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President Trump Leaves Walter Reed And Returns To The White House

his medical team warned: “he may not entirely be out of the woods yet”

WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Trump was discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and returned to the White House on Monday evening to continue his fight against the novel coronavirus, after his medical team warned that he “may not entirely be out of the woods yet.” Dressed in a navy suit and tie and wearing a face mask, Trump walked…

North Dakota First Lady Joins First Lady In Supporting Workers In Recovery

Roundtable Event Held At The White House

THE WHITE HOUSE — “And that’s why I also want to give a shout-out to First Lady Burgum from North Dakota who has been very public with her story. That’s how you bust stigma.” High praise for North Dakota’s First Lady Kathryn Burgum at The White House from the U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams. Burgum taking part in a…

Cass And Grand Forks Counties Still Hotspots For COVID-19

83% of Active Cases Are In Those Two North Dakota Counties

BISMARCK, N.D. — Eighty-three percent of all COVID-19 active cases in North Dakota are in Cass and Grand Forks counties. The state has 665 active cases. Gov. Doug Burgum says there have been a couple of small outbreaks at manufacturing centers in Fargo, although he didn’t specify which companies are impacted. Long-term care centers are still a hotspot for COVID-19….

Gov. Burgum talks with President Trump about ND’s coronavirus response

WASHINGTON – Gov. Doug Burgum, Sen. John Hoeven and Commerce Commissioner Michelle Kommer discuss North Dakota’s coronavirus response and reopening businesses with President Trump at The White House. Burgum thanked the president for the federal government working with North Dakota to approve the state’s disaster declaration and sending 1.5 million masks and 42 million gloves. He proudly talked about the…

Remdesivir Shipped To North Dakota & Other States, Burgum To Meet With President

two long-term care facilities in Minot and one in Fargo are refusing the mass testing for COVID-19.

BISMARCK, N.D. — The federal government is sending remdesivir to North Dakota and other states. The drug shows promise as a treatment for the coronavirus. They are sending a limited supply of a 10-day course of 11 vials per patient. “We’ve got the ability in this first shipment, there’s more shipments coming, but in the first shipment we’ve got enough…