The SunSentinel verified what many Floridians already suspected.
According to The Washington Post, the White House is planning on throwing a ton of indoor holiday parties. The opposite example that health experts would like to set for the country.
Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade brings on New Jersey Atilis Gym owners who are staying open in defiance of state health orders and allows one of them to tell his audience that cloth masks don't help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Did Peter Navarro sell his house to buy Hydroxychloroquine stock? It seems like it.
Despite the fact that over sixty percent of the residents didn't want it, businesses prevailed and the annual biker rally will be held anyway.
The absolute refusal to prepare for what was coming, or to provide any sort of centralized testing and planning generated “Phase 1” of the U.S. response to the global pandemic: A level of both cases and deaths unmatched around the world. But in many ways, this initial failure is more forgivable than what came later.
Vice President Mike Pence, chairman of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, apparently saw no problem with a choir of more than 100 people singing without masks as long as he got an opportunity to appear competent.
At least one House Democrat has had enough with Republicans ignoring mask requirements during House committee hearings.
In the first weeks of the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States, a shocking breakdown in quality control at the CDC’s central laboratory in Atlanta led to cross-contamination of test materials that made the first round of tests shipped out around the country worthless.
Texas is one of the many states where the spread of the coronavirus is getting worse, but Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is only mildly concerned.
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