First Coronavirus Briefing In Months, V.P. Takes Center Stage, E.U. May Ban Americans : Up First The number of new coronavirus cases in the U.S. hits an all time high, says the White House task force. Yet Vice President Pence defends large political rallies that could spread COVID-19. And the European Union says it may not admit Americans because the U.S. doesn't have the virus under control.
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First Coronavirus Briefing In Months, V.P. Takes Center Stage, E.U. May Ban Americans

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First Coronavirus Briefing In Months, V.P. Takes Center Stage, E.U. May Ban Americans

First Coronavirus Briefing In Months, V.P. Takes Center Stage, E.U. May Ban Americans

First Coronavirus Briefing In Months, V.P. Takes Center Stage, E.U. May Ban Americans

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The number of new coronavirus cases in the U.S. hits an all time high, says the White House task force. Yet Vice President Pence defends large political rallies that could spread COVID-19. And the European Union says it may not admit Americans because the U.S. doesn't have the virus under control.