Authorities in Wuhan, China, say they've tested all 10 million inhabitants and found only 300 coronavirus infections. Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared an emergency after 20,000 tons of diesel oil spilled from a power plant into a river within the Arctic Circle. And the Los Angeles City Council is proposing shifting up to $150 million from the city's police budget to programs to "uplift disenfranchised communities."
Coronavirus update: Despite registering a record daily death toll of 1,349, Brazil is pressing ahead with plans to loosen restrictions.
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