Americans face nearly unprecedented travel restrictions inside US as states rush to stem coronavirus tide
As more and more Americans fall ill with the coronavirus and President Trump warns it will peak sometime in April, states nationwide are moving quickly to implement travel restrictions on people coming in from other parts of the country, regulating the interstate travel of Americans to an extent not seen in modern American history.
Sunday Washington Gov Inslee brushed off President Donald Trump’s “snake” insult, saying he was more focused on a bipartisan effort to deal with the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases on Sunday warned limiting the scope of the coronavirus outbreak is “not encouraging because we’re seeing community spread.”
Italy has placed up to 16 million people under quarantine as it battles to contain the spread of coronavirus. Anyone living in Lombardy and 14 other central and northern provinces will need special permission to travel. Milan and Venice are both affected.
A federal appeals court said it will prevent the government from making asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for U.S. court hearings starting next week unless the Supreme Court steps in sooner.
House debates coronavirus stimulus bill as GOP rep faces backlash over threat to force recorded vote
Friday the House began debate on the massive $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package aimed at reducing the spread of the disease and keeping Americans financially afloat as businesses shut down to limit social contact according to guidelines from the federal and state governments.
Top Republican senators, led by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., plan to meet Thursday at the White House with President Trump to discuss possible immigration measures in case the Supreme Court strikes down an Obama-era ruling shielding illegal immigrants from deportation, Fox News has learned — a push likely to revive concerns among Trump’s base of an election-year “amnesty” push.