Trump administration confronts recent spikes in COVID-19
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After seeing rises in COVID-19 cases around the nation, the Trump administration is preparing for a summer of spikes in cases of the virus:
A White House adviser said Sunday that the Trump administration is preparing for a possible second wave in the novel coronavirus pandemic this fall, as 29 states and U.S. territories logged an increase in their seven-day average of new reported cases after many lifted restrictions in recent weeks.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro disclosed the preparations for the possible second wave but rejected the suggestion that a second wave had already taken hold.
The WHO says that the increases around the country and the out of control pandemic is due to the politicization of COVID-19.
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