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What Mattered This Week: June 21-25, 2021

The World Health Organization is calling on fully vaccinated people to continue wearing masks as the contagious delta variant spreads globally. Plus, former police officer Derek Chauvin is sentenced to 22.5 years for the murder of George Floyd, and Britney Spears calls for an end to her conservatorship: "They’ve done a good job at exploiting my life." Read up on these and more of the week’s top stories.

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What Mattered This Week: June 21-25, 2021
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    WHO urges fully vaccinated people to continue to wear masks as delta Covid variant spreads

    WHO urges fully vaccinated people to continue to wear masks as delta Covid variant spreads

    The World Health Organization on Friday urged fully vaccinated people to continue to wear masks, social distance and practice other Covid-19 pandemic …

    Derek Chauvin Sentencing: What You Need to Know

    Derek Chauvin Sentencing: What You Need to Know

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    Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22.5 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. Keep reading to learn more about the sentencing, the statements from George Floyd's and Chauvin's family members, and more.

    Justice Department suing Georgia over voting restrictions

    Justice Department suing Georgia over voting restrictions

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    CNN - Devan Cole

    CNN — The Justice Department is suing Georgia over new voting restrictions enacted as part of Republican efforts nationwide to limit voting access in the wake of President Donald Trump’s election defeat. The state law imposes new voter identification requirements for absentee ballots, empowers state …

    Rent due: Biden extends US eviction moratorium until end of July

    Rent due: Biden extends US eviction moratorium until end of July

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    Al Jazeera

    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended the evictions moratorium from June 30 until July 31, but warned it would be the final extension. The administration of United States President Joe Biden on Thursday extended the nationwide ban on evictions for a month to help millions of …

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