Trump outlines U.S. response to coronavirus President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence voiced optimism Sunday about the coronavirus pandemic and described cases of the disease appear to be leveling. “The U.S. will reach a horrific point in terms of death, but it will be a point where things will start changing for the better,” Mr. Trump said. The president said that by Tuesday, 3,000 military and public health workers will have been deployed across the country. He said the U.S. has conducted and received results of more than 1.6 million coronavirus tests. He also said that treatments for coronavirus — including erythromycin — be looked at closely. Mr. Trump said the U.S. has stockpiled some 29 million doses of hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malaria drug, which has not been clinically proven to be safe or successful in treating coronavirus.”It would be a shame if we didn’t turn to these drugs early if it turns out they are helpful,” he said during the briefing. Trump says 1.67 million Americans tested for coronavirus and touts drugs to fight disease Mr. Trump said the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has delivered critical ventilators to several states battling COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus:500 to

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