We looked inside some of the tweets by @brianneDMR and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
And we’re back https://t.co/dkYHYxe0u7
My other colleague @joshscampbell is also on the scene in Minneapolis. He just reported that police approached him, asked him who he was with, he said CNN. And they say “ok, you’re good.” This is minutes after Omar, who is black and Latino, was arrested nearby.
This is unreal. But Omar Jimenez is such a professional — narrating and adding context to the situation as he’s about to be detained. I would not have been so poised. https://t.co/VJP1mEofRA
The novel coronavirus is now confirmed in all 99 counties, having reached a total of 18,502 cases since the virus was identified in March. The death toll has reached 500 Iowans, including 15 additional deaths announced today. https://t.co/h0kVyPliCe
Iowa officials say they won't proactively announce coronavirus outbreaks at meatpacking plants or report them on their website the way they do with outbreaks at long-term care facilities. Instead, they'll rely on the media to ask about and report them. https://t.co/buhCQ7V3lv
Sarah Reisetter, top official at IDPH, again reiterates the state's threshold for reporting an outbreak at a meatpacking or manufacturing facility: 10% or more of employees absent or ill. Reisetter said they announce when reporters ask, as I noted yesterday.
"they announce when reporters ask." https://t.co/fKIV5zLRB3
Polk County leaders warn if people flock to bars and other businesses now, COVID could surge in a couple weeks. "We understand the pain of the last two months of isolation, but please do not make that a wasted effort by throwing caution to the wind.” https://t.co/PwqwoqGYje
Programming announcement: Because of severe weather in Iowa, today's 4th District Congressional Republican Debate is delayed until TOMORROW on @WHOhd from 4-5pm.