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In Chicago's loop. The top U. S infectious disease expert testified today on the Corona virus before Senate lawmakers in Washington. W gives Kelly Davis has details, the CDC says this is just the beginning of a dangerous new wave of covert 19 cases. Right now, 36 states are seeing a rapid rise and infections. Clearly we're not in total control right now. Dr Anthony Fauci testified on Capitol Hill today as several states struggled to contain the virus. Our expectation is That next week, our numbers will be worse. It will take several weeks for the mitigations that we have put in place and are putting in place to take effect. But they will take a fact. Arizona, Florida, Texas and several states in the South and West are among the hardest hit. They've started scaling back on reopening plans in placing further restrictions on businesses. We've got to make sure that when states start to try and open again They need to follow the guidelines that have been very carefully laid out. With regard to check points ahead of the CDC testified as well that among the most powerful tools available to combat the Corona virus continue to be social distancing the use of face coverings in public and frequent hand washing. A growing number of lawmakers calling upon President Trump to respond to allegations that Russia offered bounties on American troops in Afghanistan. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said today. The president has now officially been briefed White House stands by its statement that the intelligence on the allegation was unverifiable and that that is why the president did not initially received verbal briefing on the matter. Mississippi has officially remove the Confederate battle emblem from its state flag. Governor Tate Reeves at this evening's bill signing ceremony, said Mississippi needs new symbol and that he understands there are some people out there who are not happy to see that change. They fear a chain reaction of events erasing our history. A history that is no doubt complicated and in perfect I understand those concerns, and I'm determined to protect Mississippi from that dangerous outcome. The measure to get rid of the old design was passed by the Mississippi State Legislature two days ago. Again the governor signing it into law tonight.

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