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More than six months into the pandemic, parts of Europe and the U.S. are still failing the basics of fighting COVID-19.
"As an emergency physician, I'm often asked about the coronavirus. When I was exposed and my tests kept coming back negative, even I wasn't sure what to think."
During a hearing on Capitol Hill, Dr. Anthony Fauci said he was “cautiously optimistic” about a coronavirus vaccine.
Kayleigh McEnany is just the latest White House press secretary to twist the truth for their boss.
While President Donald Trump insisted his wasn’t kidding when he said he wanted less testing so coronavirus cases would go down, his staff thought otherwise.
During a visit to a medical supply distributor, President Donald Trump ranted that if there was no coronavirus testing, there would be fewer cases of the virus.
President Donald Trump claims that there is “nobody close to us in the world” when it comes to COVID-19 testing. But the CNN anchor says we’re not even close.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany claimed it was “nonsensical” that every American needs to be tested for the coronavirus in order to reopen businesses.
Weeks after Jared Kushner was appointed to the coronavirus task force, the president’s son-in-law is nowhere to be seen.
Trump has all kinds of excuses for his failures, including attacking his predecessor for not making a test for a disease that wouldn’t come to pass for three years