Monthly Archives: March 2020

Why Unemployment Means More Money for Some Under Stimulus Bill

Under the new coronavirus stimulus package signed by President Trump, some workers may earn more money from unemployment benefits than what they earned before being laid off. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why that is the case. Photo: Anna Watts … Continue reading

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Dr. Vin Gupta: Here in Seattle, ‘strict measures have worked’

Dr. Vin Gupta says a national lockdown is crucial to slow the virus and in Seattle, “strict measures have worked.” Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Coming Out of Coronavirus Lockdown

Beijing is emerging from a roughly two-month coronavirus lockdown, forcing people to adapt to a new way of life. WSJ’s Julie Wernau shows us how she’s changed her daily routine to protect herself from the virus. Photo composite: Crystal Tai … Continue reading

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New York Gov. Cuomo speaks out on brother’s coronavirus diagnosis

During his daily news conference, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo confirms his brother, Chris Cuomo, has tested positive for COVID-19 and says, "He is going to be fine." Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Coronavirus Update: New York’s Emergency Measures, Workers Walk Out

New York is gearing for the pandemic peak with unconventional hospital set ups, some delivery and grocery workers are walking out over hazard pay and better safety protection, and fresh economic data show China’s economy is slowly coming back to … Continue reading

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China begins easing coronavirus restrictions

Starting April 1, China will include asymptomatic coronavirus cases in its official daily tally. Reporter Janis Mackey Frayer joins Morning Joe to discuss. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Africa Faces a Grim Outlook on Coronavirus

Coronavirus is spreading rapidly in many African countries that have fewer weapons to fight it than developed nations. WSJ’s Joe Parkinson explains Africa’s unique vulnerabilities to the virus. Photo: AP Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live Video

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NY nurse: Treating coronavirus is like working in a ‘war zone’

Amy Lee Pacholk, a nurse from Stony Brook University Hospital, details what a day on the job is like for medical professionals dealing with the coronavirus pandemic in and around New York City. Read more Read the origin of topic … Continue reading

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Opinion: Harvard’s China Virus

Main Street: Coronavirus isn’t the only ‘stigma’ that has been imposed on Asian-Americans. Images: Associated Press/Bloomberg News Composite: Mark Kelly Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live Video

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Coronavirus pandemic highlights environmental injustice in Trump era

The coronavirus pandemic is taking the largest toll on poor communities, a reminder of how inequities in health and environmental policy reverberate during a crisis. A new Netflix documentary, “Something In The Water,” co-directed by Oscar-nominated actor Read more Read … Continue reading

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