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Tahoe Talk: Pope resumes blessings; Many weekend protests

Up-to-date, daily info on news that is happening around Lake Tahoe, California, Nevada and beyond. Notes from today’s discussion include:

Global News:

  • Global COVID-19 Totals: 6.2 million cases, 375K deaths
  • Trump officially ends relationship with WHO – USA’s $450M/yr contribution is the largest of any nation
  • Pope Francis resumes Sunday blessings of St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City after three month hiatus
  • Bob and Doug safely board the ISS Sunday morning

National News:

  • 140-150 cities waking up to aftermath of a weekend of protests
  • Target temporarily closing stores across the nation due to protests and curfews. Employees will still be paid.

Local News:

  • National Automobile Museum in Reno reopens today
  • Protesters bike into Reno City Hall Saturday night (Mayor sets 5:30 p.m. curfew)
  • El Dorado County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday
  • Casinos opening June 4

Listen to today’s discussion here.

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