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  • A mysterious pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan, China

  • A new type of coronavirus

  • The number of affected countries

  • has tripled.

  • The world health organization has just declared

  • that this is a pandemic.

  • (Clapping)

  • The city all essential workers who are showing up every day.

  • It's still March.

  • And the Oscar goes to

  • Parasite.

  • Shhhh.

  • Please, sit down.

  • Thank you.

  • I've never seen her before.

  • Hey, all you cool cats and kittens!

  • So "Folklore" is out.

  • Dodgers have won it all in 2020!

  • The Los Angeles Lakers

  • This is so much bigger than just us.

  • I always said talent is more important than experience.

  • I've always said that.

  • Everybody right now is worried that TikTok's gonna be banned in the United States.

  • Normal life cancelled.

  • Eleven days into the national lockdown...

  • All public gatherings banned.

  • Working from home is the new reality.

  • Are any of ya'll wearing pants?

  • Now, be honest now.

  • School is closed

  • ...for the remainder of the academic year.

  • Guys, what happened?

  • It kicked her off the internet.

  • Yup, we're toast.

  • I see Brandon is holding up two

  • and two - I see four ...

  • More than four hundred children million children ...

  • Zoom after zoom can be exhausting.

  • It seems like the world's caving in on you.

  • Yeah.

  • Work never stops.

  • It could be taking a toll on your well-being.

  • Italy saw it's deadliest day from the coronavirus

  • as the death toll jumped by more than 600 in 24 hours.

  • The plan we have is to contain

  • - contain the disease outbreak in Taiwan.

  • We have very little problem in this country at this moment. Five

  • ... people have contracted the virus.

  • Let us build up our confidence.

  • We will eventually win.

  • Many of all countries in Europe are now acting to

  • "flatten the curve" used when talking about

  • reducing the number of coronavirus cases.

  • Americans unemployment more than 3.3 million -

  • more than 6 million - I hope that's right.

  • 10 million workers now applying for unemployment.

  • 50 million unemployment claims filed

  • in the span of just four months.

  • A disproportionate number are black.

  • It's called systemic racism for a reason.

  • There's 400 years of history here.

  • What do we want?

  • Justice!

  • When do we want it?

  • Now!

  • One man's death has rekindled this movement around the world.

  • Say his name!

  • George Floyd!

  • Say his name!

  • George Floyd!

  • Frustration over the lack of charges against the officers.

  • They should be charged.

  • There's always a better way.

  • Protestors kneeling and raising their hands in peaceful demonstration.

  • The poured onto the street.

  • "Resign," they shouted.

  • They are scared.

  • They fear they are losing the power.

  • The worst fire season ever and

  • every year builds on the last one it seems like.

  • Yeah, it really does.

  • This is everything we've worked for for the last 35 years - gone.

  • This looks more like mars.

  • One of the most busy hurricane seasons ever on record.

  • Devastation in Puerto Rico.

  • India and Pakistan are facing their

  • worst locust outbreak in 70 years.

  • Cases are up.

  • More than 30 states and Puerto Rico

  • reporting cases on the rise.

  • A possible "second wave"

  • - going global.

  • 60 million plus cases.

  • Almost 1.5 million deaths.

  • I've developed mild symptoms.

  • French President Emmanuel Macron,

  • President Bolsonaro,

  • Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany,

  • Donald Trump

  • tested positive for the coronavirus.

  • I think it's under control. I'll tell you what -

  • How? A thousand Americans are dying a day.

  • They are dying.

  • That's true.

  • It is what it is.

  • We don't have enough stretchers.

  • We're way above capacity.

  • Cemeteries have become overwhelmed.

  • I think we could've been a little more preventative.

  • You know? As a whole.

  • As a country.

  • When I'm president we will be better prepared.

  • Respond better

  • and recover better.

  • Some lines stretching for blocks

  • forcing people to wait hours to cast their ballots.

  • It could have rained.

  • It could have snowed.

  • I would not care.

  • I'm not going anywhere.

  • Andrzej Duda has been reelected president of Poland.

  • Many Malawians already knew from early, unofficial results

  • that he would be their next president.

  • Tsai defeated a pro-Beijing rival.

  • Luis Arce promised he would rule for all.

  • We will be a party that governs for every New Zealander.

  • We did it, Joe.

  • The flame of democracy was lit in this nation a long time ago.

  • And we now know nothing -

  • not even a pandemic,

  • or an abuse of power

  • can extinguish that flame.

  • I hope I aren't gonna have the bloody bug now.

  • We press on for what is right,

  • for what is fair,

  • and for what is just.

A mysterious pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan, China

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