New York state suffered another quick and brutal rise in the number of coronavirus cases on Tuesday as officials raced to make more hospital beds available and the World Health Organization said the United States could become the next epicenter of the global pandemic.
New York state suffered another quick and brutal rise in the number of coronavirus cases on Tuesday as officials raced to make more hospital beds available and the World Health Organization said the United States could become the next epicentre of the global pandemic.
While there have reportedly been almost twice as many recoveries as deaths so far in the country, the official number of recovered patients has yet to be released by the CDC.
Trump’s more somber tone came as he addressed the public at a White House briefing and made a direct appeal to all Americans to do their part to halt the coronavirus pandemic’s spread.
Four more states in the U.S. issued stay at home orders this week for non-essential workers in a bid to combat the accelerating spread of the deadly and highly contagious novel coronavirus, bringing the total number to 17, where nearly half of the American population resides.
During today's complete shitshow of a White House coronavirus task force briefing, impeached and obviously bonkers president Donald John Trump said the U.S. is “near the end of our historic battle” with COVID-19 and has begun to see "the light at the end of the tunnel.”
Donald Trump said Tuesday that he doesn't think he will be taking action to order a national lockdown as the coronavirus death toll in the U.S. nears 100.
On Thursday's broadcast of CNN's "Situation Room," former National Security Adviser Susan Rice stated that China does deserve some blame for how it | Clips On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” former National Security Adviser Susan Rice stated that China does deserve some blame for how it handled the coronavirus outbreak, and “China is not behaving well in trying to blame this on the United States. But the flip side of it is, we are not behaving well when we talk about, as the...
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says President Trump's travel ban on Europe will efficiently reduce the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Health experts say the travel ban is too little, too late. More than 1,000 cases have already been confirmed nationwide, rendering a ban on travel from other countries virtually useless, the experts said.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) is sounding the alarm on the possibility of increased domestic violence as Americans work from home or lose their jobs and face all kinds of additional problems during the outbreak of the coronavirus. She urged President Trump to make sure victims and survivors of
Fast-food chains like McDonald's and Burger King are pushing arguments that it is crucial to the American public that they stay open during the coronavirus outbreak.