President Trump said that he was with the supporters who demonstrated against the strict coronavirus restrictions.
The study states that people exposed to pollution have a higher risk of dying due to the novel coronavirus.
Fauci and other experts had concluded as early as Feb. 21 that aggressive mitigation measures were needed to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
The tweet was part of a flurry of messages Trump shared Sunday in which he tried to call out the ‘fake news’ being spread by certain media outlets.
Trump said he fully understood Biden's point of view presented to him during the phone call.
The report had surveyed 324 random hospitals between March 23 and March 27.
The man decided to hike through the mountains to cross over to the neighboring country and buy cheap cigarettes.
In addition to announcing the news about dispersing ventilators, Trump also spoke positively about the nation's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said that the situation was going to get worse in the coming week.
As of 31st March 2020, around 180 countries confirmed a coronavirus outbreak in their territories.
Residents reported shaking in the region as a huge earthquake of magnitude 6.5 struck the state of Idaho Tuesday evening.
Over 190 cases of severe weather have been reported in several parts of Central U.S. over the past 24 hrs.
The state currently has the third-highest number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. and is already facing staffing issues in hospitals.
The residents feared that the neighbors, who had come from out of state, may have the coronavirus and should be quarantined.
Speaking at CNN's 'State of the Union' Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticized Trump for his poor response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hospitals in New York will now attempt to save the lives of two coronavirus patients with the help of a single ventilator.
Trump said he might nix the term if China continues to protest against the use of the term which taints their nation.
Nurses at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital claimed that they were not given access to PPE to treat patients suspected of having coronavirus.
The resolution has been criticized by various lawmakers alleging that it could put the Asian Americans in the country at risk.
As of March 24, a total number of 39 coronavirus positive cases have been confirmed amongst homeless New Yorkers.