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 Convention Center to be used for virus patients
March 27, 2020

Convention Center to be used for virus patients

New Orleans is converting its convention center into a hospital that, once up and running, will be able to accommodate up to 3,000 coronavirus patients. (March 27)
House passes $2.2T rescue package amid vote drama
March 27, 2020

House passes $2.2T rescue package amid vote drama

The House rushed President Trump a $2.2 trillion rescue package, to aid the U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus. The measure passed by a voice vote despite an attempt by a Republican to force a roll call vote. (March 27)
Hospital ship Mercy arrives in Los Angeles
March 27, 2020

Hospital ship Mercy arrives in Los Angeles

The US Navy hospital ship Mercy arrived in the Los Angeles area Friday morning and could be ready as early as Saturday to provide care to non-coronavirus patients in order to ease the crush on hospitals. (March 27)
Boat sail maker pivots to masks to fight virus
March 27, 2020

Boat sail maker pivots to masks to fight virus

On the coast of Maine, Eric Baldwin and his staff usually spend their days selling, and repairing sails for boats. Now, they've turned their sewing machines to a new task: making masks for caregivers who need protection from coronavirus. (March 27)
Federal field hospitals sent to Louisiana
March 27, 2020

Federal field hospitals sent to Louisiana

President Donald Trump has agreed to set up federal field hospitals in Louisiana, where the number of known coronavirus cases jumped 28% in one day. (March 27)
AP Top Stories March 27
March 27, 2020

AP Top Stories March 27

Here's the latest for Friday March 27th: House ready to pass coronavirus aid package; US has most coronavirus cases worldwide; Federal help going to New Orleans; Space Force satellite launched.
Feds developing new guidelines for virus risk
March 26, 2020

Feds developing new guidelines for virus risk

The White House coronavirus response coordinator says the task force is concerned about certain counties in the Midwest that appear to be seeing a rapid increase in cases. (March 26)
US troops aid food giveaways during virus outbreak
March 26, 2020

US troops aid food giveaways during virus outbreak

Members of the Arizona National Guard are helping to meet the demand for food supplies in areas of the state most affected by COVID-19. More than 700 guard troops are now activated to help move goods at food banks and grocery stores. (March 26)
Restaurants struggle to adjust during Virus crisis
March 26, 2020

Restaurants struggle to adjust during Virus crisis

Many restauranteurs see no choice but to close during state-ordered shutdowns of in-room dining to help halt the spread of coronavirus. Some Houston kitchens are carrying on with carry-out food to help pay the bills.
Senate passes $2.2 trillion virus rescue package
March 26, 2020

Senate passes $2.2 trillion virus rescue package

The Senate late Wednesday passed an unparalleled $2.2 trillion economic rescue package steering aid to businesses, workers and health care systems engulfed by the coronavirus pandemic. (March 26)
Doctor: 'Nervous' about taking virus home to kids
March 26, 2020

Doctor: 'Nervous' about taking virus home to kids

A Texas doctor says he and other health care workers treating coronavirus patients are nervous about bringing the virus home to their families but know that people are depending on them during the health crisis. (March 26)
Trump: 'Certain people' want virus to hurt economy
March 25, 2020

Trump: 'Certain people' want virus to hurt economy

President Donald Trump reiterated Wednesday that "certain people" want the economy to suffer as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. "The media would like to see me do poorly in the election," he said during a White House briefing. (March 25)
Estonia won its war on fentanyl, then it got worse
March 26, 2020

Estonia won its war on fentanyl, then it got worse

Estonia won its war on fentanyl in 2017 after major police busts effectively cut off supply to the tiny nation. Overdose deaths plunged. But many users didn't return to heroin. Instead, they began injecting combinations of synthetic drugs. (March 26)
Liberty U. welcomes back students amid virus
March 25, 2020

Liberty U. welcomes back students amid virus

The mayor of Lynchburg, Virginia is calling Liberty University's decision to open their campus to students "reckless" in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. (March 25)
Senate leaders voice support for virus rescue bill
March 25, 2020

Senate leaders voice support for virus rescue bill

The White House and Senate leaders announced agreement Wednesday on an unparalleled, $2 trillion emergency bill to rush aid to businesses, workers and a health care system slammed by the coronavirus pandemic. (March 25)
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