Will we see a surge in coronavirus cases after seven days of protesting across the United States?
That's the question on many minds as thousands of Americans take to the streets to have their voices heard after George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police officers on May 25.
Now, let's quickly take a look at the coronavirus pandemic.
There are 6.2 million cases of the coronavirus worldwide, with over 375,000 deaths.
1.8 million of those cases are in the United States, with around 105,000 deaths, per data from Johns Hopkins.
"As for the violent protests and civil unrest, [Jim] Cramer said the likely outcome is that we'll see a resurgence of COVID-19, which will cause businesses to stay closed longer. That means the stay-at-home stocks like Zoom Video (ZM) - Get Report, Amazon (AMZN) - Get Report and DocuSign (DOCU) - Get Report will still be in demand. So, too, will cybersecurity stocks like Zscaler (ZS) - Get Report, which rose another 12% Monday, Okta (OKTA) - Get Report and Crowdstrike (CRWD) - Get Report," wrote TheStreet's Scott Rutt in his Mad Money recap.
"It's been seven days of protests," said Cramer. "But we're not seeing [an explosion of cases] in the hospitals."
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