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Trump said the WHO had floundered in its early responses to the coronavirus outbreak as he continued to attack the global health agency and its chief for being too soft on China. By Teo Armus43 minutes ago New portable toilets outside the Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-In theater in North Ridgeville, Ohio. (Jeff Swensen for The Post)…

As Trump resumes travel, staff takes risks to prepare trip

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Trump said the WHO had floundered in its early responses to the coronavirus outbreak as he continued to attack the global health agency and its chief for being too soft on China.

New portable toilets outside the Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-In theater in North Ridgeville, Ohio. (Jeff Swensen for The Post)

New portable toilets outside the Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-In theater in North Ridgeville, Ohio. (Jeff Swensen for The Post)

A sink is taped off in a men's restroom to promote social distancing at Allen Premium Outlets in Allen, Tex. (Getty Images)

A sink is taped off in a men’s restroom to promote social distancing at Allen Premium Outlets in Allen, Tex. (Getty Images)

People at an Ohio drive-in theater still formed crowds near the bathrooms despite the presence of new portable toilets nearby. (Jeff Swensen for The Post)

People at an Ohio drive-in theater still formed crowds near the bathrooms despite the presence of new portable toilets nearby. (Jeff Swensen for The Post)

The need to go is a big barrier to going out. Why public bathrooms are a stumbling block for reopening.

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Clouds cover the skies Wednesday over the river Ganges ahead of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata, India. (Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters)

Clouds cover the skies Wednesday over the river Ganges ahead of Cyclone Amphan, in Kolkata, India. (Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters)

India and Bangladesh prepare for monster cyclone as pandemic rages

Those vulnerable to the storm face the unprecedented combination of a natural disaster and a pandemic. Some evacuees say they’re frightened of catching the coronavirus in emergency shelters, where they may face hours in enclosed spaces with little ability to maintain distance from other people.

Joe Biden speaks at the Asian and Latino Coalition Town Hall at the Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 33 in Des Moines in August. (Jason Bergman/Sipa USA/AP)

Joe Biden speaks at the Asian and Latino Coalition Town Hall at the Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 33 in Des Moines in August. (Jason Bergman/Sipa USA/AP)

Biden fights skepticism with simple immigration message: I’m not Trump

The former vice president is distancing himself from the Obama administration but also trying to maintain a moderate posture as he navigates complicated Democratic Party currents.

Ahmed (right), 10, his sister Zari, 8, and cousin Sana, 5, watch English classes on the Pakistan Television network's program, “Teleschool.” (Sarah Caron for The Post)

Ahmed (right), 10, his sister Zari, 8, and cousin Sana, 5, watch English classes on the Pakistan Television network’s program, “Teleschool.” (Sarah Caron for The Post)

In the world’s fifth most populous country, distance learning is a single television channel

Pakistan already struggles to keep children in school, and as lockdowns continue, educators fear enrollments could drop further. The country’s educational channel is programmed with content for kindergarten through high school, each grade getting one hour of curriculum per day.

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