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Trump’s approach to the 2014 Ebola outbreak offered a preview of his coronavirus response. He spread false info, attacked rivals, and tweeted th...
In 2014, Trump ignored public health experts on Ebola, while relentlessly criticizing Obama via Twitter. It was a preview of his coronavirus response.
"We have no reliable data" on coronavirus treatments, one researcher said. How that could change over the next few weeks.
The US is ‘not a global power’ thanks to Trump’s disastrous coronavirus response as China fills the void, former US officials warn
US diplomats and officials say that President Donald Trump has created a void in global leadership that China is rushing to fill.
From understanding the crucial role of vaccines to regularly sanitizing public spaces, these are some of the ways pandemics have changed the world.
Trump falsely used the term ‘Chinese virus’ again. This is not the first time a pandemic has fueled xenophobia.
People blamed the coronavirus on China. This phenomenon of blaming groups of people for disease has existed since the bubonic plague.
An ER doctor who survived Ebola shares the harrowing reality of the coronavirus pandemic and levels a stark warning
Dr. Craig Spencer, who's cared for Ebola patients and survived the disease himself, works at an ER in NYC. He explains why he fears the COVID-19 virus.
The coronavirus outbreak has been declared a pandemic — here’s how the world has handled global outbreaks in the past
Prior to COVID-19, there have been a lot of deadly epidemics, which have prompted different courses of action from governments globally.
Trump in 2014 said Obama was ‘a psycho’ not to immediately cancel flights into the US amid Ebola outbreak in West Africa
As the president looks to calm the markets over his handling of the Coronavirus, his past tweets paint a different picture.
While the world focuses on the coronavirus, people in China with other illnesses may pay a price long after the outbreak ends
"People with preexisting conditions, they're the ones who may suffer," Tolbert Nyenswah, a senior researcher at Johns Hopkins University, said.
The virus has killed more than 100 people so far.