Officials in Rhode Island have repealed a controversial policy they’ve been using to crack down on traveling New Yorkers amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said officials in the Plantation State have repealed their coronavirus protocols on New Yorkers.
The White House has boosted its efforts to contain the ongoing pandemic with a new focus on travelers from the Big Apple. Top health officials on the coronavirus task force have called on those who are traveling out of New York to take initiative in an effort to slow the spread of the outbreak.
As COVID-19 continues to bring the world to a standstill, new research is shedding light on some of the more uncommon symptoms in patients.
Upon his return to Capitol Hill, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) spoke out about his time spent in quarantine. While speaking to reporters on Wednesday, the Texas Republican said he was able to do most of his work remotely from home while remaining self-isolated.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said his wife’s symptoms remain mild after doctors confirmed she tested positive for the coronavirus. On Friday, he said he and his wife are following medical advice and taking all precautions.