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The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday new emergency protocols allowing allowing the plasma of those who’ve recovered from the novel coronavirus to treat patients who are critically ill with COVID-19. Why it matters: The number of coronavirus infections in the U.S. had risen to almost 54,900 and the death toll to 783 by Tuesday night.
Many churches, synagogues and mosques have closed for the first time, but some cannot resist group prayer despite risks.
Islamic Republic alleges French medical charity MSF staff would serve as ‘spies’ if deployed on the ground in Iran.
The legislation, which will send direct payments and jobless benefits to individuals, is the biggest economic stimulus package in modern American history.
President Donald Trump said Monday he was delaying the Oct. 1, 2020, deadline for Americans to get a Real ID to travel, as part of an effort to limit people’s exposure to the coronavirus.
Late last week, as Hong Kong reported a spike of new coronavirus cases, Sean Brown was alarmed to see a group of foreign families board a local bus without wearing the surgical masks worn by nearly everyone else in the city.