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The CDC now recommends everyone use cloth masks in public

There’s evidence that everyone should use masks in certain public settings. But there’s also a shortage of masks for health care workers.

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How small businesses can get money from the stimulus package

Here’s how to access the $360 billion in loans and grants that the CARES Act allocates for small businesses.

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Everything you need to know about making your own face mask

Even if you’re not crafty at all.

Andrew Yang told Asian Americans to prove their Americanness. Here’s why that’s wrong.

Andrew Yang argues that Asian Americans should work to prove their Americanness in order to fight xenophobia.

Trump ordered more N95 masks. 3M says his tactics could make the shortage worse.

As millions of respirators keep surfacing, health care workers say they need more.

The toilet paper shortage is more complicated than you think

Suppliers aren’t sure when toilet paper will be readily available again.

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Mask on? Mask off?

In an about-face, the Centers for Disease Control would now like you to cover your mouth and nose when you go outside.

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Trump has fired the intelligence watchdog who first flagged Ukraine whistleblower complaint

I’m disabled and need a ventilator to live. Am I expendable during this pandemic?

 Meet the woman who invented the Moomins

Texas’s election law could disenfranchise millions during a pandemic

“We are on our own”: How the coronavirus pandemic is hurting child care workers

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The Vox guide to navigating the coronavirus crisis

How to navigate society’s new normal.

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Your coronavirus grocery questions, answered by experts

America’s emergency medical stockpile is almost empty. Nobody knows what happens next.

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Jared Kushner’s ventilator remarks contradicted a government website. Hours later, the site was changed.

“We’re gonna find out”: Amid coronavirus crisis, Trump admits New York may not have ventilators it needs

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The 11 best movies that are newly available to watch at home

Disney sets new release dates for Mulan and Black Widow, adds Captain Marvel 2 in 2022

Beyond Dungeons & Dragons: A guide to the vast, exciting world of tabletop RPGs

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US airlines are waiving fees and canceling flights as coronavirus spreads

What we know about the fourth coronavirus relief bill

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The race to make more ventilators

The race to make more ventilators

7 case studies that show how coronavirus spreads before you know you’re sick

A syllabus for the end of the world

8 great fitness apps for socially distant gym-goers

Why people are being released from jails and prisons during the pandemic

America has no federal response to this crisis

Trump and the “P Act,” debate over face coverings: Friday’s coronavirus news

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The US needs a 9/11 Commission for the coronavirus

The online board game Dominion is the only thing keeping me sane during coronavirus

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The mask shortage is forcing health workers to disregard basic infection control

How the US stacks up to other countries in confirmed coronavirus cases

Why we want to buy so much stuff during quarantine

Coronavirus isn’t transphobic. But America’s economic and health systems are.

How coronavirus has changed US employment, in 6 charts

What social solidarity demands of us in a pandemic

A judge may have saved thousands of Wisconsin voters from being disenfranchised by coronavirus

New data says the unemployment rate surged to 4.4 percent in March — but the truth is worse

Gerrymandering is bad for democracy. The new doc Slay the Dragon shows how to fight it.

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Will video dating become the new normal?

"In the conversations I’m having on Hinge, coronavirus comes up every single time."