MSNBC 17 Mar 2020

U.S. Braces For COVID-19 Induced Social Isolation That Could Last Into Summer - Day That Was


Americans are being asked to drastically curtail any activities that could increase the spread of coronavirus, and stay home not only from school and work, but also the gym, church, or any gatherings of more than 10 people. During Monday's coronavirus press briefing, President Donald Trump said the outbreak could affect American life until "July, August, something like that." Meanwhile, questions about the supply of tests and respiratory equipment remain. Aired on 03/16/2020.

Dr. Amesh Adalja of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security discusses what makes the antibody test different and more complex than the diagnostic test for COVID-19. Aired on 04/14/2020.
Healthcare workers are risking their lives every day caring for COVID-19 patients, but some are facing threats of deportation. NBC News spoke with two N.Y. doctors that shared concerns over losing their temporary work visas.
CNN's Chris Cuomo started his show by talking about testing positive for Covid-19 and revealing his biggest fear about having the coronavirus.

Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide have received news that they or a loved one has tested positive for COVID-19, including Margie Warrell whose husband tested positive for the virus. She explains how she's taking a calming approach to the situation and shares advice to others who are in the same shoes.

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