The Drastic Differences Between The U.S. And Europe's Covid Responses
The United States and Europe have approached the second wave of the coronavirus in profoundly different ways. And for the first time in months, new infection rates in Europe appear to be falling. NBC News Senior International Correspondent Keir Simmons, and NBC News Correspondent Cal Perry join Katy Tur to discuss. Aired on 11/19/2020.
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✔️ A pan-European team of European researchers is working against the clock to develop a new SMART bio-sensor to detect and ultimately stop COVID-19. The president and his opponent Joe Biden have been campaigning across the map in the final days of the election season, with Biden holding a lead in most polls as coronavirus cases continue to rise. Trump has continued to have huge rallies right up until the finish line, though a new USA Today poll finds that 60% of Americans disapprove of Trump holding massive gatherings during a pandemic. The Trump campaign canceled a previously scheduled Election Night party at his Washington D.C. hotel. "A degree of trust needs to be rebuilt" between the UK and EU, as Brexit negotiations on their future relationship near their endgame. That's according to Paolo Gentiloni, the EU's Commissioner for Economy and a former Italian prime minister. He tells FRANCE 24 why he believes a Brexit deal is still possible and how the EU is preparing in case of a "No Deal" scenario on January 1, 2021.