— David Miliband (@DMiliband) March 26, 2020
Clap for Carers: UK in 'emotional' tribute to NHS and care workers https://t.co/liQUlSHPVT
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) March 26, 2020
“That miracle, that wonder of the world, which I really do believe the NHS is, that was born on the battlefield, has now become the battlefield.
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) March 26, 2020
THANK YOU everyone who took part in #ClapForTheNHS and #ClapForOurCarers tonight. This is just the tail end outside our hospital's A&E but a special #ThankYou to @MPSIslington for turning on their blue lights so that staff could see even if they couldn't hear 💙 pic.twitter.com/Pqn8oW8vIE
— Whittington Health NHS Trust (@WhitHealth) March 26, 2020
Balham, Earlsfield, Furzedown, Tooting and beyond – we did our wonderful NHS staff proud tonight!
— Dr Rosena Allin-Khan (@DrRosena) March 26, 2020
— BBC News NI (@BBCNewsNI) March 26, 2020
— Manchester News MEN (@MENnewsdesk) March 26, 2020
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) March 26, 2020
JUST IN: The U.S. now has the most reported coronavirus cases in the world, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
Confirmed coronavirus cases by the numbers, as of 6 p.m. EST:
🇺🇸 U.S. – 82,404
🇨🇳 China – 81,782
🇮🇹 Italy – 80,589
— NPR (@NPR) March 26, 2020
It’s important to remember why the US has the most Covid19 cases of any country in the world.
We aren’t the biggest country that’s affected, or the first, or the densest, or the one with the poorest health care system.
We are the country with the least competent leader.
— Eli Pariser (@elipariser) March 26, 2020
Trump, who reportedly ignored a pandemic response playbook put together during the Obama years, claims nobody could've seen a pandemic coming and tries to blame Obama for his lack of preparation pic.twitter.com/7rjpwb7V5X
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 26, 2020
We’ll reach the heat death of the universe without any of the producers and executives at television news organizations demonstrating they’ve learned a single thing from 2016. https://t.co/6zVghVKPeX
— Greg Greene (@ggreeneva) March 26, 2020
Still hard to believe we have a president who had a two month head start to prepare for an obvious crisis and didn’t because he thought admitting it would hurt him personally. It is unforgivable. https://t.co/3d2WQCxER1
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) March 26, 2020
I’m worried about emerging situations in New Orleans, Dallas, Atlanta, Miami, Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia, among others. In China no province outside Hubei ever had more than 1,500 cases. In U.S. 11 states already hit that total. Our epidemic is likely to be national in scope. pic.twitter.com/jfN6YYRT07
— Scott Gottlieb, MD (@ScottGottliebMD) March 27, 2020
Trump refused to take the threat of the coronavirus seriously, now he won’t take responsibility as his administration has been totally unprepared for this crisis. pic.twitter.com/Jdh1GY9HHS
— Priorities USA (@prioritiesUSA) March 23, 2020
Trump is threatening to take away licenses from television stations if they air an ad that is critical of his response to the coronavirus.
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) March 27, 2020
Trump’s request to relax social distancing guidelines comes a day after more than 14,000 cases of coronavirus were reported in the US. https://t.co/Lcm46PR3kN
— Vox (@voxdotcom) March 26, 2020
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell blames Trump for her not canceling Mardi Gras: "When it’s not taken seriously at the federal level. It’s very difficult to transcend down to the local level in making these decisions." pic.twitter.com/JF1VgNsJHB
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 26, 2020
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) March 26, 2020
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she expects ‘a strong bipartisan vote’ on a $2 trillion economic stimulus package, and credited Democrats for winning worker-friendly concessions from the Republican-controlled Senate https://t.co/U4MR3ATHpe pic.twitter.com/75OcuBd96Y
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 26, 2020
Who got special deals in the stimulus and why they got them https://t.co/b3Ph2fpVe0
— Caitlin Emma (@caitlinzemma) March 26, 2020
Portrait of a country that will soon be open for business. pic.twitter.com/Bj85M0QFRp
— Simon Marks (@SimonMarksFSN) March 26, 2020
Dow closes up about 6.25% on worst unemployment claims data in recorded history.
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) March 26, 2020
That’s a great front…
Tomorrow’s @nytimes tonight (first edition):
— Tom Jolly (@TomJolly) March 27, 2020