The White House seems to be sending mixed signals on its attitude towards the CDC as officials have differing opinions on the agency’s coronavirus response.
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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) filed a petition for multiple counties to be more strict when accepting absentee voter applications. He asked the state’s Supreme Court this week to turn down applications citing coronavirus fears as a way to receive a mail-in ballot.
According to police, a six-year-old boy in Texas who has been out of school due to the coronavirus pandemic has been tortured throughout quarantine. His grandmother and her live-in boyfriend are now behind bars.
Mexico has been dealing with a surge in deaths from bootleg alcohol after coronavirus-related shutdown orders closed a number of breweries.
New York Rep. Lee Zeldin (R) doesn’t see eye-to-eye with Dr. Anthony Fauci in regards to reopening the country amid coronavirus lockdowns.
China is ramping-up economic pressure on Australia over its ongoing probe into Beijing’s alleged cover-up of COVID-19. On Tuesday, China imposed a partial ban on the imports of meat from Australia and threatened an 80 percent import tariff on Australian barley.
Members of the White House coronavirus task force recently highlighted the urgency of COVID-19 testing. During the Senate Health Committee’s hearing Tuesday. CDC Director Robert Redfield said it’s critical for testing and contact tracing to be implemented to stop the spread of the virus.
Health officials are tallying up the coronavirus death toll in New York City and are finding it significantly exceeds initial predictions. The CDC released a report Monday stating that they identified around 24,000 more deaths than originally recorded by local health authorities.