More heavy rain is expected in parts of southern China over the next few days. Rescue crews have been sent out across the country to help people escape from their flooded homes and take them to temporary shelters.
200205205234883Islamabad, Pakistan - The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended that Pakistani authorities reimpose a strict, intermittent lockdown targeting localities with high coronavirus spread, as cases in the South Asian country increase exponentially since most restrictions were lifted last month.
Earlier in the funeral, Democratic US presidential nominee Joe Biden also spoke to Mr Floyd's family and friends via a recorded message.Mr Biden, who had a meeting with the family on Monday night, told mourners: "Now is the time for racial justice."That's the answer we must give to our children when they ask why.On Wednesday, he tweeted that he would “not even consider” renaming military bases named after Confederate leaders, even though the Pentagon said it would consider the move.
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"I hope they get their community transmission under control because that means we will be able to open up sooner."
Pakistan currently has 113,702 cases of the coronavirus, with 2,312 deaths recorded so far, according to government data.
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George Floyd's son Quincy Mason Floyd in front of his father's coffin