US needs to implement national lockdown to curb coronavirus spread, say experts: 'It's common sense'
US needs to implement national lockdown to curb coronavirus spread, say experts: 'It's common sense'

Considering multiple studies conducted on the highly contagious nature of the virus, many have begun questioning Trump on why a national lockdown has not been ordered yet

NY health executive fired for asking Trump supporters to not seek treatment for coronavirus as it's 'all a hoax'
NY health executive fired for asking Trump supporters to not seek treatment for coronavirus as it's 'all a hoax'

Laura Krolczyk, who worked as the vice president for external affairs at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center in Buffalo, was terminated for her comments on Facebook

Rikers Island prisoners offered $6 per hour, protective gear to dig mass graves amid coronavirus pandemic: Report
Rikers Island prisoners offered $6 per hour, protective gear to dig mass graves amid coronavirus pandemic: Report

A report put together by NYC Office of Chief Medical Examiner in 2008 identified the island as a potential resting place for a surge of bodies in the event of a pandemic

US forced to set up emergency hospitals to ease pressure on healthcare system buckling under coronavirus strain
US forced to set up emergency hospitals to ease pressure on healthcare system buckling under coronavirus strain

The US has the highest number of cases of coronavirus worldwide and is seeing its healthcare system increasingly stretched to the limit due to the pandemic

NY Governor Andrew Cuomo's 'pierced nipples' break the internet amid coronavirus crisis
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo's 'pierced nipples' break the internet amid coronavirus crisis

The social media kept on speculating whether the 62-year-old, who is fighting a battle against the pandemic, has a wild side as well

Zoom users 'zoombombed' with porn and racism as FBI launches investigation
Zoom users 'zoombombed' with porn and racism as FBI launches investigation

Several users took to social media to complain about suddenly seeing pornographic or racist images on the screens while using the video-conferencing app

Cher slams Trump for lying about theft of medical supplies as he 'can't bear not being the center of attention'
Cher slams Trump for lying about theft of medical supplies as he 'can't bear not being the center of attention'

During a press conference on Sunday the US president had insinuated that supplies like masks were being stolen as there was a sudden jump in their demand

Barron Trump is the first boy to call the White House home since JFK's son John Jr over half a century ago
Barron Trump is the first boy to call the White House home since JFK's son John Jr over half a century ago

Trump's predecessors Barack Obama, George W Bush, and Bill Clinton, were fathers only to girls, as were Lyndon B Johnson and Richard Nixon who came after Kennedy

Trump says son Barron 'not so unhappy' about missing school as he's remote learning from White House
Trump says son Barron 'not so unhappy' about missing school as he's remote learning from White House

POTUS praises his son's school for implementing distance learning amid coronavirus pandemic so that the 14-year-old could attend classes from home

Coronavirus: Navy ship Comfort, last stationed in NY after 9/11, docks in city to ease pressure on hospitals
Coronavirus: Navy ship Comfort, last stationed in NY after 9/11, docks in city to ease pressure on hospitals

But a large number of people gathered to watch the arrival of the ship ignoring coronavirus social distancing restrictions

Empire State Building lit up in red to honor coronavirus first responders, New Yorkers say it looks like Gotham
Empire State Building lit up in red to honor coronavirus first responders, New Yorkers say it looks like Gotham

The building lit up at 9 pm on March 28 and was accompanied by NYC's theme song 'Empire State of Mind' by Alicia Keys in a music-and-light show

Trump to send coronavirus aid worth $100M to Italy while medical supply shortages persist in the US
Trump to send coronavirus aid worth $100M to Italy while medical supply shortages persist in the US

A number of state governors have already pointed out the medical supply shortages prevailing back home although Trump feels there is excess, to help other countries

Can President Trump suspend constitutional rights of Americans due to coronavirus crisis? Experts say unlikely
Can President Trump suspend constitutional rights of Americans due to coronavirus crisis? Experts say unlikely

Department of Justice, last week, had reportedly asked Congress to formulate legislation allowing chief judges in the country to indefinitely hold people without trial

17 of family have coronavirus after attending funeral of relative who died from illness: 'This has destroyed us'
17 of family have coronavirus after attending funeral of relative who died from illness: 'This has destroyed us'

Within days of 86-year-old Sheila Brooks's service, her niece Susan Nelson, 65, died of the illness and 16 others from the family tested positive for Covid-19

Trump trolls Biden saying Cuomo would be a better 2020 candidate: 'I wouldn’t mind running against him'
Trump trolls Biden saying Cuomo would be a better 2020 candidate: 'I wouldn’t mind running against him'

Biden has criticized the Trump administration's response to the crisis in a series of virtual conferences and interviews across mainstream outlets

Gen Zers and Millennials can help us fight coronavirus despite bad rap for taking pandemic lightly, say experts
Gen Zers and Millennials can help us fight coronavirus despite bad rap for taking pandemic lightly, say experts

The interconnectedness among younger generations may be key to spreading critical information to help "flatten the curve," especially since they can easily exploit tech and social media abilities for the greater good

Evangelical Liberty University opens its doors to students amid coronavirus pandemic, gets slammed
Evangelical Liberty University opens its doors to students amid coronavirus pandemic, gets slammed

University president Jerry Falwell Jr. reportedly ignored health experts' advice and decided to reopen at the end of spring break

Single-use plastic bags make comeback after reusable bags are linked to coronavirus infection
Single-use plastic bags make comeback after reusable bags are linked to coronavirus infection

To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced that he was suspending the ten-cent tax on single-use plastic bags

Woman, 86, dies after stranger punches her in Brooklyn hospital for violating social distancing norms
Woman, 86, dies after stranger punches her in Brooklyn hospital for violating social distancing norms

Janie Marshall was brutally attacked by Cassandra Lundy, 32, who was waiting for psychiatric treatment

New York mafia crippled by coronavirus lockdown as illegal income worth millions is wiped out in 'historic' blow
New York mafia crippled by coronavirus lockdown as illegal income worth millions is wiped out in 'historic' blow

As per law enforcement sources, the shutdown of major sports in the face of the outbreak has caused losses worth tens of millions of dollars in illegal gambling income

Trump boasts his coronavirus briefings are as popular as 'The Bachelor', gets slammed
Trump boasts his coronavirus briefings are as popular as 'The Bachelor', gets slammed

'This is the most hurtful President of our time,' says actress Alyssa Milano

Coronavirus: Two pregnant NY women go undetected till after birth, expose more than 30 hospital staff to disease
Coronavirus: Two pregnant NY women go undetected till after birth, expose more than 30 hospital staff to disease

Data indicate that healthcare workers are a vulnerable population as it relates to viral transmission risk. This is undoubtedly due to their increased exposure to COVID-19 positive patients

Coronavirus pandemic: Upto 200,000 Americans could die and millions could be infected, warns Anthony Fauci
Coronavirus pandemic: Upto 200,000 Americans could die and millions could be infected, warns Anthony Fauci

The US is now leading the world in the number of confirmed cases. As of March 29, the new coronavirus has sickened more than 142,004 people and killed 2,489 people

Trump says 'that's enough', cuts off reporter questioning him over ventilators remark at coronavirus briefing
Trump says 'that's enough', cuts off reporter questioning him over ventilators remark at coronavirus briefing

The president was visibly upset when PBS journalist Yamiche Alcindor tried to ask direct questions at a coronavirus briefing

Coronavirus: PETA urges WHO to shut down live animal markets to prevent future pandemics
Coronavirus: PETA urges WHO to shut down live animal markets to prevent future pandemics

'No matter what species they are peddling, live-animal meat markets will continue to put the human population at risk as well as sentencing countless animals to a miserable death,' states the petition

Coronavirus kills 3rd NYPD member as more than 500 employees in the department test positive
Coronavirus kills 3rd NYPD member as more than 500 employees in the department test positive

NYPD has lost its first detective to coronavirus, while a custodian and civilian from the force also died after contracting COVID-19

Coronavirus: New York man locks son out of house after he parties with friends in Texas during spring break
Coronavirus: New York man locks son out of house after he parties with friends in Texas during spring break

He had reportedly filled his son's car trunk with groceries and put $300 in cash in an envelope on the front seat

Coronavirus: Employees slam FEMA for hiding details of its 7 positive cases, say it's risky for public health
Coronavirus: Employees slam FEMA for hiding details of its 7 positive cases, say it's risky for public health

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is currently leading the country's response to COVID-19

US federal inmate, who was serving time for a drug charge, becomes first prisoner to die of COVID-19
US federal inmate, who was serving time for a drug charge, becomes first prisoner to die of COVID-19

The inmate, Patrick Jones, was a 49-year-old man with long-term pre-existing conditions institutionalized at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Oakdale, Louisiana

Coronavirus: First infant death reported from Illinois, US as national death toll crosses 2,000
Coronavirus: First infant death reported from Illinois, US as national death toll crosses 2,000

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced the news of the infant's death on Saturday saying that a full investigation is underway to determine the cause

Coronavirus: CDC issues 14-day travel advisory for tri-state area after Trump backtracks on quarantine plan
Coronavirus: CDC issues 14-day travel advisory for tri-state area after Trump backtracks on quarantine plan

The CDC issued a travel advisory asking residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to to refrain from non-essential travel for 14 days

Coronavirus infections top 600,000 globally with new cases stacking up in US and Europe
Coronavirus infections top 600,000 globally with new cases stacking up in US and Europe

The latest landmark came only two days after the world passed half a million infections

Hillary Clinton flayed for America First jab at Trump as US leads in coronavirus cases: 'This isn't the time'
Hillary Clinton flayed for America First jab at Trump as US leads in coronavirus cases: 'This isn't the time'

The former Secretary of State tweeted: 'He did promise 'America First',' referring to Trump’s oft-used phrase

Trump says 'don't be a cutie pie' as reporter presses him on shortage of ventilators in US
Trump says 'don't be a cutie pie' as reporter presses him on shortage of ventilators in US

The question came at the White House briefing on Friday after Trump announced that the United States is ready to supply a large number of ventilators needed by its friends and allies in their fight against the coronavirus pandemic

Georgia's first coronavirus patient who lost his job while in quarantine says US overreacting to outbreak
Georgia's first coronavirus patient who lost his job while in quarantine says US overreacting to outbreak

Joey Camp, 30, contracted the virus in late February, however, he did not think much of it until his condition worsened

Coronavirus: Sister of NY nurse at hospital where staff forced to wear trash bags as gowns can't locate his body
Coronavirus: Sister of NY nurse at hospital where staff forced to wear trash bags as gowns can't locate his body

Kious Kelly, 48, passed away on March 24, at Mount Sinai West hospital, nearly a week after he was admitted after testing positive for coronavirus

Man claims Nancy Pelosi is part of 'satanic cult', threatens to kill her over coronavirus aid plan
Man claims Nancy Pelosi is part of 'satanic cult', threatens to kill her over coronavirus aid plan

27-year-old Gavin Weslee Blake Perry claimed that Pelosi was part of a satanic cult and that she should be killed along with other Democrats working with her, police said

NFL star Drew Brees and his wife donate $5 million to Louisiana amid coronavirus crisis: 'Let's do our part'
NFL star Drew Brees and his wife donate $5 million to Louisiana amid coronavirus crisis: 'Let's do our part'

The Brees family will be working with a few organizations and companies to provide 10,000 meals every day to children, families, and seniors

Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus as pandemic tightens its grip on the world
Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus as pandemic tightens its grip on the world

Downing Street said the British prime minister is self-isolating and continuing to lead the country's response to COVID-19

AOC attacks GOP over coronavirus stimulus bill as it does not grant cash to illegal immigrants
AOC attacks GOP over coronavirus stimulus bill as it does not grant cash to illegal immigrants

The firebrand socialist leader said it was 'inhumane' that the Republicans were refusing to fund hospitals and the unemployed without the Wall Street giveway

Coronavirus: US Military only has 'few thousand' hospital beds while study suggests New York alone could need 140k
Coronavirus: US Military only has 'few thousand' hospital beds while study suggests New York alone could need 140k

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said the US military is great at planning and logistics when it comes to supporting civilian authorities but has 'limited capacity' in terms of hospitals

US overtakes China, now has highest number of coronavirus cases in the world with over 85,000 infected
US overtakes China, now has highest number of coronavirus cases in the world with over 85,000 infected

The US passed China with more than 85,000 cases while Italy also exceeded 80,000, the three countries accounting for almost half of the world's infections from the new virus

NYPD sees first coronavirus death in ranks, deputy commissioner John Miller tests positive
NYPD sees first coronavirus death in ranks, deputy commissioner John Miller tests positive

The deadly virus has gripped NYPD like the rest of New York state even as Governor Andrew Cuomo sought help from all quarters

Trump claims China, Iran want Biden to defeat him in 2020 election as they 'dream' of negotiating better deals
Trump claims China, Iran want Biden to defeat him in 2020 election as they 'dream' of negotiating better deals

'They would love it. That’s their best dream in the world,' Trump said

Joe Biden is appearing on Jimmy Kimmel's minilogue as the popular show gets all set to be back on TV
Joe Biden is appearing on Jimmy Kimmel's minilogue as the popular show gets all set to be back on TV

Last week, Kimmel began uploading homemade 'quarantine minilogue' videos to the official YouTube channel

Pastor infected with coronavirus along with dozens of his church warns against taking 'medical threat' lightly
Pastor infected with coronavirus along with dozens of his church warns against taking 'medical threat' lightly

The pastor took to Facebook to write about the cases, telling his readers that he and his wife suffered from nausea, aches and fatigue

Coronavirus: New York doctors urge Cuomo to ban all tobacco products as smokers may be more vulnerable
Coronavirus: New York doctors urge Cuomo to ban all tobacco products as smokers may be more vulnerable

'Mounting evidence demonstrates the link between tobacco use and increased risk for progressive COVID-19'

New York Uber driver dies from coronavirus two weeks after he stopped taking rides fearing infection
New York Uber driver dies from coronavirus two weeks after he stopped taking rides fearing infection

Anil Subba, a Nepalese immigrant in his 40s, carried a sick passenger from JFK Airport to Westchester County in early March

'Healthy' New Jersey athlete, 25, in coma after lab lost his positive coronavirus test results delaying treatment
'Healthy' New Jersey athlete, 25, in coma after lab lost his positive coronavirus test results delaying treatment

Jack Allard's mother alleged that the delay set back her son's treatment by nearly five days

Americans are rushing to make their wills as deaths rise alarmingly with US set to become epicenter of outbreak
Americans are rushing to make their wills as deaths rise alarmingly with US set to become epicenter of outbreak

Certain will-making companies have registered a 143 percent uptake in their business as the death toll linked to Covid-19 rose to above 1,000 in the US

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