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Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down today's biggest headlines in this News on the Move segment.
SEANA SMITH: News on the move, Johnson & Johnson recalling most of its Neutrogena and Aveeno spray sunscreens from store shelves after detecting benzene. Now, that's a chemical that could potentially cause cancer. The pharma giant issued a statement, saying that it doesn't use benzene in the manufacturing of its spray sunscreens and is now conducting an investigation into the contamination. Cuba is temporarily lifting restrictions on bringing hygiene products, food, and also medicine into the country after protesters took to the streets. Now, thousands of Cubans have been protesting in recent days over the shortages of goods, and also how the Cuban government has handled a surge that the country has seen in COVID-19 infections.
And Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin has announced that 18-year-old Oliver Daemen will fly to space with Jeff Bezos next week. He will be taking the place of the anonymous $28 million winning bidder. Now, Blue Origin said today that the auction winner will not fly on the mission, quote, due to scheduling conflicts. So great news there for Oliver Daemen, the 18-year-old who will be going to space with Jeff Bezos next week.