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The World Health Organization says the corona virus pandemic remains a public health emergency of international concern. NPR's XX said that in the schedule review, the WHO kept its global alert for Covid-19 at the highest level possible.
Three months after the WHO initially declared the novel corona virus outbreak to be a global emergency, a committee of the WHO unanimously stayed at the obvious and said that the emergency still exists. When the alert was first declared in January 30th, the disease was ravaging Wuhan, but there were fewer than 100 cases outside of China. Since then, there have been more than 3 million cases around the world. And the virus continues to spread globally with rapid expansion, currently in Russia, India and Brazil. The head of the WHO, Tedres A G says he has grave concerns about the impact the disease will have as it takes hold in parts of Africa, Latin America, and other places with weak health systems.

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Presumptive Democratic nominee for president, Joe Biden, issued a statement today, denying an accusation of sexual assault made by a former staffer in Biden's Senate office. She alleges Biden touched her private areas without permission 27 years ago. Biden says that's not true. The former staffer said she filed a complaint with the Senate not about the alleged assault and about harassment. Biden says the only place ______ ______ complained will be held as national archives. And a request may be made available to the press if it exists. Denying the allegation, Biden said women deserve to be treated with dignity, but says their claims should be subject to scrutiny.

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The White House say 12 billion dollars, part of the 3rd round of federal pandemic relief will go to hospitals. NPR's XX reports. New York, New Jersey and Illinois will get the most.
Governors across the country have been warning that their hospitals were going broke. Now, White House Press Secretary XX says funds are on the way and will go with the most needed.
"10 b of the 12 b will go towards hospitals treating 100 or more Covid-19 admissions, A ______ is distributing an additional 2 b dollars to the 395 hospitals in proportion to the amount of care they provide to low income and onto patients."
XX said those hospitals have treated over 70% of the 184,000 Americans who have gotten inpatient care during the outbreak.

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Even as the US Senate plans to meet Monday, the Capitol physician says there's no quick way to test the 100 Senators plus staff members for the cv. Senators are being told they should wear protective mask and practice social distancing. The session comes as lawmakers scrambling to put get the next package of federal aid to deal with the virus.

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US Steal says it expects to layoff around 2700 employees as the demands for iron and steal continues to decline during the cvp. The Pittsburg based company is announcing it plans to cut jobs in regulatory filing as it reported a fourth quarter loss of 391 million dollars. The company did not say where the layoffs would be, but says it would temporarily idle two of its blast furnaces高炉, one in G, and another outside Pittsburg.

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Stocks finished sharply lower today......

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Airplane builder Boeing says it will not be accepting any loan money from the federal government after all. The company which______ this week announced plans to cut 10% of its 160,000 member work force, saying it successfully raised 25 billion from the sale of the bonds and therefore it won't need money. Boeing rebutted the requirement to give the government an equity stake股权 in the company.
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The World Health Organization says the coronavirus pandemic remains a public health emergency of international concern. NPR _ Robin says in a schedule to view the WHO kept its global alert for COVID-19 at the highest level possible.  

Three months after the WHO initially declared the novel coronavirus outbreak to be a global emergency, a committee the WHO unanimously stated the obvious and said the emergency still exists. When the alert was first declared in January 30th the disease was ravaging Wuhan but there were fewer than 100 cases outside of China. Since then there’ve been more than 3 million cases around the world and the virus continues to spread globally with rapid expansion currently in Russia, India and Brazil. The head of WHO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says he has great concerns about the infectious disease will have as it takes hold in part of Africa, Latin America and other places with weak health systems.

Meanwhile the White House is declining to let Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of president Trump’s top advisors on the coronavirus pandemic, testify next week before a house summit committee. A White House spokesman says the crisis is keeping Fauci too busy.

Presentative Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden issued a statement today denying an accusation of sexual assault made by a former staff in Biden Senate Office. She alleges Biden touched her private areas without permission 27 years ago. Biden says that’s not true. The former staff said she filed a complaint with the senator not about the alleged assault but about harassment. Biden says the only place record that complaint will be _ the National Archive the initial request being made be able to the press if it exists. Denying the allegation, Biden said women deserved be treated with dignity but says their claim should be subject to scrutiny.

The White House says 12 billion dollars, part of the 3rd round of federal pandemic relieve will go to hospitals. NPR quote large supports New York, New Jersey, Illinois will get the most.

Governors across the country have been warning that their hospitals were going broke. Now White House Press Secretary KM says funds are on the way and will go where most needed.

10 billion of the 12 billion will go towards hospitals treating 100 or more COVID-19 admissions. HHS is distributing an additional 2 billion dollars to the 395 hospitals in proportion to the amounts of care they provide to low income and uninsured patients.

M said those hospitals have treated over 70% of the 184,000 Americans who have got inpatient care during the outbreak.

Even as the US Senate plans to meet Monday, the capitol physician says there’s no quick way to test the 100 senators plus staff members with the coronavirus. Senators have been told they should wear protective masks and practice social distancing. The cession comes as lawmaker scrabbling to put together the next package of federal aid to deal with the virus.

US Steel says it expects to lay off around 2700 employees as the demand for ironing steel continues to decline during the coronavirus pandemic. Pittsburgh based company announces a plan to cut jobs in a regulatory filing as reported 4th quarter loss of 391 million dollars. Company did not say where layoff will be but says will temporarily idle two of its blast furnaces, one in Gary Indiana another outside Pittsburgh.

Stocks has been sharply lower today as a new report showed a deep decline in manufacturing last month. NPR * reports that Dow Jones average fell more than 600 points.

All the major stocks indices ended in the red. The Dow was down more than 2.5%, the S&P 500 fell 2.8%, the NASDAQ was off more than 3%. Shares in Amazon fell more 7.5% after the company reported disappointing earnings. The online retailer has seen a big jumping in sales to customers stuck at home. The Amazon’s costs have also jumped as the company struggles to operate safely during the pandemic. And Indices of manufacturing activity showed a big slow down last month for all but food and paper factories. One chemical manufactory said productions at ground to stand still with the exception of making hand sanitizer.

_ builder B says will not be accepting any loan money from the federal government after all the company which this week announced plans to cut 10% of its 160,000-member workforce saying successfully raise 25 billion from the sale of * therefore won’t need the money. B rebutted the requirement give the government an equity stick in the company.
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The World Health Organization says the coronavirus pandemic remains a public health emergency of international concern. NPR's SV says that in a schedule review, the WHO kept its global alert for COVID-19 at the highest level possible.
Three months after The Who initially declared the novel coronavirus outbreak to be a global emergency, the committee of the WHO unanimously stayed at the obvious and said the emergency still exists. When the alert was first declared at January 30th, the disease was ravaging Wuhan but there were fewer than 100 cases outside of China. Since then there have been more than 3 million cases around the world as the virus continuous to spread globally with rapid expansion currently in Russia, India, and Brazil. The head of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says he has grave concern about the impact this disease will have. It takes hold in parts of Africa, Latin America and other places with weak health systems.  
Meanwhile, the Whitehouse is declining to let doctor Anthony Fauci, one of President Trump's top advisors on the coronavirus pandemic testified next week before a house subcommittee. White House spokesman says that the crisis is keeping Doctor Fauci was too busy.
Presumptive democratic nominee for President Joe Biden issued a statement today denying an accusation of sexual assault made by a former staff in Biden's senator office. She alleges Biden touched her private areas without permission 27 years ago. Biden says that's not true. The former staff said she filed a complaint with the senate not about the alleged assault but about harassment. Biden says the only place to record that complaint will be held as his national archives, and the question would be maid available to the press if it exists. Denying this allegation, Biden said women deserved to be treated with dignity but says their claims should be subject to scrutiny.
The White House says 12 billion dollars, part of the third round of Federal pandemic relief would go to hospitals. NPR's reports. New York, New Jersey, and Illinois would get the most.
Governors across the country have been warning that their hospitals were going broke. Now White House press secretary CM says funds are on their way and will go where they are most needed. 10 billion of the 12 billion will go towards hospitals treating 100 or more COVID-19 admissions. A is distributing an additional 2 billion dollars to the 395 hospitals in proportion to the amount of care they provide to low income and onto their patients.  M said the hospitals have treated over 70% of the 184,000 Americans who've got an inpatient care during the outbreak.
Even as the US senate plans to meet Monday, the capital opposition says there is no quick way to test the 100 senators plus staff members with the coronavirus. Senators are being told that they should wear protective masks and practice social distancing. Lawmakers are scrambling to put together the next package of federal aid to deal with the virus.  
US  Steel are expected to lay off  around 2700 employees as the demand for iron and steel continues to decline during the coronavirus pandemic. The Pittsburgh based company is announcing its plan to cut jobs in the regulatory filing as it reported a forth quarter loss at 191million dollars. The company did not say where the layoffs will be but says it will temporarily idle two of its blast furnaces, one in G Indiana, another outside Pittsburgh.
Stocks have sharply lowered today as new reports showed a deep declining manufacturing last month. NPR's repots the Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 600 points. All the major stock indexes ended in the red. The D down more than 2.5%. the E fell 2.8%. The was off more than 3%. Shares in Amazon fell more than 7.5% after the company reported disappointing earnings. The online retailer has seen a big drop in sales to customers stuck at home, but Amazon's cost have also dropped as the company struggles  to operate safely during the pandemic. And the index of manufacturing activity showed a big slowdown last month for all but food and paper factories. One chemical manufacture said production have ground to a standstill with the exception of making hand sanitizer.
Airplane builder B says it won't be expecting and loan money from the federal government. After all, the company, which this week announced plans to cut 10% of its 160,000 member workforce, says it has successfully raised 25 billion from the selling of the B and therefore it won't need the money. B rebutted the requirement of giving the government an equity state in the company.
The World Health Organization says the coronavirus pandemic remains a public health emergency of international concern. NPR's Jason Beaubien says in a scheduled review, the WHO kept its global alert for COVID-19 at the highest level possible.
Three months after The WHO initially declared the novel coronavirus outbreak to be a global emergency, the/a committee of the WHO unanimously stayed at the obvious/stated the obvious and said the emergency still exists. When the alert was first declared on January 30th, the disease was ravaging Wuhan but there were fewer than 100 cases outside of China. Since then there have been more than 3 million cases around the world as/and the virus continuous/continues to spread globally with rapid expansion currently in Russia, India, and Brazil. The head of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says he has grave concern about the impact this disease will have. It/as it takes hold in parts of Africa, Latin America and other places with weak health systems.  
Meanwhile, the White House is declining to let doctor Anthony Fauci, one of President Trump's top advisors on the coronavirus pandemic testified/testify next week before a House subcommittee. White House spokesman says that the crisis is keeping Fauci too busy.
Presumptive Democratic nominee for President Joe Biden issued a statement today denying an accusation of sexual assault made by a former staff/staffer in Biden's senator office. She alleges Biden touched her private areas without permission 27 years ago. Biden says that's not true. The former staffer said she filed a complaint with the senate not about the alleged assault but about harassment. Biden says the only place to record that complaint will be held as national archives, and the question would be maid/and he's requested it be made available to the press if it exists. Denying this allegation, Biden said women deserved to be treated with dignity but says their claims should be subject to scrutiny.
The White House says 12 billion dollars, part of the third round of Federal pandemic relief would go to hospitals. NPR's Quil Lawrence reports New York, New Jersey, and Illinois would get the most.
Governors across the country have been warning that their hospitals were going broke. Now White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says funds are on their way and will go where they are most needed. Ten billion of the twelve billion will go towards hospitals treating 100 or more COVID-19 admissions. HHS is distributing an additional 2 billion dollars to the 395 hospitals in proportion to the amounts of care they provide to low income and uninsured patients. McEnany said the/those hospitals have treated over 70% of the 184,000 Americans who've got an/gotten inpatient care during the outbreak.
Even as the US Senate plans to meet Monday, the capital opposition/Capitol physician says there is no quick way to test the 100 senators plus staff members with the coronavirus. Senators are being told that they should wear protective masks and practice social distancing. The session comes as lawmakers are scrambling to put together the next package of federal aid to deal with the virus.  
US Steel are expected/says it expects to lay off around 2,700 employees as the demand for iron and steel continues to decline during the coronavirus pandemic. The Pittsburgh based company is announcing its plan to cut jobs in the/a regulatory filing as it reported a forth quarter/first quarter loss at 191million dollars. The company did not say where the layoffs will be but says it will temporarily idle two of its blast furnaces, one in Gary Indiana, another outside Pittsburgh.
Stocks have/finished sharply lower today as new reports showed a deep declining/decline in manufacturing last month. NPR's Scott Horsley reports the Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 600 points. All the major stock indexes ended in the red. The Dow was down more than 2.5%. The S&P 500 fell 2.8%. The Nasdaq was off more than 3%. Shares in Amazon fell more than 7.5% after the company reported disappointing earnings. The online retailer has seen a big drop/jump in sales to customers stuck at home, but Amazon's costs have also dropped/jumped as the company struggles to operate safely during the pandemic. And the/An index of manufacturing activity showed a big slowdown last month for all but food and paper factories. One chemical manufacture/manufactory said production had ground to a standstill with the exception of making hand sanitizer.
Airplane builder Boeing says it won't be expecting/will not be accepting any loan money from the federal government after all. The company, which this week announced plans to cut 10% of its 160,000 member workforce, says it has successfully raised 25 billion from the selling of the B/the sale of bonds and therefore it won't need the money. Boeing rebutted/had balked at the requirement of giving/to give the government an equity state/stake in the company.
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