Coronavirus Shuts Down New York And California Two of the hardest-hit states order residents to stay home in an effort to fight the pandemic. Plus what the World Health Organization has learned about the coronavirus in the months since it began to spread. And how homeowners could have their mortgage payments reduced or suspended for up to 12 months.

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CA, NY On Lockdown; Mortgage Relief For Some Homeowners

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CA, NY On Lockdown; Mortgage Relief For Some Homeowners

CA, NY On Lockdown; Mortgage Relief For Some Homeowners

CA, NY On Lockdown; Mortgage Relief For Some Homeowners

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People wearing face masks walk by a closed theatre with a message about staying healthy in Berkeley, California on March 18, 2020. Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Two of the hardest-hit states order residents to stay home in an effort to fight the pandemic. Plus what the World Health Organization has learned about the coronavirus in the months since it began to spread. And how homeowners could have their mortgage payments reduced or suspended for up to 12 months.

More links:
Life Kit's episode on how to spot fake news.
Find and support your local public radio station.
Follow host Kelly McEvers on Twitter.
Email the show at coronavirusdaily@npr.org.

This episode was produced by Gabriela Saldiva, Anne Li, and Brent Baughman, and edited by Beth Donovan.