But Trump last week branded CDC guidelines on school reopenings " very tough and expensive ", and he and DeVos threatened to withhold federal funding from schools that refuse to fully reopen. "We're the size of five Pentagons - you would need another five Pentagons of space to be able to safely accommodate all of the students", Scott Braband said on " State of the Union ".
All firefighters from the San Diego department were accounted for by 11:19 a.m., but it was unclear whether the fire had been extinguished. "18 Sailors have been transferred to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries", Naval Surface Forces wrote on Twitter on Sunday afternoon, adding "The entire crew is off the ship and all are accounted".
Fauci a lot, but Dr. Fauci is not 100 percent right, and he also doesn't necessarily, he admits that, have the whole national interest in mind", Admiral Brett Giroir told NBC's 'Meet the Press'. So you're successful, ' Fauci said, referring to Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov Andrew Cuomo. "I banned Europe from coming in when Italy and when France and when Spain were having all the problems".
Germany and Belgium, who insist two crossings are critical especially with the first COVID-19 cases being reported in Syria's northwest, circulated a new text that would extend the mandate through the Bab al-Hawa crossing into Idlib for a year and the mandate for the Bab al-Salam crossing - which Russian Federation wants to eliminate - for three months to wind up its activities.
In the missing complaint, his daughter stated: "Four, five hours ago, my father left the house after saying words that sounded like his last will but his phone is off". The family claim "Unfounded and malicious postings are spreading on social media". Late Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon left behind an apologetic will before his death.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vowed on Friday that the "resurrection" of the ancient Hagia Sophia church in Istanbul as a mosque bodes well for the "liberation" of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Bishop Hilarion, who heads the Russian Orthodox Church's department for external church relations, described it as "a blow to global Christianity".