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Yahoo PoliticsApr 01, 2020
Americans masking up against coronavirus — 'no harm to it,' Trump says
With the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 surging nationwide and health officials warning that, even in a best-case scenario, deaths from the disease could top 100,000 in the U.S., the government is reviewing its guidance on the use of face masks by the general population.

Huffington Post PoliticsApr 01, 2020
Florida Governor Issues Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Order
After mounting COVID-19 cases and public pressure, GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis finally took a step he previously said he was waiting for the White House to order.

PoliticoApr 01, 2020
Chinese county goes into coronavirus lockdown amid fear of second wave
Authorities order residents of Jia county to stay home after reports of cases linked to the area's hospital.

Trump Confronts a New Reality Before an Expected Wave of Coronavirus Disease and Death (New York Times Politics)

CNN PoliticsApr 01, 2020
Sailors from aircraft carrier hit by coronavirus outbreak to quarantine in Guam hotels
Some of the sailors from the USS Theodore Roosevelt will be quarantined in hotel rooms in Guam as the number of coronavirus cases aboard the aircraft carrier approaches 100, a deteriorating situation that led the shop's commanding officer to issue a stark warning to top Navy leadership about the need to get sailors off the ship.

Democracy NowMar 12, 2020
Lack of Paid Sick Leave Makes It Difficult for Many Workers to Comply with CDC Advice to Stay Home
As the number of coronavirus cases in the United States passes 1,300 cases with 38 deaths, more than 30 million workers lack access to paid sick leave. President Trump addressed the nation Wednesday night, saying he will expand sick leave as part of emergency response to the virus. But the same day, Republican senators blocked an attempt by Senate Democrats to quickly pass legislation requiring employers to grant paid sick leave. Meanwhile, Democrats in the House of Representatives will debate a package of bills Thursday to give workers 14 days of paid sick leave and up to three months of paid family and medical leave. Labor Department data says that one in four workers have no access to paid sick leave, including two-thirds of lowest earners. The U.S. is one of the only wealthy countries that does not require employers to offer its workers paid sick leave. We speak with Elise Gould, senior economist at the Economic Policy Institute; Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union; and economist Robert Pollin, co-director of the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
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