A mural in Chennai, India, celebrates workers on the front lines against the coronavirus pandemic. The global case count crossed the 20 million threshold on Monday, with the U.S., Brazil and India in the lead.
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President Trump signs executive actions regarding coronavirus economic relief during a news conference in Bedminster, N.J., on Saturday. A number of lawmakers are criticizing the measures' substance and constitutionality.
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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, pictured giving his annual State of the City speech in April, announced on Wednesday that he is authorizing the Department of Water and Power to shut off service at properties hosting large parties, which are forbidden under coronavirus health orders.
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Tropical Storm Isaias downed wires and uprooted trees, like this one in New York City, leaving millions of customers without power in parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Wednesday. The governors of Connecticut and New York have each declared a state of emergency and are calling for investigations into state utility companies' response.
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In this photo provided by the Australian Defence Force, an Australian Army helicopter lands on Pikelot Island in the Federated States of Micronesia to rescue three stranded mariners who had been missing for nearly three days.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Tuesday that masks will temporarily be required statewide and certain school districts must delay the start of in-person instruction. The state is ranked second for number of new cases per capita.
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Mary McCants (left) and Amy Garrett walk near a damaged pier the morning after Hurricane Isaias came through late Monday night in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. Hurricane Isaias was downgraded to a tropical storm Tuesday after making landfall overnight as a Category 1 hurricane in North Carolina.
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