Sen. Coons: “The longer it takes for these funds to get out to individuals, to workers, to families … the less confident they’re going to be that we’re going to have their back as we face this pandemic as a nation.”

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#NATO solidarity in action: TurkeyTR sending a cargo plane with medical supplies to ItalyIT & SpainES today to support our joint fight against #COVID19 . Proud to see NATO Allies supporting each other through our disaster relief center. #StrongerTogether 

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BREAKING: COVID-19 cases in the Philippines now at 2,311. 227 new cases, 8 new deaths (total 96), 1 new recovery (total 50). Story to follow:

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Tamil Nadu: Huge traffic jam witnessed at Padi flyover in Chennai due to checking at a police checkpoint in wake of #CoronavirusLockdown .

Taiwan is donating 10 million face masks to U.S., Europe

As the number of coronavirus deaths continues to surge in the U.S., officials warn the disease could kill between 100,000 and 240,000 Americans. Worldwide, more than 860,000 people have been infected and over 42,000 have died.

President Trump announced in mid-March that the federal government would partner with private companies to set up drive-thru coronavirus testing sites. But his celebrated announcement hasn't come close to being fulfilled.

RUUS Following phone talk between Presidents#Putin  & @realDonaldTrump  #Russia  sends largest cargo aircraft An-124 Ruslan ✈️ with 😷 medical supplies (masks + equipment) to #US  to help fight #COVID19  pandemic, save lives of American citizens. 🤝 The plane is en route #RussiaHelpsHelps 

Chairman says the U.S. should expect countermeasures from China if it further restricts the tech giant’s access to suppliers

'They enter the country if they are able to do so.' Housing and Communities Secretary @RobertJenrick  says most people arriving in the UK from coronavirus hotspots like New York and Italy would not be tested.

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