(Bloomberg) — Brazil surpassed Italy as the country with the third most fatalities in the world from the coronavirus. Even as the pandemic is easing in some countries, the virus continues to spread, adding about 100,000 cases a day as new hot spots emerge from Latin America to India.
American Airlines and United Airlines are adding flights in July, signaling travelers are returning more quickly than expected. New York City reported no confirmed fatalities for the first time since March, though three deaths from untested patients may be attributable to the virus.
Fears of deflation justified a decision by the European Central Bank to ramp up its emergency bond-buying program, according to a policy maker. A study that said a malaria drug backed by U.S. President Donald Trump raised the risk of heart side effects and death has been retracted by the authors.
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