Pentagon Approves Housing to Quarantine 1,000

 

As the Trump administration makes preparations for more cases of nCoV19 in the U.S. as per the recent warning from the WHO and the Pentagon has approved a request for quarantine-housing for 1,000 people, the number of confirmed nCoV19 cases has risen to 14,642.

Beijing has been critical of the restrictions implemented by the Trump administration and similar measures implemented by other countries to limit their populations’ exposure to nCoV19.

Doctor Judy Stone, a senior contributor to Forbes.com, wrote an article that was published on February 1, 2020.

In her piece, Stone argues the Trump administration’s recent travel restrictions and its mandate of federal quarantines to limit the risk of nCoV19 spreading within the U.S. flies in the face of public health recommendations made by the experts that participated in Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security’s recent “Event 201” exercise

 

 

Dr. Stone’s Forbes Article

3 thoughts on “Pentagon Approves Housing to Quarantine 1,000”

  1. Dear Nancy:

    Just curious as to why you don’t allow comments after your videos. And now you don’t respond to emails. Unsure in Chicago. 🤷🏻‍♀️

    Maureen

    On Sun, Feb 2, 2020 at 1:57 PM Headlines with a Voice wrote:

    > headlineswithavoice posted: ” As the Trump administration makes > preparations for more cases of nCoV19 in the U.S. as per the recent warning > from the WHO and the Pentagon has approved a request for quarantine-housing > for 1,000 people, the number of confirmed nCoV19 case” >

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    1. Dear Maureen:

      I respond to emails as soon as I am able to. I’m just one person running my YouTube channel, this website and three channels on Roku, FireTV and AndroidTV. 🙂

      As to your question about comments being disabled on my YouTube channel:

      I made the decision to disable comments across my entire channel when YouTube informed content creators they would use how the community “interacted” in a channel’s comment section when determining whether to issue strikes, suspend or delete a channel entirely. Disabling comments was a no-brainer after receiving YouTube’s policy update.

      Navigating the mine-field that is YouTube’s ever-changing and nebulous Terms of Service, as a conservative-news content creator, is an indescribable challenge I wouldn’t wish on anyone.

      Thank you, for your interest.

      Respectfully,

      Nancy Morgan Hart

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