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mascarillas ffp2, CORONAVIRUS INFECTS US SOLDIER FOR FIRST TIME, MILITARY SAYS That is clearly lunacy, Chang said. The reason we don't have more cases in the U.S. right now is because we did issue those travel advisories [and] we did put people into quarantine. We have these travel restrictions. Chang said that the Chinese government has criticized the U.S. for taking those actions, but noted that Beijing is currently taking restrictive measures within its own country. If we didn't do this, we would be looking like Italy or South Korea, or God forbid, even worse right now, he said.

mascarillas ffp2 - CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP These are measures that people don't like -- I understand that. The point is [that] an epidemic is an extraordinary circumstance. If you are going to control it, you've got to do it fast. China has a problem now because it let the virus spread for six weeks, he said. The U.S. acted very, very quickly. Earlier Tuesday, Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel caught up with Nebraska Medicine Executive Director of Emergency Management and Biopreparedness Shelly Schwedhelm Tuesday night in Omaha, where she oversees the department tasked with monitoring Americans infected with coronavirus.

mascarillas ffp2, Schwedhelm told Tucker Carlson Tonight  that the patients are all in  stable condition and are doing very well. We're doing our best to get them whatever they need to be comfortable, and working through all the issues that they have ... with lost luggage and other things,  she added. Fox News' Yael Halon contributed to this report.

mascarillas ffp2 - Fox News contributor Karl Rove breaks down the Democrats' politicization of the coronavirus on 'Hannity.' Fox News contributor Karl Rove slammed Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., Tuesday for politicizing the Trump administration's effort to contain and prepare for the spread of coronavirus within the United States. This is shameful on Schumer's part, Rove said on Hannity. Schumer criticized the White House's handling of the outbreak on the Senate floor earlier in the day, calling its efforts towering and dangerous incompetence. He was responding to the administration's request to Congress on Monday for $2.5 billion in supplemental spending to help combat the global outbreak.

mascarillas ffp2 - NEBRASKA NURSE OVERSEEING QUARANTINE OF US CORONAVIRUS PATIENTS SAYS THEY ARE 'DOING VERY WELL' The request included $1.25 billion in new money, with the rest coming from unspent funds. The measure would help the federal government, as well as state and local agencies, prepare to respond to an outbreak and allocate cash for vaccine development. However, Schumer found the ask far too low to properly combat the novel virus. Stop it, Schumer, Rove said before explaining that the $2.5 billion ask was determined by a group assembled by the president, which includes Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Director Robert Redfield, National Institute of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci, acting Homeland Security Secretary, Chad Wolf, and the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar.