How did we get here? Americans' response to coronavirus in March

ABC News chronicles the rising cases of coronavirus across the U.S. and how politicians, celebrities and the public reacted.
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Because the reality. Is reassured. It is a deep breath. Registration has also taken the most aggressive action it. To protect Americans from the core rodent virus you know about this whole thing horrible. Former vice president Joseph Biden making out remarkable political comeback. Weekly gains welcome friends and not some. Franklin. You're defending her hustle a political. Social distancing and that's an aggressive measure that's taken to help contain an outbreak or slow its spread. The grand princess crossing the iconic golden king 21 on board infected with the virus most of them crewmembers. It will go away stay. Oh my who are protected keeping mr. cruise. Industry. We have that photo may have the assessment. That I quoted nineteen can be cut on denies as a pundit meek. We will be suspending whole travel from Europe to the United States for the next thirty days. I am officially declaring a national emergency. Two very big words and. And other villagers get blessings and CD and the look for the. Still basking in the days and both are only get some say the F camel to handle. Oh and that means we have to. Testing we have to get. Testing kids up and ready I would and the World Health Organization taking advantage of the just kids they have available to us. And Dow sank nearly 3000 points its worst day since 1987. And its second biggest single day percentage loss in history school districts are starting to closer evening seats for their three year. And it's just crazy to think. Them. As a teacher and the last commencement his last week could be less than mixing them here. Good foundations I was tested. The doctor again today and isn't ultimate test back. But are increasingly frustrated nurse nurses. At their laps was backed up. I am currently practicing social distance thing. My little one time if you will. Seeing. Inside as much as possible safe to go to. Market candy here candies full. Bread is not. Wright is not. Lemanowicz is I have to Patterson. And flowing into that we have are facing that. I'm close to ensure that we see if he. People not been distributed to the people in need. Young mother's not expendable. And you mothers who are expendable. And we are not going to. Accept the premise. That is the human life and is disposable. Yesterday heat. Students say god yeah. Check. You know. Then we would ever happen. We have some intensive conversations with him. And we convinced him he listened and we said we got a lot of valid. Would be to extend them until the end of April. We have just heard from president trump at the white house with perhaps his most. Somber message yet. Calling on Americans to brace for a quote very tough two weeks saying that Americans should be prepared for more than 100000. Deaths before we get through this.

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