According to NBC, Trump will stay at his own suite on the south side of the the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Inside, the president will have access to his own ICU and secure conference room. The White House chief of staff will also have an office space at the medical center, and Trump’s doctor will get his own sleeping quarters. … [Read more...] about Trump Flown to Hospital, Given Experimental COVID-19 Drug
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In the hours leading up to the president’s announcement of a new coronavirus testing initiative last week in the Rose Garden, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were left in the dark about the initiative’s actual details. Earlier in the day, Vice President Mike Pence and Adm. Brett Giroir, the administration's coronavirus testing czar, had hosted a call with the nation’s governors, during which they said the federal government planned to send states batches of Abbot BinaxNOW point-of-care tests, free of charge, with the hope that they use them for the reopening of schools. … [Read more...] about ‘It’s Just F*ck-Up After F*ck-up’—Trump’s COVID Advisers at Their Breaking Point
“The moderator will use the balance of the time in the segment for deeper discussion on the issues,” Eyre said. “As always, the moderators alone will select the questions to be asked and those questions are not known to the candidates, the campaigns, or the commission. The moderators will have the ability to extend each segment, focusing on equal time for the candidates.” … [Read more...] about No handshakes between Biden and Trump at first debate
62% of all people have adopted some type of healthy lifestyle change since the onset of the pandemic. That percentage jumps to 78% among 18- to 34-year-olds 34% report eating more healthy foods, with 87% of those expecting to continue this habit in the long term 68% of people are paying more attention to risk factors for health concerns including chronic diseases, mental health issues and lung health; 77% of 18- to 34-year-olds reported doing so One-in-four of all Americans (26%) say they are more likely to get a flu vaccine this year compared to 2019. Among 18- to 34-year-olds, the percentage was higher at 35% “In a time when we need to be able to focus in on keeping ourselves as healthy as we can, we must not skip preventive visits to our healthcare providers. When we miss early signs of disease, we allow it to grow into a serious or even life-threatening illnesses,” said Kristin Englund, M.D., an infectious disease physician at Cleveland Clinic. “Our clinics … [Read more...] about Survey Reveals Positive Long-term Effects Of COVID-19 Pandemic
Voters may be tempted to tune in en masse for that finale. But it’s more likely that the ratings will decline from last night’s. With the exceptions of the Proud Boys and other white supremacists whom Trump empowered to commit violence, who is the audience that wants to return for another temper tantrum by the toddler-in-chief? A gaggle of undecided voters rounded up on cable news last night was so dumbstruck by what they’d seen that the overwhelming majority kept their hands in their laps when asked to pick a favorite candidate. I found myself identifying with James Carville, who on CNN said, “I’m basically paid to watch it, and it was a struggle to get through 90 minutes of it.” … [Read more...] about Frank Rich: Should the First Presidential Debate Also Be the Last?