Weekly Security Digest - April 5, 2020
As coronavirus cases have jumped in recent days, China misled the world by purposely underreporting its numbers of patients and deaths, three U.S. intelligence officials say.
Coronavirus update: The plaintiffs have sought USD 20 trillion, which is a bigger amount than China's GDP, claiming coronavirus is the result of a biological weapon prepared by the Chinese authorities
A parolee who was released from a halfway house due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19 allegedly broke into a random woman’s home and threatened to cut her head off with a serrated knife.
The president tweeted on Saturday that news is flooded with unsourced claims that can't be verified. This is perhaps the most dangerous part of the entire pandemic. No one knows what the truth is.
Two Republican congressmen on Tuesday introduced legislation to reclaim the $25 million allocated in the recent coronavirus stimulus bill to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as reports emerged Tuesday that the opera house will furlough roughly 60 percent of its full-time administrative staff after already suspending pay for more than 700 part-time employees and musicians.
Thank you to Michael L. Harris for submitting Harold E. Harris, MD to be featured as Secure America Now's Veteran of the Week!
"Army Medical Corps, WWII. Served in Africa and on troop transport ships treating injured soldiers. Dad always liked to tell about having lunch with General Patton and his pearl handled sidearms. Of course, there were several hundred other Officers there at the same time."
Thank you, Harold, for your service!
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