While President Trump cast doubt on the need for masks and contradicted his own scientists, Joe Biden said he would rely on scientists and urged Americans to wear masks.
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The United States is facing a third wave of coronavirus-related hospitalizations. It's another indication of how poorly President Donald Trump has handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite the threat that large, unmasked crowds pose for spreading the virus—not to mention a pattern of coronavirus surges in regions following his events—the president has been adamant about holding more in-person events.
Melissa Szymanski spent five hours in a Hartford, Connecticut, emergency room in late March and wound up with bills totaling about $3,200.
“Having been so fully impacted the way we have been, it’s hard to hear somebody else seem nonchalant about it."
As governor of Indiana, an uncontrolled HIV outbreak in Indiana spread for months on Pence's watch. He currently heads the White House Coronavirus Task Force.