Anti-racism protests undoubtedly increase risk of coronavirus spread - UK health minister

Credit: Reuters- Published on June 7, 2020
Anti-racism protests attended by thousands of people in London and other major British cities "undoubtedly" risk causing an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases again, British health minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday.

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Published on June 4, 2020 -  00:19
Reducing the virus spread while protesting
Public health experts say to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus during protesting, wear a mask. They also recommend using noisemakers and written signs instead of chanting.

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