A young mum has issued a coronavirus warning after going on a date that turned into a fight for her life.
Amie Morris started experiencing a sore throat, fever and lost her sense of taste and smell just one day after the date.
The Democratic chairman of the House armed services committee had called for Mr Modly to resign or be sacked and President Trump said he would intervene because Captain Crozier had had such an impressive career. The president said: “I don’t want to destroy somebody for having a bad day.”
Mr Modly’s speech to the remaining crew of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier was leaked to Task and Purpose, a website for armed forces news, which described it as “unhinged”. About 2,800 sailors remained on board after 1,999 had been moved to shore and 230 had tested positive for coronavirus.
Of those originally infected, 24,392 were declared recovered on Tuesday against 22,837 a day earlier. There were 3,792 people in intensive care against 3,898 on Monday – a fourth consecutive daily decline.
Italy’s health ministry has sent inspectors to the country’s biggest nursing home where 70 elderly people reportedly died in March alone while management allegedly downplayed the risk of infection of coronavirus.
Donald Trump has criticised the World Health Organization (WHO), and by implication Beijing, saying the global body is “China centric” and “biased” towards the rival superpower.
As Wuhan, the city at the centre of the outbreak, began to return to normal life, Trump said the WHO had “been wrong about a lot of things”, and threatened to put a hold on WHO funding. When asked if that was a good idea during a pandemic, Trump denied saying it, and then said they would “look at it”.
“In general, evidence shows that restricting the movement of people and goods during public health emergencies is ineffective in most situations and may divert resources from other interventions,” the WHO reported at the time.
The WHO said travel bans would be rationale at the very start of an outbreak to help the countries involved control the spread within their borders, but these restrictions “need to be short in duration, proportionate to the public health risks, and be reconsidered regularly as the situation evolves,” the organisation added.