Denmark passes new law giving government power to test, treat, quarantine, and vaccinate the public, while US official talk with tech companies about using mobile phone data, including GPS, to stop spread of COVID-19.
Joe Jordan, an American contractor working for the US military in Daegu, South Korea explains how the South Korean government “flattened the curve” of COVID-19 and shares what we can expect here in the US in the coming weeks.
Joe Jordan, president and co-founder of CE4 Research Group, joins us from Daegu, South Korea to discuss the steps taken by the South Korean government to rein in SARS-CoV-2 and what we Americans can expect in the weeks ahead.
Markets dropped like millstones after the Fed dropped its main interest rate to 0% Sunday night, suggesting that it wasn’t enough—and that investors realize the Fed can’t do much more to keep the economy afloat
COVID-19 compelled President Trump to take strong measures this week, suspending travel from Europe and promising financial relief. We discuss the spread of the virus, its economic impact, and the claim that the virus was triggered by 5G radio waves.