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Live Coronavirus News and Updates (jeu., 02 avril 2020)
Florida’s governor issued a stay-at-home order after a call with President Trump, who said he still opposes a similar national order.
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A Ventilator Stockpile, With One Hitch: Thousands Do Not Work (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
While President Trump has assured states that thousands of ventilators remain at the ready, thousands more are in storage, unmaintained or otherwise unusable.
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Should Doctors Have the Right to Withhold Care From the Sickest Coronavirus Patients? (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
With a looming shortage of equipment for coronavirus patients in New York City, doctors say they may soon need to make difficult choices.
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Coronavirus in Florida: Governor Finally Orders Residents to Stay Home (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
Gov. Ron DeSantis said the decision corresponded with the “national pause” effectively recommended by the White House.
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N.Y.C. Virus Death Toll Nears 1,400 as a Key Date Looms: Live Updates (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
Mayor de Blasio has often said April 5 was a “demarcation line” in the coronavirus fight. Now it is just days away, and supplies are still badly needed.
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Retailers Under Pressure to Protect Workers: Live Business Updates (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Full Coronavirus Coverage (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)

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Malaria Drug Helps Coronavirus Patients Improve, in Small Study (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
A group of moderately ill people were given hydroxychloroquine, which appeared to ease their symptoms quickly, but more research is needed.
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The Coronavirus Patients Betrayed by Their Own Immune Systems (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
A “cytokine storm” becomes an all-too-frequent phenomenon, particularly among the young. But treatments are being tested.
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Some Coronavirus Patients Show Signs of Stroke, Seizures and Confusion (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Doctors have observed neurological symptoms, including confusion, stroke and seizures, in a small subset of Covid-19 patients.
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Brazil and Coronavirus: Defiant Bolsonaro Dismisses Threat (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
President Jair Bolsonaro, who has called the virus a “measly cold,” is the sole major world leader continuing to question the merits of lockdown measures to fight the pandemic.
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Iran, Devastated by Coronavirus, Says U.S. Sanctions Are Taking Lives (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Iran, devastated by the coronavirus, is asking the U.S. to lift sanctions on humanitarian grounds. U.S. officials say sanctions aren’t to blame; Iran is.
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‘We Are in a Cage:’ Spanish Town Lives Under a Lockdown Within a Lockdown (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
A town near Barcelona has withdrawn into itself to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Dozens have died at an overstretched hospital, and the cost of confinement goes far beyond illness.
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28 Texas Students Have Coronavirus After Spring Break Trip (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
A group of about 70 students from the University of Texas at Austin celebrated spring break in Mexico, but returned to find that 28 had tested positive. Dozens more are being monitored.
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Coronavirus in L.A. County: Can Hospitals Handle a Surge of Cases? (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
One is a top-ranked research hospital that draws celebrities and royalty. The other serves some of the city’s most vulnerable communities. Neither says it has the equipment it will need when virus cases surge.
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Start-Ups Are Pummeled in the ‘Great Unwinding’ (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Dozens have laid off thousands, slashed costs and changed their businesses to try to survive the pandemic. All that may not work.
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How ‘Never Bernie’ Voters Threw In With Biden and Changed the Primary (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
After Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire and Nevada, his campaign hit a roadblock: a wide range of Democrats who would do anything to stop him. Joe Biden became their vehicle.
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Pro-Trump Super PAC to Spend $10 Million on Attack Ads Against Biden (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
The ads bought by the group, America First, will air in three Rust Belt states that were pivotal to President Trump’s victory in 2016.
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A Brain Hack to Break the Coronavirus Anxiety Cycle (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Uncertainty about coronavirus spreads anxiety through social contagion. Here’s a way to minimize that.
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Grieving the Losses of Coronavirus (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
In addition to the tragic losses of life and health and jobs, we are grieving the losses of weddings, sports and the ability to buy eggs or get a haircut.
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Cannabis Scientists Are Chasing the Perfect High (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Chemists at some of the biggest legal-weed companies are after an elusive prize: a predictable, reliable product.
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Coronavirus, Recession, ‘Tiger King’: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Modern Love Podcast: In the Midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic, People Share Their Love Stories (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
How has coronavirus impacted relationships? People around the world answer.
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From the Archives: Colson Whitehead and Jeffrey Toobin (Fri, 27 Mar 2020)
Whitehead discusses “The Underground Railroad,” and Toobin talks about “American Heiress.”
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A Pod From Both Our Houses (Thu, 26 Mar 2020)
A new season for a new time.
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These Coronavirus Exposures Might Be the Most Dangerous (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
As with any other poison, viruses are usually deadlier in larger amounts.
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We’re Betraying Our Doctors and Nurses (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
Health care professionals are being punished for protecting themselves, and us.
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Well, at Least Trump Hasn’t … (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
Always look on the bright side of life.
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Covid-19 Is Twisting 2020 Beyond All Recognition (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
The coronavirus crisis will determine whether Trump is a one-term president, but it may reshape the social order far more.
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The Case for a Rent Moratorium (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
We need another aid bill. Elected officials have a responsibility to stabilize both communities and the housing market.
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Climate Progress Stalls Again, Thanks to Trump’s New Auto Rules (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
He’s walking back a major effort to slow global warming.
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He Was Already Sick. Was His Life Worth Less Than Yours? (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
With the coronavirus upon us, Americans now must confront death up close.
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Coronavirus Lockdown: We're Not Wired to Be This Alone (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Digital chats and virtual cocktails can lift our longing only so much.
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How South Korea Solved Its Face Mask Shortage (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Neighborhood pharmacists and government intervention were the secret weapons.
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Protect the Doctors and Nurses Who Are Protecting Us (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
They need immunity from lawsuits and prosecution for triage decisions.
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Trump’s ‘Lack of Leadership’ During the Coronavirus Crisis (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Readers contrast the president’s statements with the facts and urge a national stay-at-home edict.
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Late-Night TV Is Back: No Studios, No Audiences, No Problems (Mostly) (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Forced to improvise, hosts have returned with radically stripped down productions made from home. Can they keep it feeling fresh — and their kids out of the frame?
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Why a Pandemic Is Bringing Out Our Best Online (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Welcome to On Tech, a daily newsletter on how technology is changing all of our lives — for better or worse.
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Animals, Sex and Guns? Eric Goode Knew ‘Tiger King’ Had Potential (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Goode, who directed the Netflix series with Rebecca Chaiklin, talked about its creation and its unexpected success during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus Delays Key Global Climate Talks (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
This year’s United Nations-sponsored climate talks, widely regarded as the most important climate meeting of the last four years, were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Man Wanted in 3 Killings Is Locked in Armed Standoff on Florida Highway (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
The authorities said that Caesar Zamien Lamar Crockett Jr. kidnapped his 2-year-old son after fatally shooting three family members in Macon, Ga., on Tuesday night.
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The 2020 Census: How Coronavirus Has Affected It (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
The Census Bureau faced enormous hurdles in transforming the census for the digital age. The coronavirus epidemic upended a huge part of its plans.
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T-Mobile Closes Merger With Sprint, and a Wireless Giant Is Born (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
The new T-Mobile will have over 100 million customers and plans to take on AT&T and Verizon.
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Auto Sales Plummet in First Quarter as Coronavirus Keeps Buyers Away (Thu, 02 Apr 2020)
After a strong first two months of the year, sales tumbled in March as Americans stayed home.
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The World Pushes Back Against E-Cigarettes and Juul (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Facing ire at home, the e-cigarette giant counted on international expansion to offset losses in the U.S., but the regulatory response abroad has been even stricter.
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Prepare for War or Fight Coronavirus? U.S. Military Battles Competing Instincts (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
The Navy has so far refused to completely evacuate the Theodore Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier where 93 service members have been confirmed to be infected.
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After 94 Years, the Song Ends for the Turtle Bay Music School (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
The closing of the Manhattan institution, born in the days of Gershwin, after an ill-fated effort to relocate illustrates the struggle for small nonprofits.
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The Spiky Blob Seen Around the World (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
How C.D.C. medical illustrators created the coronavirus pandemic’s most iconic image.
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The 18 Best TV Shows for Vicarious Travel Thrills (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Circle the globe with these international thrillers, comedies, dramas and documentaries.
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Before You Adopt: Planning a Lifelong Commitment to Your Pet’s Health (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Ask yourself these questions and think about these issues before you adopt. Your life — and that of your new pet — will be better for it.
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Don’t Overdo the Coronavirus Stockpiling (Tue, 31 Mar 2020)
How to shop for food responsibly, without overstocking your bunker — and why you should only buy what you need.
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Home Schooling, Simplified (Tue, 31 Mar 2020)
How to turn cramped quarters into a space conducive to learning.
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How Should I Do Laundry Now? (Tue, 31 Mar 2020)
The new coronavirus has made many people stressed about clothes and cleanliness, especially those living in cities.
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A Family Heirloom, Restored From Hood to Taillights (Sun, 29 Mar 2020)
A Ford Model A that has been part of one family’s lives across five generations got a 30-year restoration.
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Has Your Dystopian Play Come in Handy? (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
These nine playwrights spent years dreaming up cataclysms and plagues. Did that prepare them for the current crisis? Sometimes.
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Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield Is Out of the Storm, Cleareyed (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
The 31-year-old singer and songwriter’s new album, “Saint Cloud,” has a cleaner sound and some of her most evocative lyrics.
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How to Touch Up Your Roots at Home (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Here’s what you should and shouldn’t do.
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Stuck Inside? Here’s an Australian Kids’ Show Every Parent Can Love (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
“Bluey” is the country’s biggest children’s TV export since “The Wiggles,” speaking with rare frankness to young and old.
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Keeping Older People Safe During the Coronavirus Crisis (Tue, 31 Mar 2020)
How caregivers can use technology to help older people minimize going to the doctor during this pandemic.
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Stuck Inside? Keep Walking (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Taking an extra 4,000 steps a day, even if it’s around your living room, may lower your risk of dying prematurely.
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Coronavirus May Add Billions to U.S. Health Care Bill (Wed, 01 Apr 2020)
Insurance premiums could spike as much as 40 percent next year, a new analysis warns, as employers and insurers confront the projected tens of billions of dollars in additional costs of treating coronavirus patients.
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An All-Quesadilla Diet Is OK for Now (Mon, 30 Mar 2020)
Kids need comfort food, too, and much more this week from NYT Parenting.
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It’s Time to Make Your Own Face Mask (Tue, 31 Mar 2020)
Here’s how to do it.
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The U.S. Is Not Winning the Coronavirus Fight (Tue, 31 Mar 2020)
This chart shows why.
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Try Tiles (Tue, 24 Mar 2020)
Our soothing matching game may help you de-stress.
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The Crossword, Vertex and More (Tue, 24 Mar 2020)
Solve the daily puzzle edited by Will Shortz, or try out other games like the Mini and Letter Boxed.
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Try Spelling Bee (Tue, 24 Mar 2020)
Puzzle throughout the day to see how many words you can find.
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