MLB commissioner Rob Manfred on baseball's response to coronavirus pandemic
Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred joins SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt to discuss how the league has been forced to adapt due to the coronavirus pandemic. Manfred touches on a host of subjects, including (0:20) how the MLB will determine when to begin the 2020 season, (7:18) the impact of a shortened season on the economics of the sport, (10:38) the best and worst case scenarios for the league schedule, (12:37) baseball's role in helping the country heal from tragedy, and (14:23) an update on the sign-stealing investigations into the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox.
Anthony Fauci said that the U.S. is "failing" at testing for the coronavirus. The Dow shows turmoil on wall street at the open following President Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Robert Quigley, senior vice president of the travel risk company International SOS and MedAire, talked to CGTN's Elaine Reyes on how the travel industry is reacting to the coronavirus. The House Oversight Committee held a hearing today on the federal response to coronavirus. But the testimony was cut short because President Trump summoned the witnesses an "emergency meeting." One of the members of the committee, Rep. Katie Porter, weighs in.