People gathered outside of a Starbucks coffee shop at Venice Beach in Los Angeles last month. The company's order for all customers to wear masks will take effect on July 15.
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Japan's Tokyo Dome is shown before amusement rides began to reopen in the country. Japanese amusement park operators have asked people on rides at some parks not to scream.
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This photo from a trip last November shows the friends and family members whom Danielle Zonis (third from right) has chosen to quarantine with during the coronavirus pandemic. She started a Facebook group for others to discuss the choices they're making to stay safe.
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World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus at a meeting last week at WHO headquarters in Geneva. Tedros says the coronavirus "thrives on division."
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A women's movement activist holds a sign that reads in Portuguese "Genocide 60 thousand deaths, Bolsonaro out" during a protest against the government's handling of the pandemic earlier this month.
The 2020 Texas GOP convention was set to take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, until Mayor Sylvester Turner announced it would be canceled over public health concerns.
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Starting July 23, the Census Bureau says door knockers will make in-person visits to households that have not yet filled out a 2020 census form in parts of Connecticut, Indiana, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington.
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The president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Sally Goza, attends a meeting at the White House with President Trump, students, teachers and administrators about how to safely reopen schools during the coronavirus pandemic.
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