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Census Field Operations Further Delayed Until April 15 By COVID-19 Pandemic

Census Field Operations Further Delayed Until April 15 By COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing the U.S. Census Bureau to suspend for two more weeks the hiring of 2020 census workers and in-person visits in remote communities and areas recovering from natural disasters.The Census Bureau says it’s suspending for two more weeks the hiring of temporary workers and in-person visits in remote communities and areas recovering from natural disasters for the 2020 count.

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Census Field Operations Further Delayed Until April 15 By COVID-19 Pandemic

The Campaign Is Still On

 

 

Donald Trump exhibits the mania of a bi-polar. When we need a stable government that is healthy and able to address the needs of a panicky nation, he goes to a photo op. And that is all it is. He is not launching the boat. He just wants to be in the shot. He needs to be in the White House doing something that makes sense. He is not there.

We have to consider whether in light of the current situation, Donald Trump appears in Norfolk as the bride or the corpse. The situation is not getting better. His leadership, if he has any, could be put to good use for the nation. We need a stable genius. We don’t have one.

FACT CHECK: N.Y. Governor Slams Trump Ventilator Claim As 'Ignorant' And 'Uninformed'

FACT CHECK: N.Y. Governor Slams Trump Ventilator Claim As 'Ignorant' And 'Uninformed'

The president said New York ignored ventilators sent by the federal government. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo fired back, saying the president’s view was “incorrect and grossly uninformed.”

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FACT CHECK: N.Y. Governor Slams Trump Ventilator Claim As 'Ignorant' And 'Uninformed'

What Happened Today: Questions About The Relief Bill And The Latest Medical News

What Happened Today: Questions About The Relief Bill And The Latest Medical News

NPR congressional reporter Kelsey Snell and physician Dr. Abraar Karan answer listener questions about the relief bill signed into law Friday and about the latest measures combating the coronavirus.


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What Happened Today: Questions About The Relief Bill And The Latest Medical News