White House assimilated to ‘ghost town’ as anxiety over coronavirus cluster increases | World news


The growing cluster of coronavirus linked to Donald Trump is sending waves of intense anxiety among staff, reporters and officials who spend much of their time in the White House and in the wider city of Washington DC itself.The West Wing has reportedly turned into a ‘ghost town’ amid complaints that the White House had failed to trace potential contacts of Trump and his infected collaborators, many now working from home as the president urged Americans to “not be afraid of Covid”.


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