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Trump has treated the coronavirus pandemic like a Democratic problem – now it’s reaching his supporters

Trump has treated the coronavirus pandemic like a Democratic problem – now it’s reaching his supporters
Demonstrators hold a "rolling car rally" in front of Democratic Governor Ned Lamont's residence while protesting the state's stay-at-home order to combat the coronavirus pandemic

When the coronavirus arrived in the United States, it hit the coastal cities first. It came to Seattle in the west, then New York in the east. San Francisco and Boston followed soon after. 
The virus followed no direction besides its own instinct to survive, but in doing so it followed a familiar path. Clusters formed around large urban centres. Death rates were higher among minorities and the poor. The virus took on a political dimension: it was Democratic-leaning, metropolitan areas that were being overwhelmed. 

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