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  • In shadow of coronavirus, Congress contemplates 'one of the biggest rule changes in the last century'
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    In shadow of coronavirus, Congress contemplates 'one of the biggest rule changes in the last century'

    As the House of Representatives prepares to pass a historic $2 trillion coronavirus relief package, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi faces a bigger challenge: figuring out a way for 435 members to cast votes in the time of social distancing. The pandemic has left multiple members of Congress in quarantine and led to restrictions on movement that could prevent the House from voting. While House leadership has indicated they hope to pass the initial coronavirus aid bill quickly using a voice vote, the likely need for further relief and other legislation has led Pelosi to consider new procedures, including measures for remote voting that a report from the House Rules Committee described as “one of the biggest rule changes in the last century.”

  • Florida man whose 'game changer' coronavirus treatment was touted by Trump is a believer, but warns: Don't try this at home
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    Florida man whose 'game changer' coronavirus treatment was touted by Trump is a believer, but warns: Don't try this at home

    It's been less than a week since Rio Giardinieri claimed his coronavirus was cured overnight by an antimalarial drug touted by President Trump and by Fox News, and he has no complaints. “Man, I'm alive and kickin',” Giardinieri told Yahoo News over the phone on Wednesday. The story of Giardinieri's remarkable recovery, which was first reported Monday by a local Fox affiliate in Los Angeles, quickly became the subject of national news — and speculation — after it was picked up by the New York Post and tweeted by Trump, who hailed the news as a “great early result” from the drug, which has yet to be approved as a treatment for the coronavirus.

  • A Connecticut doctor has been charged after authorities said he deliberately coughed on his coworkers
    Business Insider

    A Connecticut doctor has been charged after authorities said he deliberately coughed on his coworkers

    A Connecticut doctor was arrested on suspicion of coughing and hugging two co-workers in spite of social distancing measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. Cory Edgar, 48, was charged with a breach of peace misdemeanor, according to local news outlets. A doctor at the University of Connecticut Health Center was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor for coughing and hugging coworkers, local news outlets reported.

  • Coronavirus outbreak diverts Navy aircraft carrier to Guam, all 5,000 aboard to be tested
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    Coronavirus outbreak diverts Navy aircraft carrier to Guam, all 5,000 aboard to be tested

    Other officials said the number of infected sailors has risen sharply — from initial reports of three to "dozens" as of Thursday. "Our medical team aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt is performing testing for the crew consistent with CDC guidelines, and we are working to increase the rate of testing as much as possible," said the Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. Mike Gilday. Priority will be given to those showing symptoms or who had been in close contact with sailors who have tested positive already, as well as to essential crew members.

  • China threatens to strike back after Taiwan deal
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    China threatens to strike back after Taiwan deal

    China has denounced a U.S. act that increases American support for Taiwan internationally.

  • Italy, Spain suffer record virus deaths as British PM tests positive
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    Italy, Spain suffer record virus deaths as British PM tests positive

    Italy on Friday recorded the most daily deaths of any country since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and Spain had its deadliest day, as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson became the first major world leader to test positive. Italy reported 969 new deaths, Spain 769 and France 299 as Europe reeled from a crisis that led the United States on Friday to finalise an unprecedented $2 trillion stimulus package. In other grim milestones, AFP tallies showed more than 26,000 deaths worldwide, and a total of 300,000 cases now recorded in Europe, after the United States overtook China as the country with the most infections.

  • Japan's Abe vows unprecedented stimulus, Tokyo virus cases rise by daily record
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    Japan's Abe vows unprecedented stimulus, Tokyo virus cases rise by daily record

    Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday promised a massive unprecedented package of steps to cushion the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, saying the country was close to a national emergency as infections surged in Tokyo. Abe told a country that is seeing a rising number of deaths and cases from the outbreak that the "huge, powerful" measures would be greater than the response to the global financial crisis of 2008. "Japan is holding up barely, but it would not be strange if there were a rapid spread (of the virus) at any time," Abe told a nationally televised news conference, though he held back from declaring a state of emergency.

  • Chinese State Media Falsely Claim U.S. Army Athlete Brought Coronavirus to China
    National Review

    Chinese State Media Falsely Claim U.S. Army Athlete Brought Coronavirus to China

    Chinese state-run media are citing an American conspiracy theorist to push claims that coronavirus was brought to China by a U.S. military athlete. The Global Times claimed in an article Wednesday that the coronavirus, which was first discovered in Wuhan, was in fact manufactured in a U.S. military lab and brought to China by a cyclist who took part in the World Military Games in Wuhan in October. The CCP-run paper cites known U.S. conspiracy theorist George Webb as the source for the claim, which it admits lacks “strong evidence” but still raises questions about the U.S. athletes who traveled to Wuhan.

  • American Airlines flight attendant dies of coronavirus, elevating fears in the industry
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    American Airlines flight attendant dies of coronavirus, elevating fears in the industry

    Paul Frishkorn, a Philadelphia-based American Airlines flight attendant and union representative, died Monday from coronavirus, the airline confirmed Thursday. "Earlier this week, we lost a respected, longtime member of the American Airlines family, who tested positive for COVID-19," a statement from American Airlines released Thursday read. Lori Bassani, president of the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, which represents 27,000 flight attendants at American Airlines, said in a statement, "It is with deep sadness we report that one of our own … has passed away from Covid-19."

  • Bloomberg

    After Bailing Out Euro Area, Lagarde Tackles Merkel on Debt

    The European Central Bank president reiterated her appeal for joint debt issuance on a video conference with EU leaders on Thursday, saying the bloc is facing a crisis of “epic” dimensions because of the viral outbreak, according to officials familiar with the discussion. While German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed with the bleak assessment of the situation, she resisted calls for mutualizing debt, warning against unrealistic expectations, according to the officials.

  • Opinion: Trump isn't alone in worrying about closing churches during the pandemic
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    Opinion: Trump isn't alone in worrying about closing churches during the pandemic

    For some, the president's suggestion about an Easter reopening was a subset of his seeming over-eagerness to revive the economy by easing social distancing and other restrictions introduced to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, a North Carolina pastor and activist, thundered: “It is the height of hypocrisy for Trump to suggest that Easter is a time to defy public health recommendations and 'reopen' America.”

  • A Wuhan seafood vendor believed to be one of the first coronavirus patients says 'a lot fewer people would have died' if the Chinese government acted sooner
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    A Wuhan seafood vendor believed to be one of the first coronavirus patients says 'a lot fewer people would have died' if the Chinese government acted sooner

    STR/AFP via Getty Images Wei Guixian, a 57-year-old seafood vendor in Wuhan, China, was among the first 27 people to be diagnosed with the coronavirus, which originated from the wet market where she worked. Wei first began exhibiting coronavirus symptoms on December 10 and was admitted to the hospital less than a week later, with doctors describing her illness as "very serious" and "ruthless." Other vendors from the same market began to check into the hospital soon after.

  • Man Charged With Making Death Threats to Nancy Pelosi in Coronavirus Rant
    The New York Times

    Man Charged With Making Death Threats to Nancy Pelosi in Coronavirus Rant

    Prosecutors said that Perry wrote, “If youre a dem or apart of the establishment in the democrats side I view you as a criminal and a terrorist and I advise everyone to Go SOS and use live rounds. The post, which used an abbreviation for “shoot on sight,” included a screenshot of what appeared to be two tweets by Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, the Democratic leader. One, by Schumer himself, was critical of President Donald Trump's handling of the health emergency.

  • Water shutoffs in sharp focus amid coronavirus outbreak
    Associated Press

    Water shutoffs in sharp focus amid coronavirus outbreak

    The advice is simple and universal: Washing your hands with soap and water is one of the most effective ways to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The Rev. Roslyn Bouier remembers when children began to show up at the Brightmoor Connection Food Pantry on Detroit's northwest side, clutching empty pitchers. Through the end of 2019, the city has recorded about 127,500 total service cutoffs, according to the water department, though that figure includes households where the water was turned off repeatedly.

  • Dour Moscow mayor сomes to fore as 'PM for coronavirus'
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    Dour Moscow mayor сomes to fore as 'PM for coronavirus'

    At a televised meeting with Vladimir Putin, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin flatly told the President that official figures on COVID-19 cases were far from the reality. That's because people are staying home sick and because there has not been enough testing, he said Tuesday, so "no one knows the real picture". After that reality check, the official narrative changed swiftly: Putin, who had called the situation "under control", on Wednesday gave a grim-faced address to the nation.

  • South Korean coronavirus test kit makers win U.S. FDA pre-approval
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    South Korean coronavirus test kit makers win U.S. FDA pre-approval

    Three Korean coronavirus test-kit makers have won preliminary approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), paving the way for kits to be exported to the United States to help it battle the largest outbreak of the virus in the world. South Korea's foreign ministry said that winning the preliminary approval under emergency use authorization will allow the products to be sold in the United States. Earlier this week, U.S. President Donald Trump asked his Korean counterpart to supply the medical devices and promised to help Korean firms gain U.S. regulator approval.

  • Now That Canada Is Rationing Masks, Trudeau Faces Backlash for Donating Medical Supplies to China
    National Review

    Now That Canada Is Rationing Masks, Trudeau Faces Backlash for Donating Medical Supplies to China

    Canada's Official Opposition Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer took aim at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for shipping tons of medical supplies to China in February, calling the move “outrageous” with current concerns that Canada is running short on supplies amid its own fight against coronavirus. Drs. across the country are facing urgent shortages of critical supplies.

  • Fact check: Did Gates Foundation fund, does Pirbright Institute own coronavirus patent?
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    Fact check: Did Gates Foundation fund, does Pirbright Institute own coronavirus patent?

    The claim: Research groups funded by Bill Gates engineered and patented the novel coronavirus and will profit from any future vaccine Multiple posts on Facebook claim a research institute funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation owns the patent on the coronavirus causing the current pandemic. The posts echo a Jan. 29 article published on the website Humans Are Free that claims a British research institute has a patent of the virus. The article also asserts that the institute is funded by billionaire Bill Gates and the CDC also retains a patent to the virus's genome.

  • Coronavirus checks, direct deposits are coming. Here's everything you need to know.
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    Coronavirus checks, direct deposits are coming. Here's everything you need to know.

    As the coronavirus crisis ravages the U.S. economy, millions of Americans are urgently awaiting financial help from Congress in the form of direct cash payments. Congressional leaders and President Donald Trump announced a bipartisan deal Wednesday on a massive $2 trillion emergency economic package that includes direct cash payments to people across the country to help them through the crisis. If you made less than $75,000 in 2019, you will be eligible for the full payment of $1,200.

  • A 90-year-old woman in Washington state recovered from the coronavirus, and she credits family, God, and potato soup
    INSIDER

    A 90-year-old woman in Washington state recovered from the coronavirus, and she credits family, God, and potato soup

    The Family of Geneva Wood Geneva Wood had a stroke in December that left her recovering in a Washington state nursing home. Last month, Life Care Center at Kirkland went on lockdown after several of its residents were diagnosed with the new coronavirus. Wood, who was one of them, was hospitalized and declined ventilation.

  • Amazon warehouse workers are worried for their safety as supplies of hand sanitizer and wipes run low
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    Amazon warehouse workers are worried for their safety as supplies of hand sanitizer and wipes run low

    Amazon warehouse workers say they're running low or completely out of hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes. 2 Amazon warehouse workers, one in the US and another in the UK, corroborated the report to Business Insider. As Amazon struggles to keep up with the dramatic increase in deliveries due to the coronavirus pandemic, its warehouse workers are on the front lines.

  • Trump Says He Told Pence to Ignore Governors in Hard-Hit Areas If They Are ‘Not Appreciative’
    The Daily Beast

    Trump Says He Told Pence to Ignore Governors in Hard-Hit Areas If They Are ‘Not Appreciative’

    Shortly after the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic reached 1,500 on Friday, President Donald Trump took to the podium at a White House press briefing and complained that certain state's governors  are not “appreciative” enough of the federal government's help—so much so that he said he'd told Vice President Mike Pence, the leader of the coronavirus task force, to skip calling governors of some hard-hit areas. Trump singled out the Democratic leaders of Washington and Michigan, noting that he had advised Pence not to call them as the healthcare crisis plagues their states and people fall sick and die. “He calls all the governors,” Trump said.

  • Pedestrian bridge falls onto Detroit freeway after collision
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    Pedestrian bridge falls onto Detroit freeway after collision

    A truck collided with a pedestrian bridge early Friday in Detroit, sending a portion of the span onto a freeway and blocking traffic along part of the heavily traveled thoroughfare, authorities said. No one was injured in the collapse onto westbound Interstate 94, Lt. Mike Shaw, a Michigan State Police spokesman, said in an email. The freeway in both directions was closed after the collapse, which was caused by a truck apparently carrying a large load hitting the bridge at some point after 5 a.m, said Diane Cross, a spokeswoman for the Michigan Department of Transportation.

  • Asia virus latest: People return to China epicentre, security talks off
    AFP

    Asia virus latest: People return to China epicentre, security talks off

    Here are the latest developments from Asia related to the novel coronavirus pandemic: - Wuhan eases travel rules - Wuhan, the central Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged last year, partly reopened on Saturday after more than two months of near total isolation for its population of 11 million. People are now allowed to enter the city but not leave. AFP saw crowds of passengers arriving at Wuhan railway station on Saturday, most wheeling suitcases alongside them.

  • Russia confirms coronavirus case in Putin's administration, tightens curbs
    Reuters

    Russia confirms coronavirus case in Putin's administration, tightens curbs

    The Kremlin confirmed a coronavirus case in President Vladimir Putin's administration on Friday and the government said measures imposed in Moscow to fight the virus should be extended across Russia. The Kremlin said it was taking measures to stop the virus spreading further after a staff member in the presidential administration contracted the virus. It said the person had not come into contact with Putin, but declined to identify them.