Coronavirus leaves Americans facing unprecedented travel restrictions within US; 3 of 4 under orders to stay at home
Approximately 3 of every 4 Americans are now under orders to stay at home -- or will be soon -- as more states have imposed restrictions in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus amid a growing death toll nationwide, according to reports. Americans are also facing nearly unprecedented travel restrictions within the U.S.
Rep. Thomas Massie, the Republican Kentucky congressman who nearly derailed the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill last week, is defending his actions, telling Fox News, “I was just standing up for the Constitution." Massie's comments came as President Trump on Tuesday called for a $2 trillion infrastructure bill to serve as "Phase 4" of the federal government’s coronavirus response efforts.
With nearly 800,000 coronavirus cases worldwide, intelligence agencies in the U.S. reportedly are having difficulties determining the status of outbreaks in countries such as China, Russia and North Korea. This report comes as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in an interview on "Hannity" Monday, urged every country to be transparent and provide accurate information about their respective battles with coronavirus.
New York’s attorney general is calling for an investigation of Amazon after the online shopping giant fired an employee who staged a walkout over alleged poor working conditions in Staten Island after a co-worker tested positive for coronavirus.
And Ford Motor Company has announced plans to produce roughly 50,000 ventilators at one of its Michigan plants over the next 100 days to help offset any shortages and arm those on the front lines with equipment to fight COVID-19.
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And there were several other developments:
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