We’ll keep this page updated with the biggest coronavirus headlines of the day. Scroll down for more information on each story and check back for updates.
Here’s the latest:
- Trump walked back on his prediction for the total number of US coronavirus deaths, admitting that the death toll may rise as states reopen.
- An Amazon warehouse employee in New York died of COVID-19.
- Photos show South Korea gradually reopening after the rate of new confirmed cases of coronavirus slowed down dramatically in recent weeks to less than ten a day.
- 3 charts predicting future waves of coronavirus cases show why we should worry about September.
- Shanghai Disneyland will re-open May 11 with social distance practices like masks and temperature checks in place.
- A top pandemic expert is leaving the Trump administration amid the coronavirus crisis.
- A top government scientist fired last month has filed a whistleblower complaint accusing officials of ignoring his coronavirus warnings.
- A volunteer on Kushner’s coronavirus team filed a complaint to Congress warning the group was ‘falling short’ on helping health care workers.
- Hospital chaplains offer solace from the sidelines, as patients ask them: ‘Am I going to die alone in here?’
- Norwegian Cruise Line tanks 24% after warning investors it has ‘substantial doubt’ it can keep operating.
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