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April 2, 2020

The two-time cancer survivor knew he could contract coronavirus when he walked into work to treat patients
Tracking the outbreak | Alerts | Newsletter | Podcast | Q&A | Timeline ... click to read more

US coronavirus death toll tops 5,000
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Tracking the virus: Coronavirus cases in the US by state
Tracking Covid-19 cases in the US ... click to read more

CNN investigates: Documents show backlog of 160,000 coronavirus tests at just one lab company
Tracking the outbreak | Alerts | Newsletter | Podcast | Q&A | Timeline ... click to read more

Taking a toll: Dr. Fauci reveals how virus work is affecting him
Dr. Anthony Fauci opens up to Dr. Sanjay Gupta on CNN's podcast about how he's coping with his personal health while juggling daily demands. ... click to read more

Chris Cuomo: I had wildest night of my life because of virus
Dr. Sanjay Gupta checks in with CNN's Chris Cuomo, who is in isolation after testing positive for coronavirus, and discusses one of the intense symptoms the anchor has experienced. ... click to read more

Impact: One block. Six businesses on the brink of disaster.
As of 2019, there were an estimated 30.7 million small businesses in the US, employing 59.9 million people, or almost half of the private sector workforce. Small businesses drive the American economy, but as the coronavirus pandemic has proven, they do so from a cliff. Many are about to fall off. ... click to read more

Podcast: Dr. Fauci more personal than you have ever heard him
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Opinion: What happens in the 4th wave of the pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic is already in its third disruptive wave in the United States. First came a few cases on the West Coast, culminating in the tragic nursing-home outbreak in Washington state. Next, the ongoing health care calamity in New York City, where the shortage of diagnostic tests, protec... click to read more

Fact check: Trump again misleads on ventilator shortages and coronavirus timeline at off-topic briefing
• Analysis: As tragic toll rises, so do questions about Trump's leadership • Source: Despite what White House say, tougher measures earlier 'might have made a difference ... click to read more

Nation's top coronavirus expert Dr. Anthony Fauci forced to beef up security as death threats increase
• Schumer wants to deal with coronavirus crisis before talking infrastructure recovery plan • Opinion: Trump's Covid-19 reelection strategy ... click to read more

More than 40 spring breakers who ignored public health advice test positive for virus
Dozens of spring breakers from Texas boarded a plane for fun and came home with coronavirus. ... click to read more

Ellis Marsalis Jr., patriarch of legendary musical family, dies of complications from coronavirus
Ellis Marsalis Jr., a New Orleans jazz legend, educator and father of four musical sons died on Wednesday, Ellis Marsalis Center for Music Director Emeritus Quint Davis told CNN. He was 85. ... click to read more

ER doctor who treated coronavirus patients dies from virus
CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with the husband and a friend of Dr. Frank Gabrin, an ER doctor who died within a week of contracting coronavirus after treating patients. ... click to read more

Malaysian government apologizes after advising wives to avoid 'nagging' during coronavirus lockdown
The Malaysian government was forced to apologize after its Women's Development Department published a series of sexist "tips" to help deal with the ongoing coronavirus lockdown, including advising women to continue to wear makeup and to "avoid nagging." ... click to read more

FBI sees spike in gun sale background checks amid coronavirus pandemic
The FBI reported a 41% surge in background checks by individuals attempting to purchase firearms in the United States last month, according to newly released data from the agency, a significant increase over the same period last year. ... click to read more

Dr. Gupta identifies 'big concern' in staggering death projections
Dr. Sanjay Gupta says that unless the entire country has a cohesive social distancing order, the projected coronavirus death toll of 100,000 to 200,000 is optimistic. ... click to read more

FDA calls for heartburn drug Zantac to be pulled from market immediately
The US Food and Drug Administration is requesting that manufacturers pull all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs, known by the brand name Zantac, from the market immediately, the agency announced on Wednesday. ... click to read more

The 'game changer' that wasn't: Company falsely claimed FDA authorization for coronavirus blood test
The company claimed it would distribute the first coronavirus antibody test authorized by the US Food and Drug Administration. It promised to detect current and past infections in as little as two minutes -- with just a tiny amount of blood. ... click to read more

Nurse tricked hospital to get tested. She tested positive.
A nurse in New York who was showing symptoms of coronavirus worked at two hospitals for about seven days while waiting on test results that would eventually come back positive. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has the story. ... click to read more

Print this tip sheet to make sure you don't bring coronavirus back home with you
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When will you get your stimulus cash, and how?
The US government is preparing to send out direct payments to help individuals amid the coronavirus pandemic, but those who need the money most may be waiting the longest to see it. ... click to read more

Here's what to do if you can't pay your rent
When Brooklyn Ramsey paid her $800 rent for April, she also sent the management company a message. ... click to read more

Humans are terrible at being apart. Here's why and what to do about it
In Tokyo, crowds have been congregating in parks each day to see the cherry blossoms at peak bloom. Some 6,000 miles away in Washington DC, people were doing the exact same thing. ... click to read more

Allergies, flu or coronavirus? Telling the difference
The coronavirus has infected more than 100,000 people worldwide. With all of the news of event cancellations, empty flights and health precautions (wash your hands!), it's natural that people may get a little anxious every time they feel a tickle in their throat or the beginnings of a bad cough. ... click to read more

What small businesses need to know about the government's new forgivable loan program
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Social Security recipients will automatically receive stimulus pay
The Treasury Department, clearing up confusion, has announced Social Security recipients will not have to file a tax return in order to receive the economic stimulus payments the government is preparing to send out amid the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

See Gov. Cuomo's heartfelt message to his 'little brother' and 'best friend' Chris
Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke about his brother Chris Cuomo, lauding him for continuing to anchor his show on CNN to show people what it could look like to have coronavirus. ... click to read more

JK Rowling launches 'Harry Potter at Home' hub for kids in lockdown
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Your pet won't give you coronavirus, experts say
To the best of current scientific knowledge, can you get the coronavirus called Covid-19 from your dog or cat? Or give it to them? ... click to read more

Where to get health insurance if you lost your job
For millions of Americans, a job doesn't only mean a paycheck -- it also provides their health insurance. ... click to read more

Nobel prize-winning economist: The relief package turned out better than I thought it would
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You can use these disinfectants against coronavirus
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Women are using code words at pharmacies to escape domestic violence during lockdown
On Sunday, a woman walked into a pharmacy in the French city of Nancy, one of the few public places still open after the government imposed a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of a dangerous virus. ... click to read more

Lori Loughlin and 13 other defendants move to dismiss charges in college admissions scandal
Attorneys for parents in the college admissions scandal case, including Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, filed a collection of motions to the dismiss charges against them in Massachusetts federal court Wednesday. ... click to read more

Outbreak could redefine labor in America
In Covid-19's upheaval of the American economy, supply-and-demand patterns were swiftly knocked out of whack. ... click to read more

'The Masked Singer' reveals the White Tiger's identity
Watch to find out which celeb was underneath the White Tiger costume. ... click to read more

A Florida skeptic has a change of heart
When it's safe to travel again, I know where I'm going first: Florida. ... click to read more

Ina Garten makes giant cocktail for ... one
Barefoot Contessa's Ina Garten demonstrates the best way to make a cosmo ... click to read more

Vanilla Ice parody among epic videos urging you to stay home
Lawmakers are taking aim at "knuckleheads" and "idiots" and getting creative about how they tell people to "stay the beep home." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports. ... click to read more

'Tiger King': 'Doc' Antle and Jeff Lowe speak out against docuseries
Bhagavan "Doc" Antle doesn't think people should take "Tiger King" very seriously. ... click to read more

Is this AI-powered 'mirror gym' the future of home exercise?
For many Americans, regular exercise is an elusive commitment -- one made at the beginning of January that peters out within weeks or months. Busy work schedules, a lack of motivation and unease towards exercising in public all contribute to the dismal statistic that only around a quarter of adults... click to read more

Jack Black's shirtless 'quarantine dance' takes TikTok by storm
Jack Black is the latest in a stream of celebrities, including Gordon Ramsay, Justin and Hailey Bieber, joining TikTok since the coronavirus crisis began. ... click to read more

South Africa gathered homeless people into a sports stadium
The policeman raised his bullhorn to shout instructions, backed up by a group of soldiers piling out of an armored personnel carrier. ... click to read more

Can't find what you want in the grocery store? Here's why
The coronavirus pandemic has delivered a shock to tens of millions of people in rich countries around the world: Suddenly, they can't buy the food they want, when they want. ... click to read more

The world could soon run out of space to store oil. That may plunge prices below zero
The world's thirst for oil has evaporated. ... click to read more

Booze sales are booming as people stockpile alcohol ... but it may not last
The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of Americans to stay home, and they're drinking a lot of alcohol to pass time — for now. ... click to read more

Face masks could be part of the answer
Should everyone be wearing masks? ... click to read more

We must prepare for what's next
The next phase of the Covid-19 pandemic will be extremely challenging as people we know and love come down with the disease. Some may become gravely ill and even die. But we are not powerless against the virus. We must prepare ourselves for what's ahead and have a plan, starting with ourselves and ... click to read more

The ethical minefield of prioritizing health care
"We are at war with a virus that threatens to tear us apart," the World Health Organization Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, told world leaders in a virtual summit on the coronavirus pandemic Thursday. ... click to read more

The problem with shutting down outpatient care
My mother still needs her mammogram. My colleague with a family history of melanoma needs that suspicious mole examined. My elderly friend who struggles with glaucoma and cataracts still needs to see her ophthalmologist. All of these conditions require outpatient care -- a suddenly scarce resource... click to read more

The threat that coronavirus poses to US democracy
Over the weekend, New York joined Delaware and Pennsylvania as the latest states to move their primaries to June in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the territory of Puerto Rico, which had already moved its primary to late April, now finds itself less than a month away from holding an ... click to read more

Boris Johnson learns no one is immune to Covid-19
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has spent a lifetime convinced he is immune from the rules lesser mortals must abide by. The trouble is, no one told Covid-19. ... click to read more

History's verdict on Trump will be devastating
In a crisis, all is revealed. ... click to read more

Tracking coronavirus' global spread
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More than 60 residents of an Italian elder care home died in a month
More than a third of residents in an elder care home near Milan died in less than a month during the coronavirus pandemic, a spokesperson for the facility has revealed. ... click to read more

Middle Eastern country's virus tests 'eclipses' Western countries
The UAE has conducted over 220,000 Covid-19 tests, according to the country's Ministry of Health and Prevention. It is also the fifth country in the world to set up drive-through testing. CNN's Sam Kiley reports. ... click to read more

Analysis: Power-hungry leaders are itching to exploit the coronavirus crisis
As Covid-19 brings the world to a halt, some world leaders have spotted an opportunity to tighten their grip on power. ... click to read more

Ecuador's largest waterfall has disappeared
The largest waterfall in Ecuador has seemingly vanished after a sinkhole swallowed part of its water source. ... click to read more

Evidence of ancient rainforests found in Antarctica
When dinosaurs roamed the Earth 90 million years ago, the planet was much warmer, including Antarctica at the South Pole. But in a surprising twist, researchers have discovered evidence that Antarctica also supported a swampy rainforest at the time, according to a new study. ... click to read more

Man with coronavirus symptoms went to hospital to see his partner give birth
A woman who gave birth in a New York hospital was discharged after she started showing symptoms of coronavirus. ... click to read more

NASA and SpaceX prepare to launch astronauts from the US again
For the first time since the final space shuttle mission in 2011, astronauts will launch into space aboard an American rocket and spacecraft from American soil, according to NASA. ... click to read more

Thousands of Tennessee doctors and officials want the governor to issue stay-at-home order
A growing chorus of Tennessee doctors and local leaders want Gov. Bill Lee to issue a stay-at-home order, warning that the coronavirus outbreak will only worsen in the state if he doesn't. ... click to read more

Convicted serial killer known as the 'Grim Sleeper' found dead in prison cell
A convicted serial killer, who murdered and preyed on women in California over a span of three decades, died over the weekend at San Quentin State Prison. ... click to read more

Dolly Parton gives $1 million to coronavirus research
Dolly Parton, no one can hold a candle to you. ... click to read more

The one item in every genius' closet
When the disgraced health entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes was indicted on fraud charges for her lab-testing company Theranos last year, much of the media discussion rested not on her alleged corporate recklessness and staggering abuses of trust, but on her sartorial choices: black jackets, black slac... click to read more

The story behind Audrey Hepburn's little black dress
Remember when actress Audrey Hepburn turned a sleek black dress into an enduring symbol of understated style? It was 1961, and Hepburn was playing the part of troubled call girl Holly Golightly in Blake Edwards' "Breakfast at Tiffany's," based on the novella by Truman Capote. ... click to read more

Harry Styles defies gender norms in bold magazine cover shoot
Harry Styles has appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and GQ. But the singer's recent cover is the most provocative yet. ... click to read more

The game-changing typeface that's ruled for decades
Even if you've never heard of it, Helvetica has been part of your life. This typeface is, very literally, everywhere: computer screens, billboards, buildings, street signs and posters. ... click to read more

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