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    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s treasury secretary said Thursday he has tested positive for the coronavirus and will self-isolate while working from home. Arturo Herrera said he had only minor symptoms. It was unclear how recently he was in close contact with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who refuses to use a face mask and has resumed public tours across Mexico. Herrera is the country’s highest-ranking Cabinet member to be infected so far. Previously, the head of the Mexican Social Security Institute tested positive but later returned to work. Several state governors have also acknowledged testing positive. Mexico currently has about 196,847 confirmed coronavirus cases and has reported over 24,300 deaths. Those numbers continue to rise at near-record...
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican Finance Minister Arturo Herrera on Thursday said he has tested positive for the coronavirus, but is experiencing only "minor" symptoms. "From this moment I will be in quarantine, and continue working from my house," Herrera said on Twitter. (Reporting by Sharay Angulo; Writing by Drazen Jorgic; Editing by Leslie Adler) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Minneapolis resident Dale Zarlee paused for a few minutes Saturday morning near the intersection of East 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, standing in the background before slowly making his way toward the George Floyd mural. With bouquets of flowers resting at his feet, and “I’ll Be Missing You” by Puff Daddy blaring out of a nearby car stereo, Zarlee put his hands on his head as he looked at the portrait of the man who died under a Minneapolis police officer’s knee on Memorial Day. “Senseless,” Zarlee said. Anoka resident Makena Hess arrived on the scene about 10 minutes later, completely consumed by her surroundings as she gazed at the mural from afar. She eventually made her way closer to...