Rapper Kanye West, who registered as an independent candidate for the elections of the President of the United States, on Sunday in South Carolina will hold the first event of his campaign, reports Politico, citing the received is a document.
According to the document, the event will be held for registered participants only in the center Exquis in North Charleston, South Carolina. All participants must be masked to comply with social distance.
. The world health organization has sounded the alarm. After the weakening of quarantine in America, Europe and the middle East, the incidence of coronavirus has increased dramatically. The total number of infected people in the world closer to 12 million, but epidemiologists believe: this is not the limit. Doctors are encouraged to return the limit, otherwise avoid the second wave. Where once again impose a curfew and how it responds to a population, understood to RIA Novosti.
"The virus is fanaticism. It is not intimidating totalitarian methods. He's smarter and will kill the national economy. But as a man I will deal with infection," he promised Air Bolsonaro at a rally of the opponents of quarantine. After an emotional speech, the President of Brazil shook hands with the audience, some hugged and patted on the shoulder.
In the United States on one of the beaches of South Carolina were videotaped like a big bird flies by, carrying a fish in its talons, similar to sharks, reports Movieweb.
The video quickly became viral.
The US President Donald trump said that on the background of the increasing number of cases of infection with coronavirus in the country the number of deaths decreases.
"The number of cases of Chinese infection with the virus is growing thanks to the excellent testing and the number of victims (mortality rate) falls. Fake news don't like to tell you about it," wrote trump on Twitter.
The authorities of the five States – Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina, California, reported a record number of cases of infection with coronavirus infection in days, follows from the data of local branches of health departments.
The health Department of Florida reported that as of Wednesday, June 24, in the state during the day, it was revealed 5508 cases of infection with coronavirus, a record for the state. In Texas, where previously also recorded "daily records," the number of people infected per day amounted to 5551, the previous record was 5489 case. In Oklahoma, the experts of the day identified 482 new cases of infection, in South Carolina – 1291. California authorities, where the day before was also a record number of people infected per day, reported a new record for the day in the state recorded 7149 cases of infection with coronavirus.
A monument to the former Vice-President of the United States and ideologue of the slave policy John see Calhoun dismantled in Charleston, South Carolina, reports CNN.
As reported, the work on dismantling of the monument erected in the Central square of the city, began on Wednesday and lasted most of the day.
The city Council of the city of Charleston, South Carolina, unanimously voted to remove from the Central square a statue of the former Vice President of the United States and ideologue of the slave policy of John Calhoun, informs television channel ABC News 4.
According to local newspaper the Charleston City Paper, meeting of the Council held remotely and lasted 105 minutes.
Activists from South Carolina announced that they intend to move their upcoming demonstration or to spend them online after at least 13 participants of the previous protests had contracted the coronavirus, reports the Washington Post.
According to the newspaper, the organizers of the protests "I can't breathe" (the last words of the deceased George Floyd) in South Carolina called on all protesters to be tested for the coronavirus.
Family barbecues, Church services and concerts yesterday in the US celebrated the Day of emancipation. Passed a half century, but the racial issue has not disappeared. Especially in the South, where they still hang Confederate flags. To get rid of the legacy of slavery in the United States was much more difficult than expected fighters for the rights of blacks. And the current protests proof. Who and why he misses the "good old tradition", understood to RIA Novosti.
Travis was born in the early 1990s on the West coast in a wealthy family. Expensive cars, prestigious school, the parent credit card, it would seem that he had all dreamed about teenagers. However, upon reaching adulthood, the young man bought a huge pickup truck, stuck a bumper sticker with a Confederate flag and went to Georgia.
Republicans in the U.S. Senate introduced a bill to improve relations between police and society, prohibiting choke holds are aimed at improving the quality of police training, said the author of the bill, the Senator from South Carolina Tim Scott.
A bill called the JUSTICE Act (Just and Unifying Solutions to Invigorate Communities Everywhere, JUSTICE Act – Fair and unifying solution to strengthen communities everywhere).