April 2, 2020
The number of coronavirus infections worldwide has hit 1 million, with more than 50,000 deaths, according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.
Singapore, Vietnam and Hong Kong are imposing social restrictions they had avoided until now as COVID-19 infections continue to rise.
California is fighting to supply hospitals with needed personal protective equipment, or PPE. Fierce competition and a lack of central coordination is hampering efforts.
Chrystia Freeland has been called Canada’s ‘minister of everything,’ in charge of the country’s battle against the coronavirus and designated as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s successor if he falls ill.
Blood centers are ramping up efforts to collect plasma from people who recovered from COVID-19 in hopes their coronavirus antibodies could save lives.
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With call centers in India, the Philippines and elsewhere shut down for the coronavirus, many robocall companies have simply stopped making calls.
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Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine will serve the balance of his federal sentence in home confinement, a judge ordered, due to coronavirus-related conditions in prison.
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Donald Trump’s White House reality show has received more attention, but Andrew Cuomo, Gavin Newsom and others offer a picture of getting things done.
Patti LuPone’s videos on Twitter are medicine to fans: “I live for Patti on a normal day, but the joy she fills me with is especially vital right now.”
Netflix’s “Pandemic: How to Fight an Outbreak” debuted as the coronavirus outbreak started to grow. The makers speak out about their prescient docuseries.
LaMelo Ball is a team owner at age 18. He and manager Jermaine Jackson have purchased Australia’s Illawarra Hawks, Jackson told ESPN on Thursday.
Former boxing champion Mia St. John attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings six times a week. She struggles with gatherings banned because of the coronavirus.
UCLA junior Nia Dennis became an internet sensation with a floor routine inspired by Beyoncé. It earned her recognition from celebrities and a verified Twitter account.
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