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Fauci fires back at Sen. Paul: You're not listening to the CDC director
Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) after the senator accuses him of contributing to an economic lockdown due to Fauci's coronavirus mitigation recommendations. #Fauci #CNN #News
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What Trump supporter told his daughter before dying from virus
The daughter of a Trump supporter who died from coronavirus tells CNN's Don Lemon what she talked about with her father right before he went to the hospital. #CNN #News
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US surpasses 200,000 coronavirus deaths
The US has surpassed 200,000 coronavirus deaths, accounting for roughly one fifth of all Covid-19-related fatalities recorded worldwide. #CNN #News
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Ex-task force member in new video: Trump only cares about reelection
A former top aide to Vice President Mike Pence assailed President Donald Trump's response to the pandemic in a new video adding to the growing list of former Trump administration officials who have criticized the President and, in several cases, endorsed his Democratic opponent Joe Biden. Olivia Troye, who was a homeland security adviser to Pence and his lead staffer on the White House's Coronavirus Task Force, charged in the two-minute video that Trump failed to protect the American public because he only cared about himself and getting reelected. Troye's criticism is particularly striking because of her role working on the coronavirus task force, which Pence leads. "We knew that there were going to be increasing cases, we knew that people were going to die," said Troye, who left the White House in late July. "But the President didn't want to hear that, because his biggest concern was that we were in an election year, and how was this going to affect what he considered to be his record of success?" A White House official said Troye "never once expressed any concern about the administration's handling and routinely claimed she 'just wanted to do right by the VP and POTUS.'" "This is yet another example of someone who had proximity to power, yet didn't use their voice to speak up at horrors they allegedly witnessed. The president would never say any such thing," the official said. At one coronavirus task force meeting, Troye claimed that Trump suggested "maybe this Covid thing is a good thing." #TheLead #CNN #News
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Vaccine could be ready for approval in October, CEO says
Ugur Sahin, CEO and co-founder of BioNTech, tells CNN's Fred Pleitgen that the US-German cooperation of Pfizer and BioNTech could have a Covid-19 vaccine ready for regulatory approval by the middle of October. #CNN #News
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White House warns Iowa could see dire rise in Covid-19 cases
CNN's Nick Watt reports on the spike in Covid-19 cases at colleges in 36 states and the FDA suggesting a coronavirus vaccine could be approved before their trials are over. #CNN #News
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Here's a look at the latest Covid-19 numbers in the US
CNN's John King breaks down the newest coronavirus case counts in the US. #CNN #News
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Tributes for Chadwick Boseman pour in from friends and co-stars
Chadwick Boseman, who died after a battle with colon cancer, was someone who on the big screen brought to life heroes like Jackie Robinson and Thurgood Marshall and fictional ones, like the Black Panther. CNN's Stephanie Elam, also a fellow Howard University alum, takes a look back at Boseman's illustrious legacy. Meanwhile Dr. Richina Bicette examines health disparities relating to race and how colorectal cancers disproportionately affect African Americans at earlier ages. #CNN #News
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Woman's story from hospital bed brings Anderson Cooper to tears
CNN's Randi Kaye talks to a woman who may lose her hands as one of the side effects due to having coronavirus. #CNN #News
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Doctors baffled by Covid-19 'long hauler' patients
For some patients diagnosed with coronavirus, the symptoms can linger on for months. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta spoke with some of the so-called "long haulers" who are living a nightmare that has medical experts scratching their heads. #CNN #News
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Chelsea Clinton fights misinformation on vaccine safety
While some families in the US are concerned about the potential effects of taking a vaccine, others are exploiting fears by spreading misinformation online. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen speaks with vaccine advocate Chelsea Clinton about the battle for facts. #CNN #News
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Dr. Sanjay Gupta shares his concerns on Russia Covid-19 vaccine
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss their interview with Russia Direct Investment Fund CEO Kirill Dmitriev following Russian President Vladimir Putin's announcement about the approval of a coronavirus vaccine amid unanswered questions over its safety. #CNN #News
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Putin says Russia has approved 'world first' Covid-19 vaccine
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the approval of a coronavirus vaccine for use on Tuesday, claiming it as a "world first," amid continued concern and unanswered questions over its safety and effectiveness. #CNNI #News
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He thought Covid-19 was like the flu. Later, his organs failed
21-year-old Spencer Rollyson had a mild case of Covid-19 but ended up in the intensive care unit with organ failure. He tells CNN's Erin Burnett that he initially thought coronavirus was like the flu. #Covid #CNN #News
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Doctor explains why you don't want to be in his ICU bed
Dr. Brad Spellberg discusses the issues that arise when hospitals have to add ICU beds, and urges caution in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. #CNN #News
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Student suspended after posting photo of crowded hallway
Georgia high school student Hannah Watters says she was suspended after posting a photo of a crowded hallway at her school. Watters told CNN's Laura Coates that she took the photo "out of concern" amid the coronavirus pandemic. #CNN #News
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See governor's message to critics after testing positive for Covid-19
Gov. Mike DeWine (R-OH) announced that he has tested positive for coronavirus. The announcement came shortly before DeWine, a Republican, was scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump in Cleveland. DeWine was tested as part of the "standard protocol" to greet Trump on the tarmac at Burke Lakefront Airport, the governor's office said in a statement. He is returning to Columbus, where he and his wife Fran will both be tested. DeWine tweeted Thursday that he's not experiencing symptoms at this time. "As part of the standard protocol to greet President Trump on the tarmac in Cleveland, I took a COVID test. I tested positive. I have no symptoms at this time. I'm following protocol and will quarantine at home for the next 14 days," he wrote. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted was also tested for coronavirus Thursday ahead of Trump's visit and tested negative, DeWine's office said. Landing in Cleveland shortly after the news broke, Trump wished DeWine well in light of his diagnosis and told the crowd gathered at the airport that DeWine is a "great guy" who has "done a fantastic job." "We want to wish him the best, he'll be fine," Trump said. #Dewine #CNN #News
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'Reckless and irresponsible': Doctor reacts to DeSantis' PPE claim
In an interview with CNN's Brianna Keilar, Dr. Adrian Burrowes said it is reckless and irresponsible for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to say it is safe to hug with PPE on during the coronavirus pandemic. #Covid #CNN #News
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Georgia teacher resigns over concerns with back-to-school plan
CNN's Chris Cuomo talks to Ashley Newman, a Georgia teacher who resigned after her county decided to go back to school despite high coronavirus case numbers. #CNN #News
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Trump falsely claims kids 'almost immune' from coronavirus
President Trump argued that children should return to US schools because they’re “almost” or “virtually immune” from the coronavirus. Even though children are less susceptible to the virus, they can still transmit it to others in their household or within their communities. Trump said he would get media criticism for using the term “totally immune,” adding, “but the fact is that they are virtually immune from this problem.” Later, Facebook said it had removed a post from President Donald Trump's page for containing false claims about Covid-19. The post was the video of the interview the President gave to Fox News. "This video includes false claims that a group of people is immune from Covid-19 which is a violation of our policies around harmful Covid misinformation," Facebook spokesperson Andy Stone said in a statement. Stone added the specific comments that had run afoul of Facebook's rules were Trump's false claims about children being almost immune to the virus. The same clip appears to have also been posted to Twitter by the Trump campaign, which was then shared from the President's main account. #Trump #CNN #News
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Second grader tests positive for Covid-19 on first day of school
A Georgia second grader tested positive for Covid-19 after attending the first day of school, the school district told CNN. Sixes Elementary in the Cherokee County School district began in-person classes on Monday. But by Tuesday, a classroom was temporarily closed for deep cleaning and the teacher and 20 other students had been asked to quarantine for two weeks after the second grader tested positive. Meanwhile, several students in the Corinth School District in Mississippi have been infected with Covid-19 a little over a week after in-person classes resumed. Taylor Coombs, spokesperson for the Corinth School District, told CNN that six students and one staff member tested positive for the coronavirus. According to Coombs, 116 students that have been considered in "close contact" of a positive case have been sent home to quarantine for 14 days. The student population in the district is 2700. #CNN #News
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US coronavirus testing is a debacle. Here's how to fix it
Why is coronavirus testing in the US still a debacle? CNN spoke to more than 20 testing experts including state health officials, testing labs, test suppliers, hospitals and industry insiders, and the overwhelming consensus is that a federal plan is needed to help fix it. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
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Teacher: Voting for Trump may have signed my death warrant
Nancy Shively, an Oklahoma teacher, voted for Trump in 2016. Now, amid a heated debate on reopening schools and watching his response to the pandemic, she says she fears for her life. #CNN #News
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John King breaks down latest Covid-19 US trends
CNN's John King breaks down the latest trends in US Covid-19 cases, where 12 states are seeing an upward trend, but 11 are now trending down. #CNN #News
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'So unsettling': Mother on experience at back-to-school open house
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is arguing against a federal plan for reopening schools amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying that "there's not a national superintendent, nor should there be." Amber and Zack Davies talk about their concerns as they prepare to send their two sons back to school in Jefferson, Georgia. #CNN #News
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