Connect with us

Coronavirus News

Coronavirus News



Coronavirus Trump blames blue states for coronavirus death toll Coronavirus Trump blames blue states for coronavirus death toll

Coronavirus Trump blames blue states for coronavirus death toll

By 10 months ago

The president on Wednesday blamed blue states for the country’s coronavirus death toll and said that if those states were removed from consideration, the U.S. toll would be substantially lower. The panel discusses.Sept. 17, 2020

Latest News

Coronavirus Elizabeth Warren feels ‘deep down fury’ on Trump downplaying coronavirus Coronavirus Elizabeth Warren feels ‘deep down fury’ on Trump downplaying coronavirus

Coronavirus Elizabeth Warren feels ‘deep down fury’ on Trump downplaying coronavirus

By 10 months ago

Joy Reid asks Sen. Elizabeth Warren how she felt with new revelations that President Donald Trump downplayed the dangers of the coronavirus. Warren said, “It is a deep down fury … I must share what 190,000 other families share and that is, could it have been my brother who would have been saved?”Sept. 10, 2020

""/>

Coronavirus COVID-19 warning issued for Regina grocery store, transit and Saskatoon Walmart – CBC.ca Coronavirus COVID-19 warning issued for Regina grocery store, transit and Saskatoon Walmart – CBC.ca

Coronavirus COVID-19 warning issued for Regina grocery store, transit and Saskatoon Walmart – CBC.ca

By 10 months ago

An individual who later tested positive for COVID-19 was at the Golden Mile Superstore and rode several buses while they were likely infectious, the Saskatchewan Health Authority says. A different person was at a Saskatoon Walmart.The SHA warrning covered multiple routes during a one week span. (Matt Howard/CBC)Someone who tested positive for COVID-19 was at a grocery store…

Coronavirus Podcast: The child care tax on America’s economy Coronavirus Podcast: The child care tax on America’s economy

Coronavirus Podcast: The child care tax on America’s economy

By 10 months ago

President Trump paid no federal income tax in 10 of the past 15 years, and just $750 in 2016 and 2017, according to a new report from the New York Times. He also is reported to have hundreds of millions of dollars in outstanding debts, most of which would come due during a second term.Axios…

Coronavirus Federal judge rules Trump administration can’t end census early Coronavirus Federal judge rules Trump administration can’t end census early

Coronavirus Federal judge rules Trump administration can’t end census early

By 10 months ago

A federal judge ruled late Thursday that the Trump administration could not end the 2020 census a month early.Why it matters: The decision states that an early end — on Sept. 30, instead of Oct. 31 — would likely produce inaccuracies and thus impact political representation and government funding around the country.The judge in the U.S. District…

""/>

Hawaii No Longer Safe… Hawaii No Longer Safe…

Hawaii No Longer Safe…

By 10 months ago

After largely succeeding in shielding itself for the first four months of the pandemic, Hawaii is being hit hard by Covid-19.Thanks to its nearly 2,500-mile distance from California and a mandatory 14-day quarantine for new arrivals, Hawaii had fewer than 2,000 cases of Covid-19 between March and late July, one of the lowest infection rates…

Boris Johnson Introduces New Covid-19 Restrictions to Curb Second Wave in the U.K. – The Wall Street Journal Boris Johnson Introduces New Covid-19 Restrictions to Curb Second Wave in the U.K. – The Wall Street Journal

Boris Johnson Introduces New Covid-19 Restrictions to Curb Second Wave in the U.K. – The Wall Street Journal

By 10 months ago

LONDON—British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a series of new coronavirus restrictions for England, including earlier pub-closing times, as his government tries to quell a second wave of infections while avoiding another economically damaging nationwide lockdown.In an address to Parliament, Mr. Johnson unveiled both tightening and tougher enforcement of social-distancing rules, with fines of up…

Coronavirus: ‘Critical moment’ as students return to university Coronavirus: ‘Critical moment’ as students return to university

Coronavirus: ‘Critical moment’ as students return to university

By 10 months ago

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Thousands of students are preparing to return to university after the coronavirus lockdown A leading epidemiologist has warned the country is at a “critical moment” in the coronavirus pandemic, as students prepare to return to universities.Dame Anne Johnson, of University College London, told the BBC data showed the highest…

""/>

Coronavirus ‘Disregard for human life’: Fmr COVID task force staffer slams Trump Coronavirus ‘Disregard for human life’: Fmr COVID task force staffer slams Trump

Coronavirus ‘Disregard for human life’: Fmr COVID task force staffer slams Trump

By 10 months ago

A former coronavirus task force staffer is speaking out against Donald Trump and endorsing Biden because of his botched coronavirus response. Presidential historian Michael Beschloss joins MSNBC’s Ari Melber to discuss the shocking move and turns to Rick Ross to make his point.Sept. 19, 2020

Coronavirus Fauci: Downplaying coronavirus threat is ‘not a good thing’ Coronavirus Fauci: Downplaying coronavirus threat is ‘not a good thing’

Coronavirus Fauci: Downplaying coronavirus threat is ‘not a good thing’

By 10 months ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci responded to reports that President Trump wanted to play down the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, saying that doing so with any serious threat was “not a good thing.”Sept. 11, 2020

Coronavirus CDC Report: Dining out linked to increasing Coronavirus risk Coronavirus CDC Report: Dining out linked to increasing Coronavirus risk

Coronavirus CDC Report: Dining out linked to increasing Coronavirus risk

By 10 months ago

Dr. Lipi Roy, Internal Medicine Physician and NBC Medical Contributor, joins MSNBC’s Richard Lui to discuss the CDC’s latest study.Sept. 13, 2020

""/>

Coronavirus: Getting a flying fix without going abroad Coronavirus: Getting a flying fix without going abroad

Coronavirus: Getting a flying fix without going abroad

By 10 months ago

Image copyright Reuters Image caption With many flights cancelled, companies are trying to give travel fans a sense of nostalgia As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ground many flights, people are looking for ways to get their flying fix without travelling abroad. With that in mind, numerous companies are coming up with ways of catering…

Coronavirus: Marseille’s Covid-19 hospital beds ‘close to saturation’ Coronavirus: Marseille’s Covid-19 hospital beds ‘close to saturation’

Coronavirus: Marseille’s Covid-19 hospital beds ‘close to saturation’

By 10 months ago

Publishedduration14 Septemberimage copyrightEPAimage captionOnly four of Marseille’s resuscitation beds were free, officials saidThe use of hospital beds by Covid-19 patients in the French city of Marseille is “close to saturation” amid a sharp spike in infections.Surgeries are being reduced to cope with an incidence rate that has risen to 312 per 100,000 since September.New limits…

Coronavirus ‘More than just a blip’: Canada’s COVID-19 cases on the rise – CBC.ca Coronavirus ‘More than just a blip’: Canada’s COVID-19 cases on the rise – CBC.ca

Coronavirus ‘More than just a blip’: Canada’s COVID-19 cases on the rise – CBC.ca

By 10 months ago

As school returns and temperatures drop, coronavirus cases are ticking back up in Canada. Dr. Isaac Bogoch explains what the numbers mean, and how they can be brought back down.The drive-thru COVID-19 test site in Casselman, Ont., east of Ottawa, on Sept. 15, 2020. (Frédéric Pepin/Radio-Canada)Listen to the full episode21:27Coronavirus cases are on the upswing…

""/>

Coronavirus “A long way to go”: Fed chair warns economy will feel the weight of expired stimulus Coronavirus “A long way to go”: Fed chair warns economy will feel the weight of expired stimulus

Coronavirus “A long way to go”: Fed chair warns economy will feel the weight of expired stimulus

By 10 months ago

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told the House Financial Services Committee on Tuesday that the expiration of Congress’ coronavirus stimulus will weigh on the U.S. economy.Why it matters: Powell warned that the effects of dried-up benefits are a looming risk to the economy, even if the consequences aren’t yet visible.A number of measures passed in…

Top Stories

To Top