COVID-19, diplomacy and disruptive leaders: What can they teach us? Because some of the major disruptions have been furthered by adversarial leaders such as Xi Jinping, Kim Jong UnKim Jong UnHiroshima, Nagasaki, and the new nuclear danger Kim: North Korea's nuclear weapons will prevent war The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Rep. Angie Craig says we need an equitable distribution plan for an eventual vaccine that reaches all communities; Moderna vaccine enters phase 3 trial in US today MORE, Vladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich PutinThe tragedy of Trump's foreign policy Steele's dossier: 'Clown show' or the greatest Russian coup? US 'deeply troubled' by escalating conflict in Libya MORE — and, according to some, even President Trump — questions about the long-term, downstream effects of such leadership and diplomacy have tended to focus more upon these leaders and their strategic views and personalities, and less upon structural changes in diplomacy which have, de facto, … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Coronavirus Report: Rep. Rodney Davis says most important thing White House can do on COVID-19 is give consistent messaging; US new cases surpass 50k for first time
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The next day, the governor's statement was brought into question. Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said in a Tuesday press briefing California hasn't received full counts on the number of tests conducted for days, nor the number that came back positive for COVID-19. In other words, the state doesn't have a clear idea of whether cases are going up or down. … [Read more...] about Data glitch: Up to one-third of cases not counted in Sonoma Co.
The July jobs report is likely to cap off another week of limited progress in negotiations over a follow-up to the record $2.2 trillion CARES Act signed by Trump in late March. That measure provided a $600 boost to weekly unemployment benefits, stimulus checks to most U.S. households, a moratorium on foreclosures and evictions, and hundreds of billions in emergency loans to businesses. … [Read more...] about Jobs report poised to light fire under COVID-19 talks
In the last 24 hrs, 100 cases were reported out of 1,574 test results. New cases range from 8 mo-101 yrs with 42 being the median age. Positive tests range from July 10-Aug 5. Twelve (12) hospitalizations & 3 deaths were also reported pic.twitter.com/VWIq2suC9a … [Read more...] about Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 100 More Coronavirus Cases, 3 Additional Deaths, As Countywide Cases Grow To Over 8,600
State Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said in a news release, “As the state has put in place targeted mitigation efforts to offset recent case increases, we must renew our commitment to protecting against COVID-19 by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and following the requirements set forth in the orders for bars and restaurants, gatherings and telework. Pennsylvania has been a model for the country on how to reopen effectively using a careful, measured approach. However, we know the virus has not gone away as we see cases rise, so we must work together to stop another surge.” … [Read more...] about Pa. Health Dept. Announces 807 New Coronavirus Cases As Statewide Total Grows To 116,512