Coronavirus Journal: March 31st
Yesterday, we discussed why it’s a strange week in America.
Today, US deaths from Coronavirus have topped 3,000. New York is the current epicenter. Michigan cases are doubling every 3 days. While most school semesters have been canceled throughout the country, Los Angeles students were expected to enroll in an online curriculum. 15,000 of those students have simply not started their online classes.
In New York, an emergency hospital is being erected by Samaritan’s purse, and the USNS Comfort ship arrived yesterday to assist with the medical care for the city.
President Trump exhibited a test in the Rose Garden yesterday that can detect the Coronavirus in just a few minutes, raising hopes that we will be able to have more accurate numbers now on what the infected rates are in the country which have been assumed to be low due to a lack of testing.
In New York, the Empire state Building had a light display yesterday to honor medical workers and first responders, but it left some Americans confused.
A Van Gogh has been stolen from a dutch museum that was closed due to Coronavirus.
Also, a Brooklyn man was arrested by the FBI while being investigated for hoarding medical masks and coughing on the agents investigating at his home yesterday.
What do you think of it all? Let me know in the comments below.