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State recommends COVID-19 tests for Minnesota protesters

The crowd held posters with the image of George Floyd's face while listening to speakers in front of the Governor's residence.

State health officials say such mass gatherings could be breeding grounds for COVID-19, though outdoor air could lessen the risk.

Showdown: Law-and-order president versus protesters

President Donald Trump walks to St. John's Episcopal Church from the White House in Washington, Monday, June, 1, 2020, for a photo op.

Hours after President Donald Trump posed with a Bible and vowed to deploy the military to "dominate the streets," American cities were engulfed in more violence and destruction, overshadowing peaceful protests demanding justice after generations of racism.

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The crowd held posters with the image of George Floyd's face while listening to speakers in front of the Governor's residence.

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State recommends COVID-19 tests for Minnesota protesters

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