The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Thursday made an announcement.
It is seeking special emergency authorization from the Food and Drug Administration.
This would be to allow U.S. states to use a CDC-developed diagnostic test to detect the new coronavirus.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released alarming new information about US deaths from the novel coronavirus COVID-19. According to UPI, more than 34% of Hispanic and Latin Americans who died from COVID-19 across the United States were younger than 65. About 30% of black Americans who died from COVID-19 were also younger than 65. That's compared to just over 13% of white Americans younger than 65 who died from the disease.
US President Donald Trump seems committed to getting America back to normal, despite being ground zero for the global coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. According to CNN, Trump has recently been focusing his attention on anything but the fact that over 137,000 Americans have died from the virus. In fact, recent CDC data show that Hispanics and Blacks are suffering from coronavirus infections at rates far beyond their share of the population.
The CDC won’t revise its guidelines for schools during the coronavirus pandemic. This is despite the president’s depraved threats of retribution if they don’t fully return to in-person classes. Additional “reference documents” will allegedly be released to make the rules more “practical.” Officials in the administration, not to mention the president himself, keep contradicting each other. The exact plan is unknown and generating confusion just weeks before the start of the fall semester.
[NFA] The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director on Thursday said his agency will not revise its guidelines for reopening schools despite calls from U.S. President Donald Trump, instead his agency will provide 'additional reference documents' to aid communities. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
Stephen Hahn, the Food and Drug Administration commissioner, said on Sunday it was "too early to tell" if it would be safe for people to attend August's Republican National Convention in Jacksonville, Florida. This report produced by Chris Dignam.
The commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration on Sunday didn't defend a claim recently made by President Donald Trump. But according to CNN, he didn't support it, either. Dr. Stephen Hahn is a member of the White House coronavirus task force. At a White House Independence Day event on Saturday, Trump made an unfounded claim that 99% of coronavirus cases are 'totally harmless.' In a CNN interview with Dana Bash on Sunday, Dr.
Gilead is the pharmaceutical company behind a drug that’s been approved for COVID emergencies. The FDA officially announced the medicine could be used in treating COVID-19 patients. Gilead has now announced the drug will cost $3,120 per typical treatment course for insured individuals. Research has indicated the drug could cut the recovery time for hospitalized COVID-19 patients. It could shorten satsy by several days, reports Gizmodo.
Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Sunday warned that some U.S. states, including Texas, Florida and Arizona, could start to see an 'exponential' rise in COVID-19 cases this coming week. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
As cases of the coronavirus soar in China and the spread continues around the globe, the World Health Organization has declared this outbreak a Public Health Emergency. But what exactly does that mean?