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President Trump, seen here in the Oval Office on Wednesday, holds up a chart showing that the United States has done more total tests than a number of peer nations.
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A woman wears a face mask on Monday as she walks along a street in Wuhan, in China's central Hubei province. Wuhan reported new cases of COVID-19 after going more than a month without new infections.
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A large screen in the street shows Chinese leader Xi Jinping wearing a protective mask during his visit to Wuhan, China, earlier in the day, on CCTV's evening newscast in March in Beijing, China.
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Jerry Stiller performed in a comedy duo with his wife, Anne Meara, and also appeared in films and on Broadway and television. Onscreen, he was George Costanza's father; in real life, he was dad to actor Ben Stiller. He's pictured above in New York City in October 2008.
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An employee of a Syrian pharmaceutical factory works on the production line of the hydroxychloroquine drug on April 28, in the government-controlled city of Homs.
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After testing positive for COVID-19, Diana Berrent established Survivor Corps, a grassroots clearinghouse for COVID-19 survivors interested in donating blood plasma to organizations developing therapies that might combat the disease.
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President Trump has not approved FEMA funding for legal help for Americans affected by the coronavirus. Disaster Legal Services are usually available to survivors of disasters.
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Millions of jobs have evaporated, particularly from businesses that employ a large number of Hispanics — like hotels, restaurants, bars, building services.
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A couple dressed in protective gear walks through Chicago's O'Hare International Airport last week as the normal frantic bustle in the terminal was replaced by an unsettling calm.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted Saturday that the electric car maker is seeking legal action against Alameda County. Musk has criticized shelter-in-place orders in recent weeks.
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