Embedded Player Exactly one month ago, President Trump declared a national emergency and promised a mobilization of public and private resources to attack the coronavirus. NPR's Investigations Team finds that few of those promises have come to pass.

The CDC says they'll soon release a plan to help state and local governments with contact tracing, but Massachusetts has already started building its own contact tracing system.

NPR's Allison Aubrey discusses why some are more vulnerable to COVID-19 than others, and looks ahead at what opening up the country may look like.

And if you're one of the many families feeling a budget squeeze right now, Life Kit has some tips for you.

NPR's Investigations Team's full story on each claim Trump made one month ago

Tips on budgeting from Life Kit.

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This episode was recorded and published as part of this podcast's former 'Coronavirus Daily' format.