Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Five things you need to know
US guitarist Carlos Santana has said he was dehydrated when he collapsed on stage at a concert in Michigan on Tuesday. Santana, 74, later said he "forgot to eat and drink water" before the show.
Guitar icon Carlos Santana collapsed on stage during a show in Michigan and was rushed to a hospital, later blaming the episode on forgetting to eat or drink water. Santana, 74, was “doing well” after being taken from his show. https://t.co/jmUlK9O1qE— The Associated Press (@AP) July 6, 2022
Zimbabwe has announced it will introduce gold coins this month in an attempt to curb soaring inflation. The country, which has an estimated inflation rate of 190 per cent, said it will also make the US dollar legal tender for five years.
Zimbabwe to mint gold coins to tackle rising prices https://t.co/B2sucF0xbj— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) July 6, 2022
Millions of dollars have been raised for a two-year-old boy whose parents were murdered during the July 4 parade shooting near Chicago. Aiden McCarthy, who was not hurt, was found wandering alone after the shooting.
Aiden McCarthy GoFundMe hits $2m for boy orphaned by Highland Park shooting https://t.co/au76Tgk0RS— Newsweek (@Newsweek) July 6, 2022
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted he will remain in power despite dozens of ministers and aides resigning in protest at his behaviour. The premier said he had a "colossal mandate" and will "keep going," but his critics have accused him of being dishonest and unfit to lead.
27 ministers have now resigned from Boris Johnson's Government in less than 24 hours. https://t.co/ePw5DUcrNg— LBC (@LBC) July 6, 2022
The co-creator of successful 1990s sitcom Friends has said it was a "mistake" to refer to Chandler Bing's father as his father. Marta Kauffman said Chandler's father was transgender and therefore should have been referred to differently.
Now Friends co-creator calls transgender character's pronouns a 'mistake' https://t.co/4fmeFNLcdX— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) July 5, 2022
In happier developments, researchers have some potentially good news for part-time exercisers. American scientists have found that people who engage in a burst of activity on the weekend could benefit as much as those who spread out their exercise over the week.
Exercise just as good for you at weekend as during week, study findshttps://t.co/W2TujBbLy6— Independent Lifestyle (@IndyLife) July 5, 2022