200,000 lives lost from COVID-19. Where is our testing plan?
Contact your Senators now and tell them to pass the HEROES Act
Almost one million people globally have lost their lives to COVID-19. Yet, students have returned to school, workers are heading into the office, and a national testing plan is nowhere to be found.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in 31 states and countries around the world are struggling to maintain the virus. In the U.S., 200,000 people have died over the course of the pandemic -- a staggering toll. Thousands more continue to contract the virus each day. The spread has only worsened, as hundreds of universities have re-opened with the hopes of students adhering to social distancing rules. Teachers in countless school districts have been given PPE and cleaning supplies that would last perhaps a week for the entire year.
Every state, school system, and workplace has developed a different plan to maintain the virus in the face of shifting guidance from the federal government. Just this week, the CDC reversed online information about how COVID-19 is spread.
Our government needs to step up and implement a plan to help Americans. We need:
- A national testing plan to trace COVID-19 and stop the spread
- To pass the HEROES Act to provide economic relief to millions of struggling Americans.
Will you call your Senators and help make get the HEROES Act passed? We can't do it without you.
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