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3-17-20 TN Star Report HR 3

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WHOCoronavirus-TedrosGeybrehsasMP3: attached: Director-General of WHO Tedros GAY-BRAY-SUS says, As the virus moves to low-income countries we're deeply concerned by the impact it could have among populations with high HIV prevalence or among minorish children. That's why we're calling on every country and every individual to do everything they can to stop transmission. PostponingElections-TrumpMP3: attached: Trump says, I think postponing an election is a very tough thing. They are doing it very carefully. They are spreading people out at great distances as you can see. I think they'll do it very safely. But I think postponing elections is not a very good thing. NYNJCoronavirusAction-AndrewCuomoMP3: attached: Governor of NY Andrew Cuomo says, The casinos which we all have will close at 8 pm tonight. Gyms will close at 8pm tonight, movie theatres will close at 8pm tonight. And bars and restaurants will close at 8 pm tonight and will only offer to take out services. EconomicRecession-TrumpMP3: attached: Trump says, We're not thinking terms of recession we are thinking in terms of the virus. We think it will stop and that there is a pent up demand in terms of the stock market and the economy. Once this goes away and through and we're done with it I think you're going to see a tremendous surge. CoronaVirusUpdate-JeromeAdamsMP3: attached: US Surgeon General, Jerome Adams says, We are at a critical inflection point in this country. People, we are where Italy was two weeks ago in terms of our numbers. And we have a choice to make as a nation. Do we want to go the direction of South Korea and really be aggressive and lower our mortality rates? Or do we want to go in the direction of Italy? CoronaTimeline-TrumpMP3: attached: Trump says, If we do a really good job we'll not only hold the death down to a level that is much lower than the other way, had we not done a good job. But people are talking about July/August/ something like that. So it could be right in that period of time where I say washes through. Congress&Coronavirus-TomCottonMP3: attached: R-AR-Senator Tom Cotton says, The House bill's most basic flaw is that it doesn't go far enough or cover workers and their families. It doesn't make sure that we eliminate any financial incentive that anyway may have to be at work or any public places because they are worried about groceries, making a car payment, or paying their rent. HHSComputerBreach-AlexAzarMP3: attached: Secretary of Health and Human Services-Azar says, WE had no penetration into our networks or degradation. We had no limitation in our capacity to telework. We've taken very strong defensive actions.The source of this enhanced activity remains under investigation. ● Doug opens, introduces Mike , CEO & Editor in chief of The Tennessee Star ● Coronavirus update: US Cases: 4,708 (+1300), Deaths:91 (+26) Tested: 47,000 (+9,000) ● TN: Cases: 51 (+13) , Deaths: 0 (no change), Tested: 270 (+72) ● Repubulican Gov of Ohio, Mike DeWine, shockingly DEFIES COURT ORDER at last minute and CANCELS Ohio primary Election late last night –denying Ohio residents right to vote… Unclear if local boards of election will defy Governor… but grocery stores remain open ● Primaries go forward in AZ, FL, IL ● Government Red Tape May Keep Nashville Business Owners from Getting Tax Relief During Coronavirus Emergency ● An Unprecedented Day at the Tennessee General Assembly ● Mark Mark Green Requests Flexibility for School Statewide Assessments Amid Coronavirus ● Richard Grenell Denies Reports Suggesting Trump Wants Exclusive Access to a German Vaccine ● Students to College Administrators: ‘Send Us Home – Pay Us Back’ ● Kerry Roberts 6:30 am ● Brandon Straka 7:30 am ● PostponingElections-Trump. Trump says, I think postponing an election is a very tough thing. They are doing it very carefully. They are spreading people out at great distances as you can see. I think they'll do it very safely. But I think postponing elections is not a very good thing. ● WHOCoronavirus-TedrosGeybrehsas. Director-General of WHO Tedros GAY-BRAY-SUS says, As the virus moves to low-income countries we're deeply concerned by the impact it could have among populations with high HIV prevalence or among minorish children. That's why we're calling on every country and every individual to do everything they can to stop transmission. ● NYNJCoronavirusAction-AndrewCuomo. Governor of NY Andrew Cuomo says, The casinos which we all have will close at 8 pm tonight. Gyms will close at 8pm tonight, movie theatres will close at 8pm tonight. And bars and restaurants will close at 8 pm tonight and will only offer to take out services. ● EconomicRecession-Trump. Trump says, We're not thinking terms of recession we are thinking in terms of the virus. We think it will stop and that there is a pent up demand in terms of the stock market and the economy. Once this goes away and through and we're done with it I think you're going to see a tremendous surge. ● Call State Senator Kerry Roberts ● CoronaVirusUpdate-JeromeAdams. US Surgeon General, Jerome Adams says, We are at a critical inflection point in this country. People, we are where Italy was two weeks ago in terms of our numbers. And we have a choice to make as a nation. Do we want to go the direction of South Korea and really be aggressive and lower our mortality rates? Or do we want to go in the direction of Italy? · Congress&Coronavirus-TomCottonMP3: attached: R-AR-Senator Tom Cotton says, The House bill's most basic flaw is that it doesn't go far enough or cover workers and their families. It doesn't make sure that we eliminate any financial incentive that anyway may have to be at work or any public places because they are worried about groceries, making a car payment, or paying their rent. ● Brandon Straka will call Walk Away Foundation ● How big will this Coronavirus pandemic get in the US? Range is from 10,000 deaths to 1 million
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