Trump Downplays Coronavirus Following Hospital Stay With Top Treatments
Since leaving Walter Reed Hospital, where he received a combination of experimental antibodies, the drug remdesivir, and steroids for a coronavirus infection, President Trump has sought to downplay the threat of the contagious disease that has now killed more than 200,000 Americans. His attempt to spin his illness as a sign of strength has brought a combination of adoration from his followers, condemnation from families of the dead, renewed criticism of his handling of the pandemic, and reminders from some observers about the length of time that an infected person can be impacted by the virus.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Dr. Cassandra Pierre, acting hospital epidemiologist at Boston Medical Center and assistant professor at Boston University School of Medicine, and Dr. Abraar Karan, a physician at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, who has been helping advise the Massachusetts Department of Public Health on its pandemic response.

'America’s Medical Supply Crisis' Examines Why So Many Hospitals Have Struggled To Get Adequate PPE
In the early days of the pandemic when many hospitals were first overrun with coronavirus patients, constant shortages of personal protective equipment meant health care workers were putting their own lives at risk. At least 1,000 U.S. health care workers have died from COVID-19 so far, but more than six months later, some of the most essential pieces of protective gear continue to be in short supply. A new documentary from Frontline and the Associated Press, called "America’s Medical Supply Crisis," explores why. In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by correspondents Juliet Linderman and Martha Mendoza to discuss their findings.