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Written by The Hill Press   
Thursday, 28 May 2020 11:09

covid19-protest-stay-at-home-miPresident Trump has fueled division, as the coronavirus response has become mired in the bog of partisanship.


WASHINGTON, DC - More than 100,000 people in the United States have died from the coronavirus, a staggering wave of death that has brought the world's largest economy to its knees as the federal government struggles even now to mount a concerted, nationwide response.

The crisis shows few signs of easing. And as states begin loosening restrictions on business closures and social distancing requirements, many fear the country could be headed for a second wave of infections, even before the first has been fully contained.

The two months of lockdowns meant to buy time to build the necessary testing and tracing capacity to bring COVID-19 under control have passed with only modest improvements, epidemiologists and public health experts said, at the cost of millions of American jobs and trillions in lost economic activity.

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