The administration has also directed regular deep cleaning of all work spaces. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Friday sought to defend administration efforts to guard Trump and Pence, pointing to new measures taken by the White House together with contact tracing and setting up all tips really useful for important employees.
He is "feeling fine" and has no symptoms, the statement added. The FDA and CDC have not disclosed the identity of the person who had tested positive and with whom the agency leaders came into contact. Nonetheless, officials said they were stepping up safety protocols for the complex. Miller is married to top Trump adviser Stephen Miller. "All of the recommended guidelines we have for businesses that have essential workers were now putting in place here in the White House, so as America ...
As many as 2,390 COVID-19 patients have recovered over the past 24 hours (5,308 yesterday) in Russian Federation, bringing the total number of cured people to 34,306. The toll is 78,469 in the U.S., 31,662 in Britain, 30,395 in Italy, 26,313 in France, and 26,299 in Spain. Italy still holds third place with 218,268 infections, 30,395 deaths, and 103,031 recoveries.
Also, Cuomo said his health department officials are investigating a potential serious side effect of COVID-19 that has sickened 73 children. Cuomo's office conducted data-driven surveys focusing on the 21 zip codes with the highest number of hospitalizations, and found that 20 of them had greater than average African-American or Latino populations.
It was recorded for broadcast on ABC's 20/20. One half of iconic German magic duo Siegfried & Roy , Horn tested positive for the virus in late April but was previously said to be "responding well to treatment". Roy gives a white tiger cub a kiss in 2008. "New Yorkers aren't too sophisticated for this". The big cat grabbed Roy by the neck during the act and dragged him offstage.
Eight Republican senators had voted for the Democrats introduced a Resolution and helped to establish her as a majority. It was passed by the House on March 11, shortly before Congress turned its full attention to responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.