Adam Edelman2h ago / 4:19 PM UTCJoe Biden, in the first live appearance he’s made in days, told supporters Monday that while President Donald Trump is not to blame for coronavirus, he “does bear responsibility for our response.”In a virtual event livestreamed on his campaign website, Biden, who in recent days had held only telephone calls with reporters, called on the federal government to coordinate the acquisition and dissemination of critical medical supplies to states “so we don’t have governors competing against one another” for the equipment. That call echoed one made by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Biden also praised several Republican governors for how they were handling their states’ response to the pandemic — including Ohio’s Mike DeWine, Massachusetts’ Charlie Baker and Maryland’s Larry Hogan — before calling on Congress to make sure the aid packages for large corporations include “an enforceable commitment that they will keep workers on the payroll.””No blank checks,” Biden said.Daniella Silva56m ago / 5:25 PM UTCCoronavirus cases reach more than 20,000 in New YorkThe number of coronavirus cases in New York state has grown to more than 20,000, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.There were 20,875 cases statewide as of Monday morning, with 12,305 in

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