The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. passed 40,000 late Sunday, according to NBC News’ tally, and there are almost 760,000 validated cases as of Monday night.
While some guvs pressed back on the Trump administration’s claims that states are conducting a “sufficient” level of coronavirus testing, other governors were excited to reopen businesses in their states no matter screening levels.
Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, provided weekday early mornings.
Gov. Brian Kemp announced strategies to resume many businesses in Georgia this Friday, April 24, and Gov. Bill Lee said a “vast majority” of services in Tennessee would reopen by the end of next week.
On the other hand, the federal agency that manages assisted living home revealed new transparency procedures requiring the disclosure of coronavirus cases to clients’ households and public health officials.
No Selling Needed
Give This Free Funnel Away & Earn Passive Recurring Income For LifeBecome a founding member
- MAPS: Validated cases in the U.S. and worldwide, confirmed deaths in the U.S and internationally
- Stay-at-home orders across the nation: What each state is doing— or not– in the middle of prevalent coronavirus lockdowns.
This live coverage has ended. Continue reading April 21 coronavirus news
Download the NBC News app for newest updates on the coronavirus break out
Subscribe to the newsletter news
We hate SPAM and promise to keep your email address safe