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uscoronavirus jan25 As new coronavirus cases are declining across all regions of the United States, COVID-19 hospitalizations in the country fell to the lowest figure in 41 days. The country's COVID hospitalization numbers are continuing to fall on a daily and rapid basis. 110,628 people are currently admitted in U.S. hospitals with coronavirus infection, which is the fewest since December 14, according to the late

joebiden jan22 Thursday, President Joe Biden announced a national strategy to deal with coronavirus pandemic, and signed 10 executive orders and other directives to move quickly to contain the crisis. The executive actions taken on the new President's first full day in office aim to ramp up vaccinations, expand testing and reopen schools. Some of those actions include an executive order to fill supply shortfal

anthonyfauci jan22 COVID-19 Hospitalizations in the U.S. declined in almost every state over the past week, COVID Tracking Project said on Thursday. Only New York saw an increase in hospitalized patients, the U.S. collaborative volunteer-run effort to track the pandemic said on Twitter. After 16 weeks of increases, weekly hospitalizations are down 4 percent. The country's COVID hospitalization numbers are continui

uscoronavirus jan21 Covid-19 deaths in the U.S. exceeded 4,000 on Wednesday, only the third day ever to cross that threshold since the outbreak of the pandemic in the United States. With 4,409 additional deaths reported in the last 24 hours, the total U.S. death toll from the pandemic rose to 406,001, according to the latest data by Johns Hopkins University.

joebiden jan21 Within hours of assuming U.S. presidency, Joe Biden signed 15 executive orders undoing many of key Trump administration policies, including on climate change and immigration. They include order to rejoin the Paris climate agreement. Donald Trump had announced in 2017 that the United States is withdrawing from the important international deal that aims to mitigate climate change effects. The Pres

joebidenkamalaharris jan20 Joseph R. Biden, Jr. was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States at a ceremony held at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts administered the oath of office to Biden, 78. Kamala Harris, 56, was sworn into office as the first woman U.S. Vice President by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

uscoronavirus jan20 Coronavirus deaths in the United States crossed 400,000 on Tuesday. The country hit the dismal mark of the pandemic with 2760 additional deaths reporting in the last 24 hours, according to the latest data by Johns Hopkins University. With this, the total U.S. death toll from the deadly disease rose to 401763. During the same period, 175371 new cases were reported across the country, taking the

trumpstevebannon jan20 President Donald Trump issued 73 pardons and 70 commutations in the final hours of his presidency. Those who benefited from a long-standing presidential tradition of exercising clemency powers included Trump's former political strategist and adviser Steve Bannon, who is facing fraud charges. Bannon was charged in August 2020 with fraud over a fundraising campaign to build awall on the US-Mexico

joebidenkamalaharris jan20 Stage is set outside the Capitol for Joseph R. Biden, Jr. to be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States at noon Wednesday. Biden, 78, and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, 56, will be sworn in by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Born to parents of Indian and Jamaican origins, Harris will become the first colored Asian-American to be elevated to the post. She will also becom

airtravelrestrictions jan19 In one of his last actions as U.S. President, Donald Trump issued an executive order lifting travel restrictions for much of Europe and Brazil imposed to restrict coronavirus-infection from abroad. Trump ordered that restrictions on incoming travelers to the United States from the 26 European countries in the Schengen Zone, the UK, and Ireland, imposed in March 2020, will become ineffective on Ja

joebiden 0119 Security has been tightened in Washington, D.C. ahead of the presidential inauguration in the wake of FBI warning that protests by right-wing extremists are possible against federal institutions. More than 25000 National Guard reserve soldiers have been deployed to take guard around the White House, Capitol Hill and other crucial spots. Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller said that w

uscoronavirus 0119 New Covid-19 cases, deaths, test positivity rate and hospitalizations in the United States have fallen to the lowest level in several weeks Monday. During the last 24 hours, 142001 new cases were reported across the country, taking the total number of patients infected with the disease to 24078773, as per the latest data from the Johns Hopkins. This is a fall of more than 3000 cases from the prev

joebiden aug19 19jan21 On Monday, President-elect Joe Biden announced his nominees to a number of key administration posts. Elizabeth Klein, an experienced leader in clean energy, climate change, and environmental law and policy, was named Deputy Secretary of the Interior. Most recently, she was Deputy Director of the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center at NYU School of Law. Klein served at the Department of the

uscoronavirus jan18 After a long gap, nationwide decreases in all four COVID metrics have been reported in the United States Sunday. With 1723 additional fatalities reporting in the last 24 hours, the total U.S. death toll from the deadly disease rose to 397600, as per the latest data from the Johns Hopkins University. In the preceding days of last week, daily death toll twice crossed 4000, including the worst death

biden jan15 President-elect Joe Biden unveiled a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package proposal to lift the U.S. economy as well as its people, badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic. The relief proposal includes $1 trillion in direct relief to households, $415 billion to fight the pandemic and $440bn for small businesses and worst-affected communities. In addition to the $600 in direct payments previously

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