U.S. marks another record single-day spike in COVID-19 cases with 63,200 on Thursday. One health expert predicts 250,000 Americans could die from the pandemic by 2021. Houston hospitals say ICUs are so overwhelmed that virus patients are left waiting in the ERs. As the nation sees resurgence of cases, COVID-19 testing isn't happening as quickly as people want. Plus, the White House presses the FDA to authorize hydroxychloroquine, again.
- The New York Times - David E. Sanger, Eric Schmitt and Ronen Bergman
As Iran’s center for advanced nuclear centrifuges lies in charred ruins after an explosion, apparently engineered by Israel, the long-simmering conflict between the United States and Tehran appears to
- Reuters - Stephanie Nebehay
GENEVA (Reuters) - A two-member advance team of World Health Organization (WHO) experts has left for China to organise an investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus behind a pandemic that
The World Health Organization launches independent review of the global response to COVID-19 while also stating that airborne virus transmission is possible. Dr. Anthony Fauci calls on states with severe outbreaks to "seriously look at shutting down." The director of the Centers for Disease Control won't revise school guidance despite President Trump's push. Plus, the tragic loss of a coronavirus patient's final words.