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In the largest district of Florida imposed a curfew from COVID-19

The largest district Florida with administrative center city of Miami imposes curfew to halt the spread of coronavirus, said the mayor of the County of Miami-Dade County Carlos Jimenez.

He also said that the opening of all entertainment facilities including casinos and theatres, will be cancelled.

Media: many U.S. States decided to hold off from easing measures from COVID-19

Not less than fourteen U.S. States amid the rise in the incidence of coronavirus decided to wait with the easing of restrictions in connection with COVID-19 suspending or turning relevant plans, told CNN.

According to him, the closer of the US independence Day celebrated on July 4th, officials are anxious to avoid a repeat of the memorial Day when the beaches, bars and parties went thousands of people.

In the US, seven-year-old boy recovering after shark attack

A trip to the beach in the Park HOMESTEAD-Bayfront, located near Miami, ended in injuries for seven children, but he's on the mend, according to 12 News, citing CNN.

The boy's mother, Ethel, says that when her son went into the water, he was attacked by a predator. She bit the child in three places. Judging by the markings left, Ethel believes it was a bull shark.

Miami increased the number of cases of infection with West Nile virus

Medical authorities of the U.S. state of Florida announced the identification of cases of infection with West Nile virus in Miami-Dade County, the center of which is the city of Miami, the newspaper Miami Herald.

The first two cases were discovered in may, two more cases in June. On Thursday, the health Department of Florida announced the identification of 10 new cases. It is noted that in all cases people have contracted within the region. Thus to date, the number of cases has reached 14.

The beaches of Miami will operate under the new rules

The open beaches of Miami will operate under the new rules, according to Travel and Leisure.

The famous beaches of Miami beach will be opened for swimming, surfing and sunbathing, but visitors can't use public equipment, such as playgrounds.

The Russians again. Who benefits to accuse Moscow in the American rebellion

Riots in the US provoke Moscow, and the demonstrators attacking the police stations, strictly following the "Russian manuals". The allegations were made by former national security adviser, Susan rice. Instead of evidence it proposed to rely on her experience and intuition. Why the Americans are everywhere, imagining "the Russian trace" is understood to RIA Novosti.

Shopping centers in the Los Angeles quarantine. California authorities planned to open them in June. But it was first done by looters. Now the doors and Windows of the luxury boutiques are broken, all looted. The rioters carried home appliances, clothes, furniture, even food. Police helicopters tried to stop the excesses, dumped down water. But it is not cooled the ardor of the crowd.

U.S. attorney General ordered to send sparsely in Washington and Miami

U.S. attorney General William Barr ordered to send to Washington and Miami police special forces intended to quell the unrest, reported the USA Today.

According to the newspaper, a senior representative of the U.S. justice Department noted that these special forces are administered by the Federal Bureau of prisons. According to him, the Federal Bureau of investigation separately sent to Washington his elite unit that deals with hostage rescue.

From new York and Miami flew home more than 700 Russians

More than 700 Russians flew home from new York and Miami may 30-31, said Russia's Ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov.

According to him, 44 people were in need of immediate repatriation for reasons of a humanitarian nature.

In Venezuela preventively imprisoned eight defendants in the case about the invasion

Anti-terrorism Tribunal of Venezuela issued a decree on preventive detention of a group accused of involvement in the attempted invasion of the country of a group of mercenaries.

In a statement, the Venezuelan Supreme court lists the names of the eight accused, including two women, according to the decision of the Tribunal will be transferred into custody. No two U.S. citizens who were detained in this case among a few dozen other people.