Trump: CDC to issue church opening guidelines soon

President Donald Trump is pushing the CDC to issue guidelines for opening churches during the coronavirus pandemic. Trump says churches are important to the American “psyche,” and warns of damage if they are not reopened. (May 21)

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CDC releases edited coronavirus reopening guidance

U.S. health officials on Thursday released some of their long-delayed guidance that schools, businesses and other organizations can use as states reopen from coronavirus shutdowns. (May 14)

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Pelosi: White House ‘buried’ CDC guidelines

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says the US should have federal standards in place to guide reopening safely. Her comments come after the AP found the Trump administration shelved a CDC guide to help local authorities as they try to reopen. (May 7)

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Trump admin buries CDC reopening guidelines

The Trump administration shelved a document created by the nation’s top disease investigators with step-by-step advice to local authorities on how and when to reopen restaurants and other public places during the still-raging coronavirus outbreak. (7 May)

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Here’s the latest for Thursday May 7th: UN says poor countries need more coronavirus aid; CDC official says administration blocked reopening guidelines; Ag. Sec. Purdue says meat shortages to end soon; Wildfires in NW Florida.

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday May 6th: Former CDC Chief says expect 100K virus deaths by month’s end; Ginsburg argues ‘Obamacare’ case from hospital; Daily subway cleaning shutdown could last months; Dancers unite in virtual ballet for charity.

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Former CDC Chief: 100K virus deaths by month’s end

The former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Congress Wednesday the world is still in the beginning stages of the coronavirus pandemic, which he said could go on for “many months and possibly many years.” (May 6)

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Thongs vs. Scuba Gear: A Doctor Reviews DIY Coronavirus Face Masks

With the CDC recommending people wear masks in public amidst a shortage of medical masks for healthcare works, American are starting to get creative. People have found a way to make just about anything into a mask. Take a jockstrap or an orange peel, and make it fashion.

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New CDC guidelines to help restaurants reopen

Draft guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention aims to help businesses such as restaurants re-open. Larry Lynch of the National Restaurant Association says restaurants already practice many of the guidelines. (April 28)

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Trump: Coronavirus ‘can never’ come back like this

President Donald Trump says there is a “good chance” that the coronavirus will not return this fall, as some experts have predicted. Trump was looking to clarify statements made by the CDC Director, Dr. Robert Redfield.(April 22)

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Some black men fear profiling while wearing masks

The CDC advises Americans to cover their faces to slow the spread of COVID-19. But for some black men, covering their faces in public raises concerns of being racially profiled as a criminal or gang member. (April 14)

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CDC issuing new guidelines for essential workers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has new guidance for essential workers as it takes a small step toward reopening the country. (April 8)

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Face Masks And Other Supplies To Donate To Hospitals During Coronavirus

Lots of hospitals are in desperate need of personal protective equipment right now, which has sparked a “sew down the curve” movement. But can hospitals even use homemade masks? And if you can’t sew, are there other things you can do instead?

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Meet the International Team Mapping the Real-Time Spread of COVID-19

Think of it like Wikipedia, but an open database — curated by volunteers — that instead tracks and maps the real-time spread of COVID-19 around the world.

Since the onset of what has become the COVID-19 pandemic, an international team of over 20 researchers has been aggregating information and developing publicly available datasets to help people study the outbreak as it evolves.

Many of the researchers part of the Open COVID-19 Data Curation Group first connected in 2015 while working on a similar project during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. But the scale of COVID-19 has already made this latest effort a much larger task.

“We didn’t necessarily anticipate in early January that this was going to become a pandemic,” says Samuel Scarpino, an assistant professor at Northeastern University’s Network Science Institute, who is a member of the collaboration. “It really is being operated now like the large scale project it has become”

The goals of the project are to make this raw data open to the public to inform how this outbreak began, give a real-time look at how the situation is changing, how it is unfolding both locally and globally and what is working to stem the spread.

The information is being widely used by an array of individuals and organizations including the CDC, European CDC, and WHO.

The project is collaboratively led by Moritz Kramer of the University of Oxford, and David Pigott of the University of Washington in Seattle.

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What It’s Like To Travel During The Coronavirus Outbreak

As COVID-19 spreads worldwide, more precautions are being taken by governments to keep people safe as they travel. Business Insider’s senior retail correspondent Kate Taylor has been traveling around Asia for the past month and a half. She shares what she has seen in airports and on planes, and what steps you can take to protect yourself. Be sure to check the CDC website for all warnings before traveling.

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Meet Trump’s CDC Director Who Has a History of Controversial Health Decisions

You might have seen him lurking behind Vice President press while he’s delivering an update on the administration’s efforts to contain the coronavirus. Or looking on as President Trump touts his own medical know-how during what’s meant to be an update on the administration’s efforts to contain the coronavirus.

He’s Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And while Trump’s approach to the epidemic to date seems to involve minimizing the issue, Redfield oversees the federal agency tasked with actually responding to it. So who is he?

Redfield is no stranger to epidemics, seeing as he’s a virologist. When he was announced as the CDC director in 2018, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar cited his pioneering contributions to advancing our understanding of HIV/AIDS.

But some of those contributions have been controversial.

As the U.S. Army’s chief AIDS researcher in the 1980s, Redfield supported mandatory HIV screening for the military, which kept recruits from serving if they tested positive, and led to several active duty troops being segregated — a practice Redfield defended at the time as necessary to control the AIDS epidemic.

In 1992, the Defense Department investigated Redfield after he was accused of overselling the effects of an experimental HIV vaccine he oversaw. Though no evidence of misconduct was found, the vaccine ended up failing.

That same investigation criticized Redford for having an inappropriately close relationship with a non-profit founded by evangelical Christians, which worked to contain the HIV/AIDS outbreak by advocating for abstinence before marriage, rather than passing out condoms — a view he says he’s since changed.

When it comes to the U.S. response to the coronavirus, the CDC is playing catch up. And Redfield is one of the key people who’s going to be answering for it. The agency shipped its first test kits to state labs in February, a month after the world learned of the outbreak in China. But some of those kits were flawed, thanks to a contaminated reagent, leaving labs with inconclusive results.

As of March 9, the CDC and state health labs had conducted more than 8-and-a-half thousand tests, resulting in 423 confirmed cases. Compare that to the UK, which has a similar number of confirmed cases — 319 — but has managed to test nearly 25,000 people.

Those numbers are already out of date, but whatever they are by the time you read this, it’s likely that Trump will be seeking to downplay them.

That shouldn’t matter to the director of the CDC, whose first concern should be the health of Americans, not the health of his boss’s ego. So it’s not exactly inspiring when, on Trump’s visit to the CDC, Redfield said the most important thing he wanted to say … was a thank you to Trump, for visiting the CDC.

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CDC: Not ‘if’ but ‘when’ coronavirus spreads in US

Health officials are delivering mixed messages about the likelihood of a serious coronavirus outbreak within the U.S. The CDC’s Anne Schuchat says it’s not a matter of “if” but “when,” while HHS Secretary Alex Azar says the virus is contained. (Feb. 25)

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CDC offers glimpse into new virus response center

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offered a glimpse Thursday into its Emergency Operations Center in Atlanta, where employees are tasked with responding to the new virus at the center of a global outbreak. (Feb. 13)

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CDC: Our strategy for Coronavirus is containment

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says their main strategy for handling Coronavirus in the United States is “containment.” (Feb. 11)

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US evacuation flight from China’s coronavirus zone lands in California | AFP

A US charter flight that left Wuhan on Wednesday with 210 Americans on board — including consulate staff — lands at March Air Reserve Base in California. Passengers were screened and monitored before arriving at the base, says the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), adding that they will be evaluated on landing and then monitored again for symptoms. IMAGES

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CDC: New virus’s risk for U.S. public remains low

A Chicago woman has become the second U.S. patient diagnosed with the dangerous new virus from China, health officials announced Friday. And The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the risk to the U.S. public remains low. (Jan. 24)

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US airports screen passengers for China virus

The Coronvirus outbreak in China has the CDC on alert. They have set-up screenings at three U.S. airports including San Francisco, JFK in New York and LAX. (Jan 18)

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CDC explains airport screening plans for virus

A top official at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spelled out plans to screen airline passengers arriving from central China for a new virus that has killed two people and sicked dozens of others. (Jan. 17)

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Here’s the latest for Friday, January 17th: Trump names impeachment defense team; Jury selected for Weinstein’s trial; CDC will screen airline passengers for new virus; Owners bring pets to be blessed at Madrid church.

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