic problems.
Locals are donning hazmat suits and trying to clean up the oil spill after the MV Wakashio struck a coral reef and ran aground.
The explosion has fueled popular outrage against the country's top political leaders and security agencies, and led to the resignation of the government on Monday.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that authorities have found four cases of the coronavirus in an Auckland household with no history of overseas travel.
The school in Bangkok reopened in July with various social distancing measures in place.
Brazil's democracy may not be strong enough to withstand the onslaught it's facing from a far-right president hellbent on bending every institution to his will.
President Vladimir Putin said that one of his daughters has already been inoculated with the vaccine.
As COVID-19 cases reach a new high around the globe, the U.S. notably struggles to contain the virus.
Several provinces have released results of serology testing for COVID-19 antibodies.
FROM HUFFPOST CANADA
Weekly testing of pupils and teachers could be necessary in order to keep coronavirus transmission rates down, the children's commissioner says.
FROM HUFFPOST U.K.