As per reports, 2,700 people have died with 80,000 infected. That is a death rate of 3%. While coronavirus has a much lower death rate than SARS did, it has a MUCH higher infection rate.
Less advanced countries are experiencing higher death rates so that number can change. Also high density populations of course are experiencing higher infection rates.
HR 1365 Passed by the United States Senate
With unanimous consent HR 1365 passed the United States Senate on the evening of February 12th in Washington D.C. H.R. 1365 corrects technical deficiencies in the Guam World War II Loyalty Recognition Act to enable adjudicated War Claimants to be paid.
Congressman San Nicolas seeks Territory recognition in Statuary Hall
Within the Capitol of the United States is Statuary Hall, the original floor of the House of Representatives that now houses and displays statues of historic figures chosen, commissioned, and dedicated by each of the 50 States.
Territories are not represented among the historic figures.
Congressman San Nicolas offers clarity on local war claims MOA
While much coverage surrounds the news of an MOA to pay War Claims with local funds, many details are being left out.
Congressman San Nicolas seeks Senate Representation for U.S. Territories
For the second time in 10 months Congressman San Nicolas has secured Puerto Rico's official support for SSI for Guam from a second Puerto Rico Governor.
Governor Wanda Vázquez-Garced took office on August 7, 2019 as the Governor of Puerto Rico with the resignation of former Governor Rosselló.
Bipartisan efforts are underway in the U.S. House of Representatives to reinstate Medicaid eligibility for citizens of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau.
Del. Mike San Nicolas has co-sponsored a bill seeking to reinstate, after about 23 years, Medicaid eligibility to Freely Associated States migrants.
In a hearing of the House Financial Services Committee to reauthorize funding for and enhance the Export-Import Bank of the United States, certain language was included to create the Office of Territorial Exporting, Delegate Michael San Nicolas announced Wednesday.
In a hearing of the Financial Services Committee to reauthorize and enhance the Ex-Im Bank, language was included to create the Office of Territorial Exporting.
The Office of Territorial Exporting will be a dedicated office in the Ex-Im Bank to facilitate Territory access to a pool of up to 175 million dollars annually to finance and guarantee export-oriented businesses.