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Apr 30 2020
Amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, a rent strike has been planned for May 1 in metropolitan areas around the country. This comes as record-breaking unemployment numbers complicate finances for many Americans; various orders have barred landlords in certain regions from evicting tenants, thoroughly disrupting rental property agreements.
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Mar 23 2020
As China has begun sending medical supplies to other countries, the nation and its ruling party have drawn criticism from media voices throughout the spectrum for purported mismanagement of and lies regarding the crisis. Some argued that China's 'humanitarian' effort was meant to overshadow its role in the global outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Others believed that this effort was meantNational Review Christian Science Monitor Washington Post
Mar 13 2020
As COVID-19 coronavirus news continues to dominate headlines, media coverage is focusing on what the pandemic and its consequences will mean for the 2020 presidential election. Voices have focused especially on how it may impact President Donald Trump's reelection chances, and have also looked at how Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and former Vice President Joe Biden will supposedly moldBreitbart News ABC News (Online) Reuters
Mar 25 2020
The coronavirus pandemic is significantly impacting the 2020 presidential election, pushing back primary election dates and shifting campaign priorities for candidates. Former Vice President Joe Biden (DE) has been addressing the public with coronavirus updates through videocasts, at times criticizing President Donald Trump for his purported shortcomings in managing the virus; Senator BernieNew York Times (News) Associated Press Washington Examiner
Feb 29 2020
U.S. officials confirmed that a man from Washington state had died of the novel coronavirus on Saturday, marking the first such casualty of COVID-19 in the country. President Donald Trump and his top health advisers responded by urging calm and announcing a series of travel restrictions during a press conference in Washington D.C.NPR (Online News) Politico New York Post (News)
Mar 04 2021
For the first time in months, there are reasons for optimism about the state of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. The numbers of infections and deaths have dropped substantially from their peaks in the winter months. More than 50 million Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine so far, and the vaccination rate is expected to increase. All this encouraging news hasYahoo! The 360
May 27 2021
The pace of new coronavirus infections in the U.S. fell by nearly 20% over the past week — the fifth straight week of double-digit declines.
The big picture: America’s vaccination drive is working, and as it continues to expand, the country can safely get back to many of its pre-pandemic routines.
By the numbers: The U.S. averaged roughly 24,000 new cases per day over the pastAxios
Dec 02 2020
Promising results from clinical trials of three coronavirus vaccines have brought new hope for ending the pandemic. But a vaccine, or a combination of vaccines, will not be effective if people refuse to take it.
Experts estimate that at least 60 percent of Americans will need to be vaccinated to stop the virus from spreading to the rest of the population. The question of how to achieveYahoo! The 360
May 02 2021
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With millions of Americans being vaccinated against COVID-19 every day and states increasingly loosening restrictions, the public is now less likely to say the coronavirus is the most important problem facing the nation than at any point since March 2020. Twenty percent currently name the coronavirus, down from 25% last month, but considerably lower than the April 2020 high point of 45% whenGallup
Apr 27 2021
Public attitudes about the coronavirus outbreak increasingly exhibit features of a collective panic. That development creates the danger that government measures designed to deal with a very real public health problem may lead to enormous collateral damage both to the economy and the freedoms that Americans take for granted.
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