Allan Smith5h ago / 6:20 PM UTCMichigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announces a stay at home order to combat coronavirus on March 23, 2020.Julia Pickett / Michigan Office of the Governor via AP fileGovernors on Sunday reacted to comments President Donald Trump made last week musing whether injecting disinfectants into the body could cure COVID-19.”I think it’s critical that the president of the United States, when people are really scared and in the middle of this worldwide pandemic, that in these press conferences that we really get the facts out there,” Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, told CBS’ “Face The Nation.” “And unfortunately, some of the messaging has not been great.”On “This Week,” Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, said, “when the person with most powerful position on the planet is encouraging people to think about disinfectants, whether it was serious or not, people listen.”Read the full story here. Caitlin Fichtel and David K. Li5h ago / 6:15 PM UTCSmall businesses say they need more than 2 months of help to survive coronavirus crisisEven as a new round of billion-dollar relief hits Main Street this week, some small business owners fear the money still isn’t enough — and comes attached with


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