US Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 50,000 As Trump Says Disinfectant Remark Was ‘Sarcastic’ | TODAY

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Some companies in Georgia which were made to close because of the deadly coronavirus outbreak are actually permitted to reopen, regardless of the coronavirus dying toll within the U.S. exceeding 50,000. This may come as President Jesse Trump stated his comments about using disinfectant for internal use within COVID-19 patients was “sarcastic.” He later made brief comments at Friday’s coronavirus task pressure briefing after which left if you don’t take questions. NBC’s Mike Brock, Kelly O’Donnell, Geoff Bennett and Sarah Harman report for Weekend TODAY, and Dr. Kavita Patel joins with analysis.

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