Rachel Maddow looks at Alabama as an example of a place not usually in the spotlight of American national media but informing a key part of the national coronavirus story as a surge in cases [More]
Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, talks with Rachel Maddow about new guidance from the CDC that COVID-19 antibody tests are not a reliable source of information [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at how a policy of allowing meat processing plants to keep their coronavirus numbers secret, combined with an arbitrary benchmark used by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, means Iowans can’t get a full [More]
Jeffrey Shaman, professor of environmental health sciences at Columbia University School of Public Health, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the doubling nature of the spread of coronavirus makes it crucially important to act quickly [More]
Rachel Maddow shares video of Donald Trump stumbling through answering a question about coronavirus outbreaks at meat processing plants, and criticizes his inability to speak to significant, mortally serious aspects of the crisis even months [More]
Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, talks with Rachel Maddow about what is known about coronavirus transmission and where policies are falling short in detecting infection and preventing [More]
Rachel Maddow reports on internal e-mails from the V.A. medical center in Minneapolis that show a shortage of some supplies, and the V.A.’s reluctance to be transparent about the strain the coronavirus crisis is putting [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at the worsening coronavirus situation in Iowa as infections grow at an alarming rate, making the Trump administration’s praise for Governor Reynolds’ handling of the crisis hard to understand. Aired on 5/8/2020. [More]
Rachel Maddow reports on politicians of a certain stripe who seem to view meat plant workers as being different from “regular people,” and shares a data visualization that shows how coronavirus can spread from meat [More]
Rachel Maddow shares reports that Donald Trump and his aides are looking for a way to re-assess COVID-19 deaths to reduce the reported number, and news that Trump reportedly became enraged at the breaching of [More]
Will Humble, executive director for the Arizona Public Health Association, talks with Rachel Maddow about the abrupt change in Arizona coronavirus policy as Governor Ducey adopted a new model provided by the White House that [More]
Rachel Maddow reviews a litany of bad decisions, poor choices, and outright corruption by the Trump administration that have turned the coronavirus crisis in the United States in a catastrophe. Aired on 5/5/2020. » Subscribe [More]
Rachel Maddow shares graphics from the New York Times that show than when the decreasing coronavirus numbers in the New York metro area are extracted from U.S. coronavirus statistics it’s clear that the rest of [More]
Rachel Maddow reports on how the overall U.S. coronavirus statistic is being driven by outbreaks across the U.S., including Midwest states, instead of by the New York City area, and how the lack of any [More]
Rachel Maddow points out that since the federal government is not doing anything to help prevent the loss of lives at nursing homes and long-term care facilities where the coronavirus is doing the most damage, [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at examples where thorough coronavirus testing at vulnerable facilities revealed huge numbers of positive cases that would otherwise have gone undiagnosed. Aired on 4/30/2020. » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc MSNBC delivers breaking [More]
Rachel Maddow takes as an example among many of the federal government still bungling the response to the coronavirus crisis in the U.S., the CDC doing a remarkably poor job communicating important new guidance on [More]
Rachel Maddow tells the story of a Los Angeles nursing home that was able to test all of its residents and employees for coronavirus and found a startlingly large number of positive cases that had [More]
Teresa Anderson, health director of Nebraska’s Central District Health Department, talks with Rachel Maddow about the outbreak of coronavirus cases in Grand Island, Nebraska, that is centered around the JBS meat processing plant but is [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at a trend in meat processing plants, particularly in the Midwest, but all over the United States having a hard time controlling the spread of coronavirus among their employees, and in some [More]
Donald McNeil, science and health reporter for the New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about the yawning chasm between the rosy messaging the Trump administration and its supporters are pushing with regard to the [More]
Governor Gretchen Whitmer talks with Rachel Maddow about the progress Michigan is seeing in flattening its coronavirus curve through aggressive social distancing policies, and the concerns that irresponsible behavior like the pro-Trump political rally at [More]
Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the foundational importance of widespread, accurate testing and ample personal protective equipment for front line workers to implementing at coronavirus containment plan that has any hope of [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at data collected by the American Clinical Laboratory Association that shows the rate of coronavirus testing has slowed in April despite promises to the contrary by Mike Pence and others in the [More]
Dr. Dena Goffman, chief of obstetrics at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center talks with Rachel Maddow about a study she co-authored which tested asymptomatic pregnant women arriving to the hospital to give birth and found [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at COVID-19 outbreaks in Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, where the Republican governors have yet to issue statewide stay-at-home orders. Aired on 4/14/2020. » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc MSNBC delivers breaking news, in-depth [More]
Paul Rieckhoff, founder of IAVA and host of the Angry Americans podcast, talks with Rachel Maddow about the lack of visible leadership from Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie at a time when health facilities [More]
Andy Slavitt, former administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, talks with Rachel Maddow about the threat of COVID-19 to U.S. nursing homes and log term care facilities and what steps the federal [More]
Rachel Maddow points out that without any treatment or vaccine for COVID-19, the only tool available to fight its spread is physical distancing, and any victories claimed over the continued spread of the coronavirus is [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at how the coronavirus is spreading to rural areas of the United States where smaller populations do not necessarily mean greater safety and where hospital resources can be more challenging. Aired on [More]
Rachel Maddow looks at the where national coronavirus policy in the U.S. is still falling short and how the consequences of the Trump administration’s failures stand out in the data on the impacts of the [More]
Rachel Maddow remarks on South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster’s “home or work” order, which is not as strict as a stay-at-home order and allows several major loopholes that weaken the effectiveness of the order at [More]
Rachel Maddow points out that the terrible projections of COVID-19 death rates in the U.S. are based on fully implemented mitigation measures that are still not in place, and talks with Christopher Murray, director of [More]
Donald McNeil, science and health reporter for the New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about why the coronavirus expertise and resources of China could be an opportunity for the U.S., unless Donald Trump’s behavior [More]
Dr. Sylvie de Souza, chair of emergency medicine at Brooklyn Hospital, talks with Rachel Maddow about the challenge of processing the high volume of new coronavirus patients while also keeping other hospital patients and staff [More]