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No, the US has not tested more people in 8 days than South Korea did in 8 weeks
What the press is not getting is Trump has deliberately started a fight with the State because he thinks it plays well with the base. He is endangering the lives of NYers because Trump thinks it's politically advantageous.
New York reaches a coronavirus breaking point with Trump
Sudden spike in new Tokyo virus cases brings dire warning for Japan
Sudden spike in new Tokyo virus cases brings dire warning for Japan https://news.yahoo.com/sudden-spike-tokyo-virus-cases-015354033.html
Why are there so many people on this train. This is insane. People are not getting it.
Website allows people to report coronavirus symptoms, track spread
Nearly 50 Queens Residents Were Killed by Coronavirus Overnight: NYC
COVID-19: 'Digestive symptoms are common'
"New research into data from more than 200 people who received medical care for COVID-19 reveals that almost half of this group experienced digestive symptoms, such as loss of appetite and diarrhea."
Hospitals Tell Doctors They’ll Be Fired If They Speak Out About Lack of Gear
10 coronavirus symptoms you may not be aware of, from malaise and dizziness to digestive issues
Pentagon says it still hasn't sent ventilators because it hasn't been told where to send them
NEARLY 60 PERCENT OF U.S. WORKERS WON'T BE ABLE TO MEET THEIR BASIC FINANCIAL NEEDS UNDER ONE-MONTH CORONAVIRUS QUARANTINE, SURVEY SHOWS
Nearly six in 10 American workers will not be able to meet their basic financial needs in one month or less under quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fifty-eight percent of workers say they won't be able to pay rent, buy groceries or take care of bills if quarantined for 30 days or less, according to a new survey from the Society for Human Research Management (SHRM) released Wednesday morning.
One in five workers said they'd be unable to meet those basic financial needs in less than one week under quarantine.
Twenty-six million coronavirus tests have gone missing. Or maybe they never existed to begin with.
On March 21, the White House said 27 million coronavirus test kits would be out in the health care system and available to patients by the end of March. At the end of March, however, the national total for coronavirus tests was just 1.1 million. Some tests were still in the pipeline, yet mayors and governors have been clamoring for the tests, which are crucial to containing the virus. So what happened to more than 20 million tests?
A German Exception? Why the Country’s Coronavirus Death Rate Is Low