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Apr 08, 2020

Fabric store customers covet mask materials
People are lining up outside fabric stores to get materials for face masks so they can protect their families, friends and first responders during the coronavirus pandemic. (April 8)       

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Apr 08, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Birx 'encouraged' but warns of possible second wave; US has deadliest day; Wuhan lockdown ends
Coronavirus claims beloved singer John Prine. Wuhan celebrates lockdown end. Surgeon General Jerome Powell seems more optimistic. More news Wednesday.        

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Apr 08, 2020

AP Top Stories April 8 A
Here's the latest for Wednesday April 8th: UK government manages virus response with PM still in hospital; GOP, Democrats square off over voting during pandemic; Paris police release drone video of empty city; London zoo's meerkats hunt Easter eggs.       

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Apr 08, 2020

Three women killed, one injured in stabbing at Tennessee truck stop
Three women were killed and one was injured during a stabbing at a truck stop in Knoxville, Tennessee Tuesday. The suspect was also killed.        

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Apr 08, 2020

Two suspects arrested after Wisconsin doctor and husband were 'targeted' and killed, police say
Two suspects were arrested Friday after the double-homicide of Beth Potter, 52, and Robin Carre, 57.        

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Apr 08, 2020

Orthodox Jews prepare for a new kind of Passover in the age of COVID-19
As the coronavirus began to spread in New Jersey a few weeks ago, a coalition of Orthodox Jewish leadership groups issued a statement that "upended" the holiday.        

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Apr 08, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: US has deadliest day yet; jubilant Wuhan ends lockdown; Wisconsin's historic day
Coronavirus claims beloved singer John Prine. Wuhan celebrates lockdown end. Surgeon General Jerome Powell seems more optimistic. More news Wednesday.        

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Apr 08, 2020

Pink supermoon wows people around the world
The biggest and brightest full moon of the year caught people's attention around the world.        

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Apr 08, 2020

'Scotch tape and baling wire': How some hospitals and companies are responding to meet America's ventilator shortage
Doctors have turned machines to treat sleep apnea into ventilators for COVID-19 patients. Thousands are taking an online courses to run ventilators.        

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Apr 08, 2020

Today in History for April 8th
Highlights on this day in history: Funeral of Pope John Paul II; Pablo Picasso dies at 91; Teen aids patient Ryan White dies at 18; Hank Aaron hits 715th home run; Kurt Cobain found dead in home from self-inflicted gunshot wound. (April 8)       

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Apr 08, 2020

Three women killed, one injured in stabbing attack at Tennessee truck stop
Three women were killed and one was injured during a stabbing at a truck stop in Knoxville, Tennessee Tuesday. The suspect was also killed.        

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Apr 08, 2020

ShowBiz Minute: Prine, R Kelly, Fitness
Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73; Judge: R Kelly must remain locked up amid coronavirus crisis; Celebrities are still keeping up with their fitness goals behind closed doors. (April 8)       

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Apr 08, 2020

Labor movement: These are the largest worker strikes in American history
Many elements of gainful employment Americans may take for granted, such as health benefits and a living wage, were won by organized labor.       

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Apr 08, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: US death toll nears 13K; LA to require face masks; jubilant Wuhan marks end of lockdown
Coronavirus claims beloved singer John Prine. Wuhan celebrates lockdown end. Surgeon General Jerome Powell seems more optimistic. More news Wednesday.        

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Apr 08, 2020

Scientists looked into the mysterious lives of outdoor cats. They learned kitties don't go far, but they kill a lot of wildlife.
Researchers tracked the movements of nearly 1,000 outdoor cats and found that while they don't venture far, they can do a lot of ecological damage.       

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Apr 08, 2020

Did you catch the biggest, brightest full moon of the year? See the incredible Super Pink Moon.
While the pink supermoon comes during a trying time around the globe with the coronavirus pandemic, the full moon may provide comfort for some.        

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Apr 08, 2020

US hospital doctor offers glimpse of virus battle
A doctor on the front lines of New York City's coronavirus outbreak gave a rare glimpse into how hospitals are coping with the emergency. (April 7)       

USATODAY National News
Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Acting Navy secretary out; more NYC deaths than on 9/11; John Prine dies; Wisconsin voters go to the polls
While federal health officials have warned Americans of a grim week ahead, there are "positive signs" emerging in coronavirus hot spots.        

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Apr 07, 2020

'It's not fancy, but it works': Mississippi doctor uses garden hose, lamp timer and electronic valve to create makeshift ventilators
The makeshift Robertson Ventilator can be assembled with hardware-store supplies in 20-30 minutes at a cost of less than $100.        

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Apr 07, 2020

In California: Cases slow, but there's still a lot of social distancing to do
Coronavirus will peak in the Golden State on April 17, when an estimated 70 people will die, new modeling predicts. And a USA TODAY investigation shows health officials sounded the alarm on the virus long before action was taken. Plus: If you must grocery shop, read on for tips to do it safely.      

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Apr 07, 2020

Rio firefighter plays uplifting trumpet at 150 feet during Coronavirus outbreak
A Rio de Janeiro firefighter plays the trumpet atop a firetruck ladder 150 feet in the air for the city's residents during the coronavirus pandemic.       

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Apr 07, 2020

Trump: Modly resigning an 'unselfish thing to do'
President Donald Trump called Tuesday's resignation of Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly, who stepped down after upbraiding of the captain of the coronavirus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt, an "unselfish thing to do." (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Trump criticizes World Health Organization
President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned he would "put a hold" on U.S. funding for the World Health Organization, before backtracking and claiming, "I'm not saying I'm going to do it." (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Trump lashes out at critics over flu comparison
Trump lashes out at critics over flu comparison       

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Apr 07, 2020

'Terrified of dying': Immigrants beg to be released from immigration detention as coronavirus spreads
More than 34,000 people are being detained by ICE, but the agency has ignored calls to release migrants most vulnerable to the coronavirus.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Black people are overwhelmingly dying from coronavirus in cities across the US
With coronavirus cases and deaths soaring in cities with significant black populations, civil rights groups are urging the release of racial data.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Cargo ship leaves International Space Station
A SpaceX Dragon resupply spacecraft left the International Space Station Tuesday. It carries more than 4,000 pounds of scientific experiments and other cargo. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Virus-stricken cruise ship back in San Francisco
The Grand Princess cruise ship, once carrying some 3,000 passengers some stricken with coronavirus, returned to port in the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday with nearly 650 crew members aboard after they had completed their 14-day quarantine. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Acting Navy secretary out; more NYC deaths than on 9/11; surgeon general offers optimistic projection
While federal health officials have warned Americans of a grim week ahead, there are "positive signs" emerging in coronavirus hot spots.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 07, 2020

Washington Gov: Steps to curb virus are working
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says that steps that the state is taking to limit the spread of the coronavirus are having a positive impact. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Hard hit by virus, black voter turnout in question
Milwaukee County supervisor says Republicans are using a national health crisis as a form of voter suppression, as local black voters have been hard hit by coronavirus. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Some Wis. voters accept ballots won't be counted
A Milwaukee election official says many voters said they did not receive their requested absentee ballots and because they're unwilling to violate a stay-at-home order to vote in person, have accepted their primary votes would not be counted (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

AP Top Stories April 7 P
Here's the latest for Tuesday April 7th: New York posts worst one day death toll; Canada will produce 30,000 ventilators for country; Wisconsin voters practice social distancing during primary; A SpaceX resupply ship leaves international space station.       

USATODAY National News
Apr 07, 2020

Trump seeking $250B more for small businesses
President Donald Trump says his administration is asking congressional leaders to swiftly commit another $250 billion to replenish a new $349 billion small-business coronavirus program that is being overwhelmed by surging demand. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Kittens explore aquarium during virus outbreak
Georgia Aquarium had unexpected visitors last week - kittens from Atlanta Humane Society's foster home. The kittens, named Nemo, Dory, Guppy, Marlin and Bubbles, ran around the aquarium as its closed to visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Veterans nursing home in Georgia emptied for virus
The virus outbreak made it unsafe for Linda McCall to visit her husband, a veteran living in a Georgia nursing home. Now, the Department of Veterans Affairs has moved him 140 miles away - adding to her concern that he'll feel completely alone. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Maryland a hot spot, begins tracking data on race
Governor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the Maryland Department of Health will immediately begin providing demographic breakdowns on race of coronavirus patients and their case data including testing, hospitalizations and mortality rates. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Voters visit polling place despite virus fears
Voters visited a polling place in Madison, Wisconsin, despite fears of the coronavirus. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Workers turn to odd jobs for money during outbreak
Tallahassee, Florida resident Mike Newell lost his job as the coronavirus outbreak worsened. Now, it feels nearly impossible for him to find a job, so he's has taken up several odd jobs to sustain his family. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Acting Navy secretary out; Wisconsin voters line up at polls; surgeon general offers optimistic projection
While federal health officials have warned Americans of a grim week ahead, there are "positive signs" emerging in coronavirus hot spots.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 07, 2020

Taraji P. Henson on new film 'Coffee & Kareem', future of 'Empire' finale
Taraji P. Henson on new film 'Coffee & Kareem', future of 'Empire' finale       

USATODAY National News
Apr 07, 2020

Drive-through confessions during pandemic
Drive-through confessions in a Mass. parking lot as priests seek to balance the need for spiritual caregiving and social-distancing guidelines intended to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. (April 7).       

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Apr 07, 2020

Notables who have died from coronavirus complications
The coronavirus pandemic has affected many people around the world.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Wisconsin voters form long lines at polls; surgeon general says US death toll will be less than projections
Wisconsin voters faced the choice of going to the polls or abiding by the state's stay-at-home order. Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 07, 2020

Mayor: NYC committed to feeding all amid pandemic
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is working around the clock to make sure no New Yorker goes hungry. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Biggest, brightest full moon will be visible tonight. Here's how to view it from home.
While the pink supermoon comes during a trying time around the globe with the coronavirus pandemic, the full moon may provide comfort for some.        

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Apr 07, 2020

AMA: Science can fight virus, not misinformation
The president of the American Medical Association is urging U.S. leaders to base COVID-19 decision-making on science and facts, not politics and ideology. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Wisconsin primary underway amid virus
Wisconsin is asking hundreds of thousands of voters to ignore a stay-at-home order in the midst of a pandemic to participate in Tuesday's presidential primary election. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Outdoor cats don't go far, but they kill a lot of wildlife, study finds
Researchers tracked the movements of nearly 1,000 outdoor cats and found that while they don't venture far, they can do a lot of ecological damage.       

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Apr 07, 2020

The Kennedy curse: A look at how tragedy has historically followed this prominent family
With news of two Kennedy family members going missing in Chesapeake Bay, a look at the events that have compounded into the so-called 'Kennedy curse'.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Rio firefighter plays uplifting trumpet at 150 ft
A firefighter in Rio de Janeiro plays uplifting songs on the trumpet perched atop a firetruck ladder 150 feet in the air for the city's residents during the coronavirus pandemic. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Dan Levy talks possible 'Schitt's Creek' movie
Dan and Eugene Levy discuss the possibilty of a "Schitt's Creek" movie as the final season of the hit show airs in the U.S.. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

COVID survivor, 90: `Pray, and keep fighting'
Anna Fortunato says people were always reminding her that her name means "lucky" in Italian. But the 90-year-old Long Island, New York, woman says it took faith, hard work and toughness to survive the new coronavirus. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Wisconsin voters form long lines at polls despite stay-at-home order; Boris Johnson still in ICU
Wisconsin voters faced the choice of going to the polls or abiding by the state's stay-at-home order. Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Teen pilot flies medical supplies to hospitals
TJ Kim, who just turned 16, doesn't yet have his driver's license, but he's been flying across Virginia delivering gloves, masks, gowns and other supplies to rural hospitals in need. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

The day in pictures
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Trump hints at second stimulus check; Wisconsin faces election amid stay-at-home order
Wisconsin voters faced the choice of going to the polls or abiding by the state's stay-at-home order Tuesday.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Eugene and Dan Levy talk tearful end of 'Schitt's Creek'
Father and son Eugene and Dan Levy reveal on set tears as they wrapped filming on their hit comedy show, "Schitt's Creek." (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Eugene Levy: 'Schitt's Creek' depiction of acceptance 'hit a chord'
The stars of hit comedy "Schitt's Creek" celebrate the show's depiction of love and why they removed "negativity from the town" in which its set. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

NASA astronaut's estranged wife charged with lying about space crime allegation
Summer Worden accused astronaut Anne McClain of improperly accessing her bank account from the ISS, potentially the first crime committed in space.       

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Apr 07, 2020

ShowBiz Minute: Blackman, Lady Gaga, 'Hamilton'
Honor Blackman, who played Bond's Pussy Galore, dies at 94; Lady Gaga raises $35M for virus fight, curates all-star TV event; John Krasinski surprises a fan on his YouTube show with a live performance by the "Hamilton" cast. (April 7)        

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Donald Trump hints at second stimulus check; US deaths near 11K; Wisconsin faces election amid stay-at-home order
While federal health officials have warned Americans of a grim week ahead, there are "positive signs" emerging in coronavirus hot spots.        

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Apr 07, 2020

AP Top Stories April 7 A
Here's the latest for Tuesday April 7th: Wisconsin holds presidential primary; Republicans and Democrats work on new coronavirus rescue package; California lends out ventilators; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes to intensive care for coronavirus.       

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Apr 07, 2020

Dan Levy says 'Schitt's Creek' is a coping mechanism for viewers
The stars of comedy "Schitt's Creek" talk about how their show is helping viewers cope during the current coronavirus lockdown. (April 7)       

USATODAY National News
Apr 07, 2020

On This Day: 7 April 1954
Action superstar Jackie Chan was born in Hong Kong. (April 7)       

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Apr 07, 2020

No work, no stimulus check add anxiety for undocumented immigrant laborers
Immigrants without legal status who are not working during the coronavirus lockdown wonder how they will make ends meet.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Trump-touted virus treatment lacks evidence
Some politicians and doctors are sparring over whether to use hydroxychloroquine against the new coronavirus, with many of scientists saying the evidence is too thin to recommend it now. (April 6)       

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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Donald Trump hints at second stimulus check; US deaths surpass 10K; 3M to boost mask production; US stocks surge
Donald Trump talks second stimulus, while task force doctors and New York offer hope and stocks rally. Here are the latest coronavirus crisis updates.        

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Apr 07, 2020

Dr. Anthony Fauci: There are 'good signs' in US battle against coronavirus, but we're far from 'claiming victory'
Drs. Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx say there are encouraging signs after weeks of mitigation, but stress the U.S. is far from a coronavirus victory.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Today in History for April 7th
Highlights of this day in history: Civil war erupts in Rwanda; NY audience previews long-distance television; Auto pioneer Henry Ford dies in Dearborn, Mich.;Singer Billie Holiday, known as "Lady Day" is born in Philadelphia. (April 7)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: Trump hints at second round of stimulus checks; US deaths surpass 10K as NY offers glimmer of hope; stocks rally
Donald Trump talks second stimulus, while task force doctors and New York offer hope and stocks rally. Here are the latest coronavirus crisis updates.        

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Apr 06, 2020

Zoo cams surge in popularity during virus crisis
With Americans sheltering in place amid the coronavirus outbreak, zoos and aquariums across the nation have expanded their offerings of live webcams, providing people with "online safaris" to help entertain, educate and even ease the angst. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Domestic violence surges during virus shutdowns
Reports of domestic violence are surging worldwide as couples and families are stuck at home together for long periods because governments are ordering residents to shelter-in-place to stop the spread of coronavirus, according to advocates for abused       

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Apr 06, 2020

In California: 50,000 hospital beds, and a doctor who's been here before
The Golden State's preparing 50,000 extra beds for the expected surge in COVID-19 cases. And a doctor who fought Ebola in Liberia is now here battling the coronavirus. Plus, trying to get pregnant in the middle of a pandemic takes its toll.        

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Apr 06, 2020

US Customs and Border Protection confirms 160 COVID-19 cases among officers, agents
Customs and Border Protection, responsible for securing U.S. borders, confirmed on Monday that 160 of its employees had tested positive for COVID-19.       

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Trump says he had 'warm' conversation with Biden
President Donald Trump said he had a "really wonderful, warm" conversation with former Vice President Joe Biden that lasted approximately 15 minutes. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Work nearly finished on Detroit field hospital
Work is almost done on the week-long effort to transform a convention center in Detroit into a 1,000-bed field hospital used to treat coronavirus patients. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Convention center begins accepting virus patients
Coronavirus patients are arriving at the convention center in New Orleans, which has been converted into a support medical facility to ease pressure on area hospitals. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Texas troopers check drivers coming from Louisiana
At the state line on Interstate 10, Texas state troopers now actively check drivers coming from Louisiana, where the coronavirus has hit hard. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

California lends ventilators to US virus fight
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday the state would loan 500 ventilators to the national stockpile for use by New York and other states experiencing a crush of coronavirus-related hospitalizations. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus in the US: How all 50 states are responding - and why eight still refuse to issue stay-at-home orders
Forty-two states have stay-at-home orders in effect, covering more than 300 million Americans. Pressure is growing for the holdouts to follow suit.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Wisconsin governor moves to delay election
Wisconsin governor moves to delay election       

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Apr 06, 2020

CVS launches drive-thru rapid testing in Georgia
CVS sets up mass site for drive-thru testing for COVID-19 in Atlanta. Hundreds file in during first day in operation, pressing their IDs and cellphones against closed car windows to identify themsleves. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Stocks rise on upbeat virus news
A worldwide rally gained steam on Wall Street Monday, propelling major indexes up more than 7%. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

The Last Responder: A day with an NYC undertaker
The Associated Press spent a day on the road with a Brooklyn funeral director overwhelmed by demand due to the coronavirus outbreak. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

AP Top Stories April 6 P
Here's the latest for Monday April 6th: NY Governor says steep rise in coronavirus deaths leveling off; European countries continue to grapple with outbreak; UK outbreak worsening, PM Boris Johnson in hospital; Zoo-cams surge in popularity.       

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: British PM Boris Johnson in ICU; US deaths surpass 10K as NY offers glimmer of hope; hydroxychloroquine questions
The coronavirus hot spot of New York offered a glimmer of hope Monday as the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 10,000.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

NY zoo vet on confirmed cases of COVID in animals
The tiger that tested positive for the new coronavirus is the "first well-documented example of a person infecting an animal and an animal getting sick", said Dr. Paul Calle of the Bronx Zoo in New York. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

As coronavirus deaths mount, New York City examines 'temporary burials' on Hart Island, official says
New York City is looking into ways to temporarily bury the dead because of the mounting coronavirus death toll, a spokesperson for the mayor said.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Cuomo extends stay-at-home order, doubles fines
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo extended stay-at-home restrictions through the month and increased fines on violators to up to $1,000, citing fresh evidence Monday that the outbreak-fighting rules could be helping fight a worst-case catastrophe. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Florida governor: Unemployment system up to speed
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says the state's heavily criticized unemployment system should now be able to handle the crush of applicants it is receiving as workers lose their jobs during the coronavirus outbreak. (April 6)       

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: US deaths surpass 10K as New York offers glimmer of hope; hydroxychloroquine questions intensify
The coronavirus hot spot of New York offered a glimmer of hope Monday as the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 10,000.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Empty buildings across US now housing coronavirus patients, the homeless and first responders
Officials are turning to hotels, sports arenas and public spaces to house first responders, patients and homeless people.        

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Apr 06, 2020

Kudlow: Gives relief program an 'A' amid glitches
Director of the National Economic Council Larry Kudlow says he would give the Trump administration's relief program an "A" amid glitches that have slowed Americans getting money financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Reusable respirators protect doctors and nurses against coronavirus, they aren't in the national stockpile
Reusable respirators protect against the coronavirus just as well as N95 face masks. But the feds didn't buy them.        

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Easter Bunny and tooth fairy are 'essential workers,' New Zealand prime minister says
New Zealand has been under country-wide lockdown since late March, but the prime minister confirmed the Easter Bunny and tooth fairy are "essential."       

USATODAY National News
Apr 06, 2020

Michigan State using oven to decontaminate masks
Michigan State University is using a commercial oven to re-sterilize N95 masks. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus live updates: US deaths near 10K ahead of 'hardest and saddest week'; hydroxychloroquine questions intensify
The number of U.S. coronavirus deaths soon will reach 10,000, but there are signs outbreak may be reaching its apex in some areas.        

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Apr 06, 2020

Virus leaves Venice's iconic canals eerily empty
Canals in Venice are almost empty as Italy's fight against the coronavirus pandemic continues. Since the country went into lockdown on March 9, hotels, restaurants, cafés and most businesses have been shut. (April 6)       

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Apr 06, 2020

Anonymous donor sends $150 in gift cards to every household in 1,400-person Iowa town
"Nobody has a lot to smile about the last few weeks and this is definitely something to smile about," said Earlham Mayor Jeff Lillie.        

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