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Mar 31 2020
Healthcare workers, especially doctors and nurses stationed at hospitals, have been a focus of media coverage as they deal with the COVID-19 coronavirus on the front lines. Some right-rated outlets have reported on positive outlooks provided by healthcare workers; most coverage has focused on the high contraction risk for healthcare workers, and the overall severity of the situation forNBC News (Online) Bloomberg The Daily Caller
Mar 18 2020
Economic fears over the COVID-19 outbreak again triggered stocks to drastically lose value Wednesday. Stocks and bonds fell, suggesting that investors at large are seeking to accumulate cash during the coronavirus pandemic. This fall comes despite plans of a economic stimulus package being negotiated by the government for U.S. citizens.Yahoo News MarketWatch Wall Street Journal (News)
Mar 16 2020
President Donald Trump was joined by federal health officials at the White House Monday afternoon to address the nation with new guidelines for coronavirus management and safety, advising older people to stay home and discouraging gatherings of 10 or more individuals. The group also described a "15-day" plan for combating the immediate spread of the virus, while warning that the crisis couldFox News (Online News) USA TODAY CNN (Online News)
Mar 27 2020
National parks across the U.S. are experiencing intense pressure during the coronavirus pandemic, as millions of Americans seeking to escape virus-stricken urban centers flock into nature. Three of the country's most famous parks -- Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Great Smoky Mountains — shut their gates this week, while many others have appealed for permission to close amid employee andAssociated Press Washington Post Fox News (Online News)
Mar 26 2020
Interactions between President Donald Trump and state governors, especially Democrats, have been a focus during the U.S. coronavirus outbreak, as the federal government decides how much help to provide to governors based on the extent of the pandemic's toll in their state.
Three governors of three historically blue states — Gavin Newsom (CA), J.B. Pritzker (IL), and Andrew Cuomo (NY) —Vox Associated Press New York Post (News)
Mar 26 2020
Good things are still happening, both on the coronavirus front and entirely separate from it, as humanity continues to grapple with a global pandemic that's infected nearly 500,000 people worldwide. Coverage from news organizations throughout the political spectrum is managing to maintain a positive element, as scientists fight to find a cure and people work to maintain community andBloomberg Fox News (Online News) BuzzFeed News
Mar 30 2020
New York and New York City have been an epicenter of COVID-19 coronavirus cases in the United States; at least 1,200 people have died in the state as of Monday, as NYC Mayor Andrew Cuomo (D) and state officials continue to grapple with containing the outbreak.
Some right-rated outlets have criticized New York Democrats, particularly for releasing inmates during the COVID-19 outbreak.New York Daily News NPR (Online News) New York Post (News)
Apr 15 2020
There's a lot to sift through when looking for information on the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, so AllSides is bringing together the best advice, research and more to help you manage the crisis in your own life.
In addition to expert guidelines on staying safe and avoiding infection, reporting throughout the media spectrum has focused on advice for preserving mental health, performingNew York Post (News) Los Angeles Times AARP
Mar 10 2020
Tourism and air travel have been hit especially hard by the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Some airlines have started running ghost flights to preserve their routes until after the disease crisis as patrons continue to cancel flights and travel plans, and some airline executives have taken pay cuts amidst the cancellations. While the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has not recommendedLos Angeles Times Wall Street Journal (News) Townhall
Mar 14 2020
President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he has been tested for the coronavirus, with results still pending. Speaking to reporters during a press conference on the outbreak at the White House, Trump said he had taken the test the night before after being pressured by the media and others, many of whom argued the precaution was necessary given the Republican's recent contact with two peopleVox Axios Washington Examiner