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So far, more than 50,000 people from 180 countries and regions have died from the deadly outbreak

US has reported more than 236,000 cases, with more than 5,600 deaths

Trump invokes Defense Production Act to 'facilitate the supply' of equipment for ventilators

Chris Cuomo: I had wildest night of my life because of virus
Dr. Sanjay Gupta checks in with CNN's Chris Cuomo, who is in isolation after testing positive for coronavirus, and discusses one of the intense symptoms the anchor has experienced.

Experts: Coronavirus can spread through talking or breathing
Tracking the outbreak | Alerts | Newsletter | Podcast | Q&A | Timeline

A coronavirus widow's warning: Her husband died before their family could say goodbye
Tracking the outbreak | Alerts | Newsletter | Podcast | Q&A | Timeline

'Like a disaster film:' See what Times Square looks like now
CNN's Richard Quest reports from New York City where streets and iconic landmarks are eerily empty as the novel coronavirus puts the city on lockdown. The US has reported over 5,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Tracking the virus: Coronavirus cases in the US by state
Tracking Covid-19 cases in the US

Podcast: How do you stay at home if you are homeless?

White House coronavirus press briefing
• Delayed relief? Some could wait 20 weeks for stimulus checks, IRS tells House Democrats • Another fianancial cost: Coronavirus crisis will expand America's racial wealth gap • Analysis: Coronavirus has permanently changed our economy and the way we live

'Inexcusable,' Gupta and Cooper stunned by governor's remark
• Fact check: Georgia governor says we just learned people without symptoms could spread virus. Experts have been saying that for months. • Analysis: How 2 Trump-loving governors are struggling amid the coronavirus crisis

In just one day, Louisiana reports 2,700 new cases and 37 new deaths from coronavirus
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said he will extend the state's stay-at-home order until April 30 as the numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths surge.

This Midwestern mayor is fighting to get her residents to take coronavirus seriously

Opinion: What happened when a president ignored the science on an epidemic
The sickness is hidden at first; nobody knows if they have it, if they are a carrier. There is confusion too. Many questions about how the infection spreads. People don't curb risky behavior. Scientists warn about exponential growth in the number of cases. People start to get sick. They cough, gasp for breath, become too weak to get out of bed. Often alone. So much death. Families, clinics, hospitals, entire communities are overwhelmed. It is a virus; new and not understood, contagious and indiscriminate.

Thousands of ventilators in maintenance as government struggles to meet needs
The federal government had faulty ventilators. Then the coronavirus hit.

Nurse: I'm 28 years old and writing my will
Nurses in New York made passionate pleas for more protective equipment while they treat patients amid the coronavirus pandemic.

FBI warns video calls are getting hijacked. It's called 'Zoombombing'
As video conference app Zoom surges in popularity due to increased usage amid the coronavirus pandemic, federal officials are now warning of a new potential privacy and security concern called "Zoombombing."

Chris Cuomo crashes brother's news conference to share dream he had after diagnosis
CNN's Chris Cuomo joined his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, during his press briefing to give an update on his experience fighting coronavirus.

Navy removes commander of aircraft carrier hit by coronavirus outbreak
The commander of a US aircraft carrier which has been hit by a major outbreak of the coronavirus is expected to be removed from duty after being suspected of leaking a memo earlier this week warning Navy leadership that decisive action was needed to save the lives of the ship's crew.

Analysis: Why in the world is Wisconsin still holding a primary on Tuesday?
On March 25, Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers issued a stay-at-home directive to the state's residents, telling them to avoid "unnecessary trips" and limit travel "to essential needs like going to the doctor, grabbing groceries or getting medication."

Trump campaign sends letter to Sessions demanding he stop invoking Trump
President Donald Trump's campaign has sent a letter to Jeff Sessions demanding the former attorney general stop using Trump's name in his campaign materials for his US Senate bid.

Wife shares heartbreaking story after 30-year-old husband died of coronavirus
Ben Luderer, a 30-year-old New Jersey teacher and coach, passed away only days after contracting coronavirus. Brandy Luderer, his wife, shares the heartbreaking details with CNN's Alisyn Camerota.

Analysis: How the fight for the Senate is slowly moving toward Democrats
With the country -- and the world -- focused full-time on the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, you may have missed this: The fight for the Senate continues to move slowly but surely in Democrats' direction.

This luxury restaurant closed when New York hit pause. Now it's reopening to feed first responders
It's safe to say no one in the world is sitting down to a three-plus hour, eight-course dinner costing hundreds of dollars at any of the top fine destinations around the globe.

A woman trained her dog to deliver groceries to a neighbor with health problems
Renee Hellman never imagined a golden retriever delivering groceries to her home.

Coronavirus symptoms: A list and when to seek help
What are the telling signs that you may have the novel coronavirus which causes Covid-19?

With coronavirus closing schools, here's how you can help food insecure children
On any given day, the National School Lunch Program provides low-cost or free lunches to 29.7 million children. But the coronavirus pandemic is shutting down schools and parents are scrambling to find ways to feed their hungry kids.

Here's what to do if you can't pay your rent
When Brooklyn Ramsey paid her $800 rent for April, she also sent the management company a message.

Filing for unemployment benefits? Read this first
Unemployment benefits are becoming a financial lifeline for millions of Americans after their employers shut their doors to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.

Social Security recipients will automatically receive stimulus pay
The Treasury Department, clearing up confusion, has announced Social Security recipients will not have to file a tax return in order to receive the economic stimulus payments the government is preparing to send out amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Print this tip sheet to make sure you don't bring coronavirus back home with you

Opinion: Tune in to Dr. Fauci

CNN's Chris Cuomo: I feel worse, but I got great news
CNN's Chris Cuomo says that although he feels worse one day after being diagnosed with coronavirus, he received some great news regarding his family.

How to train yourself not to touch your face
We're washing our hands, staying at home and standing 6 feet apart when we do need to go out. What else can we do to limit the spread of Covid-19?

Small business owner: I'm losing $20,000 a day. Here's how the government can help me

Humans are terrible at being apart. Here's why and what to do about it
In Tokyo, crowds have been congregating in parks each day to see the cherry blossoms at peak bloom. Some 6,000 miles away in Washington DC, people were doing the exact same thing.

Allergies, flu or coronavirus? Telling the difference
The coronavirus has infected more than 100,000 people worldwide. With all of the news of event cancellations, empty flights and health precautions (wash your hands!), it's natural that people may get a little anxious every time they feel a tickle in their throat or the beginnings of a bad cough.

Women are using code words at pharmacies to escape domestic violence during lockdown

HBO makes programming available free as part of #StayHomeBoxOffice

Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage supports him

4 major hurricanes predicted as part of above-normal 2020 Atlantic hurricane season

How coronavirus work is taking a toll on Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci opens up to Dr. Sanjay Gupta on CNN's podcast about how he's coping with his personal health while juggling daily demands.

'Top Gun: Maverick' release date pushed back

'The Masked Singer' reveals the White Tiger's identity
Watch to find out which celeb was underneath the White Tiger costume.

Vanilla Ice parody among epic videos urging you to stay home
Lawmakers are taking aim at "knuckleheads" and "idiots" and getting creative about how they tell people to "stay the beep home." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

'Little Women' fans spot modern bottles in scene background
The editing of any feature movie can be a painstaking process. But that doesn't mean those in charge always spot every little detail, as one self-confessed "very big fan" of "Little Women" discovered while rewatching the 2019 adaptation directed by Greta Gerwig.

'Tiger King': 'Doc' Antle and Jeff Lowe speak out against docuseries
Bhagavan "Doc" Antle doesn't think people should take "Tiger King" very seriously.

Jack Black's shirtless 'quarantine dance' takes TikTok by storm
Jack Black is the latest in a stream of celebrities, including Gordon Ramsay, Justin and Hailey Bieber, joining TikTok since the coronavirus crisis began.

Famous stolen paintings: Where high art and low deeds collide
In Hollywood movies, the art thief has become something of a romantic legend. But away from the big screen, art looting is big and ugly business.

How quickly can the US economy bounce back? That depends
A month ago, the big question about the economy was: Will we have a recession?

N95 masks are in short supply — and scammers know it
The urgent and overwhelming demand for N95 masks has created fertile ground for scammers to start leaking counterfeits into the supply chain and to make fake deals for product that doesn't exist.

Booze sales are booming but it may not last
The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of Americans to stay home, and they're drinking a lot of alcohol to pass time — for now.

DeSantis risked the lives of Floridians
A handful of governors deserve top marks for moving swiftly and efficiently to implement social distancing, issue stay-at-home orders and prepare to do battle against the coronavirus. Govs. Jay Inslee of Washington, Andrew Cuomo of New York, Mike DeWine of Ohio and Gavin Newsom of California are among them: they were early, effective and well-organized.

Why Fauci is winning the battle for public trust
During a White House briefing on March 20, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, respectfully pushed back against President Donald Trump's claim that an anti-malaria drug would successfully treat coronavirus patients. The evidence was only anecdotal at that point, Fauci cautioned. Yet, just this week, the FDA provided "emergency use approval" to prescribe the drug to coronavirus patients.

In a pandemic, to baby or not to baby?
"There's never a good time to start a family," as the saying goes.

Virus may inspire a new generation of doctors
The devastating coronavirus has already claimed the lives of over 50,000 people across the world -- and shows little sign of letting up anytime soon. But if there is one glimmer of hope in this global nightmare, it's that it may inspire a generation of Americans to consider pursuing careers in the medical and scientific fields, just as other crises have inspired past generations in particular ways.

For the deaf, face masks pose new challenge
I'd been social distancing for a week and a half when I ventured into the nearest grocery store. As I surveyed the shelves, an employee caught my attention. "He's asking me a question," I thought. But I couldn't understand him.

Trump's Covid-19 reelection strategy
President Donald Trump has received considerable criticism from many quarters -- governors, public health officials and doctors and nurses on the frontline -- for being unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic, and for not having a national plan to deal with it. Much of that criticism is well deserved.

What happens in the 4th wave of the pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic is already in its third disruptive wave in the United States. First came a few cases on the West Coast, culminating in the tragic nursing-home outbreak in Washington state. Next, the ongoing health care calamity in New York City, where the shortage of diagnostic tests, protective equipment and ventilators has helped make the crisis almost unthinkably worse.

Tracking coronavirus' global spread

South Africa rounds up homeless people into a sports stadium
The policeman raised his bullhorn to shout instructions, backed up by a group of soldiers piling out of an armored personnel carrier.

Anger as Japanese PM offers two cloth masks per family
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is facing a public backlash after he said the government would distribute two reusable cloth face masks per household amid growing concern over medical shortages as the country faces a worsening coronavirus outbreak.

Middle Eastern country's virus tests 'eclipses' Western countries
The UAE has conducted over 220,000 Covid-19 tests, according to the country's Ministry of Health and Prevention. It is also the fifth country in the world to set up drive-through testing. CNN's Sam Kiley reports.

Ecuador's largest waterfall has disappeared
The largest waterfall in Ecuador has seemingly vanished after a sinkhole swallowed part of its water source.

Passengers will be allowed off Zaandam and Rotterdam cruise ships off Florida
A pair of cruise ships carrying more than 200 guests and crew with flu-like symptoms will be allowed to dock in Florida's Port of Everglades Thursday, ending a nightmarish voyage disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Man with coronavirus symptoms went to hospital to see his partner give birth
A woman who gave birth in a New York hospital was discharged after she started showing symptoms of coronavirus.

NASA and SpaceX prepare to launch astronauts from the US again
For the first time since the final space shuttle mission in 2011, astronauts will launch into space aboard an American rocket and spacecraft from American soil, according to NASA.

Convicted serial killer known as the 'Grim Sleeper' found dead in prison cell
A convicted serial killer, who murdered and preyed on women in California over a span of three decades, died over the weekend at San Quentin State Prison.

Why we still love big cat prints
It's no wonder Netflix's latest docu-series "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" has enthralled viewers around the world. The feud between Joe Exotic -- the gay, gun-toting, mullet-sporting, litigious "Tiger King" of Oklahoma -- and his nemesis, Carole Baskin, is a story for the ages.

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