The National for Tuesday, March 31 — Canadian-made ventilators, PPE and tests on the way

The National for Tuesday, March 31 — Canadian-made ventilators, PPE and tests on the way

(*) (*)>>Adrienne: GOOD EVENING, I’M ADRIENNE ARSENAULT. TONIGHT A SURGE IN COVID-19 CASES AND ONE LOOMING PROBLEM.>>MY BIGGEST CONCERN RIGHT NOW IS MEDICAL SUPPLIES.>>Adrienne: QUÉBEC HAS LESS THAN A WEEK’S WORTH OF SUPPLIES LEFT AND FRONT LINE WORKERS ARE PLEADING FOR HELP.>>Andrew: I’M ANDREW CHANG. ALSO TONIGHT, THE VIRUS DEVASTATES SENIORS’ HOMES.>>IT’S JUST REALLY HARD […]

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101 Year Old Man Survives Spanish Flu, World War 2, And COVID 19

101 Year Old Man Survives Spanish Flu, World War 2, And COVID 19

101-year-old man survives Spanish Flu, World War 2, and COVID-19 Although everyone is taking extra precautions against the novel coronavirus, the elderly have the most to worry about People 60 years old and above are more vulnerable to severe respiratory illness due to infection from COVID-19 because of their aged immune systems and existing medical […]

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U.S. restrictions on movement likely to persist as death toll tops China’s

U.S. restrictions on movement likely to persist as death toll tops China’s

JUDY WOODRUFF: Coronavirus deaths in the United States have reached a new milestone, 3,700. That overtakes China’s officially announced total of 3,300. Italy and Spain each have recorded many more deaths, while the U.S. has far and away the most cases of any country, more than 180,000 so far. President Trump warned tonight that the […]

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