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Fauci: No scientific evidence the coronavirus was made in a Chinese lab

Fauci: Virus not man made

Fauci is most concerned that the United States will be put to the test this fall and winter by a second wave of COVID-19 if the country does not blunt the infection rate by the summer.

“Shame on us if we don't have enough tests by the time this so-called return might occur in the fall and winter,” he says, advising that the U.S. needs to make sure we not only have an adequate supply of tests available before a second wave hits, but also a system for getting those tests to the people who most need them.

“I don't think there's a chance that this virus is just going to disappear,” he says. “It's going to be around, and if given the opportunity, it will resurge.” As such, Fauci says the U.S. should also focus this summer on properly reinforcing the nation’s health care system, ensuring the availability of hospital beds, ventilators, and personal protective equipment for health care workers.

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'Not over yet': Joe Biden tells USWNT to keep fighting for equal pay, calls out U.S. Soccer

Women's soccer suit for equal pay thrown out of court

After a federal judge in California on Friday threw out the U.S. women's national soccer team's claim of unequal pay compared to the men's team, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden tweeted his support of the women.

"Don't give up this fight," read a tweet posted on Biden's official account on Saturday. "This is not over yet."

The former vice president also called out U.S. Soccer and laid out in plain terms what the consequences would be if the organization did not pony up for equal pay.

"Equal pay, now," Biden tweeted. "Or else when I'm president, you can go elsewhere for World Cup funding."

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Largest analysis of hydroxychloroquine use finds no benefit, increased deaths

Hydroxuchloroquine has no value against COVID-19
Ananiti-malaria drug touted by President Trump as a
"game changer" for COVID-19 showed no benefit, according to an analysis of patients hospitalized in Veterans Health Administration medical centers.

The analysis found the two primary outcomes for people treated with hydroxychloroquine were death and the need for mechanical ventilation.

The analysis was conducted retrospectively, based on data from patients hospitalized with confirmed COVID-19 infections in all VA medical centers until April 11, 2020.

TVNL Comment: Read the second paragraph carefully.  Self-anointed Dr. Trump is a charleton.

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Landmark skull fossil provides surprising human evolution clues

Landmark skull fossilScientists have solved a longstanding mystery over the age of a landmark skull found in 1921 in Zambia - the first fossil of an extinct human species discovered in Africa - in research with big implications for deciphering the origin of our own species.

The study published on Wednesday involved the so-called Broken Hill skull, also called the Kabwe skull in recognition of a nearby town, discovered by a Swiss miner working in the Broken Hill lead and zinc mine in what was then Northern Rhodesia. Until now, scientists had been in the dark about how old it was, making it difficult to know its place on the human family tree.

But two sophisticated dating methods have determined the skull to be about 299,000 years old, plus or minus 25,000 years, said geochronologist Rainer Grün of Griffith University in Australia, lead author of the study published in the journal Nature. Some experts had hypothesized it was 500,000 years old.

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64-year-old becomes oldest woman to row across Atlantic Ocean

Sarah Brewer, oldest to row across Atlantic

A 64-year-old who only took up rowing six years ago has become the oldest woman to row an ocean after crossing the Atlantic in 86 days. Sara Brewer achieved the feat alongside her rowing partner, Ann Prestidge, 35.

The pair completed the Talisker Whisky Atlantic challenge on just two meals a day after running out of food. The race took them more than a fortnight longer than they had anticipated after they battled 20-metre (65ft) high waves, fought through numerous storms, suffered broken oars and injuries.

The pair set off from La Gomera, the Canary Islands, on 12 December last year, rowing 3,000 miles (4,828km) to reach the shores of Antigua on 7 March – just in time for International Women’s Day.

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Coronavirus live updates: Grand Princess docks today; stock market freefall; no tennis at Indian Wells

Corona virus updates

Two members of Congress have quarantined themselves. The stock market is in freefall. Seattle is under siege.

And a tainted cruise ship will finally dock in California sometime Monday with at least 21 infected people.

The coronavirus showed no signs of slowing its spread across the United States as confirmed cases surpassed 560 across 34 states and the District of Columbia.  The U.S. death toll rose to 22, while the worldwide total approached 4,000.

Iowa was among the latest states to report an encounter with the coronavirus as Gov. Kim Reynolds announced three presumptive positive cases. All three people were on a cruise through Egypt and are now isolated at home, Reynolds told reporters.

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Barr has told those close to Trump he is considering quitting over the president’s tweets about Justice Dept. investigations

AG Barr suggests he might resign over tweets

Attorney General William P. Barr has told people close to President Trump — both inside and outside the White House — that he is considering quitting over Trump’s tweets about Justice Department investigations, three administration officials said, foreshadowing a possible confrontation between the president and his attorney general over the independence of the Justice Department.

So far, Trump has defied Barr’s requests, both public and private, to keep quiet on matters of federal law enforcement. It was not immediately clear Tuesday whether Barr had made his posture known directly to Trump. The administration officials said Barr seemed to be sharing his position with advisers in hopes the president would get the message that he should stop weighing in publicly on the Justice Department’s ongoing criminal investigations.

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