CNN 26 Mar 2020

Sanders rips GOP senators over objections to stimulus package


CNN's Anderson Cooper spoke to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) before the Senate approved the stimulus package, about his opinion on Republican senators who say provisions in the bill would incentivize unemployment.

Speaking on the Senate floor, Sen. Bernie Sanders bemoaned a group of GOP senators threatening to delay the passage of the third coronavirus stimulus bill. One of those senators, Sen. Ben Sasse, responded after Sen. Sanders concluded.
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Isolate, test and trace.
That's the urgent message from the World Health organization to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Many countries have imposed mass lockdowns, and ordered people to stay home.
However, few - such as South Korea and Singapore - have implemented widespread testing.
Many European countries and the U.S. are limiting tests for only the most critical of cases, as testing kits are in short supply.
So how can we overcome challeges to widespread testing?

Presenter: Bernard Smith


Arisina Ma - President of the Hong Kong Public Doctors' Association.

Yik Ying Teo - Dean at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore.

Ingrid Katz - Assistant Faculty Director of the Global Health Institute at Harvard University.

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