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Live updates: Trump mocks Biden’s willingness to trust Fauci on coronavirus response

Since February, more than 8,179,000 infections and 219,000 fatalities have been reported in the United States.
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“When I saw that on TV, I said, ‘Oh my goodness. Nothing good can come out of that, that’s got to be a problem,’” Fauci told CBS News’ “60 Minutes” on Sunday. “And then sure enough, it turned out to be a superspreader event.”
The guidance was issued following pressure from the airline industry and amid surging cases of coronavirus in the United States and strong evidence on the effectiveness of masks in curbing transmission, according to CDC officials.
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A state is considered high-risk if its average number of new coronavirus cases is 10 or more per 100,000 people.
On a phone call with supporters, President Trump said that if he had listened to Anthony S. Fauci, his top infectious-disease specialist, as many as 800,000 would have died.
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Rising coronavirus infection rates may change plans, but for now many systems are aiming to reopen.
The new high is still a number “well below” pre-covid volumes, which hit 2.6 million passengers the same day last year.
Hundreds of billions of dollars from the Cares Act remains uncommitted and may go unspent despite scramble by White House to produce more aid.
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