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Jul 20 2020
What's your impression of the coronavirus situation in the U.S. today? Is it -- getting a lot worse, getting a little worse, staying about the same, getting a little better or getting a lot better?Gallup
Jul 10 2020
Admild, an undocumented immigrant from Haiti, was feeling sick as he approached the deportation plane that was going to take him back to the country he had fled in fear. Two weeks before that day in May, while being held at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility in Louisiana, he had tested positive for the coronavirus — and he was still showing symptoms.
He disclosedThe Marshall Project
Jun 16 2020
In recent days, the media has taken to sounding the alarm bells over a “second wave” of coronavirus infections. Such panic is overblown. Thanks to the leadership of President Trump and the courage and compassion of the American people, our public health system is far stronger than it was four months ago, and we are winning the fight against the invisible enemy.Mike Pence
Jun 16 2020
In recent days, the media has taken to sounding the alarm bells over a “second wave” of coronavirus infections. Such panic is overblown. Thanks to the leadership of President Trump and the courage and compassion of the American people, our public health system is far stronger than it was four months ago, and we are winning the fight against the invisible enemy.
While talk of an increaseMike Pence
Jun 09 2020
The universal lockdown of the country following the COVID-19 outbreak raised tensions through every segment of American society. The social and economic disruptions sparked protests all over the country, most famously in Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin. These protests were quickly denounced by media personalities, medical experts, and politicians who claimed that the risk of spreading the virusNational Review
Sep 07 2021
Newly-Released Documents Detail US-Funded Coronavirus Research at Wuhan Institute of Virology: Report
New documents have been released detailing U.S.-funded research on various types of coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, where the first outbreak of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus occurred.
More than 900 pages of materials were obtained by The Intercept in connection with a Freedom of Information lawsuit by the publication against the National InstitutesThe Epoch Times
May 19 2020
Defiance of public health directives has become a mark of right-wing identity.
A Washington Post article on Sunday described people in a posh suburb of Atlanta celebrating liberation from coronavirus lockdown. “I went to the antique mall yesterday on Highway 9 and it was just like — it was like freedom,” said a woman getting a pedicure.
“Yeah, I’m going to do the laser and theNew York Times (Opinion)
May 20 2020
This Abridge News topic aggregates four unique arguments on different sides of the debate. Here are the quick facts to get you started:
THE QUICK FACTSAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. unemployment reached 14.7% in April. In that month, the U.S. lost 20.5 million jobs. With so many out of work, some are predicting the arrival of a new economic Abridge News
May 19 2020
The major political parties in the U.S. embrace significantly different approaches in their views of human nature, policy issues and the role of government. Americans who identify with either of the two major political parties in turn reflect these differences in the way they view and interpret the world around them. The degree to which this partisanship affects Americans' worldviews hasGallup
May 12 2020
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Can the coronavirus survive on paper currency?
Yes, but experts say the risk of getting the virus from cash is low compared with person-to-person spread, which is the main way people get infected.
Still, many businesses worldwide have banned cash transactions and governments are taking extra precautions.
When it’s an option, use touch-free payment methods, such asAP Politics & Fact Check