Tim Fitzsimons9h ago / 11:08 PM UTCThe October 2020 deadline for compliance with the federal REAL ID program is postponed indefinitely, President Trump announced Monday.The REAL ID Act was passed after the 9/11 attacks and sought to make all state-issued identification cards more secure with uniform national standards.Just before the coronavirus epidemic began to sweep the United States, NBC News reported that airports warned of “chaos” if Trump did not postpone the October 2020 deadline because so few Americans had obtained the new type of identification, which usually are marked with a star on the front of the card.Trump on Monday said the new deadline would be announced “in a very short moment.”Mike Hixenbaugh10h ago / 10:41 PM UTCNew York first state to test treatment with blood from recovered patientsArmy Spc. Reagan Long and Pfc. Naomi Velez register people at a coronavirus mobile testing center in New Rochelle, N.Y., on March 14.U.S. Army National Guard / via Reuters fileHoping to stem the toll of the state’s surging coronavirus outbreak, New York health officials plan to begin collecting plasma from people who have recovered and injecting the antibody-rich fluid into patients still fighting the virus.Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the plans during

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