White House prepared to deal with COVID cases as they rise: Farah
White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah discusses staffers in Vice President Mike Pence's office testing positive for COVID-19, the confirmation battle over Judge Amy Coney Barrett and Trump hitting nearly two dozen cities alone this week to campaign.
Dr. Kavita Patel, former Obama White House Health Policy Director, expresses her disbelief at how the White House is handling the outbreak of the virus there. She points out three things that need to be done: deep cleaning, reducing staff at the entire complex, and extensive contact tracing and continuous support. Aired on 10/07/2020 Every state has seen an increase in cases with the U.S. reporting the highest number of daily cases since July as the FDA authorizes possible antibody treatments. NBC News' Morgan Chesky speaks to health officials in El Paso, Texas, as a surge in coronavirus cases forces the city to increase its number of mobile morgues. These facilities are needed to deal with the rise of hospitalizations and deaths due to the virus. White House senior advisor Stephen Miller is the latest top aide to test positive, as President Trump continues to be treated for COVID-19. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the impact of the outbreak.