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WHO expects interim results on coronavirus drug trials within 2 weeks

Hospitalizations in Texas and Arizona continued skyrocketing as the WHO announced it may get results on a treatment drug -- not a vaccine -- within a few weeks.

7/4/2020 7:39:00 AM

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo: 'Wearing a mask is about respect. It shows you stand up when it counts. It shows you have joined the battle. It shows you care about your country. I can’t think of a more patriotic thing.'

Hospitalizations in Texas and Arizona continued skyrocketing as the WHO announced it may get results on a treatment drug -- not a vaccine -- within a few weeks.

7 p.m.: NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson tests positiveSeven-time NASCAR Cup Champ Jimmie Johnson, currently 12th in points, has become the sport's first driver to test positive.Johnson, who said he planned to retire after the current season, will miss this weekend's race in Indianapolis.

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He can return to the track after he's symptom free and has two negative COVID-19 test results at least 24 hours apart, according to NASCAR."Jimmie is a true battle-tested champion, and we wish him well in his recovery," NASCAR said in a statement."NASCAR has granted Jimmie a playoff waiver, and we look forward to his return as he races for an eighth NASCAR Cup Series championship."

5 p.m.: WHO expects interim results on drug trials within 2 weeksWorld Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus attends a press conference organised by the Geneva Association of United Nations Correspondents on July 3, 2020 in Geneva.

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus attends a press conference organised by the Geneva Association of United Nations Correspondents on July 3, 2020 in Geneva.Fabrice Coffrini/POOL/AFP via Getty ImagesThe World Health Organization said it expects interim results on a potential coronavirus treatment drug -- not a vaccine -- within two weeks.

"The group reviewed data from the solidarity trial and agreed on the need for more trials to test different classes of therapeutics at different stages of the disease," WHO Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a news conference Friday, adding that nearly 5,500 patients in 39 countries have been recruited for what's been dubbed the"solidarity trial."

"We expect interim result within the next two weeks," Ghebreyesus added.The solidarity trial began as a study of five drug candidates, including the Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine, on which testing was halted after no significant coronavirus-related benefited were discovered.

The head of the WHO's Emergencies Program, Dr. Mike Ryan, said it would be"unwise at this point to predict when a vaccine could be rolled out.""Vaccines may have shown efficacy by the end of the year," he added,"the question will be whether or not the scale of the production of those vaccines will be enough for us to begin vaccinating people early in 2021."

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4:45 p.m.: MLB says 31 players have tested positiveThe Major League Baseball League and its Player's Association announced on Friday the results of their first round of mandatory COVID-19 testing.The league said 31 players and seven staff members have tested positive, approximately 1.2% of the 3,185 samples collected and tested, according to the MLB.

News of the testing results comes shortly after MLB announced the 2020 All-Star Game is canceled.4:45 p.m.: Texas reports 10th consecutive day of increased casesTexas health officials on Friday reported their latest COVID-19 data, revealing a 10th consecutive day of more confirmed cases.

The state now has 183,522 total cases and 87,382 active cases, with 2,575 reported fatalities. At least 7,652 patients are hospitalized.The state is seeing a 13.92% positivity rate after administering 2,273,591 tests.Harris County, which includes Houston, currently has the most cases at 34,108. Dallas County is second-highest in the state with 22,590.

4 p.m.: Ocean City to give out prizes to people wearing masks on the boardwalkAs New Jersey's coast is inundated with sun-seekers this holiday weekend, officials are imploring residents and visitors to wear masks.Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian said city officials plan to roam the boardwalk on Saturday evening, awarding prizes at random to families and individuals who are wearing masks,

The Associated Press reported.The large crowds and gatherings that are expected at the beaches as the nation celebrates Independence Day have health officials on high alert. Moreover, New Jersey's casinos, amusement rides, water parks and restaurants have also reopened -- though with some capacity restrictions.

"We are especially concerned after the gatherings we saw at the Jersey Shore," the state's health commissioner, Judith Persichilli, told the AP."Individuals were packed together, which raises the risk of spreading the virus."3:10 p.m.: 98% of new Louisiana cases due to community spread

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Almost all new COVID-19 cases in Louisiana -- 98% -- are because of community spread, the state's health department reported.About half -- 43% -- are among people under 29 and younger.There have been an additional 1,756 new cases of COVID-19 since Thursday.

The new cases come as Gov. John Bel Edwards and New Orleans Pelican player Zion Williamson released a PSA encouraging residents to wear a mask or face covering while in public."It's up to all of us to do our part, and the three best and easiest things we can do to significantly reduce the spread of the coronavirus is to wear a mask when in public, practice social distancing and wash our hands frequently," Edwards said."As we head into this holiday weekend it is critical that we not forget or ease up on the mitigation efforts we know work. Together, being good neighbors to one another, we will slow the spread and save lives."

"We still have a lot of work to do in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Louisiana," Williamson said."Wear your mask and stay safe."Louisiana only requires employees in open businesses -- not patrons -- to wear masks, according to

, an organization that promotes mask wearing.2:44 p.m.: Employees at 30 Publix stores in Florida test positiveEmployees at 30 Central Florida Publix stores have tested positive for COVID-19, the company confirmed in a statement.All employees who tested positive, and any employees in close contact with one of them, will be quarantined for 14 days and receive paid leave.

"We continue to be keenly focused on intensive, ongoing protective measures in all our stores," the statement said.2:14 p.m.: Arizona reports new high of current hospitalizationsHospitalizations and ICU capacity reached new highs in Arizona, according to the state's health department.

There were 3,013 current hospitalizations in the state and the ICU capacity hit 91%.There were also an additional 4,433 new COVID-19 cases, resulting in 91,858 total cases. An additional 31 people died, bringing the total to 1,788.A man passes by tents set up in the parking lot of the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S., on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.

A man passes by tents set up in the parking lot of the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S., on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.Caitlin O'Hara/Bloomberg via Getty Images11:10 a.m.: Florida reports 9,488 new COVID-19 casesFlorida reported an additional 9,488 COVID-19 cases, bringing the state's total to 178,594.

A sign is posted at a closed entrance to the beach during the new coronavirus pandemic, July 3, 2020, in Miami Beach, Fla.A sign is posted at a closed entrance to the beach during the new coronavirus pandemic, July 3, 2020, in Miami Beach, Fla.Lynne Sladky/AP

The positivity rate was 14.8%, up .3% from Thursday, according to the state's Department of Health.Lee County reported the highest rate of positivity at 22.1.%, with Miami-Dade following at 20.8%.Cars wait in line at the Corona Virus (COVID-19) drive in testing site, set up at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Fla., July 2, 2020.

Cars wait in line at the Corona Virus (COVID-19) drive in testing site, set up at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Fla., July 2, 2020.Larry Marano/REX via Shutterstock10:50 a.m.: UK to lift quarantine for lower risk countries; US not among them

Travelers to the United Kingdom from a handful of countries will no longer have to quarantine for 14 days, the government announced.The United States, however, is not among those countries.Fifty-nine countries and territories are on thelist, including Australia, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Spain.

Starting on July 10, anyone visiting the U.K. from those countries will not be required to self-isolate. The exemption may differ for those who have visited or stopped in any other country or territory 14 days prior.Currently, all international travelers, with a few exceptions, are required to self-isolate for 14 days.

"Today marks the next step in carefully reopening our great nation. Whether you are a holidaymaker ready to travel abroad or a business eager to open your doors again, this is good news for British people and great news for British businesses," Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said in a statement.

The news for travelers comes the same day Downing Street announced that pubs can open beginning at 6 a.m. Saturday. Pubs will not have to limit the amount of time one can spend inside.10:20 a.m.: Pakistani FM tests positive for COVID-19 a day after meeting with senior US officials

Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistan's foreign minister, has tested positive for COVID-19, he wrote on Twitter.The news comes one day after Qureshi met with Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, the top U.S. diplomat brokering an end to the war in Afghanistan, and Adam Boehler, the head of the U.S. government's international finance development institution.

"By the grace of Allah, I feel strong and energetic," Qureshitweeted."I will continue to carry on my duties from home. Please keep me in your prayers."Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi speaks to reporters at the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad, Pakistan, March 1, 2020.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi speaks to reporters at the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad, Pakistan, March 1, 2020.B.k. Bangash/AP, FILE8:57 a.m.: White House defends domestic trips as Secret Service agents test positiveThe White House is defending its domestic trips after yet another incident of Secret Service agents getting sick as a result of those trips.

A senior official who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said,"I hope it's reflected that these trips have been an important way for the Task Force to get ground reports from states, provide states what they need when they need it, and to assure the American people that we'll get through this together."

While Vice President Mike Pence's trips this week to two hot spots -- Florida and Arizona -- took on a coronavirus focus, they were originally slated to include campaign activities as well. The campaign events were postponed.However, ABC News confirmed that Secret Service agents in Arizona who were preparing for a trip involving Vice President Mike Pence tested positive for COVID-19 or showed signs of illness, which led to a postponement of the trip, according to a government official familiar with the matter.

The delay was needed for the Secret Service to send a new team of healthy agents to Phoenix to complete the trip, according to the official.7:50 a.m.: Face coverings required in Myrtle Beach ahead of holiday weekendAnyone in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is now required to wear a mask or face covering, Mayor Brenda Bethune told"Good Morning America."

The mandate comes ahead of what Bethune said will be a crowded holiday weekend, with more than 100,000 tourists expected.People wade in the surf in this file photo on May 23, 2020 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.People wade in the surf in this file photo on May 23, 2020 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Sean Rayford/Getty Images, FILEBethune said they should have enacted a mask order earlier, but didn't have the authority until just last week. The order went into effect Thursday at 11:59 p.m. local time."I wish we could have done it sooner -- we acted on it as quickly as possible," Bethune said.

7:36 a.m.: Penn State student dies of COVID-19 complicationsA student at Penn State University died of respiratory failure and COVID-19, according to a statement from the university.Juan Garcia, a 21-year-old College of Earth and Mineral Sciences student from Allentown, died June 30, the university said.

He is the first known Penn State student death related to the coronavirus."We are profoundly saddened to learn about Juan's untimely death during this pandemic," vice president for Student Affairs Damon Sims said."While I did not know Juan personally, we have learned through conversations with those closest to him that this young man had a remarkable spirit and was greatly loved. I know our entire campus community sends our deepest condolences to his family and friends as they grieve this unthinkable loss."

Garcia was living off campus when he began to feel ill, according to the university statement. He then traveled back home to Allentown on June 19 and was tested for COVID-19 on June 20.He died 10 days later.7:18 a.m.: 'Great news': Trump says of increase in number of COVID-19 cases

Even as Republican-led states roll back reopenings due to the significant rise in coronavirus cases and warnings from his own government that the pandemic is far from over, President Donald Trump continues to take an optimistic tone about the increased in diagnosed COVID-19 cases.

"There is a rise in Coronavirus cases because our testing is so massive and so good, far bigger and better than any other country," Trump tweeted late Thursday night."This is great news, but even better news is that death, and the death rate, is DOWN. Also, younger people, who get better much easier and faster!"

However, Adm. Brett Giroir, the man Trump appointed to oversee testing, testified at a House hearing Thursday that"this is a real increase in cases" and not just attributable to increased testing.President Donald Trump arrives to deliver remarks during a Spirit of America Showcase in the Entrance Hall of the White House July 2, 2020 in Washington, D.C.

President Donald Trump arrives to deliver remarks during a Spirit of America Showcase in the Entrance Hall of the White House July 2, 2020 in Washington, D.C.Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images"There is no question that the more testing you get, the more you will uncover," Giroir said Thursday."But we do believe this is a real increase in cases because of the percent positives are going up. So, this is real increases in cases."

Giroir said the U.S. is not flattening the curve."The curve is still going up," he testified.Trump's positively also comes the same day as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its coronavirus death toll projections for July. Forecasts indicate that between 140,000 and 160,000 total deaths nationally are expected by July 25.

The U.S. reported 52,815 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, the biggest week-over-week jump since the third week in March, when testing had just begun to increase.5:55 a.m.: Arizona bar let COVID-19 positive workers continue working, officials sayThe state of Arizona has seen an incredible rise in the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations recently, forcing the state to pause its reopening. And now one bar is under investigation after it allegedly allowed multiple employees known to have tested positive for the coronavirus to continue working.

Varsity Tavern, located in downtown Tempe, allegedly permitted both employees and managers to continue working after being diagnosed, according to the State of Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control.After the state agency began its investigation, the business decided to close on July 1.

Officials are still seeking to revoke Varsity Tavern's license. The establishment has had its license suspended twice before, once in December 2018 and again in July 2019.The Department of Liquor also alleges that the bar management knowingly didn't notify health officials that workers tested positive, didn't enforce social distancing requirements and didn't enforce mask-wearing requirements.

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It’s all about control. If they can get you to do this... That’s what I say, it’s respect, it’s care, it’s the smartest thing to do! How about that Cuomo Curse IT'S a Killer! Nursing Home SENIORS who are Healthy today and Dead tomorrow. A means for Democrats to lower Entitlement Costs. How about those Democrats and their Values.

Or you could send all virus dying to nursing homes like I did ,instead of field hospitals or hospital ship like I didn’t do How about not killing all those old folks Don't believe a word Why listen to someone with the most deaths under his belt? BS A more Patriotic thing would be to order your police force to restore order in New York City. Allowing terrorist to spray paint buildings, tear down statues & disrupt commerce shows no respect for law abiding citizens.

Like how Cuomo respected the elderly when he ordered sick COVID-19 people to be placed in nursing homes. Just like your brother who claimed he had corona virus and was seen outside with his family not wearing a mask. He got in a confrontation with a cyclist - caught red handed. ARE YOU WEARING A MASK IN THIS PICTURE

No thank you CUOMO HAS BEEN …. . 🤮 Gov. Cuomo held press conferences with 3M masks & other PPE as a back drop for weeks, then we learned he was sending Covid Positive back to Care Facilities that did not have enough 3M Masks and other PPE! He had not respect for the elderly and the workers at those Care Facilities

How about standing for the national anthem? That’s mire patriotic than wearing a mask. It’s about not following the data Isn’t it telling that Fauci removes mask after camera goes off NYGovCuomo is a mass murderer Wear a mask,New Yorkers! you'll make it finally. KillerCuomo is a mass murderer. A Nazi who supports and practices genocide

Why didn't he show respect for seniors he sent to care homes with body bags? He said they were old read to die. Misfit greed for money Cc RichAzzopardi His brother Chris doesn't agree with a word Andrew said. He went into the public without a mask. He hates our country and he's not a patriot. How about moving virus infected into nursing home? Smart move Cuomo!

Not killing your own citizens by turning nursing homes into virus hotboxes is more patriotic. wjxt4 why don’t your Reporters have masks on for their profile pictures and when you n the air? respect You know what’s really patriotic? Not sending seniors to their deaths! This from the guy who sent infected seniors back into the senior homes to endanger everyone else's safety

Cuomo sure didn't respect all the elderly in New York! Putting covid positive patients in nursing homes intentionaly shows you wanted people dead. It was well known that covid kills the elderly. You did it anyway. You and others are murderers. You should be in jail. The only thing Fredo Cuomo respects is a quick buck and his NWO masters.

This the same crackpot that said America was never really that great? No mask! I fart on you I wonder if the people who moved infected elderly folks into care homes wore masks. if we assume that the probability of patients wearing masks to infect others is 10%.and the probability of ordinary people wearing masks to be infected is 10%.then if all people wear masks.the comprehensive population infection rate = 10% * 10% = 1%.Cuomo should run for president

How he stands with those who decided to paint the black lives matter decal in front of Trump Towers? Where is the respect for the office? This is what TrUmp should be saying. Agree So your brother didn’t respect anyone when he knowing he was positive went out of this house and exposed people. Did he respect people when he then lied and pretended to be in his basement? Is respect putting ppl into nursing homes where they expose and kill others?

It shows you don’t have a brain and would follow the herd off a cliff if told to do so. Why not blame the mob, Antifa and other violent protestors, not people who are veted with temperatures, social distancing and masks when necessary. The problem with Dems are, they are the ones who are dividing this country strongly with their actions.

Cállate la boca hijo de vaca, Cuomo go home to take care of the monster you have as a daughter , disgusting little man. Are you trying to say that wearing a mask is for show? Asking for a friend. Clown hack!!!! What does it show about killing old people in nursing homes? ABC NEWS IS FAKE NEWS! CHECK THE FACTS.

How can people argue in favor of NOT helping others? (It sounds like most non-maskers do not have a health issue. But a selfish issue) I wish he had respected the 1000’s of lives in the nursing homes! Scum! So there is fake dramatic news ABC and cry baby Cuomo trying to mask shame everyone 😡😡 'And not wearing a mask shows you're an ignoramus, don't care about anyone but yourself, and everyone else can literally drop dead slowly.' A better day is coming:

Wow.what a mouth full of absolute horse shit. Thank you, President Cuomo!!! realDonaldTrump ICYMI Put the Covid patients in nursing homes L. O. L. You know what else shows respect? Not putting sick patients back into nursing homes to get other healthy elders sick. That is courage and shows you care. So, STFU.

NYC is a shitshow We are allowing the illiterates of America to dictate the history of America. 4thofJuly AmericaFirst BlueLivesMatter These comments are so disheartening. Just wear the mask people. If it turns out for nothing you’re no worse off but with over 130,000 dead Americans really? Do you wear your seatbelt? Do you obey the speed limit? Do you smoke in public buildings? Do you drive drunk? Cmon.

If that’s “respect” what do you call sending positive cases to nursing homes and killing half the residents? How about murdering thousands of senior citizens? Does that show you joined the battle? I don't consider getting an Asthma Attack from wearing a mask instead of a face shield Patriotic. Literally sick of the brainless anti-maskers who seem to haveno problem wearing a shirt or shoes in public but cry personal freedom over a mask. Get over it, losers.

And of course abc believes them. Cuomo killed thousands but, sure let’s listen to his opinion. 🙄 And watch them go straight to Africa and South America for the first “human trials” Anything that comes from the WHO should be treated like the Onion That would mean we have three. Great! I have a good feeling about hydroxychloroquine. This could be a game changer.

Why is the MSM still pushing the words of the WHO communists? WHO covered for the communists. Biden:' China is not an economic threat to the U.S.' raybae689 No That’s it! Nailed it! Wear your damn mask 😷 I would assume not killling a bunch of American grandparents would be a *little* more patriotic. Man, you have to run for the Presidency.

Like not sending seniors to a sure death. That would have been pretty patriotic YOU LIE Says the Communist Cuomo who killed more Americans in NY than any state in the country! This I agree with Cuomo on. He’s a scum bag just like his brother, where was this message three weeks ago when the riots and looting started? Doesn’t fit the narrative.

No it shows you’ve joined the Cult!🤨🖕 djpsom Wearing a mask shows you care about your fellow human beings. Not wearing one shows you care only about yourself. Which one are you? I wear a mask. Oh please NOBODY could have ever foreseen what would happen in nursing homes. It’s the same the world over, nursing homes were hit the hardest. While all others were talking crp, at least Cuomo was trying, and his efforts DID save lives

I agree with Cuomo on this one. Wished he had the same passion in protecting the elderly in nursing homes. So true. This Governor Cuomo, needs to take a balance and budget class. This President baled his butt out big time, yet Cuomo, still made bad decisions on the elderly and caused premature deaths by the thousands. Acts like no big deal, and attacks the President. Wow!

how about not cutting funding to your state's medicare plan during a pandemic, leaving americans to die? that seems both disrespectful and unpatriotic Andrew Cuomo- why did you kill thousands of the elderly in nursing homes- Dump Biden - Cuomo 2020 Who respected the cities or businesses when they were burning. Why pretend now? F them all

They would need more enforcement to wear masks federally and statewide. I don't see any law enforcement doing that although that could change. I don't mind wearing mask because despite some doubts that I may have, it's better safe than sorry. I view it 50/50. then he is not wearing in this pic? says way?

If wearing a mask is uncomfortable, and you can't get enough air, please speak to your physician about a concentrator. They are VERY lightweight, and you will feel much better There is no reason not to wear a mask. ganne_v Was it patriotic sending nursing home patients to their deaths? Waoooo, now And when the riots where spreading the Covid around the country

Have you told your brother? If masks work how come NY is still shut down? I am not wearing a mask How about standing up to the abusive, militaristic police in your state? It shows you stand up when it counts. It shows you have joined the battle. It shows you care about your country. I can’t think of a more patriotic thing.

Are we suppose to worship this guy? Because I'm not feeling it. The side of the battle Cuomo is on, I want nothing to do with! History will judge, and those asleep will realize they didn’t respect history. What a fraud!!! A small sacrifice to protect you, your family and loved ones, and the community as a whole. You'll be saving lives.

I can understand & relate to what he says but talking to generation 'IT'S ALL ABOUT ME, IT'S ALL ABOUT ME' is like talking to a LIVE AID arena of Pre-K students with Oppositional Defiant Disorder. You want to shower them with brain dust! So be assimilated! But you don't want to take down a Columbus statue. Is that very patriotic?

Religious bull shit Who the hell is NYGovCuomo to lecture anyone about respect, care, and patriotism? He required nursing homes to become coffins and forbid the use of a medication that save lives. Hallelujah! Notice how he doesn't say it does anything to protect you or anybody else? What he is really saying is that it shows you are a sheep and are complying with what he told you to do.

AndrewCuomo Fredo's bro Mr. Pierced nipples isn't my governor. How about those old folk homes Gov Andy looks a little bronzed

Coronavirus updates: WHO expects interim results on drug trials within 2 weeksHospitalizations in Texas and Arizona continued skyrocketing as the WHO announced it may get results on a treatment drug -- not a vaccine -- within a few weeks. Vietnam war dodger crook, Crafty, cunning and yet a Clueless Covfefe who needs a miracle to win and miracles are hard to come by: Joe Biden holds a whopping 12% lead Shed red Go blue Anyway, 124 more days 2 go B4 the fat lady sings on November the 4th. Is he dead? FOR AIDS?!?!?!?!

WHO sees first results from COVID drug trials within two weeksThe World Health Organization (WHO) should soon get results from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, its Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday. I give up who They can't wait to get that deadly vaccine in your veins. Not only will you become sterilized but an early death from whatever toxins they put in them will put you in an early grave. Read more about this here: Another hoax!

WHO sees initial Covid-19 drug trial results within next two weeksMike Ryan, head of the WHO's emergencies programme, said it would be unwise to predict when a vaccine could be ready against Covid-19, the respiratory disease that has killed more than half a million people.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom closes bars, indoor operations for restaurants in 19 counties ahead of Fourth of July weekendCalifornia's new restrictions, expected to last at least three weeks, come as coronavirus cases have surged since the state started reopening in May. Wow

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Weekly jobless claims rise more than expected in final week of JuneWeekly jobless claims rose more than expected last week as the coronavirus pandemic continues to pressure the U.S. economy. Great Jobs. The Best Jobs. Winning Now, it is showing a good sign, adding around 5 millions to the job market. Still, the US has a long way to go before it can get a full recovery