Monday on the NewsHour, protesters demand U.S. government restrictions be lifted despite the continued spread of COVID-19. Plus: The price of oil tanks, evaluating the risks of reopening the U.S., the pandemic’s effect on agriculture, Brazil’s president minimizes the public health threat, a fragile Afghanistan confronts COVID-19, Politics Monday and an essential worker on taking out the trash.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Crowds protest restrictions as health experts warn of risks
Troubled global oil market tanks amid pandemic’s demand drop
News Wrap: Nova Scotia reels as mass shooting kills 18
The ‘fantasy’ that normal American life will resume in weeks
How COVID-19 is causing chaos for American agriculture
Brazil’s people fear COVID-19 threat their president denies
Can politically fragile Afghanistan combat COVID-19?
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on U.S. pandemic response polls
The special hazards of collecting garbage during a pandemic
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