Vice President Mike Pence recently stated that the coronavirus is showing signs of stabilizing. While speaking Wednesday, he said the protocols in place are working.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb in the U.S., new data shows promise that some states may be approaching the pandemic’s peak. During a televised address on Monday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) reviewed the progress of the virus through his state, which showed a possible flattening of the pandemic’s curve.
A Democrat super PAC is spending millions of dollars on ads ahead of the November election. The House Majority PAC said it’s investing $51 million on television ads that will air in 29 markets in the weeks leading up to the general election.
U.S. Navy officials confirmed a crew member aboard the USNS Comfort has tested positive for the coronavirus. This came after the Comfort and Mercy began treating COVID-19 patients in New York and Los Angeles respectively. Officials have said the case will not impact medical operations.
A panel of federal judges ruled not to order a mass release of California prison inmates to reduce the spread of coronavirus cases. The ruling was issued Saturday and came after attorneys called for the release or relocation of thousands of inmates, particularly those over the age of 65 and others with pre-existing medical conditions.
Many Angelenos are getting a breath of fresh air as Los Angeles seems to be losing its infamous smog.
California Governor Gavin Newsom seeks 15,000 hotel rooms to help house the homeless amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday, Newsom announced the state has “obtained nearly 7,000 rooms” to use and are en route toward a 15,000-room goal.
The National Riffle Association (NRA) announced its suing Gov. Andrew Cuomo for infringing on New Yorkers’ Second Amendment rights. According to reports, the powerful pro-gun organization made the move after Cuomo forced gun stores to shut their doors as part of the non-essential business closure order.
The state of California has unveiled a new financial relief package for businesses affected by coronavirus lockdowns. On Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced small businesses will not be fined or otherwise penalized for one year.