Episode: The Latest: Why President Trump Changed His Tone on the Coronavirus


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The Latest: Why President Trump Changed His Tone on the Coronavirus

On Monday, President Trump announced sweeping new guidelines to control the spread of the coronavirus. Among them: encouraging Americans to work from home and to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people. We look at a report that may have inspired the president’s change in tone — and whether U.S. hospitals are prepared for the potentially staggering projections.

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