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Trump faces fallout from dangerous comments about consuming disinfectants to treat coronavirus

The White House is scrambling to mitigate President Trump’s suggestion that injecting or consuming something that should not be consumed or injected under any circumstances. Chris Hayes points out this is part of a pattern in which Trump looks for … Continue reading

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Detroit Police Chief James after recovering from COVID-19 says he ‘feels like a million dollars’

Detroit Police Chief James Craig, who tested positive for COVID-19 in March, is now symptom free and says he feels like “a million dollars.” He also spoke about what it’s like to be a police officer in Detroit during coronavirus … Continue reading

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Welker on the White House’s plan to reopen the economy: ‘What’s missing from this are the details’

The White House released a plan to reopen the economy today, but Kristen Welker says it’s missing some important details, “What’s missing from this are the details, the meat and potatoes, how you actually get this done.” Read more Read … Continue reading

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Trump’s remarks from downplaying to blame shifting

The Recount looks at the president's public remarks on the coronavirus starting in January as the number of confirmed cases began rising. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Death toll in NY from coronavirus eclipses 10,000

As New York State edges closer to 200,000 cases of the coronavirus, the state is now recording over 10,000 deaths. The panel discusses. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Emergency nurse travels from Utah to NYC to help care for Covid-19 patients

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city needs 45,000 more medical care workers by the end of April to help overrun hospitals and overwhelmed staff. Lynne Hewett, an emergency room nurse from Utah who also volunteered in … Continue reading

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Why Blood From Coronavirus Survivors Could Be a Lifeline for the Sick

A growing number of hospitals are investigating antibody testing and blood plasma therapy as a way to combat the new coronavirus in sick patients. WSJ’s Daniela Hernandez explains. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live … Continue reading

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Dying Alone From Coronavirus: A Family’s Last Goodbye

Keiko Neutz, 87, died of Covid-19 in March. Her family wasn’t able to be by her side, so they said goodbye through a series of video chats. Photos: Neutz family Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live Video

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How systemic inequality leads to more people of color dying from coronavirus

Dr. Ebony Hilton with the University of Virgina joins to discuss the reasons behind the disproportionate COVID-19 deaths happening among people of color in America. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Opinion: The Bernie Sanders Campaign Is Far From Over

Potomac Watch: Bernie Sanders may have given up on the Democratic Presidential nomination but is determined to make Joe Biden unelectable. Image: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live Video

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