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China government spokesman says U.S. military may have brought virus to China
    -     U.S. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien said the speed of               China's reaction to the emergence of the coronavirus had                     probably cost the world two months 

    -    Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said it was the            United States that lacked transparency.
Trump Throws Surveillance Bill Into Chaos With Implicit Veto Threat 
[New York Times]
     -    If Mr. Trump does derail the effort by congressional leaders of              both parties to get some kind of bill passed by Sunday, the F.B.I.            would at least temporarily lose three powers that lawmakers              created after the Sept. 11 attacks. 
The latest on what's purculating in the news.
Additional coronavirus cases in Michigan, bringing total to 12
[Click On Detroit]

BANGER NOTE : Reports that Windsor Machine in Taylor is shut down for                     the time being after a worker there was thought to have                     coronavirus.   

                    The facility isn't far from the banger studios.   

EXCLUSIVE     : The John Lebang show has spoken to an person with                           knowledge of the situation.  They confirm the facility will                     be shut until Monday.  
                    "Patient Zero had contact with several employees
Trump declares national emergency
[Yahoo News]
    -    Freeing up as much as $50 billion for state and local                            governments to respond to the outbreak.

    -    Trump also said he himself had yet to be tested for the virus,            despite exposure to people who have since tested positive for it.

BANGER NOTE :   Complete analysis of the speech is coming.  Stay tuned
National Guard activated in six states, more to come.
[Military Times]

     -    The governors of Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, New York, Rhode Island           and Washington have all activated components of their Army               and Air National Guard

    -    At the national level, Guard members are training personnel on            COVID-19 response, identifying and preparing National Guard                facilities for use as isolation housing, and compiling state                    medical supply inventories

    -    Currently, 33 states have declared states of emergencies to                mobilize greater resources and streamline responses