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Guessing this was their agreed upon sequence of events to remove POTUS Trump and try to salvage their old world order (since 1973).
The United States has fallen far behind other countries in terms of testing for coronavirus, and CNN senior investigative correspondent Drew Griffin said that the government is only just now coming to terms with the scope of the problem.
During an interview with host Kate Bolduan, Griffin said it was stunning to see America being so slow to react to what has become a global pandemic.
“You want a sign of how bad it is with the federal government and the coordination?” he asked rhetorically. “Just less than an hour ago, Health and Human Services announced they’re appointing somebody as the testing czar to oversee the testing. We’re weeks into this virus spreading across the country, and they really didn’t have anybody overseeing this?”
The administration also tapped a new “czar” housed at the Department of Health and Human Services, putting Adm. Brett Giroir in charge of coordinating testing efforts among public health service agencies.
Virtually all courtrooms in Kentucky will be shut down from Monday until April 10 to protect employees and the public from the coronavirus.
Chief Justice John D. Minton signed an order Thursday canceling all in-person appearances in criminal and civil cases, other than for domestic violence hearings, emergency matters and evidentiary hearings in criminal cases.
All civil trials, hearings and motions will be postponed for a later date, and reasonable attempts will be made to reschedule all criminal trials, the order says.
Coronavirus is now spreading around the world as governments scramble to contain it. The outbreak began in the Chinese city of Wuhan, which has been locked down since late January. With exclusive access to two film-makers inside the city, Our World tells the story of life under lockdown. It is a film which takes you from the deserted streets to the homes of those battling the virus. How do you survive when daily life gets shut down?
originally posted by: texasgirl
Agit8, you will go down in ATS history of one of the most informative threads on this site. Kudos!
Many thanks to all members here posting from all over the world to give updates, especially those first time posters who broke their silence because they love this thread.
You all rock!