Janelle Griffith21h ago / 10:15 PM UTCA teenager in Lancaster, California, who may have died from the coronavirus last week, was turned away from an urgent care because he did not have health insurance, the city’s mayor said.In a video posted to YouTube on Wednesday, Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris said the 17-year-old had been sick for a few days and had no previous health conditions.”The Friday before he died, he was healthy. He was socializing with his friends,” Parris said. “By Wednesday, he was dead.” Parris said the teen went to an urgent care March 18.”He did not have insurance, so they did not treat him,” Parris said, adding the boy was sent to a hospital.Read the full story here. Dartunorro Clark21h ago / 9:59 PM UTCTrump invokes Defense Production Act to force GM to make ventilatorsPresident Donald Trump invoked the sparsely used Defense Production Act on Friday to order the Department of Health and Human Services to compel General Motors to manufacturer ventilators after he sharply criticized the company for slow-walking production.”Our negotiations with GM regarding its ability to supply ventilators have been productive, but our fight against the virus is too urgent to allow the give-and-take of the contracting process to continue to run its normal

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