New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) has come under fire for a recently released internal report, which appears to sweep a controversial executive order under the rug.
Vice President Mike Pence recently reiterated the administration’s commitment to reopening schools for in-person learning. He traveled to Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Tuesday, where he held a roundtable discussion with local officials on the state’s continued handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
Israeli police have been clashing with protesters who are calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Officers forcibly dispersed the crowd and arrested at least 50 people outside of the prime minister’s residence in Jerusalem on Tuesday night.
Wisconsin shattered the state record for the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past week. On Tuesday, health officials reported 964 new coronavirus cases. This marked more than 5,000 cases recorded in the last week.
Local and state governments are looking to contact tracing apps amid an increase in Coronavirus cases, but many are raising concerns over security and privacy. On Wall to Wall, Greta discussed these issues with Director of Professional Services of CriticalStart, Quentin Rhoads-Hererra.
As coronavirus cases surge nationwide, pediatricians around the country are calling for students to return to the classroom. According to reports, many pediatricians not only agree schools should reopen, but will be sending their own children back in the fall.
Forecasts indicate Middle Eastern countries should expect to be hit particularly hard by the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
As more people crowd hospitals in search of coronavirus treatment, medical officials are warning of a new health crisis. Americans are reportedly delaying seeking medical help for injuries and pre-existing medical conditions out of fear of being exposed to COVID-19.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Trump talk about trade and the ongoing border closure. In a press conference Monday, Trudeau said during the discussion he emphasized that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has disrupted manufacturing processes and supply chains.