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A new study suggests that even in U.S. counties with a single reported coronavirus case, there's a more than 50% likelihood that a sustained, undetected outbreak — an epidemic — is already taking place.
Explore the data county by county here. https://t.co/BfYSHzZ9eR
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Across the U.S., orders to stay home and to shutter businesses because of the coronavirus are being challenged by lawsuits alleging that the measures deny Americans their constitutional rights https://t.co/VLYEPVKeGg
Coronavirus unemployment guide: Here’s everything you need to know if you’ve lost your job or been furloughed because of the spread of covid-19 https://t.co/sgIa9HV7xU
The Trump Organization has laid off or furloughed about 1,500 employees at hotels as the coronavirus pandemic inflicts further pain on the president’s private business https://t.co/k9DKfYh9fm
Trump announces intent to nominate White House lawyer Brian Miller as inspector general for $2 trillion coronavirus law https://t.co/XOHLeyNBuv
Andrew Cuomo: "E pluribus unum: Out of many one -- It was good advice then. It's even better advice today."
Opinion: I just hugged my daughter for the first time in 18 days. Is this our new normal? https://t.co/HTftCaESZ6 (via @latimesopinion)
Government's new program for small businesses hurt by coronavirus is slowed by snags https://t.co/G1E9joPfnn
Federal officials direct airlines to refund passengers for flights canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/zBB8t6fmEA
Small Business Administration loan program glitches reveal challenge in rolling out billions in coronavirus aid https://t.co/tyUTdefLLm
Critical supplies could be delayed due to confusion from the White House, companies say https://t.co/0CpyQK8cH6
The coronavirus pandemic is pushing countries around the world into a cutthroat competition for medical resources.
And the United States is being cast as a leading villain.
Trump’s political operation is launching a multimillion-dollar legal campaign aimed at blocking Democrats from drastically changing voting rules in response to the coronavirus outbreak
Trump plans to tap Brian Miller, a White House lawyer and former federal watchdog, to oversee the new $500 billion coronavirus relief fund housed in the Treasury Department
• World coronavirus cases pass 1.1 million.
• Many health care workers dying from coronavirus.
• Funeral homes start social-distancing rules.
• Pandemic hurts ability of nations to face natural disasters.
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A man wielding a knife attacks residents venturing out to shop in a French town under lockdown, killing two people and wounding others, prosecutors said. https://t.co/bULxJzay1H
Chapel chairs are separated. No hugs or handshakes. An iPad livestreams the service. The coronavirus outbreak, stay-at-home orders and social distancing are dramatically altering how families and communities celebrate loved ones at funeral services. https://t.co/0jhSFcq11P
Tiffany Pinckney had COVID-19 and recovered. She and other coronavirus survivors are donating blood so doctors can use it to treat the sick in an experimental test.
Read and watch: https://t.co/Ya9PdNmEnI https://t.co/bOaXNOp3EV
The deadly storms that hit Tennessee on March 2 and 3 left unexpected and unimaginable devastation in their wake. This is what it looked like. https://t.co/cVCjbqm45a
Many supermarkets have implemented new store hours to cater to the most vulnerable and have taken extra precautions to reduce the risk of transmission. https://t.co/GoZgC2qGge