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Coronavirus Al Franken: Trump’s handling of the pandemic ‘is the American carnage he was talking about’ Coronavirus Al Franken: Trump’s handling of the pandemic ‘is the American carnage he was talking about’

Coronavirus Al Franken: Trump’s handling of the pandemic ‘is the American carnage he was talking about’

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On Trump’s handling of the coronavirus response, Al Franken says “This is the American carnage he was talking about,” a reference to the president’s inauguration speech.July 31, 2020

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Coronavirus Trump ditches ‘new tone’ on COVID-19, pushes states to reopen Coronavirus Trump ditches ‘new tone’ on COVID-19, pushes states to reopen

Coronavirus Trump ditches ‘new tone’ on COVID-19, pushes states to reopen

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After many in the media noted Trump’s somber ‘new tone’ on the coronavirus without any skepticism, the president ditched it just a few days later pushing states to reopen.July 28, 2020

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Coronavirus: The British-Pakistani doctors saving lives in both countries Coronavirus: The British-Pakistani doctors saving lives in both countries

Coronavirus: The British-Pakistani doctors saving lives in both countries

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Image caption Dr Akhtar connects via video link from his home in Essex From his laptop at his home just outside London, Dr Tahir Akhtar is helping treat a coronavirus patient in Lahore, Pakistan. Via a video link, a doctor there shows Dr Akhtar around the intensive care unit at the city’s Jinnah Hospital.Dr Akhtar…

Coronavirus: How fast is it spreading in Africa? Coronavirus: How fast is it spreading in Africa?

Coronavirus: How fast is it spreading in Africa?

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Passengers boarding a bus in Lagos being given hand sanitiser The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that Africa might be headed for a much larger outbreak than current numbers are suggesting.We’ve looked at the situation across the continent, and examined which countries are of most concern.How fast is coronavirus…

Coronavirus U.S. closes in on 3 million total coronavirus cases Coronavirus U.S. closes in on 3 million total coronavirus cases

Coronavirus U.S. closes in on 3 million total coronavirus cases

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Four months, three million confirmed infections and more than 130,000 deaths into the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., Americans confronted with a resurgence of COVID-19 are facing long lines at testing sites in the summer heat or are getting turned away. A health-care worker performs a COVID-19 test at a drive-thru site in Miami Gardens, Fla., on…

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Coronavirus The coronavirus pandemic has already caused lasting economic damage Coronavirus The coronavirus pandemic has already caused lasting economic damage

Coronavirus The coronavirus pandemic has already caused lasting economic damage

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Fed Chair Jerome Powell mentioned “lasting damage to the economy” as a worry three separate times during his prepared remarks on Wednesday, and called it a reason to continue providing support through fiscal and monetary policy.The state of play: But experts say the damage already has been done, even as we’re still in the midst…

Coronavirus Experts say we may to tighten access to coronavirus testing Coronavirus Experts say we may to tighten access to coronavirus testing

Coronavirus Experts say we may to tighten access to coronavirus testing

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Testing is once again becoming a critical weakness in the America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, and experts say we may need to revive tighter standards about who can get a test.Why it matters: Although testing has gotten a lot better over the course of the pandemic, the pandemic has gotten worse, and that means…

Coronavirus Auto sales may have turned a corner despite coronavirus pandemic Coronavirus Auto sales may have turned a corner despite coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus Auto sales may have turned a corner despite coronavirus pandemic

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U.S. auto sales have bounced back in recent months despite the coronavirus pandemic, with some brands even seeing their sales increase over 2019’s numbers at this point in the year.Why it matters: Cars and trucks were seen as one of the sectors that would be hardest hit as Americans were called to stay home from…

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Coronavirus Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Tuesday Coronavirus Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Tuesday

Coronavirus Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Tuesday

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Texas and California, the country’s two most populous states, were among those recording a record number of new COVID-19 cases across the U.S. on Tuesday, while Florida faced an impending shortage of intensive care unit hospital beds.Health workers are seen at a COVID-19 antibody and diagnostic testing site in San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday. (Eric Gay/The Associated…

Coronavirus Miami mayor says gyms closing, indoor dining to halt Coronavirus Miami mayor says gyms closing, indoor dining to halt

Coronavirus Miami mayor says gyms closing, indoor dining to halt

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Mayor Francis Suarez, R-Miami, joins Morning Joe to discuss how his city is battling coronavirus infections, which includes closing gyms and indoor dining at restaurants.July 7, 2020

Coronavirus Trump’s White House tries to discredit Fauci as COVID-19 surges Coronavirus Trump’s White House tries to discredit Fauci as COVID-19 surges

Coronavirus Trump’s White House tries to discredit Fauci as COVID-19 surges

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Pushing for schools to reopen with no national plan, Trump’s White House is trying to discredit Dr. Fauci as coronavirus cases across the nation continue to surge.July 14, 2020

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As Offices Reopen, Workers Clash Over Masks, Cubicle Barriers, Lysol… As Offices Reopen, Workers Clash Over Masks, Cubicle Barriers, Lysol…

As Offices Reopen, Workers Clash Over Masks, Cubicle Barriers, Lysol…

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When Matt Wells returned to the office in mid-April, he was surprised to see a note pinned to a colleague’s cubicle urging people to keep their distance. “I thought it was an overreaction” to the coronavirus pandemic, he said. Now…

Amitabh Bachchan: Bollywood star recovers from Covid-19 Amitabh Bachchan: Bollywood star recovers from Covid-19

Amitabh Bachchan: Bollywood star recovers from Covid-19

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Image copyright Reuters One of India’s best known film stars, Amitabh Bachchan, has been discharged from hospital after being treated for Covid-19.Last month the 77-year-old actor told his millions of Twitter followers that he had tested positive for the coronavirus.On Sunday, he said he had left hospital after testing negative.He thanked his fans for their…

Coronavirus Miami Marlins cancel home opener as team coronavirus outbreak spreads Coronavirus Miami Marlins cancel home opener as team coronavirus outbreak spreads

Coronavirus Miami Marlins cancel home opener as team coronavirus outbreak spreads

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The Miami Marlins’ home opener on Monday night against the Baltimore Orioles was canceled after eight more players and two coaches tested positive for the coronavirus, ESPN reports. Why it matters: It highlights the difficulty of carrying out a sports season as the nation’s virus caseload continues to grow. The MLB chose to allow teams…

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Coronavirus Miami Mayor on coronavirus response: This shouldn’t be a partisan issue Coronavirus Miami Mayor on coronavirus response: This shouldn’t be a partisan issue

Coronavirus Miami Mayor on coronavirus response: This shouldn’t be a partisan issue

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Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says the government response to coronavirus ‘shouldn’t be a partisan issue,’ instead stressing that it’s a public health one.July 7, 2020

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