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A new smartphone app is helping track the onset and progression of COVID-19 symptoms of millions across the U.S., with the goal of helping slow the spread of disease. @AndyChanMD 

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This virus has really sapped my strength. But the murder of George Floyd and the awful events in Minnesota are too much for anyone's silence. This is white supremacy and we are all called to fight it. Our black brothers, sisters, neighbors should never fight it alone. #Justice 

Prof John Edmunds from LSHTM and a SAGE advisor says 8,000 current infections a day in community is high and many scientists would have preferred incidence down to lower levels before we relax lockdown measures.

Hong Kong must remain free. Beijing, end your brutal crackdown on Hong Kong now.

Theatre in the UK is under great threat from COVID-19. Today @uk_theatre  have called for support from Government to sustain the workforce, support recovery and safeguard the industry. RT to #SupportOurUKTheatres  Find out more: (1/3)

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In Latin America, WFP continues to assist governments and the most vulnerable people. We have adapted to #COVID19  forced restrictions and now distribute: 💳vouchers to buy basic necessities 🥣rations to take home

Community health workers support the poorest and sickest Americans as they try to get better by asking, “What do you need?” Listen to the latest episode of #TheDosePodcast  with special guest @ShreyaKangovi  to learn more.

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🎻 Tonight we're very excited to be broadcasting @TheRoyalBallet 's The Cellist on our Facebook page and YouTube channel! Tune in from 7pm BST 👇 ▶️ ▶️ #OurHouseToYourHouse 

Stay strong, be positive. We all struggle sometimes.

🤣 Technology in '94... My, we've come a long way. We recently stumbled upon this little "computer tale" in a 1994 @TorchTweet  newsletter and had to share.

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