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We must act so that our democracy does not become the pandemic's next victim: Steny Hoyer

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 30 June 2020
Coronavirus has caused multiple problems for voters which need to be solved by November so that American democracy does not fall victim to the pandemic.
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No indication alleged Russia payments were a 'hoax': House Dem [Video]

No indication alleged Russia payments were a 'hoax': House Dem

Representative Steny Hoyer, the No. 2 Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives, on Tuesday said after a White House briefing on a reported Russian effort to pay the Taliban to kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan, that 'nothing' from that briefing indicated that the alleged payments were a 'hoax'.

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Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths at 41,361 [Video]

Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths at 41,361

The Government said 41,361 people have died in the UK within 28 days oftesting positive for Covid-19, as of Saturday, up three from the day before.Overall, a total of 317,379 cases have been confirmed.

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‘Donate oximeters’: Kejriwal suggests ways to support villages amid Covid-19 [Video]

‘Donate oximeters’: Kejriwal suggests ways to support villages amid Covid-19

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urge people to donate oximeters in villages to support rural areas amid coronavirus pandemic. Kejriwal, in his press briefing on Independence Day, shared a few tips on Covid-19 containment and treatment. The Delhi CM said home-isolation has helped Delhi in tackling Coronavirus. Kejriwal urged people to come out and take responsibility as Covid-19 spreads in rural India. Kejriwal appealed to AAP workers to support villages and provide oximeters to those who need it. Oximeters help in measuring the oxygen level and are found to be extremely useful for coronavirus patients who in many cases battle breathlessness due to lack of oxygen. "My appeal to people is to donate to AAP as many oximeters as possible so that every AAP worker can take the responsibility of his village to measure the oxygen level of people who have fever or breathlessness. We can save the lives of people through oximeters," he said. The chief minister also advised states to implement Delhi's home isolation model that can help in their battle against coronavirus.

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'Feeling lucky': SI Sunita Maan on being invited to Rashtrapati Bhavan as corona warrior awardee [Video]

'Feeling lucky': SI Sunita Maan on being invited to Rashtrapati Bhavan as corona warrior awardee

SI Sunita Maan on being invited to the Rashtrapati Bhavan as coronavirus warrior awardee expressed happiness over her selection. She created awareness about COVID-19. "In lockdown, none knew about the virus. We distributed essentials and sensitizers. I feel lucky to be chosen from 1 lakh Delhi Police personnel. Can't describe the exact feeling," SI Sunita Maan said.

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Corona warriors lived mantra of 'Seva Parmo Dharma' and served Indians: PM Modi [Video]

Corona warriors lived mantra of 'Seva Parmo Dharma' and served Indians: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Independence Day said that corona warriors have lived the mantra of 'Seva Parmo Dharma' and served the people of India. "We're going through distinct times. I can't see young children in front of me today (at Red Fort). Corona has stopped everyone. In these times of COVID, corona warriors have lived the mantra of 'Seva Parmo Dharma' and served the people of India. I express my gratitude to them," said Modi.

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