This 9 May 2020 video from India says about itself:
U.S Vice President Mike Pence‘s press secretary Katie Miller has tested positive for COVID-19. The diagnosis of Katie Miller has raised an alarm about the spread of coronavirus within the White House. Katie Miller is married to President Donald Trump‘s aide Stephen Miller who is working as White House Immigration Adviser.
Strikes and workers’ protests mount against “back to work” campaign. By Shannon Jones, 9 May 2019. The incompetence and callous disregard for human life by the capitalist authorities in country after country is fueling an upsurge in the class struggle.
Why are thermal imaging cameras being deployed in US workplaces? By Kevin Reed, 9 May 2020. Since many infected people are asymptomatic, thermal imaging scanners in workplaces have more to do with the erection of a repressive apparatus than with fighting the pandemic.
Number of COVID-19 cases hits 4 million worldwide. By Benjamin Mateus, 9 May 2020. The number of deaths has exceeded 275,000 and infections are growing. Yet, the stock markets continue to rise, despite unprecedented job losses.
Children in US and UK dying from syndrome linked to COVID-19. By Jacob Crosse, 9 May 2020. At least two children in the US and one in the UK have died from the newly identified pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome, which is believed to be related to COVID-19.
US state governments of Virginia and Maryland plan to reopen businesses. By Ray Coleman and Nick Barrickman, 9 May 2020. Despite lack of scientific evidence that the pandemic has been contained, Virginia and Maryland governments have announced plans to begin reopening businesses this week.
Over the past two weeks, an emergency medical technician and an ER doctor working in New York City, the hardest-hit region in the US, committed suicide after an avalanche of COVID-19 patients began flooding New York City’s hospitals and emergency rooms. Psychiatric experts are warning that these tragic deaths could very well be a harbinger for an intensifying mental health crisis in the US, especially as federal officials and state governments move to reopen the economy and risk the lives of millions with a still rising infection rate: here.
COVID-19 cases skyrocket among the US homeless population. By Renae Cassimeda, 9 May 2020. Infection rates are rising among the homeless, many of whom are dying in the shadows and will not be counted in the COVID death toll.