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The 5 things you should know this April 6: Covid-19 does not yield in Latin America: this is how the battle goes | CNN

2021-04-06T10:13:35.384Z

"Deep" overcrowding in immigrant facilities. Unprecedented accumulation of Russian military power in the Arctic. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first. | World | CNN



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Unprecedented accumulation of Russian military power in the Arctic.

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Covid-19 does not yield in Latin America: this is how the battle goes

More than 100 days after the first covid-19 vaccines were administered in Latin America, the pandemic continues to reemerge dangerously in some areas.

The battle that the region is waging to stop the coronavirus remains marked by inequalities.

  • A new wave of covid-19 in the US could look different, experts warn, especially for the youngest

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"Deep" overcrowding in immigrant facilities

Border processing facilities for immigrant children are "overloaded" and experiencing "deep overcrowding" that makes social distancing "impossible," court-appointed monitors said in documents released this weekend.

This is how minors are found in a processing center 1:11

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More stimulus money is on the way

The US Internal Revenue Service began sending what it calls "plus-up" payments last week to people who lost their jobs and are owed a larger stimulus check, based on their actual earnings from 2020, compared to what they initially received.

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Unprecedented build-up of Russian military power in the Arctic

Russia is amassing unprecedented military might in the Arctic and testing its newest weapons in a region recently ice-free due to the climate emergency, in a bid to secure its northern coast and open a key transportation route from Asia to Europe.

Russia is testing its new 'superweapon' in the Arctic 3:39

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So you can know if your Facebook account was compromised

Cybersecurity experts revealed that the personal information of the accounts of some 500 million Facebook users was compromised.

A website makes it easy to check by entering your email.

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They leak information from millions of Facebook users 1:27

At coffee time

The foods you should eat to start your morning

Here are two balanced breakfast recipes that can leave you satisfied and ready to take on whatever you need and want to accomplish.

How safe is it to go to the beach now?

This is what you should know

In the northern hemisphere, summer is just around the corner and more people are getting vaccinated against covid-19.

With that scenario in mind, many may be wondering if it is safe to go to the beach.

Easter in the middle of the pandemic in Mexico 3:13

LG will exit the cell phone business despite pioneering smartphones

The South Korean tech giant announced that it was shutting down its mobile phone unit after years of losses, marking the end of an era for a pioneer in the Android world.

LG exits the smartphone business.

See why 0:50

Japan records earliest cherry blossom in 1,200 years (and it's not good)

This year, the cherry blossom season in Japan has come and gone in the blink of an eye, to the point that scientists are warning it is a symptom of the great climate crisis.

Why is cherry blossoming a concern in Japan?

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The number of the day

37,300

In the United States, as of February this year, 37,300 children have lost at least one of their parents due to the coronavirus.

37,300 children were orphaned in the US due to covid-19 1:31

Quote of the day

"Disinfection is only recommended in indoor environments, schools and homes where there has been a suspected or confirmed case of covid-19 within the last 24 hours"

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky recommends disinfecting only in sites where COVID-19 has been infected.

CDC updates cleaning guide for covid-19 0:32

Day selection

The only charger you'll need to travel

This adapter allows you to charge 5 devices at the same time thanks to its 4 USB sockets.

And to finish…

Scientists believe they have discovered a peculiar black hole about which little is known

Research published in the journal

Nature Astronomy

notes that there is evidence that an intermediate mass black hole could have been located, which is one of the most difficult to find in the universe.

A peculiar black hole, in the sights of astronomers 0:57

Source: cnnespanol

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