This 10 July 2020 video from Texas in the USA says about itself:
Houston Mayor Cancels GOP Convention Amid COVID-19 Spike | NowThis
A GOP convention scheduled to take place in Houston, TX, has been canceled — listen to Mayor Sylvester Turner’s moving explanation.
In US news and current events today, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has cancelled the 2020 GOP Convention set to take place in Houston, Texas amid a rising Texas COVID spike. The current Texas coronavirus caseload and Texas COVID spikes have been a cause of concern for the Republican Convention 2020 for months now, as the Republican party plans to go full steam ahead with an in-person 2020 GOP Convention amid the Texas COVID-19 spike. The decision of Mayor Turner stems from memories of his mother, who was a hotel worker, some of the most vulnerable essential workers who would be in danger of COVID without social distancing.
THE OTHER COVID CRISIS Nearly 14 million children went hungry in the U.S. in June, with Black and Hispanic households hit disproportionately hard, according to an analysis of census data released by the Hudson project. The economic fallout from the pandemic shows no signs of abating, either, with federal relief measures running out soon and unclear guidance about returning to schools. [HuffPost]
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Christian summer camp shuts after 82 children and staffers test positive.
INDOOR TRANSMISSION ‘CANNOT BE RULED OUT’ The World Health Organization has updated its guidance on how the coronavirus can be transmitted. Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan said that while there’s no concrete proof that airborne transmission of the virus is happening, there’s enough reported evidence of its spread in closed settings to merit more research. [HuffPost]