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Americans asked to postpone elective medical procedures as virus hits all 50 states
Americans asked to postpone elective medical procedures as virus hits all 50 states
Plus, President Trump invokes the Defense Production Act, which lets him speed up the production of medical supplies, and the UK is shutting all schools.
Amazon struggles to be the everything store amid pandemic

To meet surging demand, the company makes big changes to its operations.

Ford, GM suspend all North American production

Fiat Chrysler is likely to announce the same measure.

Trump says border with Canada will close to nonessential traffic

It's meant to stop people from crossing the border for social reasons. It doesn't affect trade or essential traffic, such as medical.

Fake coronavirus tracking apps are really malware that stalks you

The surveillance industry is exploiting fears stemming from the global health crisis.

Google, Facebook could help US track spread with phone location data

The companies have reportedly been in talks with the US government over using anonymous and aggregated data.

COVID-19 shines light on 'digital divide' across the US

From rural areas where there's no broadband to poor areas where it's unaffordable, millions have no access when they need it most.

White House: Millennials get coronavirus too, 'we need them to be healthy'

President Trump's coronavirus task force reiterates that young adults are the key to stopping the spread of a pandemic.

How to prepare for a quarantine

You'll need to do more than stock up on canned goods and toilet paper.

10 ways to help avoid coronavirus when you need to leave the house

If you're lying low but aren't totally self-quarantined, you'll still need to go to the store and open doors.

These coronavirus myths are false and dangerous

Despite what posts on Facebook or Instagram say, don't hold your breath to check for coronavirus.


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