The acknowledgment came after a reported move to Los Angeles and a tweet from President Donald Trump.
It all started when newspaper delivery man Greg Dailey was grocery shopping, when he realized some of his elderly customers might need help. Now he puts a note inside every paper offering to pick up essentials. Greg is just one example of how Americans are looking out for their neighbors during these difficult times.
Thousands are left picking up the pieces after tornadoes tore through the South and Midwest, with the mayor of Jonesboro, Arkansas saying she thinks the stay-at-home order because of the coronavirus may have saved lives. A doctor, seen in a widely shared photo high-fiving his son through a glass door, had his entire house destroyed.
There are now disaster declarations in three more states as coronavirus concerns grow in the U.S. Some areas are going to extremes to slow the spread, with Florida screening motorists from hotspots like New York or Louisiana. There are concerns about a shortage of supplies in hard-hit states as convention centers across the country are turned into hospitals.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, warned the U.S. could see millions of coronavirus cases and some 100,000 deaths. The CDC issued a travel advisory for hard-hit New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, with those states’ governors saying the advisory is already in practice. New York is the epicenter of the outbreak in the U.S. and extended its stay-at-home order through April 15.