U.S. tops 100,000 COVID-19 circumstances


 


Italian hospital is popping scuba masks into ventilators

The coronavirus has claimed practically 1,000 lives in Italy up to now 24 hours. With ventilators operating low, a determined hospital within the northern a part of the nation is making an attempt one thing new: modified scuba masks.

Medical doctors are utilizing a 3D printer to change the masks so that they hook up with oxygen. It is a quick-fix Dr. Franceso Minardi likens to wartime triage.

CBS Information was given uncommon entry contained in the hospital’s ICU unit. Earlier than coming into, the staff suited up in protecting gear.

The virus hasn’t been straightforward on the nation’s hospital system. To this point, greater than 40 medical doctors within the nation have died of the virus. Sandra Rossi, the top of this ICU, stated one of many fallen was a health care provider and pal. — Chris Livesay

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Los Angeles seashores shut to stop crowds

Los Angeles County, California, has quickly closed all of its seashores to stop crowds of individuals from spreading the coronavirus. County Supervisor Janice Hahn stated that crowds that gathered at seashores final weekend have been “unacceptable.” She stated the closure will raise as soon as “it’s secure to take action.”

“With the intention to save lives, seashores in LA County shall be quickly closed. I perceive that this can be a large sacrifice for everybody who enjoys going to our seashores. However we can’t threat one other sunny weekend with crowds on the seaside spreading this virus.”

The closure will apply to all LA County seashores, seaside bogs, piers, promenades, and seaside bike paths, CBS Los Angeles reported

 


Trump indicators huge coronavirus reduction package deal

President Trump on Friday signed a large reduction invoice in response to the numerous financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The invoice is enacted as a document variety of Individuals have filed unemployment claims and the U.S. topped China because the nation with probably the most confirmed COVID-19 circumstances.

“I need to thank Democrats and Republicans for coming collectively and placing America first,” Mr. Trump stated on the ceremony to signal the invoice within the Oval Workplace. No Democrats have been current for the signing, and an aide to Home Speaker Nancy Pelosi confirmed she wasn’t invited.

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14 inmates, 13 staffers take a look at constructive in federal prisons

The Federal Bureau of Prisons on Friday confirmed new constructive circumstances for the coronavirus. The bureau stated 14 inmates and 13 staffers have examined constructive. FCI Oakdale in Louisiana at present has probably the most circumstances, with 5 inmates testing constructive. 

Here is the place the inmates have examined constructive:
MDC Brooklyn: 1
FCI Oakdale: 5
USP Atlanta: 2
MCC New York: 2
RRC Phoenix: 1
RRC Brooklyn: 3

 


NYPD absences spike as police name in sick

The New York Metropolis Police Division is seeing an enormous spike in absences, even because it has been tasked with serving to implement coronavirus social distancing guidelines. On Thursday, 3,674 officers referred to as in sick, accounting for about 10% of the drive. Usually, about 3% of the drive is out sick, New York Metropolis police commissioner Dermot Shea advised CBS Information.

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Disney World and Disneyland to stay closed

The Walt Disney Firm on Friday introduced that Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida will stay closed “till additional discover.”

“Whereas there’s nonetheless a lot uncertainty with respect to the impacts of COVID-19, the protection and well-being of our visitors and staff stays The Walt Disney Firm’s prime precedence,” the corporate stated. 

“Because of this unprecedented pandemic and consistent with route supplied by well being consultants and authorities officers, Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort will stay closed till additional discover. “

 


France extends lockdown by two weeks

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Friday introduced that the nationwide lockdown shall be prolonged for at the least one other two weeks. The transfer had been anticipated, because the variety of deaths from the brand new coronavirus continues to rise sharply. Philippe stated it was clear France was simply “at the start” of this epidemic.

As of Friday, there have been greater than 33,400 circumstances in France, and practically 2,000 deaths, based on Johns Hopkins College.

The lockdown is in its 11th day and can now proceed till at the least April 15. The prime minister warned that he would prolong it once more if wanted – the president’s scientific advisors have referred to as for six weeks in whole.

Philippe additionally referred to as on individuals to respect the restrictions and keep residence.

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A person walks his canine on the Champs de Mars on March 21, 2020, in Paris.

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NBA stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell cleared of coronavirus

Utah Jazz stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell have formally recovered from coronavirus, the staff introduced Friday. Gobert was the primary NBA participant to check constructive for the virus on March 11, which prompted the NBA to cancel video games indefinitely.

The Jazz stated in an announcement that each one its gamers and employees have been cleared by the Utah Division of Well being on Friday after ending isolation and quarantine measures.

“In accordance with CDC and NBA suggestions, all gamers and employees will proceed to follow social distancing whereas limiting time outdoors of their houses to important actions. The Utah Division of Well being has decided that each one Jazz gamers and employees, no matter prior testing standing, not pose a threat of an infection to others,” the assertion stated.

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This March 7, 2020, photograph reveals Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz. 

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Shares drop as U.S. tops world in coronavirus circumstances

Shares fell on Friday because the U.S. claimed the unwelcome place of being the nation with probably the most coronavirus infections. The decline ended a three-day rally fueled by optimism that the $2 trillion stimulus package deal would offset a few of the financial injury from the coronavirus pandemic.

The Dow shed 920 factors, or 4%, to 21,623. By way of Thursday, the index had shed 24% of its worth since its most up-to-date peak in February. The broad-based S&P 500 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq each misplaced 3.6%.

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Maryland’s largest county distributes laptops to college students for distant studying

As the biggest county in Maryland, Montgomery County, prepares to take its lessons on-line for college kids inside days, it’s making certain college students who want laptops may have them. Public faculty employees handed out laptops throughout the county on Thursday.

At first look, the parking zone distribution regarded like a fast-food line, with dozens of automobiles idling in an organized style. Drivers patiently waited for a sign prompting them to roll ahead. However as an alternative of ordering a burger by an intercom, mother and father held up a chunk of paper displaying a scholar ID quantity by their automotive home windows. 

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Tesla’s Elon Musk is donating lots of of ventilators to New York

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he is donating a lot wanted ventilators to New York. New York Metropolis Mayor Invoice de Blasio expressed gratitude to Musk for stepping up. 

Musk supplied to assist with ventilators earlier this month in the course of the coronavirus pandemic. Whereas replying to a follower concerning the progress, Musk stated the important units – which assist sufferers with COVID-19 breathe – have been being despatched there Thursday evening. 

“Engaged on that with Medtronic.” he said. “Given NY urgent wants, we’re delivering Resmed, Philips & Medtronic ventilators to NY hospitals beginning tonight.”

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Home passes huge coronavirus reduction package deal

The Home authorized a large reduction invoice to answer the numerous financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic Friday. The $2 trillion invoice handed with bipartisan help by a voice vote.

The reduction measure handed in a 96-Zero vote within the Senate earlier this week after prolonged negotiations between Senate Minority Chief Chuck Schumer and White Home officers. The invoice expands unemployment insurance coverage, supplies direct funds to most Individuals and consists of lots of of billions of {dollars} in loans and grants to firms, hospitals, state and native governments and extra.

The invoice is “section three” laws to deal with the pandemic. President Trump has signed two different reduction payments and voiced help for this measure. He had stated he’ll signal the invoice as soon as it’s handed within the Home.

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Cuomo thanks Nationwide Guard: “The mission is to avoid wasting lives. That is what you are doing.”

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke Friday from the Jacob Okay. Javits Conference Middle in New York Metropolis, which the Nationwide Guard helped convert into a short lived hospital in a matter of days. 

He stated to the Nationwide Guard: “You’re the better of us. And at any time when we name on you, you’re there. And what you probably did on this facility in a single week, making a hospital, is simply unimaginable.”

Cuomo stated the coronavirus is “a unique beast that we’re coping with. That is an invisible beast. It’s an insidious beast.”

“This isn’t gonna be a brief deployment,” he stated. “This isn’t gonna be that you simply go on the market for a couple of days, we work onerous, and we go residence. That is gonna be weeks and weeks and weeks. That is gonna be a protracted day. And it is gonna be a tough day. And it is gonna be an unpleasant day. And it is gonna be a tragic day.”

“This can be a rescue mission that you simply’re on,” he stated. “The mission is to avoid wasting lives. That is what you are doing.”

 


Cuomo says he’ll ask Trump to authorize Four extra non permanent hospitals

New York state is in search of to construct 4 extra non permanent hospitals to take care of the anticipated rise in coronavirus circumstances – including to 4 hospitals which might be already within the works in New York Metropolis and surrounding areas. 

Governor Andrew Cuomo stated he’ll ask President Trump on Friday to authorize the 4 extra non permanent hospitals, which would offer one other 4,000 hospital beds.

Cuomo says 140,000 beds are anticipated to be wanted on the peak of COVID-19 hospitalizations however that present capability within the state is 53,000. 

Officers are trying on the New York Expo Middle within the Bronx, the Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal and the Faculty of Staten Island as attainable places.

USNS Consolation, a Navy hospital ship with 1,000 beds, is predicted to reach in New York Harbor on Monday, based on Cuomo. The state can also be taking a look at motels, faculty dorms and nursing houses as attainable places for extra capability. 

 


North Dakota stories state’s first coronavirus loss of life

North Dakota’s well being division has reported the state’s first coronavirus loss of life. It stated in a tweet the affected person was a person in his 90s from Cass County. He had underlying well being circumstances and the supply of his COVID-19 an infection was unknown.

 


New York state stories greater than 44,000 confirmed circumstances

There have now been greater than 44,000 confirmed COVID-19 circumstances in New York state and 519 individuals have died there from the brand new coronavirus, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo introduced Friday.

6,481 sufferers are at present hospitalized within the state and 1,583 are in ICUs. 2,045 individuals have been discharged from hospitals.

 


College closures prolonged for one more 2 weeks in New York state

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo introduced Friday that faculties throughout the state will shut for at the least one other two weeks, extending closures that have been in impact till April 1.

“I do not do that joyfully however I feel while you take a look at the place we’re … it solely is sensible to maintain the faculties closed,” Cuomo stated. 

Officers will reassess the necessity for attainable continued closures following the brand new two-week interval. 

New York Metropolis faculties are closed to college students until at least April 20

 


Iron Man 2 actor arrested over alleged coronavirus remedy fraud

Actor Keith Middlebrook, who had a job in Marvel’s 2010 movie Iron Man 2, has been arrested by the FBI and charged with fraud for allegedly in search of investments in his firm, which he claimed can be used to mass produce drugs that would forestall individuals from contracting the coronavirus.

He stated the investments would additionally assist produce an injectable medication able to completely curing the COVID-19 illness in a matter of days. A grievance was filed within the U.S. District Court docket in Los Angeles on one depend of tried wire fraud, finally resulting in Middlebrook’s arrest.  

Although work on each has been ramped-up considerably, there are at present no medicines authorized to deal with COVID-19, and a confirmed, efficient vaccine shouldn’t be anticipated for at the least a 12 months.  

-This report originated on CBSNews.com’s sister web site comicbook.com. 

 


U.N. official warns of attainable longer-term coronavirus “boomerang” risk

The U.N.’s humanitarian support chief, Underneath Secretary-Basic Mark Lowcock advised CBS Information on Friday that the world wants to look at for a coronavirus “boomerang” impact. He stated that if the international locations within the throes of the pandemic now begin to recover from it simply because the poorest international locations are hit, it might come again to batter the U.S. and different developed nations for a second spherical.

“The purpose actually is that as extra developed international locations, together with these in East Asia, together with Europe, together with North America, step by step, as I feel will occur over time, get the virus beneath management… it won’t make these international locations secure, as a result of if the virus is allowed to get a grip within the unstable locations, it is going to be a everlasting risk to everyone,” he stated.

“Human beings transfer round and, as we have seen, this virus is carried by individuals who might not have signs,” Lowcock advised CBS Information, including there was additionally a threat that if the illness turns into, “embedded in locations, it might mutate or evolve and be progressively onerous to take care of.”

 


Italians advised virus management measures are working, however too quickly to drop the guard

There’s hope, however Italy’s coronavirus epidemic hasn’t peaked but. Silvio Brusaferro, President of the nation’s Larger Institute of Well being, acknowledged Friday that Italy was seeing “constructive indicators” —  specifically the lower within the price of recent each day infections charges.

“We aren’t in a downward section, however in a section of the slowing down of progress,” he defined, including that the height was anticipated within the coming days. 

Brusaferro attributed the decelerating progress price on to the “keep at residence” measures adopted all through Italy. “We’re observing clear indicators of the clear efficacy of the containment measures, he stated.”  He warned Italians, nonetheless, to not decrease their guard now.

COVID-19 intensive care unit at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan

Members of the medical employees in protecting fits deal with a affected person affected by coronavirus illness (COVID-19) in an intensive care unit on the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Italy, March 27, 2020.

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In the identical press convention, the president of the Ministry of Well being’s analysis arm, Franco Locatelli, dismissed rumors that the brand new coronavirus might have been created in a lab as “bio-terrorism” science fiction. 

“Now we have clear indications that there isn’t a risk that the SarsCoV2 was generated in a laboratory,” he stated, noting a scarcity of any scientific foundation for such theories.

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Actor Mark Blum, of “Regulation & Order,” dies of COVID-19 issues

Longtime actor Mark Blum has died at the age of 69 of complications from the coronavirus, the Display Actors Guild – American Federation of Tv and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) stated Thursday in a statement. He was recognized for his roles within the tv reveals “Succession” and “Regulation & Order” in addition to motion pictures “Desperately Searching for Susan” and “Crocodile Dundee.” 

 


U.Okay. Well being Secretary confirms COVID-19 analysis proper after PM Boris Johnson

Matt Hancock, Britain’s Well being Secretary, has confirmed his personal constructive take a look at for the COVID-19 illness proper on the heels of his boss, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, doing the identical. 

Johnson grew to become the primary world chief to verify his coronavirus analysis Friday morning, in a video message posted to Twitter. Lower than two hours later Hancock posted a really related video saying he, too, was working from residence and experiencing solely delicate signs.

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Lady, 16, with no recognized pre-existing circumstances turns into France’s youngest COVID-19 sufferer

A 16-year-old lady has change into France’s youngest sufferer of COVID-19. The excessive schooler lived in Essonne, an outer Paris suburb that is been one of many hardest-hit areas in a rustic the place virtually 1,700 have died of the coronavirus.

Her sister advised the native version of Le Parisien newspaper that Julie — solely her first title has been launched  — had no pre-existing circumstances. She stated that she had a light-weight cough final week however did not assume it was severe. By Monday, Julie was feeling worse and went to see a health care provider, who identified respiratory difficulties and despatched her to the hospital.

There her situation deteriorated quickly, and she or he died within the early hours of Wednesday.

Her sister advised the newspaper: “Now we have to cease believing it solely impacts outdated individuals. Nobody is invincible towards this virus.”

 


Buyer ideas $10,000 on day earlier than restaurant’s coronavirus-linked layoffs

The proprietor of a southwest Florida restaurant is making an attempt to determine who left a $10,000 tip for its staff simply earlier than the state’s eateries have been ordered to shut their eating rooms in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.

The 20 employees members on the restaurant have been capable of cut up the money, every taking residence an additional $500 the day earlier than they have been laid off from their jobs.

Ross Edlund, who the Naples Day by day Information says owns the Skillets restaurant chain, told the newspaper the person who handed a supervisor the wad of money is a daily buyer, and he thinks his title is likely to be Invoice or Bob. He says the person likes to eat on the patio on weekdays and on weekends he typically brings his household for brunch. They’d prefer to thank him.

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Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan and Invoice Gates to fund $25M coronavirus analysis group

Fb founder Mark Zuckerberg and his spouse Dr. Priscilla Chan are stepping up to help battle the coronavirus pandemic by their charitable group, The Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative. They introduced plans to accomplice with the Invoice and Melinda Gates Basis, “contributing $25 million with Gates and others” to start exploring attainable COVID-19 remedies. 

“I am actually proud to share that CZI’s gonna be becoming a member of Gates and others to place collectively one thing they’re calling the ‘therapeutics accelerator to battle coronavirus,” Chan advised “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King in an unique interview. 

Chan defined that the collective’s aim shall be “to fund a gaggle to display all of the medication that we all know have potential results towards coronavirus.” 

 


Uncertainty guidelines for a lot of Individuals hit by COVID-19 financial woes

A lot of the nearly 3.3 million Americans who filed for unemployment final week are nervous about paying payments, and what comes after the coronavirus pandemic is introduced beneath management.

Michelle Jarol, of Chicago, is generally centered on health. However today the 42-year-old mom of two is nervous about her household’s funds. The studio the place she works as a health teacher shut down final week. Her husband’s pay has been reduce, too.

“I am very scared,” she advised CBS Information correspondent Jericka Duncan. 

Click on here for Duncan’s full report on the pressure many Individuals are feeling beneath the COVID-19 shutdown. 

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Home anticipated to go huge coronavirus reduction package deal

The Home of Representatives is expected to approve a massive relief bill Friday to answer the financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The vote is predicted on the finish of every week that noticed a document variety of Individuals file unemployment claims because the U.S. topped China because the nation with probably the most confirmed COVID-19 circumstances.

The invoice is predicted to go with bipartisan help.

 


“Lovely and unhappy on the identical time”: Drone video reveals an eerily empty Paris

The streets of Paris are eerily empty. All of France has been beneath a strict lockdown since March 17, ordered by President Emmanuel Macron in a bid to curb the unfold of the coronavirus. On Friday the Paris police posted drone video on-line that completely captures the environment: the grand avenues and boulevards of the French capital fully abandoned.

The aerial video reveals iconic landmarks remoted — not a human being in sight, and virtually no site visitors. The Arc de Triomphe, often on the heart of scores of automobiles jostling for place, stands in solitary splendor; the Place de la Concorde is abandoned; and just some dozen autos are seen on the 1.2 miles of the Avenue des Champs-Elysées.

The police tweet introduced quite a few replies, together with one evaluating the empty streets to Paris beneath Nazi occupation in 1940. Others remarked on the magnificent pictures, and one summed up the scenes properly: “stunning and unhappy on the identical time.”

 


U.Okay.’s Boris Johnson is 1st world chief to verify constructive coronavirus take a look at

Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the U.Okay. has change into the first world leader to confirm he’s tested positive for the brand new coronavirus illness. 

In a tweet despatched Friday morning, Johnson stated in a video assertion that he had solely delicate signs and that he would proceed to guide Britain’s COVID-19 response whereas adopting the mandatory isolation measures.

Johnson stated he had “a temperature and a persistent cough. And on the recommendation of the chief medical officer, I’ve taken a take a look at that has come out constructive. So I’m working from residence, I am self isolating, and that is solely the suitable factor to do.”

“However be in little question that I can proceed, due to the wizardry of contemporary know-how, to speak with all my prime staff to guide the nationwide battle again towards coronavirus,” he stated.

 


NYC mayor says Tesla’s Elon Musk “donating lots of of ventilators to New York Metropolis and State”

New York Metropolis Mayor Invoice de Blasio stated early Friday that Tesla boss Elon Musk was “donating lots of of ventilators to New York Metropolis and State, together with our public hospitals.”

In a tweet, de Blasio stated Musk had made the pledge in a cellphone name Friday night, for which the mayor stated he was “deeply grateful. We want each ventilator we will get our arms on these subsequent few weeks to avoid wasting lives.”

New York is the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak within the U.S., with greater than 39,000 circumstances and at the least 457 deaths. Hospitals in hard-hit New York Metropolis have already been overwhelmed with sufferers, forcing the set-up of makeshift tent services outdoors some wards.

President Trump, nonetheless, stated Thursday that he did not imagine the state wanted the 30,000 ventilators Governor Andrew Cuomo has requested. 

 


Secure grocery purchasing ideas for a coronavirus-weary nation

Roughly half of Individuals are beneath stay-at-home orders as coronavirus circumstances climb, with officers urging the general public to exit just for groceries and different necessities. 

So how are you going to maintain your grocery journeys secure and environment friendly? Carolyn Cannuscio, director of analysis on the Middle for Public Well being Initiatives on the College of Pennsylvania, presents six tips for food shopping in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.  

 


R. Kelly cites coronavirus in in search of launch from jail pending trial

R&B singer R. Kelly cited the novel coronavirus in asking a federal judge Thursday to free him from a federal jail in Chicago as he awaits trial on baby pornography and different costs, a courtroom submitting by his legal professionals saying scant precautions to stem the unfold of the illness behind bars are placing Kelly’s life in danger.

Sanitizer and even cleaning soap are onerous to return by within the Metropolitan Correctional Middle, with most of its 700 inmates held in small, two-man cells that make the form of social distancing referred to as for to thwart the transmission of COVID-19 unattainable, the submitting in U.S. District Court docket in Chicago says.

Kelly, 53, faces several dozen counts of state and federal sexual misconduct charges in Illinois, Minnesota and New York, from sexual assault to heading a racketeering scheme aimed toward supplying him with women. The Grammy Award-winning singer has denied ever abusing anybody.

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Japanese PM blasted after spouse photographed partying beneath cherry blossoms

On the top of Japan’s cherry blossom season, as Tokyo residents have been being requested to surrender their cherished annual ceremony of picnicking beneath the cherry bushes, one other headache for Prime Minister Abe was a-bloomin’. A photograph on the NEWS Post Seven website confirmed spouse Akie Abe proper smack the place her fellow residents would like to be — partying with mates beneath a lush bower of pink blossoms.

In parliament right now, the prime minister was sharply questioned over the actions of Mrs. Abe, who, so as to add insult to damage, was described as having fun with a night with a mannequin, a pop star and different celebrities.

“This didn’t represent hanami in a public park, however a photograph snapped within the backyard of a restaurant,” the prime minister stated, arguing the exercise didn’t flout the no-hanami rule. 

“Do you actually really feel this conduct is acceptable,” an opposition member retorted, “when residents are being requested to train restraint?”

Whereas some on-line commentors sympathized with Mrs. Abe, many stated it appeared not solely tone-deaf, however that it undercut the federal government’s exhortations to keep away from poorly ventilated rooms. “Is not it safer to get together outdoor, at a park, than in an enclosed house like a restaurant?” one stated.

 


Trump says he spoke with China’s president concerning the pandemic

President Trump tweeted early Friday that he spoke with Chinese language President Xi Jinping concerning the coronavirus.

Mr. Trump wrote, “Simply completed an excellent dialog with President Xi of China. Mentioned in nice element the CoronaVirus that’s ravaging massive components of our Planet. China has been by a lot & has developed a robust understanding of the Virus. We’re working carefully collectively. A lot respect!”

Chinese language State TV stated Xi advised Mr. Trump that Beijing is prepared to work with all events on stopping the illness’s unfold, together with the U.S., based on the Reuters information service.

Mr. Trump has been criticized for referring to COVID-19 as “the Chinese language virus,” which some see as racist. When pressed by reporters on his use of the time period, he is countered by declaring that China is the place COVID-19 originated.

Relations between the 2 nations have been strained in latest months over quite a few points, together with the pandemic.

 


JetBlue to fly medical volunteers to New York without spending a dime

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo counseled JetBlue on Thursday for donating flights to medical volunteers heading to New York to assist fight the coronavirus pandemic. “So grateful for the assistance,” Cuomo stated in a tweet.

The airline advised CBS Information it “stays dedicated to assembly journey wants, a few of that are crucial.”

“JetBlue is at present working with lots of our group non-profit companions and authorities companies to assist get medical professionals and much-needed provides to the locations the place they’re wanted most,” the airline stated.

Cuomo stated Wednesday that more than 40,000 medical doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and different medical professionals have signed on to hitch a surge well being care drive to assist battle the outbreak. 

 


Trump questions New York’s want for 30,000 extra ventilators

Calling ventilators “very costly” and evaluating shopping for them to buying a automotive, President Trump has questioned New York’s need for 1000’s extra of the units to deal with a surge in coronavirus circumstances. 

“I do not imagine you want 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators,” Mr. Trump stated in an interview with Sean Hannity Thursday evening. 

“You realize, you go into main hospitals, typically they’re going to have two ventilators. And now abruptly they’re saying, ‘can we order 30,000 ventilators?'”

“Consider this, you recognize you go to hospitals which have one in a hospital and now abruptly everybody’s asking for these huge numbers,” Mr. Trump continued.

Mr. Trump additionally slammed the governors of Michigan and Washington, claiming they need to be doing extra for his or her states. He mocked Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s failed presidential bid and criticized Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer for “[sitting] there and [blaming] the federal authorities.”

 


Dr. Fauci calls Trump’s plan to reopen the nation by Easter an “aspirational projection”

The nation’s prime infectious illness physician on Thursday evening referred to as President Trump’s need to reopen the nation for enterprise by Easter “aspirational.”

“I feel what the president was making an attempt to do, he was making an aspirational projection to provide individuals some hope. However he is listening to us after we say we have got to reevaluate in actual time and any choice we have now to make needs to be primarily based on the info,” Fauci stated on CNN. 

He famous that with circumstances growing in areas like New York Metropolis and New Orleans, lifting the nationwide restrictions on companies wasn’t essentially the perfect plan to fight COVID-19, at the least not in every single place.

After issuing an earlier warning this week that Mr. Trump’s urged Easter timeline can be tempered by medical information and the unfold of the virus, Fauci advised Fox Information that the president was remaining “versatile” and listening to his coronavirus job drive.

Mr. Trump, in a briefing this week, stated whereas he wish to see life return to regular by Easter, “we’ll solely do it if it is good.” He stated the administration was “very in contact” with medical consultants and would observe “no matter they’d do.”   





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