The First Day At A Georgia Mall After The Reopening – North Country Public Radio

Patrick Swanson / April 30,2020

The First Day At A Georgia Mall After The Reopening – North Country Public Radio

On this broadcast of The National Conversation, three essential workers share their experiences working through the pandemic. We’ll also answer your questions about graduations and new treatments.

The authorization, announced by President Trump, comes days after preliminary results from a study of the drug showed it can help patients recover faster.

Of more than 3.2 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally, more than a million people have recovered — including some 154,000 in the U.S.

Dr. Fauci’s testimony had been requested by the House Appropriations Committee as part of an investigation into the the COVID-19 response. The White House called the request “counter-productive.”

North Korean media, cited by South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, said he attended a ceremony marking the completion of a fertilizer plant in a town just north of the capital, Pyongyang.

Emerging data suggest that though people altered their habits during the first month of America’s response to the pandemic, that cooperation has since leveled off and — eventually — decreased.

State leaders implemented sweeping measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Many are now deciding when and how to lift various restrictions.

Workers at Amazon, Target and other companies walked off the job on Friday to demand safer working conditions and transparency about how many front-line workers have gotten sick during the pandemic.

Kayleigh McEnany, Trump’s fourth press secretary, took her first turn behind the lectern in the cramped confines of the James S. Brady briefing room Friday.

For the first time, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee has personally responded to an allegation of sexual assault from a former Senate staffer.

A simple medical device has suddenly become a hot pic. Here’s what doctors have to say about the pulse oximeter’s possible role at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As hundreds of demonstrators, some armed, amassed Thursday, Republican lawmakers declined to extend a state of emergency, instead voting to sue Gov. Gretchen Whitmer over her response to COVID-19.

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