Some medical staff are fearful of working in hospitals overloaded with coronavirus patients. The shortage of personal protective equipment makes their already difficult job even more dangerous.
If approved, the new bill will add $600 per week to whatever a worker would normally receive if they’re laid off due to the coronavirus fallout.
For the year 2020, the Olympics are a casualty of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mr. Rogers advised us that no matter how scary the times, look for the people who are helping. Here they are.
He doesn't get a clear answer from HHS Secretary Alex Azar.
The residents of the conservative Florida retirement community watch a lot of Fox News, so mostly they believe coronavirus is no big deal.
"When you get the commercial segment, then you can make millions and millions of tests, what you can see in the reasonable future is a dramatic escalation in the number of tests that will be available," Dr. Anthony Fauci said.
The Florida congresswoman sidesteps the question of whether she's being considered for Joe Biden's VP slot.
"If anyone told you the morning after Super Tuesday, Biden would be 76 delegates ahead of Sanders, they'd be lying through their teeth," Phil Mattingly said.
"We want to see if the U.S. starts to look like South Korea, where the economy is largely in lockdown already. If that's happening, it's really bad," the Nobel laureate said.
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