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Trump moves to officially withdraw U.S. from WHO
A senior administration official confirmed to CBS News the U.S. notice of withdrawal has been submitted to the United Nations secretary-general.
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Brazil's president tests positive for COVID-19
The president has downplayed the virus' severity, often appeared in public to shake hands with supporters and mingle with crowds.
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WHO holds briefing as scientists urge amended guidance
Hundreds of scientists have urged the agency​ and other public health organizations to amend their guidelines to reflect the risk that the coronavirus can be airborne.
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Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19
The president has downplayed the virus' severity, often appeared in public to shake hands with supporters and mingle with crowds.
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U.S. considers banning TikTok and other apps, Pompeo says
Pompeo doesn't recommend downloading the app unless "you want your private information in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party."
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"The Rules of Contagion" and how coronavirus and other outbreaks spread
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in the U.S., mathematician and epidemiologist Adam Kucharski explores how outbreaks of all kinds spread in his new book "The Rules Of Contagion." Kucharski joins "CBS This Morning" to explain the factors that drive outbreaks, from infections to fake news.
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Watch live: WHO holds briefing as scientists urge amended guidance
Hundreds of scientists have urged the agency​ and other public health organizations to amend their guidelines to reflect the risk that the coronavirus can be airborne.
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American detained for 486 days in Egyptian prison returns home
Mohamed Amashah​, a dual Egyptian-American citizen was arrested in 2019 after holding a sign in Cairo's Tahrir Square that read: "Freedom for all the political prisoners."
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Social distancing rules defied as UK pubs reopen
After months of lockdown, countries across the pond are slowly lifting coronavirus restrictions. People in the U.K. are celebrating their newfound freedom with ale, and museums in Paris opened their doors to the public. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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ICE says foreign students can't take online-only fall classes
Foreign students in the U.S. planning to attend schools that will only offer online classes in the fall will need to transfer, depart the country or face potential deportation.
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