Stories tagged: "public health"


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Gov. Ducey Ignored His Own COVID-19 Safety Advice. Again.

Ducey attended an event at the White House Thursday without a mask, despite encouraging Arizonans to wear face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Cases Are Spiking in More Than 35 States and Trump Just Withdrew From the World Health Organization

The Trump administration on Tuesday officially notified the United Nations that the United States would withdraw from the World Health Organization.

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‘CEOs Don’t Care About Our Lives’: These Essential Workers Are Walking Off Their Jobs Today

It's International Workers' Day, and these employees are fighting for their rights.

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More Than 800,000 Americans Have COVID-19. Trump Thinks Suspending Immigration Will Slow Its Spread.

Trump’s attempt to close America’s borders in the name of health also poses a stark contrast to his efforts within those borders. In recent days, Trump has called on governors to reopen their economies and sparked civil unrest with his calls for supporters to “LIBERATE” states from the stay-at-home orders.

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Trump Doesn’t Think There’s A Medical Supply Shortage. These Hospitals Beg to Differ.

An internal government report released Monday contradicts President Trump’s assessment that hospital administrators are “thrilled to be where they are.”

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I’m a Microbiologist and a Mom. Here’s What You Should Know About Coronavirus.

Help slow the spread of coronavirus in your community by staying home. Yes, that means no shopping.

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They Voted to Cut CDC Funding. Now They Want More Money to Fight Coronavirus.

Many lawmakers now calling for additional CDC funds to address the coronavirus outbreak voted in 2017 to repeal Obamacare, which would have cut hundreds of millions from the agency's budget to fight public health crises.