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Coronavirus updates: California OKs outdoor haircuts; teachers sue Florida governor; Trump to bring back daily briefings

Pressure to create a coronavirus vaccine is increasing by the day, but for a safe vaccine to enter the market, it takes time. USA TODAY President Donald Trump says he plans to resume his daily coro…

Coronavirus live updates: Quest reportedly warns it won’t be able to meet testing demand in the fall

European Union leaders reached a breakthrough agreement for $2 trillion in fiscal stimulus after four days of negotiations. U.S. lawmakers, similarly, are back on Capitol Hill this week and will be seeking to pass another virus relief bill, just as extended benefits are set to expire. President Donald Trump said he will resume his daily Covid-19 briefings, possibly as soon…

Coronavirus live updates: Trump calls Fauci ‘a little bit of an alarmist,’ UK firm claims treatment ‘breakthrough’

The coronavirus continues to spread to new communities across the U.S. as lawmakers ready another stimulus bill. The White House is reportedly trying to block billions of dollars from crucial parts of the U.S. virus response, such as contact tracing, testing and investing in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Several states continue to…

Coronavirus updates: L.A. ‘on the brink’ of reclosing; Jack Nicklaus has antibodies; Colorado governor calls national testing ‘disgrace’

The WHO and over 200 medical experts agree with new research that shows COVID-19 could be carried by cough droplets and travel up 26 feet. USA TODAY Congress plans to reconvene Monday to discuss th…

Coronavirus updates: 16 states break records for new cases in one week, one-day global record also reported; ERs becoming flooded in US

The WHO and over 200 medical experts agree with new research that shows COVID-19 could be carried by cough droplets and travel up 26 feet. USA TODAY Worldwide coronavirus infections and deaths cont…

Coronavirus live updates: 19 states set single-day case records this week

The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 600,000 people worldwide. Over 14.2 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be…

Coronavirus updates: Global fatalities pass 600,000; virus on track to become a leading cause of worldwide deaths

CLOSE The WHO and over 200 medical experts agree with new research that shows COVID-19 could be carried by cough droplets and travel up 26 feet. USA TODAYThe world hit yet another grim milestone on Saturday in its fight against the coronavirus pandemic as the global death tally surpassed 600,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.Of the 188…

Coronavirus updates: Nevada in ‘red zone’; Georgia governor sues Atlanta over face mask mandate; Washington state limits gatherings

CLOSE At least half of all states have paused reopening or taken new measures to combat growing COVID-19 case numbers. USA TODAYA day after Georgia's governor extended coronavirus restrictions, Gov. Brian Kemp filed a lawsuit against the Atlanta City Council and the mayor to block the city from enforcing its face mask mandate."This lawsuit is on behalf…

Coronavirus updates: Russia accused of trying to steal vaccine research; Georgia bans mask mandates despite surge

A new report suggests that wearing a cloth mask doesn't just protect others from COVID-19, it can protect you as well. USA TODAY The U.S., Britain and Canada accused Russia on Thursday of trying to…

Coronavirus updates: CDC chief says masks could halt outbreak in 4-6 weeks; Calif. updates testing rules; vaccine candidate shows promise

CLOSE When people ask how to protect themselves against the spread of COVID-19, one of the first suggestions from doctors is washing your hands. Here are the do's and don'ts. USA TODAYThe coronavirus outbreak surging across the nation could be controlled in 4-6 weeks if people were disciplined about wearing masks, the director of the…

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Chad Wolf, acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, hit back at a press conference in DHS headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday against media reports that the Trump administrati…

Trump Raises $20 Million in First-Ever Virtual Fundraiser

President Donald Trump raised an eye-popping $20 million on Tuesday night in his first-ever virtual fundraiser, from a total of more than 300,000 individual donors who participated. This is a great …

ACLU: Constitution Requires Illegal Aliens Count Toward Congressional Apportionment

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), as well as other migration lobbying organizations, claims it is “unconstitutional” not to count illegal aliens when apportioning congressional representatio…

US House poised to vote on reversing Trump’s Muslim ban

The United States House of Representatives is set to vote on Wednesday on legislation reversing President Donald Trump's controversial ban on immigration from Muslim countries. The bill, called the …
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