Your Daily Roundup for October 9th
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Good morning. As the COVID-19 pandemic takes a toll on life in America, our team at Future Majority is tracking the latest updates:
COVID-19 is not going away:
While the news media focuses its attention -- with good reason -- on the COVID-19 outbreak in the White House, the virus is still spreading rapidly across the country.
Yesterday alone there were over 56,000 new cases and nearly 1,000 deaths in the United States. Per capita new cases are greatest in the Dakotas and other less populated states, while the Northeast, once the original hot spot region in the country, is now seeing cases rise again in a sign of a second wave.
The White House physician has cleared Trump to return to public activities this weekend:
Though the White House and President Trump’s doctors will not release information on his last negative test, Dr. Sean Conley put out a statement yesterday that the President would be clear to resume public activities on Saturday. Trump immediately made clear his plans to hold a rally in Florida that day, while experts say that Monday would be the absolute earliest day to know the President was not still shedding the virus based on what has been made public about his disease course.
The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to The World Food Programme
The prestigious Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the United Nations’ World Food Programme for its work to fight hunger across the globe, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic that has caused a spike in the numbers of hungry people globally. The program provided hunger assistance to 100 million people across 88 countries.
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