The Federal Reserve said it will roll-out more than $2 trillion worth of government loans to help ease the pain caused by the coronavirus. On Thursday, the Fed announced details from its anticipated Main Street Lending Program, which includes funds for businesses with up to 10,000 employees.
A hospital in northern Italy is turning to automated help in the fight against coronavirus. According to recent reports, six robots have been introduced to a hospital in one of the hardest hit regions of the country
Telemedicine is becoming a more common alternative for doctors to treat patients. Dr. Dan O’Brien spoke with One America’s Stephanie Myers to discuss the rising trend in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he believes businesses in the U.S. could reopen by next month.
A Michigan hospital has criticized by frontline health care workers who have said they are exceedingly outnumbered by patients. On Tuesday, Detroit emergency room nurse Sal Hadwan said workers reached their breaking point over the weekend and were forced to leave mid-shift.
The U.S. has continued to repatriate citizens amid travel restrictions from the coronavirus. On Wednesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said more than 50,000 American citizens have already been returned home from abroad.
U.K. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will be standing in for Johnson at Thursday’s government emergency response meeting as they try to pinpoint when to end its lockdown.
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.
The novel coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on health care workers in hot-spots, but it’s also placing a burden on economies in the U.S. and around the world. Former investigative journalist and the executive director of the National Republican Trust Scott Wheeler spoke with One America’s Stephanie Myers about the lasting effects.