Our military has a role to play during the wide spread of COVID-19. The Army Corp of engineers is putting up makeshift hospitals and the National Guard is deployed in all 50 states helping with things like drive-through testing. With all this attention on fighting the virus, it begs the question - is our military and intelligence community ready to defend us against a national security threat? Daniel Hoffman, Fox News Contributor and former CIA Station Chief, joins the Rundown to discuss how our military is responding to the coronavirus and if the crisis has made us more vulnerable to bad actors around the world.

While the coronavirus has shown to be a threat to Americans' physical safety, it also proves to be a strain on people's mental health. Whether you have pre-existing mental health conditions or are just coping with the stress and anxiety of Covid-19 and self-isolation, this is a trying time. Director of the National Institute of Mental Health Dr. Joshua Gordon shares some tips of what people can do to stay positive, remain connected with society and to adjust to life during this unprecedented time.

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