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Jul 27 2020
As lockdown restrictions loosen across the country, COVID-19 coronavirus outbreaks have popped up after people attend public gatherings. In the first week of the professional baseball season, more than a dozen players and staff for the Miami Marlins tested positive for COVID-19, leading the MLB and other sports leagues to re-evaluate their next steps. 71 percent of evangelical churchesWashington Times The Hill Los Angeles Times
Apr 28 2020
President Trump announced a new federal coronavirus testing blueprint on Monday that calls on the federal government and the private sector to work closely with state governments to ramp up testing.
The blueprint includes expanding rapid testing at pharmacies, tapping unused lab capacity and making sure governors have the supplies they need to check people for the virus. It also callsNPR (Online News) Washington Times NBC News (Online)
Apr 01 2020
President Trump warned Americans Tuesday of a "painful" two weeks ahead in fighting the coronavirus.
The White House and the coronavirus medical team project that as many as 100,000 to 240,000 people could die from the virus, but they are seeking to depress that number.Washington Times Washington Post Wall Street Journal (News)
May 22 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is facing criticism for mixing the results of two separate types of tests when compiling its official tally of nationwide coronavirus testing.
Voices of all political leanings from throughout the spectrum accused the CDC of misleading the American public, with many arguing that the testing figures previously considered to be promisingThe Dispatch The Atlantic NPR (Online News)
Jun 24 2020
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, racial tension, violence and widespread calls for police reform have recently highlighted polarization in the United States. Some voices have investigated the intersection of such polarization with the criminal justice system, as well as public health, especially as it relates to mask-wearing during the pandemic.
Voices on all sides addressed theGrist USA TODAY Wall Street Journal (Opinion)
May 06 2020
President Donald Trump says his administration's coronavirus task force will continue indefinitely, a day after the White House suggested it would wind down.
The task force will shift its focus to safely reopening the country and to providing vaccines.NBC News (Online) Fox News (Online News) USA TODAY
Mar 23 2020
Democrats in the U.S. Senate voted on Sunday to block a coronavirus stimulus bill, pushing for more funding to help hospitals and others hurt by the outbreak.
The Trump Administration and lawmakers hoped to send a positive message to unstable stock markets and to those worried about coronavirus-induced economic damage.The Hill Washington Examiner Washington Post
Apr 29 2020
Remdisivir, an experimental anti-viral drug, has reportedly generated "positive" data in tests run by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to examine its potential as a COVID-19 coronavirus treatment. Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Donald Trump were among those who celebrated the "good news" Wednesday; the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is discussing plansCNBC Fox News (Online News) Yahoo News
Apr 02 2020
Face masks and coverings have been a popular topic in media coverage and national discussion amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. With the White House reportedly set to recommend wearing cloth masks in public, questions are circulating about their effectiveness and the divisiveness of the overall conversation.National Review The Atlantic New York Times (Opinion)
Apr 11 2020
As coronavirus deaths in the U.S. and around the world continue to mount, scientists in various countries are racing to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. Researchers in England have reported success with a vaccine being developed there, saying it could be made available to the public as early as September. Other countries, including Israel and the U.S., are also making progress.
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