UPDATE 2-Mastercard drops branding from Copa America amid COVID concerns

Mastercard Inc has decided to temporarily remove its branding from the Copa America amid criticism over a last-minute decision to host the soccer tournament in Brazil, which is struggling with one of the world’s worst COVID-19 outbreaks. In a statement to Reuters on Wednesday, Mastercard said it has decided not to “activate” its sponsorship of Copa America in Brazil after a thorough analysis.

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