COVID-19 Washington Update: June 2020 #7

Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

Below, please find a summary of today’s federal government efforts in response to COVID-19.


Today, top administration health officials – including NIAID Director Fauci, FDA Commissioner Hahn, CDC Director Redfield, and HHS Assistant Secretary Giroir – testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee during an oversight hearing on the Trump administration’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Fauci said the United States is experiencing a “disturbing surge” of the virus in certain states, and said the next few weeks would be critical to controlling the spread. The officials generally expressed concern about the dual threat of COVID-19 and the flu this fall.

Also today, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin met with Senate Republicans to discuss the economic recovery and possible relief measures. In comments to the press after the meeting, he said, “Whatever we do will be much more targeted and much more focused on jobs and bringing back jobs.”

Recent Congressional Statements / Letters

Other Stakeholder Statements / Letters

White House / Agency Activity

White House

Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service

Department of Labor

Department of Health and Human Services

Food and Drug Administration

National Institutes of Health

Department of Homeland Security

Federal Housing Finance Agency

Department of Agriculture

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Federal Reserve

Federal and State Regulatory Agencies Issue Examiner Guidance For Assessing Safety and Soundness Considering The Effect Of The COVID-19 Pandemic On Financial Institutions, June 23, 2020

State / Local Activity

Given the plethora of state and local actions, we recommend MultiState’s COVID-19 Policy Tracker as a comprehensive tool to monitor the response.

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