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Ryan Struyk
I work for . Michigan native. grad. Recovering math major. Christian. ENTJ. #1 fan of , and .
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Jake Tapper 56m
Walking back to my office from the studio
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Leana Wen, M.D. 2h
This is unbelievable. Mark Meadows on : "We're not going to control the virus." The Trump admin is finally clear about their national strategy: capitulation.
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"We are not going to control the pandemic," tells on .
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CNN: 57 million ballots have been cast nationwide, more than four in 10 total ballots cast in the 2016 election.
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The United States is now reporting a rolling average of 66,970 new coronavirus cases per day, surpassing the 66,755 cases per day average on July 22 for the highest seven-day rolling average since the pandemic began, according to data from CNN and Johns Hopkins University.
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"It's going away. It's rounding the turn," Trump tells a Wisconsin crowd as reported US coronavirus cases climb above 80,000 for the second consecutive day.
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FAUCI: "Avoid crowds." REDFIELD: "Avoid crowds." BIRX: "Avoid crowds." GIROIR: "Avoid crowds." TRUMP: "BIG CROWD"
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Ryan Struyk 17h
"You know why we have cases? Because we test so much," Trump tells a North Carolina crowd, falsely. In the last month: - Cases are up 46% - Hospitalizations are up 35% - Tests are up 16%
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Trump says people are turning out to vote "because they're tired of all of this stuff."
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Ryan Struyk 17h
"If Joe Biden and his Democrat socialists gain power, they will delay the vaccine," Trump says without evidence.
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Ryan Struyk 17h
"We're rounding the turn. We're doing great," Trump tells a North Carolina rally as the number of US coronavirus cases reaches a new record high on Friday. "Our numbers are incredible."
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Governor Gretchen Whitmer 20h
We are seeing an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases in Michigan right now. It is vital that we wear masks, avoid large gatherings, and practice physical distancing. Your fellow Michiganders and our frontline health care workers are counting on each one of us to do the right thing.
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Ryan Struyk 21h
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CNN: 8.5 million people in the United States have tested positive for coronavirus.
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CNN: 224,000 people in the United States have died from coronavirus.
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Ryan Struyk Oct 24
President Trump casts his ballot this morning in Florida: "I voted for a guy named Trump."
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Ryan Struyk Oct 24
Average new cases/day: Today's avg: 63,228 2 days ago: 59,990 4 days ago: 58,397 6 days ago: 55,493 8 days ago: 53,405 10 days ago: 51,038 12 days ago: 49,475 14 days ago: 47,956 16 days ago: 45,754 18 days ago: 44,482 20 days ago: 43,306 22 days ago: 42,734 24 days ago: 42,002
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Ryan Struyk Oct 24
The United States is now averaging 63,228 new coronavirus cases per day, the highest seven-day rolling average since July 31, according to data from CNN and Johns Hopkins University.
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Ryan Struyk Oct 24
CNN: The United States reported 83,757 new coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest number of new cases in a single day since the pandemic began.
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Ryan Struyk Oct 23
Today is the highest new coronavirus cases per day via and Johns Hopkins University: **Oct 23: 80,005** July 16: 77,255 July 24: 73,715 July 22: 71,695 Oct 22: 71,671 July 17: 71,558 July 29: 70,776 Oct 16: 69,156 July 23: 68,663 July 30: 67,619 July 14: 67,417
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Ryan Struyk Oct 23
At least 80,005 people in the United States tested positive for coronavirus on Friday, the highest number of new cases in a single day since the pandemic began, according to data from CNN and Johns Hopkins University.
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