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CDC Director Distances From Trump, Says Relationship With WHO Has Been 'Productive'

Dr. Robert Redfield addressed the president's decision to withdraw funding from the World Health Organization on Wednesday.

'Increasing confidence' China blamed coronavirus on wet market to deflect from Wuhan lab escape: Report

There is "increasing confidence" that China blamed a wet market in Wuhan to deflect how the novel coronavirus originated in a nearby government laboratory, according to a new report.

WHO suggests access to alcohol 'should be restricted' in Europe during coronavirus lockdown

The World Health Organization is asking European government officials to restrict citizens’ access to alcohol during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Trump claims NYC inflating its coronavirus death toll

President Trump on Wednesday surmised that New York City was inflating its COVID-19 death toll after health officials released new data that added 3,700 victims who were believed to have had the vi

Calling All Patriots: Who Do You Blame Most For The Allegedly Slow Coronavirus Response?

Blame for the allegedly slow coronavirus response has been levelled at Donald Trump, the WHO, China and the media. So, who is really to blame?

Testing Falls Woefully Short as Trump Seeks an End to Stay-at-Home Orders

Flawed tests, scarce supplies and limited access to screening have hurt the U.S.’s ability to monitor Covid-19, governors and health officials warn.

The Coronavirus Outbreak

Everything you need to know about coronavirus, including the latest news, how it is impacting our lives, and how to prepare and protect yourself.

Urged On by Conservatives and His Own Advisers, Trump Targeted the W.H.O.

But his announcement that he would freeze the U.S.’s contributions to the organization in the middle of a pandemic was denounced by Democrats as well as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Trump’s ‘Opening Our Country Council’ Runs Into Its Own Opening Problems

Instead of a formal council, the president created several industry groups, and joined four calls with them. But some participants had no notice they would be included, and others could not join in

Chamber of Commerce Slams Trump for Stopping U.S. Funding of WHO

The Chamber of Commerce is siding with the WHO, slamming Trump's halting U.S. funding of the global bureaucratic group.

Trump’s move against the World Health Organization is latest twist in a shifting policy on China

The president has also taken China’s word for its response to the coronavirus but says the U.N. body erred in doing the same.

Analysis | What you need to know from Wednesday’s White House coronavirus briefing

President Trump didn't deny reports that the United States had concerns about coronavirus testing on bats at a Wuhan virology lab.

WHO Chief Said In February Coronavirus Could Be ‘Controlled Easily’ And Praised Xi Jinping’s ‘Personal Leadership’

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a speech in early February that the spread of coronavirus outside China could be "controlled easily".

How China Delayed Warnings to Public During 6 Key Days in January | RealClearPolitics

In the six days after top Chinese officials secretly determined they likely were facing a pandemic from a new coronavirus, the city of Wuhan at the epicenter of the disease hosted a mass banquet fo

Video: Coronavirus daily update: April 15, 2020

The latest news and biggest developments to keep you informed about the deadly pandemic.

Trump Is To Blame, Not the World Health Organization | RealClearPolitics

Trump Is To Blame, Not the World Health Organization | RealClearPolitics

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