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Apr 03, 2020

Dr. Fauci Says the U.S. Is 'Not Even at Halftime' in Fight Against Coronavirus During Coach K Interview
The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases warned the U.S. is yet to turn a corner in the fight against the pandemic.

Newsweek
Apr 03, 2020

Twitch Usage Surges During Coronavirus Lockdowns, Surpasses Three Billion Hours Watched
The Amazon-owned website has enjoyed a surge of attention as citizens around the world have been forced to isolate, with new Q1 2020 statistics released by Streamlabs indicating significant view growth.

Newsweek
Apr 03, 2020

'Tiger King' on Netflix: Does Joe Exotic Have Coronavirus?
"Tiger King" star Joseph Maldonado-Passage (aka Joe Exotic) has been placed in coronavirus isolation in a Texas prison according to his husband.

Newsweek
Apr 03, 2020

Trump Advisers Doubt White House's Coronavirus Deaths Estimate, Expert Says It Appeared Rushed: Report
Multiple Trump advisers have reportedly balked at the administration's estimate of 100,000-240,000 deaths due to COVID-19.

Newsweek
Apr 03, 2020

Fauci Says All States Should Enforce Coronavirus Stay-at-Home Orders As Trump Resists Issuing Nationwide Mandate
"If you look at what's going on in this country, I just don't understand why we're not doing that. We really should be," Dr. Fauci said.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Chuck Schumer Says He's 'Appalled' By Trump's Letter: 'Stop the Pettiness—People Are Dying'
"President Trump, we need leadership." Schumer said Thursday. "We need to get the job done."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Tucker Carlson Doesn't Think America Should Let Medical Experts Make Coronavirus Decisions
"One of the main lessons of this crisis is that the public health establishment failed us badly," Carlson said.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Miami Mayor Asks Trump to Suspend All Flights from Coronavirus Hotspots to Miami International Airport
It's unclear which places would qualify as "hotspots" or its potential effect on the city, state and national economies.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Claims Governments Are Inflating Coronavirus Deaths to Further their Policies
Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to people "living under government by modeling."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Sean Hannity Defends Fox News After Journalism Professors Publish Critical Letter About Coronavirus Coverage
"I have taken this seriously way before most in the media did. I warned in January that it was dangerous because it was highly contagious, but some people were asymptomatic, so it would spread quickly."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Trump Admin Expected to Advise Every American to Wear A Face Covering in Public Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
While face masks can help slow the spread of coronavirus, some medical officials worry that cloth masks may discourage wearers from observing other preventative measures like social distancing and hand washing.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Jared Kushner Trends After Trump's Son-in-Law Speaks at the White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing
"He couldn't even pass a security clearance," tweeted 'The View' co-host Sunny Hostin on Thursday.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Donald Trump Falsely Claims Schumer Has Been 'Missing In Action' During Coronavirus Crisis
The president responded to Schumer's call for a military "czar" to coordinate supply distribution with an angry letter which contained numerous false claims.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Trump Condemns 'Endless Partisan Investigations' During Coronavirus Task Force Briefing
Trump urged Americans to stop arguing over partisan politics and focus on uniting to fight the coronavirus outbreak. "It's witch-hunt after witch-hunt after witch-hunt," he said.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Richard Webber is the 'Number One Patient' in 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 16 Sneak Peek
The doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital are in a fight to save Dr. Richard Webber's life on Thursday.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Trump Says New York Has Received 4M N95 Respirators, 1.8M Surgical Masks, 460K Face Shields, 1.4M Gloves and 4,400 Ventilators
"The states are doing it, and we're backing them up, but we've got 4 million N95 respirators," Trump said Thursday.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

COPD Patients Who Have Never Smoked Could Be at Greater Risk of Developing Lung Cancer, Study Suggests
Some 15 million U.S. adults have the condition according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Republican Senator Says A Nationwide Coronavirus Shelter-in-Place Order 'Seems Like An Overreaction'
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) said that national orders to contain the highly contagious virus would not be needed because "some places have more cows than people."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Pelosi Rips McConnell for Blaming Coronavirus Response on Impeachment, Says He Didn't 'Face Reality... That Delay Cost Lives'
"That's so sad," Pelosi said. "They can't handle their jobs, I guess.... but don't blame impeachment on that. Just blame it on the fact that you didn't want to face the reality, and that denial and that delay cost lives."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

As Concerns over Supplies Grow, Trump Orders Health Secretary to Protect Ventilator Supply Chain
President Trump invoked the Defense Production Act to ensure that ventilator makers have adequate raw materials and parts.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

France Converts World's Largest Wholesale Food Market Into Morgue As Death Toll Surpasses 5,300
With funeral homes already overwhelmed, police are converting the hall at Rungis Market into a makeshift morgue.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Chicago Community Organizer Works to Reduce Population at America's Single Largest Jail Site Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
"We shouldn't be giving people death sentences by carelessly exposing them to this incredibly dangerous illness," Sharlyn Grace said.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Tennessee Issues Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Order Citing 'Increase in Citizen Movement'
"In recent days we have seen data indicating that movement may be increasing and we must get these numbers trending back down," Lee said Thursday.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Can Gay Men Donate Blood During the U.S. Coronavirus Pandemic?
The United States Food and Drug Administration released a modified set of guidelines for blood donors on Thursday.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Can LGBTQ Men Donate Blood During the U.S. Coronavirus Pandemic?
The United States Food and Drug Administration released a modified set of guidelines for blood donors on Thursday.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

U.S. and Iran Prepare for Escalation in Iraq, Where Coronavirus May Make Conflict Worse
The United States has already strained its relationship with Iraq in a bid to pressure Iran, but the COVID-19 pandemic presents a new factor for potential miscalculation among rivals.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

The U.S. Now Has More Coronavirus Cases Than Italy and Spain Combined
The U.S. now has more confirmed cases of the new coronavirus than Italy and Spain's combined number.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Church Plans to Continue Services Despite Coronavirus Pandemic, Says 'Jesus Died With COVID-19'
"For us to not have services due to a virus would be for us to go against our extremely strong convictions of the power of God to protect," Awaken Church in Arkansas wrote in a Facebook post.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

The Crazy Drug Lab Story in Netflix's 'How to Fix a Drug Scandal' Is the True-Crime Escape You Need
Your post-'Tiger King' boredom doesn't have to last.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Worldwide Pass One Million After Doubling in Less Than a Week
The COVID-19 virus has spread to at least 181 countries and regions, including more than 236,000 confirmed infections in the U.S., the global epicenter of the outbreak.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Read 'One Piece' Manga From The Beginning With Chapter 1 and Revisit Monkey D. Luffy's Origins
The very first issue of 'One Piece' was released in 'Weekly Shonen Jump' magazine in 1997. Since then, the sprawling series has had more than 950 issues. But it all started with a little village boy named Monkey D. Luffey.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Even as the Nation Grapples With the Coronavirus, The Opioid Epidemic Continues to Eat Away At Our Heartland | Opinion
There's more than one battle to be won in the fight for safer, healthier America.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

People Are Having Their Birthday Parties in 'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' to Maintain Social Distancing
Here's how to set up your own birthday party in 'Animal Crossing: New Horizons,' which can include fun outdoor activities and other ways to interact while you're stuck inside.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Apex Legends' Old Ways Event Adds Bloodhound's Trials & Permanent Duos
The next 'Apex Legends' event is called "the Old Ways." Here's what you can expect from Bloodhound's Trials.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

WWE WrestleMania 36 Betting Odds: Who is Favored to Win Over the Weekend?
Until Roman Reigns' replacement is announced, there are no lines currently for the WWE Universal Championship match.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Prince William 'Proud' of Medics at Hospital Whose Consultant Died of Coronavirus, as U.K. Deaths Pass 2,900
The prince made a morale-boosting call to a hospital hit by the coronavirus death of a consultant, telling staff they are coping "amazingly" under "extreme circumstances."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

These Are the Top Senate Races to Watch in 2020
Democrats would need to flip at least four seats to regain majority control of the chamber.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Meet The California Teens Who Turned Shopping For Their Vulnerable Neighbors Into a Full-time Occupation
"I almost cried," said a user of Six Feet Supplies, a charity started by teenagers who shop for those susceptible to COVID-19.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

A Philly DJ Made 32 Food Deliveries in 7 Days to Health Care Workers On the Frontlines of the Coronavirus Fight
"I want to keep it going as long as we can," Ryan O'Connell told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Republicans Stall Next Coronavirus Stimulus As Unemployment Claims Hit Record High
Republicans want to ensure a $2 trillion relief package is implemented properly before setting their sights on doling out more federal funds.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

New York Governor Cuomo Says State Has Enough Ventilators For 6 Days for Coronavirus Patients at Current Rate of Use
On Thursday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that the state will run out of ventilators for coronavirus patients in six days.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Magic The Gathering' Releases Spacegodzilla, Death Corona in Next Expansion and They're Already Sorry
The card will be renamed in later reprints of the Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths set.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

U.S. Senators Warn Surge in Gun Sales Could Overwhelm FBI's Ability to Screen Domestic Abusers, Prohibited Buyers
In March 2020, the FBI conducted around 3.7 million background checks, more than in any single month since the NICS system was established in 1998.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Here's Who Won't Get a Stimulus Check Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
Those who have not filed a tax return for tax year 2018 or 2019 should do so immediately.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Mice Have Different Facial Expressions For Different Emotions, Scientists Discover
Changes in the facial expressions of mice can be hard for the human observer to make out, so researchers used machine learning.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Coronavirus Task Force Briefing Live Stream Thursday: How to Watch White House's Latest Updates on COVID-19
Members of the White House's Coronavirus Task Force are expected to deliver their daily press briefing at 5:00 p.m. EST on Thursday.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

The Helpers—Digital and IRL—Making a Difference During COVID-19
From Seattle to Boston and Minneapolis to Houston, people are sidestepping their routines and reaching out to one another. Here are helpers, digital and IRL, making a difference during these trying times.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Can Part-Time Employees File for Unemployment Under CARES Act?
A number of new federal policies has been implemented, including the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Resident Evil 3' Release Date Time: When Can You Download Latest Remake
Prepare for a more dangerous Nemesis in this remake.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Brother and Sister Dogs Separated at Shelter Freak Out at a Chance Reunion at Local Park
A video of a brother and sister dog reuniting after being separated at a shelter has warmed TikTok's hearts.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Exclusive: Military Fears Being Sucked Into Domestic Spying as Trump Orders Troops to Mexico Border
Trump has ordered a significant increase in counter-narcotics and border control operations, which could draw the armed forces into another resource drain and a controversial mission.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Valorant' Jett Abilities: Latest Swift Agent Revealed
Jett, the ninja with knives, has finally been revealed for "Valorant"

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Coronavirus Has Killed More Than 50,000 People Around the World
Italy and Spain have the highest death tolls, as well as the largest number of patients who have recovered from infection.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Undocumented Workers Plead for Government to Include All Working Families in Next Relief Package
"We also have families and children," said Ingrid, an undocumented worker in Washington, D.C.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

104-Year-Old WWII Vet Recovers From Coronavirus in Time to Celebrate His Birthday
"We were like shocked that he was kind of sitting in his wheelchair waving at us through the window," the centenarian's daughter said.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Democratic National Convention Postponed to August Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
The event was originally scheduled from July 13 to July 17 but will now be held the week of August 17.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Chinese City Bans Eating Cats and Dogs After Coronavirus Linked to Wildlife Meat
"This ban also responds to the demand and spirit of human civilization," a spokesperson for the Shenzhen government said.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Update 1.1.2 Fixes Major Bugs - Patch Notes
One such fix includes being able to move facilities and the player's house after deleting a user from the game.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

These Are the States Yet to Issue a Stay-at-Home Order Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
A number of U.S. states have yet to issue a stay-at-home order, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

How to Get Groceries Delivered: DoorDash, 7-Eleven, Target, CVS Delivering Essentials
Major grocery store chains are offering delivery deals on essentials as states issue stay at home orders.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Coyote Mauls 5-Year-Old Girl Walking With Her Family in California Park
East Bay Regional Park District Police said the incident occurred at Dublin Hills Regional Park in Alameda County. The girl is believed to be in a stable condition.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Money Heist' Recap: What Happened in the Last Season of 'La Casa de Papel'?
"Money Heist" Season 4 on Netflix will pick up right from the end of the last season, with the heist on the Bank of Spain in progress.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Bored Roommates Recreate Famous Paintings on Instagram, Make The Rest of Us Look Lazy as Heck
Beginning with "The Death of Marat," four Connecticut roommates are recreating famous works of art while in coronavirus pandemic isolation, inspiring ad hoc recreations around the country.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

What You Missed on Late Night: Joe Biden Calls Andrew Cuomo the 'Gold Standard' of Governors
Stephen Colbert also pondered the newfound obsession some Americans are having with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

What Is Happening Between 'The Bachelor's' Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan and Why Is She Dancing on His TikTok?
A second TikTok quarantine couple has captivated Bachelor Nation.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

5 Ellis Marsalis Junior Quotes to Honor The Jazz Great's Legacy
"The quality of your music is going to be reflected in the nature of the culture that you come out of."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

A List of Essential Workers That We Should Thank and Support During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Newsweek shines a light on the hidden heroes who are continuing their work in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Georgia Shelter-in-Place Rules Explained as Coronavirus Cases Pass 4,000
More than 30 states have issued 'shelter-in-place' or 'stay-at-home' orders to delay the spread of the coronavirus.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Peacock Spider With Butt That Looks Like Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night Discovered
Maratus constellatus is one of seven new species of peacock spider described in a new paper.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Man Allegedly Angry About COVID Licks Bank Door Because That's Rational
The bank had adjusted its hours for the elderly population, but one man apparently wasn't happy.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Dr. Desai Trends After Lambasting Trump Admin's 'Weak Response' to Coronavirus Pandemic on Fox News
Fox News host Martha MacCallum ends interview following criticism from chief medical officer at Osmosis.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Over 1,000 People In U.S. Die from Coronavirus in 24 Hour Span
The president cautioned Americans that the next two weeks would be "rough."

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Money Heist' Part 4 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot: All You Need To Know About 'La Casa de Papel' Season 4
"Money Heist" (aka "La Casa de papel") Part 4 promises an even more explosive set of episodes as the Netflix shows follows through on its dramatic cliffhanger.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

California Projects Peak Coronavirus Infections in Mid-May, Hospitals to Be Overwhelmed
California Governor Gavin Newsom projects the second half of May may see a surge in cases but the peak in infection could take place sooner in late April, according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME).

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Josh Hutcherson on the Final Season of 'Future Man' and the Legacy of 'The Hunger Games'
"It's my favorite season of all three," Josh Hutcherson told 'Newsweek' about the third and final season of Hulu's 'Future Man.'

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Half of Adults in the U.S. With Income Under $50K Would Run Out of Savings in Three Months or Less Without a Job
A quarter of Americans earning $50,000 to $100,000 would also run out of savings within three months if they were unemployed.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'How To Get Away With Murder' Season 6 Streaming: How To Watch The Final Episodes of 'HTGAWM' Online
"How To Get Away With Murder" Season 6 has just six episodes left, which will answer the question of who killed Annalise Keating and Asher Millstone.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

CNN, MSNBC Cut Away From Trump's Coronavirus Briefing As Americans Call for End to Continuous Coverage
"That's not what this briefing was scheduled for," said CNN's John King.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Woman With COVID-19 May Have Developed Rare Brain Disease From Coronavirus, Her Detroit Doctors Say
The clinicians who treated her said the complication is rare.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

What the World's Top Chefs Are Cooking Up at Home During the Pandemic
Find out what this international coterie of chefs and food writers—from Tbilisi, Georgia, to Rome to New York City—are cooking up while stuck at home, and get their tips for stocking your kitchens and pantries for optimum deliciousness.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Where to Find Skye's Coastal Campsites in 'Fortnite'
"Fortnite" has a new batch of Skye's Adventure Challenges for Week 7, and we want you to get them done. Here are three locations for Skye's Coastal Campsites.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Where to find the Shark, Rapid's Rest and Gorgeous Gorge in 'Fortnite'
Skye's Adventure Challenges for Week 7 ask players to visit these locations. In this guide, we'll reveal the whereabouts of all three landmarks.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Fortnite' Foraged Items at Weeping Woods or the Orchard Location Week 7 Guide
"Fortnite" Skye's Adventure Challenges ask players to consume Foraged Items at the Orchard or Weeping Woods. Let's explain what Foraged Items are and where to locate them.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Delivery Person Shares Video of Them Being Screamed at for Doing Their Job
A delivery person posted a series of videos on TikTok of gated community residents yelling at them for doing their job.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Great White Shark 'Jefferson' Among Six Apex Predators Lurking on Edge of Gulf Stream Off North Carolina
The North Carolina coast is a popular hangout for white sharks. While the species can be found in Carolina coastal waters year-round, they are most commonly spotted in the winter and in early spring.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Iran Military Chief Warns That Any U.S. Provocation Will Be Met With 'Fiercest' Response
Major General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri suggested that recent attacks against Americans in Iraq are an expression of Iraqi anger at America's military presence, and "nothing" to do with Iran.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Is Zoom Safe and Is Your Privacy at Risk? Video Calling App Explained After Hacking Vulnerabilities Exposed
The California-based video-calling company enjoyed an influx of new users as the coronavirus outbreak pushed countries into lockdown, but its security and privacy policies have come under fire.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Prince William and Kate Middleton Call Hospital Whose Surgeon Died With Coronavirus
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to staff at Queen's Hospital Burton, where consultant Amged El-Hawrani worked before he died from coronavirus over the weekend.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Over 200,000 People Have Recovered From Coronavirus Around the World, According to Johns Hopkins University
While it may be hard to focus on the number of recoveries when the death toll continues to rise, officials have cited it as an important aspect of the pandemic to remember.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Donald Trump Says China Coronavirus Infections, Deaths Appear to Be 'On the Light Side'
The president's national security adviser said the U.S. "was not in a position" to confirm the numbers coming out of China.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Diarrhea May Be First or Only Coronavirus Symptom in COVID-19 Patients Experience, Study Suggests
Common symptoms include a fever, cough, and shortness of breath, according to the CDC.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

People Think It's 'Wise to Get a Gun' During Pandemic, Says 2nd Amendment Attorney as Firearms Sales Soar
Gun stores say they are struggling to meet demand and FBI figures show that background checks were at an all-time high.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Which NFL Teams Have the Best Odds of Signing the Top Remaining Free Agents?
Cam Newton, Jadeveon Clowney, and Jameis Winston are still looking for a team almost a month since free agency started.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Man Jailed for Six Months After Stealing Masks and Hand Sanitizer From Ambulance
Mark Manley, 35, admitted to stealing equipment from a stationary ambulance and assaulting a security guard, police said.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Woman's Eye Bulging from Socket Was Caused by a Baby Tapeworm-filled Cyst
The 31-year-old had suffered from blurred vision for almost a month before she visited the E.R.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

'Trolls World Tour' Streaming Release Date: When You Can Watch the Sequel Online
"Trolls World Tour" will be available to stream online in April after the release date of the sequel was changed a number of times in response to coronavirus.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Andrew Yang Says Asian Americans Are 'Stepping Up' to Fight Coronavirus Amid Racist Attacks
The entrepreneur said he felt "self-conscious" of being an Asian American on a recent shopping trip for groceries.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Florida Stay at Home Rules Explained and Essential Business Details As Coronavirus Cases Pass 7,000
Florida residents should only leave their home if they are key workers or to access essential services.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Pompeo Defends Purchasing Russian Coronavirus Supplies, Says Cooperation Is the Only Way to Beat the Virus
A Russian military plane landed some 60 tons of equipment in New York on Wednesday following a phone call between Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.

Newsweek
Apr 02, 2020

Could Antonio Brown Play in Week 1 of the 2020 Season? Former Steelers Star Works out with Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson
The star wideout hasn't played since Week 2 of last season but worked out with his cousin Marquise Brown and reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson on Wednesday.

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