Heritage Foundation Launches National Coronavirus Recovery Commission

 
 
Apr 07, 2020
 

Good morning from Washington, where President Trump continues to tout a proven anti-malaria drug as a promising treatment for COViD-19. What is it all about? Fred Lucas reports on that and the latest on the fight against the coronavirus. The Heritage Foundation stands up a commission to plan for the nation's rebound. Rachel del Guidice has details. The podcast welcomes homeland security chief Chad Wolf and journalist-Antifa critic Andy Ngo. Plus: China's deception, what millennials can do, and a little optimism, please. Seventy-five years ago today, U.S. air-launched torpedoes sink the Japanese battleship Yamato, called the greatest such vessel in the world, off the coast of Okinawa.

 
 
 
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By Rachel del Guidice

"Good public health policy is good economic policy," says Heritage Foundation President Kay C. James. "Saving lives and saving livelihoods are part of the same road to recovery that we need to pursue today."
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By Fred Lucas

The federal government has stockpiled 29 million pills of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as the best known way to treat active cases of COVID-19, and thousands of patients in New York will take it.
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By Fred Lucas

Hospitals have lacked testing for coronavirus, and were running low on supplies such as face masks, food and toilet paper, according to a government audit issued Monday.
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By Rachel del Guidice

"It may take someone seven minutes, eight minutes, 10 minutes, 12 minutes to get above and around that wall. What that allows us to do is [place] the Border Patrol agents waiting for him," says acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf.
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By Virginia Allen

Make a list of everyone in your life who is over the age of 60—neighbors, relatives, and co-workers—and ask them if they need groceries or vitamins or anything else from the drugstore.
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By Cal Thomas

Let's "accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative." We'll feel better and it might have a side effect of benefiting our immune systems.
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By Brett Schaefer

Beijing is desperately trying to reshape perceptions of the COVID-19 situation to its advantage. The World Health Organization and its director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, appear to have been willing pawns in Beijing's gambit.
 
     
 
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