When my grandma died in early March, every pew in the local Methodist church was full and many others, unable to find a seat, congregated along the walls.
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Voters generally approve of Donald Trump’s economic policies -- but give him low marks on health care, according to recent polls. The president, unsurprisingly, is grumbling. He recently chewed out Alex Azar, ordering his Health and Human Services secretary to make progress on reducing drug prices.
The governor this week took another extraordinary step in trying to slow the spread of COVID-19 and preserve the lives and health of Oklahomans. On Tuesday he instituted a Safer at Home policy telling the elderly and those with compromised immune systems or other underlying health concerns to stay home until April 30 except to go to the grocery or drug store.
Top U.S. health officials recently delivered a sobering message: Americans must prepare for the inevitable spread of the coronavirus within the United States.
In 2018, an estimated 36,560 people died in auto accidents in this country. Last year similar numbers will be documented and recorded into the historical record. That is over 11 deaths per 100,000.