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Patients who depend on Chloroquine are worried about access. The FDA has not approved these drugs for treatment of the virus, but doctors are allowed to prescribe them.
Economics and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have criticized President Trump for his plan to open the country in time for Easter. Mr. Trump’s own top medical experts, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, have warned against arbitrary deadlines for resuming normal activities.
Wednesday night, the Senate unanimously approved a historic $2 trillion relief bill meant to ease the economic impact of the coronavirus. The stimulus package offers hundreds of billions of dollars to big companies and small businesses, along with cash payments to many Americans.
UNMC infectious diseases division chief Dr. Mark Rupp on what response he wants to see from the White House coronavirus task force.
Over half of all U.S. states have ordered nonessential businesses to close, putting millions more at risk of being laid off or not working enough hours to survive.
Dr. David Agus says that current social distancing efforts are working, and claims the country will be prepared for any future outbreaks. He talks about how efforts to flatten the coronavirus curve are set to benefit the country in the long term.
Congressman Michael McCall discusses expectations for the timeframe when stimulus checks will be in the hands of American workers and businesses.
Dr. Mehmet Oz weighs in on where we stand on combating the coronavirus on ‘Fox & Friends.’
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said he doesn’t believe the House should attempt to pass the Senate’s $2 trillion coronaviruses stimulus package via unanimous consent, arguing that it should be debated and members should be on the record with their votes.