U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 90,000, 1.5 million cases


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Trump says he’s taking now hydroxychloroquine even though the FDA has warned against taking the drug. Trump is also saying that it was secretary Pompeo that asked for the inspector general to be fired. California moves to next phase of re-opening. Texas also reopening despite biggest one day jump in new cases. Drug company is saying vaccine shows promise in stopping coronavirus. The rate of cases is trending down in 18 states, up in 17, and steady in 15. The University of South Carolina will end in-person classes after Thanksgiving. Big automakers resuming production at U.S. plants today. Trump says reopening “moving quickly but safely”. Pompeo refused to be interviewed by IG office investigating his role in fast-tracking Saudi arms sales. CNN is reporting that the fired inspector general was investigating Pompeo’s role in Saudi arms sale. Schools face decisions on reopening for Fall term. The University of Arizona plans to test faculty, staff & students, reduce class sizes and plan to elevate dorm cleaning. Trump says his administrations response “negates” restaurant CEO’s suggestion that industry’s recovery will be difficult. Trump says restaurants will be “back into business like you had it” despite restriction on customer limits.

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