Under pressure from Latino groups, the Trump administration posted a Spanish translation of the president’s latest and strictest coronavirus guidelines on the websites of the White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.The Spanish-language version of “15 Days to Slow the Spread” was posted late Thursday afternoon, three days after it was released in English.The translation comes after complaints from Latino groups who said they were scrambling to fill the gap in information for Spanish-dominant speakers.Among the guidance that had not been provided in Spanish on the public sites was advice to limit gatherings to 10 people or fewer.Full coverage of the coronavirus outbreakPresident Donald Trump released the guidance Monday, signaling growing urgency around containing COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. On Thursday, Latino groups said the Spanish-language guidance was overdue.”President Trump has failed to recognize he serves all Americans, and that includes the millions of people in the United States who primarily speak Spanish or some other language at home,” said Rep. Tony Cárdenas, D-Calif., chairman of Bold PAC, the political fundraising arm of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.The Morning RundownGet a head start on the morning’s top stories.Darryl Morin, president and board chairman of Forward Latino,

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