Fauci: You don't make the timeline, the virus does
Infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci explains to CNN's Chris Cuomo the reality of crafting a timeline to reopen parts of the country amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Ashish Jha, the director of the Global Health Institute at Harvard University, discusses the problem with reopening the economy: "The virus doesn't care if you're a Democrat or Republican. The virus is going to run rampant." Aired on 3/24/20.
#MSNBC #AllIn #ChrisHayes #Coronavirus Although gyms and exercise venues have closed to help stem the spread of the coronavirus, that doesn't mean you can't work out. Here's how you can stay fit during the pandemic. Jorge Sedano, Brian Windhorst and Matt Barnes play "Make or Miss," highlighting Trae Young's absurd handles and range in Atlanta Hawks vs. Miami Heat, Danuel House Jr. getting a technical foul for looking at the bench in Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors, the floor guy at the Chase Center barely getting out of the way on a fast break, and Joel Embiid's absurd Eurostep in Brooklyn Nets vs. Philadelphia 76ers. They then (2:16) recap the greatest Eurosteps in NBA history, featuring moves from Russell Westbrook, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Dwyane Wade. They finally (3:14) react to Nets guard Kyrie Irving being out for the season.
#TheJump #NBA #Sports It is 2017. The Kalaji family - originally from the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo - seek a new life in the United States with dreams of owning a house and car.
They leave their temporary home in Jordan, saying goodbye to beloved family, and move to Philadelphia, where they must adjust to life in a new land.
Upon their arrival, the Kalajis seem lucky: They are among the last refugees to make it into the US before Donald Trump's travel ban is implemented.
But their private victory over public policy is bittersweet, as they think of their family and the eldest daughter, Ju-Ju, who is pregnant and has remained behind.
When they realise they have only three months of financial aid from a refugee resettlement organisation, after which they need to be financially self-sufficient, another harsh reality sets in: They could be displaced and dispossessed all over again.
Meet the Syrians chronicles the Kalaji family's first 18 months as they discover both the joys and difficulties of refugee life in the US.