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Days After a Funeral in a Georgia Town, Coronavirus ‘Hit Like a Bomb’

Days After a Funeral in a Georgia Town, Coronavirus ‘Hit Like a Bomb’ A mourner came to Albany, Ga., to attend the funeral of a retired janitor. After a pause while the infections incubated, the virus swept through the community.

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Behind Trump’s Reversal on Reopening the Country: 2 Sets of Numbers

Behind Trump’s Reversal on Reopening the Country: 2 Sets of Numbers An estimate of the number of possible deaths and polling that showed a cautious public changed, for now, the president’s approach to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Human Stories of the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Human Stories of the Coronavirus Pandemic Some students want to abolish grades; people are working on their “Quarantine Routines”; and, handily, it’s National Doctor’s Day.

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As Governors Plead for Tests, Trump Promises Ventilators to Europe

As Governors Plead for Tests, Trump Promises Ventilators to Europe Maryland, Virginia and Arizona issued statewide stay-at-home orders, and the F.D.A. granted emergency approval for the use of two malaria drugs to treat some coronavirus patients.

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Are Bike Lanes Really Safe?

Are Bike Lanes Really Safe? I’ve had two recent cycling accidents in which I had the right of way but inattentive drivers cut me off.

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Some in N.Y.C. Can't Afford to Quarantine. So They Brave the Subway

Some in N.Y.C. Can Subway use has plummeted in recent weeks, but in poorer areas of New York City, many people are still riding.

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Coronavirus Prompts Instacart and Amazon Strikes Over Health Concerns

Coronavirus Prompts Instacart and Amazon Strikes Over Health Concerns The two companies are the latest targets of labor action by groups fearing virus exposure on the job.

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‘Emergency’ Online Library Draws Ire of Some Authors

‘Emergency’ Online Library Draws Ire of Some Authors Internet Archive has made 1.4 million books available free online, which some say hurts writers and advances a harmful “copyright ideology.”

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N.C.A.A. Allows Extra Year of Eligibility for Athletes in Curtailed Spring Sports

N.C.A.A. Allows Extra Year of Eligibility for Athletes in Curtailed Spring Sports The decision did not cover winter sports, like basketball and gymnastics, which had postseason events disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak.

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914 Dead in N.Y.C., and City’s Virus Case Count Tops 38,000

914 Dead in N.Y.C., and City’s Virus Case Count Tops 38,000 The outbreak’s toll continued to rise amid a hopeful sign: the arrival of a Navy hospital ship to ease the strain on the city’s overwhelmed hospitals.

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