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WEB EXTRA: Mayor Carlos Gimenez On "Face The Nation"Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez talked about his county's surge in coronavirus cases on CBS "Face The Nation"
WEB EXTRA: Coronavirus TributeChrist the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, displays a coronavirus tribute.
WEB EXTRA: Disinfected In BarcelonaThe Basílica de la Sagrada Família in Barcelona, Spain, is disinfected before reopening
WEB EXTRA: Preparing For The Nation's BirthdayPreparations are underway for the July 4th celebrations that will take place on the National Mall. According to the Department of the Interior, there will be flyovers and more than 10,000 fireworks. 300,000 face masks will be handed out, and a press release from the Interior Department says people are “strongly encouraged” to wear face coverings when social distancing isn’t possible.
WEB EXTRA: A Special 'Sesame Street' Thank YouElmo and Cookie Monster thanked healthcare workers in Langhorne, Pennsylvania on Wednesday. The two furry monsters rode along with the fire department to see the St. Mary's Medical Center staff and their families.
WEB EXTRA: Palm Beach Residents Challenge Mask MandateTheir lawsuit seeks injunctive relief to overturn the county's order.
Trending: Carl Reiner TributeIn a tribute to the late Carl Reiner, two episodes of one of his creations, The Dick Van Dyke Show, will air tonight on CBS at 8 p.m.
Eye On The Day 7/3Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: Demand for COVID-19 testing as states see cases increase, protesters gathered to honor missing Fort Hood soldier, and a survey says Americans are staying home this holiday weekend. What are your plans?
WEB EXTRA: Officer Slaps Woman At AirportA Miami-Dade police officer slapped a 'belligerent woman' at the airport and the incident was caught on video.
Trending: Beavis And ButtheadComedy Central is bringing back Beavis and Butthead with creator Mike Judge reimagining the series in two new seasons.
Eye On The Day 7/2Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: States roll back reopenings amid rising COVID-19 cases, President Trump talks face masks, and Walmart is making sure you won’t miss out on movies this summer. Would you enjoy a drive-in experience?
WEB EXTRA: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis At Bethune-Cookman UniversityFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis held a press conference at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach on Wednesday afternoon.
WEB EXTRA: Egypt ReopensThe Giza Pyramids and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo reopened Wednesday after being closed for 3 months due to the pandemic. Visitors had their temperatures checked. Officials said there was restoration and maintenance work done on monuments, pyramids and tombs during the closure.
WEB EXTRA: ExploringThe San Diego Zoo announced an echidna hatched at its Safari Park for the first time ever. The four-month-old did some exploring on June 25. The zoo says the “puggle” moves around on "its wobbly little legs as it grows and gains strength.”
WEB EXTRA: New Dog BreedMeet the Belgian Laekenois. As of July 1, it’s the newest breed recognized by the American Kennel Club. There are now 196 AKC-recognized breeds.
WEB EXTRA: Captured On VideoA woman and her son have been charged in the killing of the woman's estranged husband in Hialeah.
Trending: New Academy Awards MembersThe Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is adding more than 800 new members with a continued effort to emphasize diversity.
Eye On The Day 7/1Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: Dr. Anthony Fauci warns the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. could get much worse, Mississippi retires its Confederate-themed flag, and a survey says people are thinking twice about heading back to the gym post-pandemic. Would you feel comfortable?
WEB EXTRA: NYC MTA Installs Protective Equipment Vending Machines In SubwaysThe New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced on June 30th that a dozen vending machines will be placed in 10 subway stations. These vending machines will offer personal protective equipment to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
WEB EXTRA: Fauci Says..."We've got to get that message out that we are all in this together, and if we are going to contain this we've got to contain it together." Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke about the responsibility Americans have to work together to stop the spread of COVID-19 at a Senate hearing on Tuesday.
WEB EXTRA: Not Even CloseThe director-general of the World Health Organization said at a press briefing on Monday that the coronavirus is "not even close to being over." He also said, "Although many countries have made some progress, globally, the pandemic is actually speeding up."
WEB EXTRA: Wait, What?This shop in Giza, Egypt is serving coronavirus-inspired ice cream treats in different flavors. The desserts have chocolate sticks and sprinkles that mimic the virus' structure. The store owner says he hopes to help reduce people's fears while highlighting safety guidelines.
WEB EXTRA: Turtle Wax With That?Sue, an African spurred tortoise at the Milwaukee County Zoo, enjoyed a waterless "shell car wash" last month. According to the zoo, turtles and tortoises can feel when something touches their shell. It's how they know to tuck their heads inside. The shell car wash is an enrichment experience for Sue, according to the zoo.
WEB EXTRA: Don't Look DownThrill-seekers in the Czech Republic participated in a highline walk at Trosky Castle on June 27. The castle’s two towers stand on spires of rock with a gulf between them. Participants were attached to the lines with harnesses. Outdoor sporting activities like this one have been allowed in the Czech Republic since pandemic restrictions were relaxed in recent weeks.

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