"We find out now that there was a CDC report that had much more comprehensive guidelines, and they buried it in the White House," said Pelosi.
By Jason Dearen, Mike Stobbe, Associated Press
A set of detailed documents created by the nation's top disease investigators meant to give step-by-step advice to local leaders deciding when and how to reopen public places such as mass transit, day care centers and restaurants during the still-raging…
By PBS NewsHour
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday closed all beaches in Orange County after thousands flocked to the coast amid the ongoing global pandemic. The move came as pressure has been mounting on officials to reopen some business in the state.
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
Actually, Trump is nowhere close in his prediction of providing 5 million tests a day, according to his own federal “testing czar.”…
By Jim Mustian, Tom Hays, Associated Press
Officers set out on foot, bicycles and cars to break up crowds and remind those enjoying the weather of public health restrictions requiring they keep 6 feet away from others.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Matthew Perrone, Jason Dearen, Nicky Forster, Associated Press
With no specific guidelines, states are left to figure out what a successful testing program should be while they simultaneously try to reopen their shattered economies.
By Mike Stobbe, Associated Press
A top health official says the U.S. government was slow to understand how much coronavirus was spreading from travelers from Europe, which helped drive the acceleration of outbreaks.
Democrats sent separate letters Wednesday to Vice President Mike Pence and the CDC urging the Trump administration to prioritize African American, Hispanic, Native and other marginalized communities who have been disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
By Helen Branswell, STAT
STAT News spoke with CDC Director Robert Redfield about COVID-19, the agency’s muted role, and how he sees the pandemic unfolding.
By Calvin Woodward, Hope Yen, Associated Press
As the stock market convulses, airline schedules buckle and businesses worry their overseas supply lines will snap, President Donald Trump is looking on the sunny side of an economy clouded by the coronavirus.
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