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The number of coronavirus cases in the US has risen, Johns Hopkins University says confirmed cases top 121,000. And the number of death rose sharply from yesterday to more than 2000. Mr. President Trumps says he's considering issuing quarantine for several area including New York city. Meanwhile hospital personnel are continuing to beg for enough equipment to stay safe. JY, an ER Nursege Kobi hospital in New York says he can't believe healthcare givers lack masks and gloves.
"I go home to my two kids and I'm wondering if I'm going to get them sick. You know. It's just a little scary just because of the unknowns and the fact that it is like, you know, airborne droplets _ up to three hours."
Meanwhile XX says he'll make a FDA approved coronavirus test that can produce results in less than 15 minutes to make it available to urgent care studdings, starting next week.
And as California, New York deals with rising cases of the virus, two US navy hospital ships are being deployed. The Comfort sails from Virginia to New York city today. The Mercy in Los Angeles started serving patients today. And in San Francisco, authorities say they are prioritizing coronavirus testing for healthcare workers and first responders. As NPR's XX reports.
First responders are expressing frustration at a patch work of coronavirus testing policy. They largely used to counties and agencies to make their own plans. In San Francisco, police say none of their officers was getting tested in a timely manner, creating confusion and anger. Now under a new agreement with the city's mayor, first responders will be prioritized with other high risk patients. Police Union Leader, TM.
"Now we can call our healthcare providers and let them know that we are one of the few people who could jump to the head of line to get a test. That really helped put our members at ease."
Officers in at least eight Bay Area police departments have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Meanwhile Spain is also getting hit hard, the country now has more than 72,000 confirmed cases and more than 5800 deaths. On Friday Spain reported the highest increase of death in 24 hours of roughly 800. As XX reports. The hardest-hit regions are Madrid and Catalonia.
The intensive care units in some Madrid hospitals are already at twice of their capacity. And medical staff across the country are demanding the government provide more equipment, especially ventilators. This week, Spain's Minister of health announced a 470 million dollar deal with Chinese companies to provide necessary material including surgical masks, gloves, and rapid test kits. But micro-biologists announced that many of these rapid test kits were faulty with around of 30% accuracy rate.

Leaders in Ohio's ..county, say they have the capacity to manufacture mass quantities of protective equipment. From member station WCPN XX has more.
H County is home to the second largest population of honest citizens in the country. John Miller, president of medical manufacture superb industries has put together a coalition of businesses and individuals in the area to help respond to the coronavirus crisis. He says no manufacture equipment such as N95 mask overs, medical gowns and boot covers.
The Army still sew their own garments, so they have a fully equipped sewing machine. And now what we can do is go out and in this emergency situation ..."
Miller says they are working with local health officials and so far they got orders from hospitals and clients from several states.


The ...civil rights leader, the Reverend Joseph Lowery has diet. With Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Junior, he co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Lowery led the SCLC for 20 years, restoring its financial stability, and he pressed businesses not to do business with South Africa's apartheid regime. He's also part of the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott, the desegregated public transportation, and the 1965 March from Selma to Montgomery(塞尔玛距阿拉巴马州府蒙哥马利87公里), that led to the Voting Right Act. In 2009, Lowery received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country's highest civilian honor from President Obama whom he supported. Lowery died at his home from natural causes. He was 91.
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Live from NPR News in Washington, I’m *.

The number of the coronavirus cases in the U.S. has risen, * University says confirmed cases is up 121,000 and the number of deaths soars sharply from yesterday to more than 2000. It’s spread that Trump says he’s considering issuing a quarantine for several areas including New York City. Meanwhile, hospital personnel are continuing to beg for enough equipment to stay safe. Jeffrey * on * Hospital in New York says he can’t believe healthcare givers like masks and gloves.
“I go home to my 2 kids and I’m wondering if I’m to get them sick. You know, so it is little scary just because the unknowns and the * it is like, you know, airborne droplets * for up to 3 hours.”  
Meanwhile, * Lab says it will make an FDA approved coronavirus test that can produce result in less than 15 minutes that will make it available to urgent care settings starting next week.


And as California, New York deal with rising cases of the virus, two of Navy hospital ships are being deployed. The * sails from Virginia to New York City today, the Mercy in Los Angeles starts serving patients today. And in San Francisco, authorities say they are prioritizing coronavirus testing for health workers and first responders as NPR’s * reports.  
First responders are expressing frustration at a patchwork of coronavirus testing policies, they largely loose * agencies to make their own plans. In San Francisco, police say not enough officers were getting tested in a timely manner creating confusion and anger. Now under a new agreement with the city’s mayor, first responders will be prioritized with other high-risk patients. Police Union leader, Tracey *.
“Now we can call our healthcare provider and let them know we are one of the few people who could jump to the headlight to get tested that really helps put our members *.”
Officers in at least 8 bay areas police departments have tested positive for the coronavirus.   

Meanwhile, Spain is also getting hit hard. The country has now more than 72,000 confirmed cases and more than 5,800 deaths. On Friday, Spain reported the highest increase of death in 24 hours, roughly 800 as * reports the hardest region a Madrid in Catalonia.  
“The intensive care units in some Madrid hospitals are already twice of capacity and medical staff across the country are demanding the government provide more equipment, especially ventilators. This week, Spain’s Minister of Health announced a 470-million-dollar-deal with Chinese companies to provide necessary material including surgical masks, gloves and rapid test kits. But Micro-Biology announced that many of these rapid test kits were faulty with around 30% accuracy rate.
Leaders in Ohio’s * country say they have the capacity to manufacture mass quantities of protective equipment. From member station, WCPN, * has more.

* is home to the second largest population of * citizens in the country. John *, President of medical manufacture, Superb Industries has put together a coalition of businesses and individuals in the area to help respond to the coronavirus crisis. He says they manufacture equipment such as N95 mask covers, medical guns and boot covers.
“The army still sew their own garments, so they have a fully equipped sewing machine and now what we can do is go out and in this emergency situation activated on that.”
* says they are working with local health officials and so far they’ve got orders from hospitals and clients from several states.


The trans civil rights leader, the reverend Joseph *, has died with reverent doctor Martin Lude King junior, he cofounded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. * led the SCLC for 20 years, restoring its financial stability and he pressured businesses not to do business with South Africa’s Apartheid regime. He’s also part of the 1955 bus boycott, the desegregated public transportation and the 1965 march from * to * that led to the voting right act. In 2009, * received the presidential medal of freedom, the country’s highest civilian honor, from President Obama whom he supported. * died at his home from natural causes, he was 91.

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The number of coronavirus cases in the US has risen. Johns Hopkins University says confirmed cases topped 121,000. And the number of death rose sharply from yesterday to more than 2000. Mr. President Trumps says he's considering issuing quarantine for several area including New York city. Meanwhile hospital personnel are continuing to beg for enough equipment to stay safe. Jeffery Yao, an ER nurse at Ko Bay Hospital in New York says he can't believe healthcare givers lack masks and gloves.
"I go home to my two kids and I'm wondering if I'm going to get them sick. You know. It's just a little scary just because of the unknowns and the fact that it is like, you know, airborne and droplets, secretions up to three hours."
Meanwhile Abert Labs says he'll make a FDA approved coronavirus test that can produce results in less than 15 minutes to make it available to urgent care studdings, starting next week.

And as California, New York deals with rising cases of the virus, two US Navy hospital ships are being deployed. The Comfort sails from Virginia to New York city today. The Mercy in Los Angeles started serving patients today. And in San Francisco, authorities say they are prioritizing coronavirus testing for healthcare workers and first responders. As NPR's XX reports.
First responders are expressing frustration at a patchwork of coronavirus testing policy. They largely used to counties and agencies to make their own plans. In San Francisco, police say none of their officers was getting tested in a timely manner, creating confusion and anger. Now under a new agreement with the city's mayor, first responders will be prioritized with other high risk patients. Police Union Leader, TM.
"Now we can call our healthcare providers and let them know that we are one of the few people who could jump to the head of line to get a test. That really helped put our members at ease."
Officers in at least eight Bay Area police departments have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Meanwhile Spain is also getting hit hard. The country now has more than 72,000 confirmed cases and more than 5800 deaths. On Friday Spain reported the highest increase of death in 24 hours of roughly 800. As XX reports. The hardest-hit regions are Madrid and Catalonia.
The intensive care units in some Madrid hospitals are already at twice of their capacity. And medical staff across the country are demanding the government provide more equipment, especially ventilators. This week, Spain's Minister of health announced a 470 million dollar deal with Chinese companies to provide necessary material including surgical masks, gloves, and rapid test kits. But micro-biologists announced that many of these rapid test kits were faulty with around of 30% accuracy rate.

Leaders in Ohio's Holmes County, say they have the capacity to manufacture mass quantities of protective equipment. From member station WCPN XX has more.
Holmes County is home to the second largest population of Amish citizens in the country. John Miller, president of medical manufacture SUPERB Industries has put together a coalition of businesses and individuals in the area to help respond to the coronavirus crisis. He says no manufacture equipment such as N95 mask overs, medical gowns and boot covers.
The Army still sew their own garments, so they have a fully equipped sewing machine. And now what we can do is go out and in this emergency situation ..."
Miller says they are working with local health officials and so far they got orders from hospitals and clients from several states.


Veteran civil rights leader, the Reverend Joseph Lowery has diet. With Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Junior, he co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Lowery led the SCLC for 20 years, restoring its financial stability, and he pressed businesses not to do business with South Africa's apartheid regime. He's also part of the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott, the desegregated public transportation, and the 1965 March from Selma to Montgomery(塞尔玛距阿拉巴马州府蒙哥马利87公里), that led to the Voting Right Act. In 2009, Lowery received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country's highest civilian honor from President Obama whom he supported. Lowery died at his home from natural causes. He was 91.
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