The number of COVID-19 cases around the world crosses the five million mark with more than 1.5 million of them in the United States.
The World Health Organization is warning the coronavirus pandemic is a long way from being over.
Latin America is seeing a surge in cases with Mexico emerging as one of the hotspots. More than 54,000 people have been infected and over five thousand people have died.
- Arturo Sarukhan is the former Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. and founder and president of Sarukhan and Associates.
- Einar Tangen is an economic and political affairs commentator.
- Garret Martin is a lecturer at the School of International Service, American University.
- Steve Chaggaris is a veteran political journalist and analyst.
The pandemic could lead to a breakup of the Bretton Woods world order, said Martin Jacques. "America is patently no longer able to provide global leadership. It has effectively abandoned multilateralism. I mean, who follows America today?" he asked. #COVID_19
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The coronavirus recession will cause Trump to suffer a "historic defeat" in November, a national election model released by Oxford Economics predicts. It's a sharp reversal from the model's pre-crisis prediction that Trump would win about 55% of the vote. https://t.co/JJoyE59Wwx
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Coronavirus: Heath workers face violent attacks in Mexico https://t.co/xCKHAc3157
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