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May 29 2020
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has had an especially harsh impact on nursing homes and other long-term care facilities throughout the country. Some data suggests that up to 42% of U.S. coronavirus deaths have been linked to nursing homes, with that number surpassing 50% in some states.
Coverage from throughout the spectrum, but especially on the right, has focused specifically onWired Time Magazine Townhall
Jan 23 2022
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday that he's "as confident as you can be" that the latest wave of Omicron coronavirus cases in the U.S. will peak by mid-February.
Fauci, one of the pandemic's most divisive figures, told anchor Martha Raddatz on ABC’s "This Week" that the level of infections recorded in the U.S. are "going in the right direction." He outlined a best-case scenario where COVID-Axios New York Post (News) ABC News (Online)
May 26 2020
As the U.S. death toll from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic surpasses 100,000 in the coming days, Americans are moving to stay safe and avoid spreading the virus while lockdowns are eased and everyday activities slowly resume.
Many left-rated sources and voices have focused on the need for continued safety and social distancing protocols, citing experts who warn of a potential secondNPR (Online News) Washington Post Vox
Jul 07 2020
New rules issued Monday by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will require international college students to leave the U.S. or seek enrollment at different institutions if their schools shift to online-only learning this fall.
Left- and center-rated sources have focused more on the news, which comes as debates over when and how to reopen schools gain momentum. Some left-ratedTownhall Bloomberg CNN (Opinion)
Jul 07 2020
After pressure from Congress to release taxpayer-funded loan recipients, the White House revealed the names of borrowers on Monday. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was designed by Congress to help small businesses survive the COVID-19 lockdowns, but many of the $521 billion in loans also went to large corporations, some with connections to the administration.
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May 21 2020
American workers filed another 2.4 million unemployment claims last week, continuing the record high filings since the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic began.
States vary in the level of demand they are likely to see based on the composition of their labor force.Washington Post Washington Examiner Bloomberg
May 19 2020
In a letter to the director of the World Health Organization, President Donald Trump threatened to permanently cut U.S. funding to the WHO and reconsider membership if major improvements are not adopted within 30 days.
The letter lists allegations that the agency missed warning signs of the spread of the coronavirus and casually accepted China's lack of transparency over the outbreak.The Hill Fox News (Online News) Washington Post
May 20 2020
California has initiated a taxpayer-funded program to provide up to $500 in financial relief for individuals in the country illegally who are struggling amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The program, which is the first of its kind among the 50 states, is expected to support up to 150,000 people in California, and is reportedly valued at $75 million.
As is typical with immigration-The Epoch Times The Guardian Insider
May 12 2020
Major League Baseball (MLB) has finalized a plan that could allow for professional baseball to start during the July 4th weekend. Some players, generally those with immunodeficiencies, have raised concerns about their own health as they are more likely to contract and suffer from the COVID-19 coronavirus
There were few disparities in reporting throughout the media spectrum. Some right-New York Post (News) Reuters CNN (Online News)
May 14 2020
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits over the last eight weeks has reached 36.5 million, with about 3 million filing jobless claims last week.
The data underscores the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus, as dine-in restaurants and retailers remain largely closed and concerned Americans are staying inside.ABC News (Online) Wall Street Journal (News) CBN