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NewsNet 5 Jul 2019

Southern California Continuing to Deal With Aftermath of 6.4 Earthquake

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A state of emergency has been declared in Kern County, California after Thursday's powerful earthquake.


The U.S. Army will look into training Black soldiers on how to interact with police.
Bangladesh was already struggling with poor medical waste management before the coronavirus pandemic.
Now, it is at risk of being hit hard by what is being called a "sudden onslaught" of single-use medical plastic.
Around 250 tonnes of medical waste was generated by hospitals last month, and sanitation workers often lack the protective gear to keep them safe from COVID-19.

Al Jazeera's Tanvir Chowdhury reports from Dhaka.
Mothers shared their thoughts on remote learning and the uncertainty of summer as a nonprofit attempts to fill in the gaps for families desperately in need.
In this episode of "In The Loop With Christian Bryant" Christian takes a deep dive into tensions around the Minneapolis police killing and Central Park incident, blood plasma donation, South Korea's approach to dealing with COVID-19 and why Native American tribes still waiting on help from CARES Act. (OPEN ME)

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