Inmates, Staff On Edge As COVID-19 Spreads Through Federal Prisons – North Country Public Radio

The Federal Reserve has moved quickly and creatively to pump money into the rapidly shrinking U.S. economy in hopes of keeping it afloat long enough to outlast the coronavirus pandemic.

The drug has not yet been proven to be an effective treatment for coronavirus.

Despite the pandemic, the state is forging ahead with its election on Tuesday. But many voters, poll workers and local officials are quite upset.

White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said Saturday that New York, Louisiana and Detroit remain the main hot spots but emerging are Colorado, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.

The prime minister tested positive for the coronavirus on March 27. He was admitted to a hospital Sunday as a “precautionary step,” his office said.

The 93-year-old monarch urged self-discipline and resolve amid the pandemic. “I hope in the years to come everyone will be able to take pride in how they responded to this challenge.”

United Nations Secretary-General Ant�nio Guterres said that reported cases had doubled in some countries “as the economic and social pressures and fear have grown.”

In a press conference on Sunday, the governor stressed the importance of working together, both in-state and nationally. “Nobody can do this alone,” he said. “Nobody.”

Cases of COVID-19 have appeared throughout the country, but certain areas have been hit harder than others. Find out how many cases and deaths have been reported in each state.

As hospitals warn of shortages, President Trump claims without offering evidence that he’s hearing from administrators who are pleased with the current levels of supplies.

The Chicago-area store is open for business after passing “necessary inspections,” the company said. Walmart did not disclose the workers’ names or further details.

Nearly 2,700 passengers aboard the Ruby Princess left the ship freely, though some were experiencing flu-like symptoms.

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