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With limits on social gatherings, Americans have to mourn their dead through online memorials and virtual funerals.
President Trump floated ordering a quarantine in the Northeast, and there are calls for a national stay-at-home order. But the president’s powers are limited.
Many low-wage workers with essential jobs — like grocery store cashiers and stockers — can’t stay home to protect themselves and their families. The protections they receive vary widely.
Healthcare workers say some hospitals are punishing them for wearing personal protective gear in the halls or that they brought from home.
Rallies where President Trump would tout a booming economy were to be central to his 2020 reelection campaign. The coronavirus has changed everything.
The family wrote new lyrics based on their own frustrations: friends unseen, soccer games canceled, grandparents who can’t figure out Skype. The video has been viewed more than seven million times.
One side effect of the coronavirus pandemic is its impact on mental health. Stay-at-home orders and the pivot to remote learning is forcing university counseling services to find new ways to connect with students who need help.