President Trump on Wednesday said that he would be comfortable sending his school-age son and grandchildren to school in person this fall amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Even when a coronavirus vaccine gets approved, huge hurdles remain for distribution. President Donald Trump is aiming to prove he can roll out a vaccine quickly, but the effort remains shrouded in secrecy.
Some labs are taking weeks to return COVID-19 results, exacerbating fears that asymptomatic people could be spreading the virus while they wait.
New York state previously held the grim title.
The president suggested children don’t transmit the virus, which has not been proved.
Trump put a more optimistic spin on the outbreak, which hit 1,000 deaths on Tuesday for the first time since June.
President Donald Trump made another series of false, dubious and misleading claims at a Wednesday coronavirus briefing in which he continued to paint an overly rosy picture of how the pandemic is affecting the United States.
The governors of Indiana, Minnesota and Ohio all issued orders requiring residents of their states to wear masks. Being reinfected by the virus is highly unlikely, experts say.
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