Florida Covid-19 Cases Rise 6.4%, Higher than 7-Day Average

Chase Bank blames 'technical issue' for customers seeing incorrect account balances

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Chase Bank acknowledged reports of some customers seeing incorrect balances in their checking accounts and said the problem has now been resolved.

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The bank blamed a "technical issue" for what it called "delayed updates."

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"We know some customers reporting seeing incorrect balances in their checking account overnight," Chase tweeted Sunday. "This was caused by a technical issue that delayed updates on what displayed on Chase Mobile & Chase Online."

"We resolved this issue as of 9AM ET and accounts now show current balances," Chase said.


Customers complained early Sunday about the incorrect account balances.


This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

Denver weather: Hot, sunny weather Sunday with possible afternoon thunderstorms

Hot, sunny weather is in store for the Denver region Sunday, with a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms.

Temperatures will hit a high of about 93 degrees, according to the National Weather Service at Boulder, with a 20% chance of storms after 2 p.m. and again after 9 p.m.

Monday’s weather will be much of the same temperatures but without the possible storms. A cold front will move in Tuesday and could bring thunderstorms with it, according to the weather service.

Tuesday will see an about 40% chance of thunderstorms, with a high temperature of 83.

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Priti Patel defends the prime minister after the Welsh First Minister accuses Boris Johnson of overly-optimistic “messaging” on coronavirus.

She denies Dominic Cummings’ trip to Durham has undermined compliance with lockdown rules. She also refuses to say that Boris Johnson had no contact with the property developer at the heart of the Robert Jenrick scandal.

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Man killed in Arvada shooting, suspect in custody

A man was killed in a shooting in Arvada Saturday and another man was taken into custody at the scene, according to Arvada police.

The shooting happened inside the front area of a home in the 7800 block of Marshall Street around 4:45 p.m., Detective David Snelling said. He said the suspect and the victim knew each other and may have been related.

An argument preceded the shooting, Snelling said, but he did not know what the argument was about. The victim and suspect have not yet been publicly identified.

There is no ongoing danger to the public, Snelling said.

Racist Trump Shares Video of Racist Screaming 'White Power'

On Sunday morning, the president of the United States once again showed his racist leanings by retweeting a video of his supporters chanting “white power.”

“Thank you to the great people of The Villages. The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Fall in the Fall. Corrupt Joe is shot. See you soon!!” Trump wrote in a quote tweet of the video.

The video showed pro and anti-Trump protesters from a community in Florida screaming obscenities at each other. Less than 10 seconds into the video, a man in a golf cart with “Trump 2020” signs could be heard loudly yelling “white power” at least twice.

Of course, the president’s defenders will likely rationalize the tweet by pretending that Trump didn’t watch the video and was simply promoting his supporters. But this incident is part of a racist pattern by the president that is too consistent to excuse away.

Just recently, Trump has spoken about the protesters in a racist fashion and has over and over used the racist term “Kung Flu” when talking about the coronavirus.

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) responded to Trump’s tweet on CNN saying that the tweet is indefensible and he should take the now-deleted post down.

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COVID-19: Tens of thousands of migrants stranded across Africa

Calls for humanitarian flights as coronavirus pandemic leaves migrants without work and in limbo across Africa.

The global pandemic has left tens of thousands of migrants in limbo across Africa.

In Kenya, many people have been stranded without work, waiting for coronavirus restrictions to be lifted.

The International Organization for Migration is calling on governments to organise humanitarian flights to get them home.

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Florida Covid-19 Cases Rise 6.4%, Higher than 7-Day Average

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Florida reported a total of 141,075 Covid-19 cases as of Sunday, up 6.4% from a day earlier, compared with an average increase of 5.1% in the previous seven days. New cases declined to 8,530 from a record 9,585 on Saturday.

Deaths among Florida residents reached 3,419, an increase of 0.9%, according to the report, which includes data through Saturday. Cumulative hospitalizations of Florida residents rose 0.8% to 14,244.

Florida along with Texas, Arizona and California are reporting sharp increases in cases, prompting officials to slow business reopenings. Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez on Friday closed popular beaches for the Independence Day holiday weekend.

The five-day suspension starting July 3 would be extended “if conditions do not improve,” Gimenez said in a statement.

The median age of cases among Florida residents rose to 36, from 34 the previous day. The new rate of people testing positive for the first time was 12.4% on Saturday, compared with 12.7% on Friday.

— With assistance by Jonathan Levin