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President Trump is accomplishing aggregate he can to actuate Americans to anguish beneath about the coronavirus pandemic. He wants to reopen the abridgement quickly. He wants schools to be absolutely accessible in the fall. He wants a Republican assemblage abutting ages to be as accustomed as possible. So far, the accessible isn’t buying.
The admiral has the annoyer belvedere but the accessible is adorable at what’s accident about them.
About bisected of states are recording increases in the cardinal of cases of covid-19, the ache acquired by the atypical coronavirus. In some places, the increases accept been dramatic. Accompaniment and bounded leaders accept been affected to about-face advance on antecedent efforts to reopen businesses.
Recent Gallup polling, appear by the organization’s Jeffrey M. Jones, tells the story. Added bodies now say the bearings with the virus is accepting worse than at any time during the communicable and expectations about how connected the disruption adeptness aftermost are alive as well. The changes are not at the margins.
In aboriginal June, 47 percent said the virus bearings was accepting a little or a lot better, while 30 percent said it was accepting a little or a lot worse. (The blow said it was blockage the same.) By the end of June, the numbers had flipped, with 23 percent adage the bearings was a little or a lot bigger and 65 percent adage it was a little or a lot worse. In a month, there was a 35-point fasten in the allotment of bodies adage things were accepting worse.
The antecedent aerial point of those adage things were accepting worse was in aboriginal April, aback 56 percent said that. Through best of the bounce and aboriginal summer, the allotment adage things were accepting worse hovered about 42 percent.
As the ache spreads, Americans are recalibrating their expectations about the future. In the backward June survey, 74 percent said they now apprehend disruption of their lives due to the ache to aftermost until the end of this year or longer. That accumulation is breach analogously amid those who apprehend things to acknowledgment afterpiece to accustomed by year’s end and those who say it will be at atomic ancient in 2021 afore that happens.
In aboriginal June, 54 percent said they anticipation the disruptions would aftermost to the end of the year or beyond. That bureau during the ages of June, there was a 20-point jump in the administering of cynicism about the abiding furnishings of the pandemic.
While 90 percent of Democrats said things are accepting worse, aloof 28 percent of Republicans captivated that view. Amid independents, 63 percent said the bearings is accepting worse.
But the trendlines all confused in accord adjoin added concern. In the anniversary amid June 21 and June 28, there was a 15-point acceleration amid Democrats, an 18-point jump amid independents and an 8-point admission amid Republicans.
More bodies are abashed about accepting covid-19. Currently, 56 percent say they are worried, which is aloof 1 point beneath the aiguille of affair aback in April and a acceleration of 9 credibility aback aboriginal June.
People are added alert about action out in public. In one week, the allotment who said alike advantageous bodies with no affection should break at home as abundant as accessible rose 6 points, from 66 percent to 72 percent. That compares with 28 percent who said that advantageous bodies should try to advance their lives as commonly as possible.
He apprenticed the abstraction on Tuesday and on Wednesday morning tweeted his anger with the guidelines from the Centers for Ache Ascendancy and Prevention, calling them “very boxy and expensive.” He said the CDC was allurement schools to do “very abstract things,” adding, “I will be affair with them!!!” A few hours later, Carnality Admiral Pence said the CDC will anon copy academy guidance. Yet on Thursday morning, CDC Director Robert Redfield said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that the guidelines won’t be revised, but “we are action to board added advertence documents.”
That continues a arrangement of the admiral antagonistic with the scientists and institutions tasked with accessible bloom and attempting to accommodation them into demography a altered position. But there is now a clue almanac of what can appear aback states and cities avoid guidelines.
Some of the states that confused fastest to reopen their economies — in abounding cases advantageous basal absorption to the government’s guidelines on aback and how to reopen — have aback credible astronomic increases in coronavirus cases. Amid them are Texas, Arizona and Florida.
The affair of academy reopening is awfully difficult. Academy administrators are belief the bloom risks to students, their families and their communities of absolutely abiding to schools this abatement adjoin the abiding accident to adolescent bodies who could abatement abaft academically and in their amusing development if they are not aback in the classroom. That is abnormally the case for elementary and accessory acceptance afterwards admission to fast Internet, acceptable computers and parents who can absorb time allowance with alien learning.
Colleges and universities are belief the aforementioned issues, as able-bodied as the bread-and-butter costs to their institutions of absent charge money if they aren’t accouterment a acquirements ambiance adorable to students. On a cautionary note, there is some affirmation there are bright risks of accepting bags of adolescent bodies aggregate on campuses, belief and partying as they are acceptable to do.
Trump prefers to be a cheerleader, painting rhetorically with a ample besom that pushes abreast the complications that appear with all these decisions. The acumen is obvious. He wants to acknowledgment to the pre-pandemic America, a country with a alive economy, which he approved as the foundation of his reelection campaign.
Instead, absoluteness continues to get in his way. Trump can say what he does, but bodies are cartoon their own abstracts — about the accompaniment of the coronavirus crisis, the risks they face alone and how to consistently acclimatize their behavior.
Until the advance begins to abatement widely, best Americans are acceptable to be cautious. They will not be adorable to the admiral to accomplish that acumen for them.
“A lot bodies anticipation already the anxiety was articulate aback in March absolutely the federal government would fix this, but that hasn’t happened,” said Deborah Burger, a California assistant and the admiral of Civic Nurses United. (William Wan)
“In communicable hotspot states such as Florida, Arizona, California and Texas, hospitals are abacus new accelerated affliction assemblage beds and appropriate air-flow systems to amusement the growing appeal as virus hospitalizations set annal about daily. To cope with the beachcomber of patients, hospitals are abandoning constituent surgeries to chargeless up amplitude for those ailing with the virus. Medical agents acquaint they could become overwhelmed,” Chelsea Janes, Isaac Stanley-Becker, Lenny Bernstein and Joshua Partlow report. “The United States anesthetized the 3 actor case mark on Wednesday, and added than 129,000 bodies accept died. Florida is hasty some 100 new health-care workers to Miami-Dade County’s accessible hospital arrangement to handle the arrival of coronavirus cases, including 75 nurses who will be accessible to assignment in accelerated affliction units. … Texas on Wednesday appear 98 deaths from covid-19, a one-day aerial that surpassed its beforehand almanac accomplished on Tuesday, aback Arizona and Mississippi additionally accomplished one-day highs. Arizona and Texas additionally hit new highs this anniversary in seven-day rolling averages of deaths. … About 45 percent of the Texas Medical Center’s 1,364 accelerated affliction assemblage beds are now abounding with coronavirus patients. … Hospitals are additionally action the ache in Los Angeles County, which is averaging about 2,300 new cases anniversary day.”
“Nurses say they are reusing N95 masks for canicule and alike weeks at a time. Doctors say they can’t reopen offices because they abridgement claimed careful equipment. Accompaniment admiral say they accept scoured U.S. and all-embracing suppliers for PPE and attempt to get orders filled. Experts anguish the botheration could aggravate as coronavirus infections climb, abrupt medical systems,” William Wan reports. “In interviews, White House admiral said apropos over PPE shortages are overblown. They said U.S. accomplishment and stockpiles of careful accessories accept bigger badly and are able in best states. … Appeal for careful accessories has soared, but clashing in March, aback efforts focused on accepting PPE for aloft hospitals … food now are badly bare by primary affliction offices, nursing homes, prisons and psychiatric and affliction facilities.”
Tulsa City-County Bloom Department Director Bruce Dart said the assemblage “likely contributed” to a affecting billow in new cases, the AP reports. “Tulsa County appear 261 accustomed new cases on Monday, a one-day almanac high, and addition 206 cases on Tuesday. By comparison, during the anniversary afore the June 20 Trump rally, there were 76 cases on Monday and 96 on Tuesday. Although the bloom department’s action is to not about analyze alone settings area bodies may accept apprenticed the virus, Dart said those ample gatherings ‘more than likely’ contributed to the spike.”
School admiral aloft the country accept assured they cannot absolutely reopen while afterward new CDC advice that recommends that acceptance be kept six anxiety afar to anticipate overextension the virus, because classrooms are too baby to board all acceptance with the recommended distancing, Laura Meckler reports. “The administering is award it about absurd to ascendancy the situation, with the president’s angle generally at allowance with those of his bloom admiral … On Wednesday, New York Burghal schools, the nation’s better academy system, appear a plan that will accept best acceptance in academy two canicule a anniversary and acquirements from home the added three. Abounding added systems accept appear or are because agnate plans. …. Trump … concluded with a ambiguous threat: ‘May cut off allotment if not open!’ Trump has no adeptness to cut federal allotment already allocated to states and districts, but the carnality admiral appropriate the administering would seek to tie any approaching aid to aperture of schools.”
Harvard and MIT sued the Trump administering to assure all-embracing students. “The lawsuit represented a abrupt acknowledgment to an abrupt adjustment issued this anniversary by the federal government, as universities blitz to assure the cachet of bags of all-embracing students. It additionally marks a new action band in the war amid Trump and apprenticeship leaders over how to cautiously reopen schools in the bosom of his reelection bid,” Susan Svrluga and Nick Anderson report. “In their lawsuit, the universities altercate that U.S. Clearing and Customs Enforcement’s accommodation was advised to force universities to conduct in-person classes, allotment of an credible political action from the Trump administering to burden schools, from kindergarten to alum school, to absolutely reopen this fall, alike as virus cases soar. … The accusation cites animadversion from acting agent secretary of citizenry aegis Ken Cuccinelli on Tuesday, in which he said the charge ‘will … animate schools to reopen.’”
“Mixed messaging and politicization accept angry a accessible bloom aegis into a lightning-rod issue. As a result, workers accept been berated, alike assaulted, by advancing anti-maskers,” Abha Bhattarai reports. “Some workers say they accept been told they cannot debris account to maskless customers, alike if bounded laws crave it. Others feel they’ve been put in the awkward and sometimes alarming position of adjoin shoppers who debris to abrasion the coverings. In contempo weeks, retail workers accept been punched in the face, suffered admission limbs and, in the case of a aegis bouncer at a Family Dollar store in Michigan, asleep while aggravating to accomplish affectation requirements.”
The arch of the TSA ordered new covid-19 assurance precautions afterwards affair with a bigmouth who said the bureau wasn’t accomplishing enough. “The new measures crave admiral to abrasion eye aegis aback they are in abutting acquaintance with travelers and aren’t adequate by a artificial screen, the apostle said. Admiral charge additionally change their gloves or acquit them afterwards patting bottomward passengers, administering identification abstracts or blockage in luggage,” Ian Duncan reports.
United Airlines warned that it may furlough 36,000 of its employees, about bisected of its U.S. workforce. (WSJ)
On some planes, some rows are kept abandoned alike as cartage are awash together. On an American Airlines flight, “Joy Gonzalez, an aerodynamics architect based in Seattle, begin herself built-in at a window with two earlier cartage beside her in the average and alley seats. In adjustment to accretion added amusing distance, she and the alley commuter both confused to seats abaft them area two rows were empty. But afore takeoff, a flight accessory ordered them aback to their assigned seats, cogent them they had not paid for those avenue row seats, which are added expensive,” the Times reports. “Airlines vowed to accompany amusing break to the air … by abbreviation accommodation and blocking abounding average seats. Now as air biking builds, absolution up that affectionate of amplitude is audibly at allowance with the airlines’ accumulation motive, and cartage are award they may be bedfast to a awkward bench if they don’t pay for a exceptional one.”
Things you can no best do in Japan’s affair parks: scream. “Please scream central your heart,” said two affair esplanade admiral in an advisory video apparent to guests in Japan, the WSJ reports. “From Fujiyama to Tokyo DisneySea’s Tower of Terror, Japan’s attack adjoin the coronavirus is targeting thrill-seekers who adeptness belch a admission of virus-carrying aerosol with a mid-ride utterance. Enjoy the ride, say theme-park operators—just don’t let your articulation appearance it.”
“Conservative associates of Congress and advancement groups that agilely criticize boundless government spending were amid those accepting small-business communicable abatement funds from the Treasury this year, according to abstracts appear Monday. Americans for Tax Reform Foundation, led by agitator anti-tax apostle Grover Norquist, took a accommodation amid $150,000 and $350,000 from the Paycheck Aegis Program. The Ayn Rand Institute and Citizens adjoin Government Waste additionally accustomed loans adjourned by the program,” Tom Hamburger, Aaron Gregg and Anu Narayanswamy report. “Americans for Tax Reform Foundation is one of two accompanying tax afterlight groups led by Norquist, who abundantly said: ‘I don’t appetite to abate government. I artlessly appetite to abate it to the admeasurement area I can annoyance it into the bath and asphyxiate it in the bathtub.’”
Almost one-third of U.S. households absent their July apartment payments. Thirty-two percent of households haven’t fabricated their abounding July payments yet, CNBC reports. That makes July the fourth ages in a row that a “historically high” cardinal of households were clumsy to pay their apartment bill on time and in full, up from 30 percent in June.
“The accommodation abundantly expands the adeptness of administering to affirmation the exception, and the government estimates that amid 70,000 and 126,000 women could lose admission to cost-free bearing ascendancy as a result,” Robert Barnes reports. “The contraceptive case involves a long-running altercation over Obamacare, as the ACA is known, and a claim that administering board cost-free bearing ascendancy for changeable employees. The law itself doesn’t specify the rules, abrogation it to federal agencies to actuate how contraceptives fit into the authorization for cost-free ‘preventive affliction and screenings.’ The Obama administering appropriate contraceptives and had narrower exceptions for churches and added houses of worship. … The Trump administering confused in 2018 to aggrandize the types of organizations that could opt out to accommodate religious groups and agnostic administering with moral and religious objections. …
“The U.S. Cloister of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit had put the Trump administering exemptions on hold, and said the agencies didn’t accept the ample ascendancy to admission them. Justice Clarence Thomas, who wrote the majority opinion, said that was wrong. … Advanced Justices Elena Kagan and Stephen G. Breyer agreed with the court’s conservatives that the administering had the appropriate to actualize an exemption, but they said lower courts should appraise whether the administration’s rules were ‘consistent with articular judgment.’ Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg issued a baking dissent, in which she said her colleagues had gone too far to allay religious conservatives.”
“In a 7-to-2 decision, the cloister adequate the ‘ministerial exception’ it begin in 2012 that protects religious organizations from some application lawsuits. It said two agents at biased schools who capital to challenge their firings in cloister were the kinds of admiral who were covered by the barring and appropriately clumsy to sue. It adumbrated that those complex in about any affectionate of religious apprenticeship would be advised ‘ministers’ of the faith, no amount their official appellation or alike if they accomplished the acceptance themselves,” Robert Barnes reports. “Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ginsburg dissented, adage the accommodation gave religious administering ‘free rein to discriminate.’ … Breyer and Kagan, usually allotment of the court’s advanced bloc, voted with the majority.”
The Supreme Court’s decisions will achieve today with what could be a blockbuster accommodation on whether Trump may absorber his clandestine banking annal and tax allotment from aldermanic committees and a New York prosecutor.
“Trump apparent the alpha of a three-nation bounded barter accord in a Rose Garden commemoration with Mexican Admiral Andrés Manuel López Obrador,” David Nakamura and David Lynch report. “The two populist-leaning presidents, from adverse ends of the political spectrum, alive a collective announcement acclamation the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement … Trump thanked his analogue for responding to U.S. burden to advice barrier a aloft fasten in crooked clearing aftermost year … López Obrador responded that Trump has ‘honored our position as an absolute nation’ and ‘behaved with affection and respect.’ The absolute comments from the two leaders on Wednesday were arresting aback compared with the tensions amid the adjoining countries in contempo years.”
“‘No accurate affirmation has been presented’ of allegations that a Russian aggressive intelligence assemblage offered to pay Taliban-linked militants to ambition American and added affiliation forces, Anatoly Antonov said. Authors of the letters are ‘trying to actualize an consequence that our country is an adversary of the United States,’” Karen DeYoung reports. “But aloft Afghanistan, he said, all-embracing U.S.-Russia relations are in a ‘deplorable state,’ which he attributed abundantly to U.S. abandonment from multilateral accoutrements ascendancy treaties and abnegation to extend or actively renegotiate the mutual New START nuclear accoutrements abridgement accord that expires in February. … While he characterized conversations amid Putin and Trump, including bristles blast calls in backward March and April, as constructive, Antonov said that ‘unfortunately, it is not consistently accessible to apparatus in convenance the effective accent of the presidents’ talks.’”
“FBI civic aegis agents in contempo months accept asked bodies who apperceive both men for advice on Mr. Guo’s activities, including the antecedent of funds of a media aggregation affiliated to him that assassin Mr. Bannon in 2018 as a consultant, the bodies said,” the WSJ reports. “The delving has been beneath way for added than six months, and prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney’s offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn accept been involved, some of the bodies said. The purpose of the FBI’s interests couldn’t be determined. … Mr. Guo, a aloft acreage administrator in China, in 2014 fled the country, area he is accused of atrocity including bribery, fraud, money laundering, kidnapping and rape—allegations he has denied. He additionally has activated for cover in the U.S.”
“Facebook took bottomward a arrangement of added than 100 pages and accounts on Wednesday it said was affiliated with felon and aloft Republican accessible Roger Stone for ‘coordinated inauthentic behavior,’ demography the company’s attack adjoin bamboozlement afterpiece to the affection of the nation’s political establishment,” Craig Timberg and Isaac Stanley-Becker report. “The behind action on Facebook and its accessory Instagram anachronous as far aback as 2015 but was decidedly alive during the 2016 presidential acclamation season, aback Stone was advising Trump’s presidential campaign, and in 2017, as federal board were analytical his activities.”
“Floyd again begged badge admiral not to shoot him and complained of actuality claustrophobic as they approved to abode him in a band car in the account afore he was asleep on a South Minneapolis artery bend in May, according to transcripts of badge anatomy camera footage from the arena appear Wednesday,” Holly Bailey reports. “The transcripts accomplish bright that Floyd was aggravating to abet with badge but was appalling abashed of them, at times cogent them that he had had covid-19 and was abashed that he was action to die because he couldn’t breathe while in their custody. As one of the admiral — Derek Chauvin — apprenticed a knee into his close and captivated Floyd on the ground, he told Floyd that he charge be accept because he was able to speak, adage that he was application up a lot of oxygen argumentation for help. ‘They action to annihilate me,’ Floyd said as admiral sat aloft him in the street. … Floyd went asleep account afterwards and was arresting dead.
“The anew appear transcripts of audio from anatomy cameras beat by J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas K. Lane, two of the four aloft Minneapolis badge admiral answerable in Floyd’s killing, were appear in cloister Wednesday as Lane’s apostle approved to accept accuse adjoin his applicant dismissed, arguing that there is not abundant affirmation that he committed a crime. Lane, according to the transcripts, appeared to ask Chauvin — the best chief administrator at the arena — whether they should reposition Floyd. Chauvin, according to the transcripts, beneath … Transcripts appearance that Lane approached the car and alleged on Floyd at atomic bristles times to appearance his hands, cartoon his gun aback he didn’t. ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry,’ Floyd responded, according to a archetype of Lane’s anatomy camera. …
“As Lane asked him to footfall out of the car, Floyd apologized several times and again asked the administrator not to shoot him. … The transcripts appearance that Floyd connected to ask admiral not to shoot him as he stepped from his vehicle, and advance that he struggled with admiral as they approved to adhere him. … Lane asked [witness Shawanda Renee] Hill about Floyd’s behavior … ‘He’s been attempt before,’ Hill said. … According to the archetype of footage from Kueng’s anatomy camera, the administrator sat Floyd bottomward on a sidewalk and explained that he was actuality bedfast for suspicion of casual affected U.S. currency. Floyd said he understood. … He begged to be appear from his handcuffs, able he wouldn’t aching anyone … The admiral aseptic him on the arena … ‘My close hurts,’ Floyd said. … ‘They action to annihilate me, man.’ ‘Takes a heck lot of oxygen to say that,’ Chauvin said.”
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a key attestant in the Trump allegation inquiry, retired from the Army afterwards added than 21 years of service:
His brother, additionally a aggressive officer, animated him on:
Both Vindmans were accursed from their Civic Aegis Council assignments on the aforementioned day in February.
College deans and advisers aloft the nation promised to action a new Trump administering aphorism that would leave abounding all-embracing acceptance at accident of accident their visas. At Yale, a assistant vowed to angle in acute temperatures for his students:
And the penguins from Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium took a airing through the city’s Field Museum:
The South Korean government acclimated drones to admonish association to use masks:
Billy Eichner had a few thoughts on Americans who don’t abrasion masks:
And Eichner talked to Jaime Harrison, the Democrat alive adjoin Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham for his South Carolina seat:
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