Rhode Island To Begin Two-Week Pause To Battle Virus | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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Gov. Gina Raimondo, D-RI, has instituted a two-week pause in her state starting November 30 to help curb a rise in coronavirus cases. Gov. Raimondo joins Morning Joe to discuss. Aired on 11/20/2020.
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35 Comments on "Rhode Island To Begin Two-Week Pause To Battle Virus | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. I’m just here to watch the trolls scream “Tyranny!!”🤣

  2. We have a Trump lackey in Arizona an Ducy will not give a mask mandate if it means Trump will pout,so we here in AZ will be thinned out by all the deaths,please people mask keep your self an others safe,do what your State won’t take care of one another

  3. “are going to lose their jobs”
    yes, small businesses are going bankrupt while big Corps are making billions.

    • That’s Trumps Fault.

    • Matthew Smith Trump doesn’t want anything shutdown, neither do the Working Americans. We’ve all had time to see this virus is not worthy of destroying our way of life. My 84 yr old grandmother just tested negative after 2 1/2 weeks, my mom and her husband have had it as well. All are in the senior age that are most susceptible, all are fine. My daughter, principal’s list the last 5 years, struggled with the unorganized mess that was virtual learning. People are dying from other issues bc of Covid, not bc of Covid itself. The impact of depression, addiction and other issues far outweigh this BS of a virus. This is not a pandemic, it’s a plan.

    • Kenneth Wright | November 20, 2020 at 2:20 PM | Reply

      Gorilla Moto I’m very happy to hear that your relatives have recovered well from Covid 19. However we’re now at about 260,000 Americans who passed away from Covid 19 who are not doing well at all. While a lot of people believe this is simply like the flu trust me it is not, and the only plan is to get past this and get to a vaccination so we can live without getting sick from Covid 19. Please be respectful for those who did not make it and be grateful for your family that did. This Covid virus is real and it kills people quite handily.God bless you and your family.

  4. Close the school’s too.

  5. Leah Porter-Samuels | November 20, 2020 at 1:02 PM | Reply

    States take responsibility for there covid-19 response, at a time Trump worries about his lost election. The America people was safer to stayed in the WHO organization.

  6. If only the republican governors could be so responsible !!!!!!!!!! A wonderful and educated lady !!!!

  7. As a (currently) remote teacher in Oklahoma, I can agree with her on most points. But all she wants are good scores for state testing. State testing has been stopped here and we will lose money as a result, but health and safety is the priority. She says there’s no evidence suggesting schools are vetors for covid, but she’s completely wrong. Having spent a lot of time in the industry of youth-work, you can tell when someone has alterior motives.

  8. Damian Quintana | November 20, 2020 at 1:34 PM | Reply

    It does no good for a 2 week pause, if the entire country doesn’t coordinate together..

  9. The Zombie Whisperer | November 20, 2020 at 1:45 PM | Reply

    Waiting in cars for hours, sorry about that but after this past summer and the fires 🔥 a lot of people are living in their cars, I got lucky and got a small RV, in southwest Oregon at the time of the fires that was really hard to get.

  10. Keeping the schools open completely destroys any effect that the pause might have.

    It is worthless.

  11. having a big family gathering for Thanksgiving may mean having a small family funeral for Christmas.

  12. Donald Trump needs straight jacket and Silence of the Lambs mask soon as possible before there’s nothing left

  13. If you still believe its a hoax or fake news, then visit a hospital, a morgue, or funeral home.

  14. She seems so happy and proud to lock everyone up. Stay safe!

  15. Patricia Jones | November 20, 2020 at 2:48 PM | Reply

    Close down America! Give small business people the money to reopen. Make big corporations keep paying their employees for at least two months! Forget schools! Just forget it! Close down the country for two months!

  16. Wow,her schools Still have windows that open

  17. 1900+ dead in one day. Thank the government for that.

  18. Rhode Island was once the home of, Geezer, the giant tap-dancing octopuss.

  19. I live in Michigan and here we have some minor restrictions, but that didn’t stop the SNOWFLAKE wife of the Detroit Lions football team quarterback ( He makes 30 million a year) from crying on twitter that the governor of Michigan is a dictator becasue she can’t go out and have her hair, nails and make-up done at her favorite upscale spa. POOR BABY! How will she ever survive doing her own hair and nails???????????

    • she sounds like a real rich, entitled woman who has never worked a day in her life but has it all.

    • @DTBrown One famous story about her from the past is that she once threw a temper tantrum because the limousine driver didn’t stop close enough next to the private jet and she had to walk a whole 20 feet to get to the stairs.

  20. Ramon Punsalang | November 20, 2020 at 10:21 PM | Reply

    Schools not a vector for transmission? Is she serious? One HS in Israel had 130 Covid cases.

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