What the U.S. federal government is doing to fight COVID-19
In the U.S., nearly 100 people have died from novel coronavirus among 5,200 confirmed cases. With the infection expected to spread more broadly and businesses and organizations shutting down, what is the latest federal government response? Lisa Desjardins, Yamiche Alcindor and Nick Schifrin join Judy Woodruff to discuss efforts by Congress, the White House and the Departments of Defense and State.
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