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Medical personnel prepare to test hundreds of people for the coronavirus. They lined up in vehicles last week in a Phoenix neighborhood. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Drill Down To County Level And The U.S. COVID-19 Outbreak Looks Even Worse

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Coronavirus In The U.S.: Where The Hotspots Are Now And Where To Expect New Ones

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Coronavirus 2nd Wave? Nope, The U.S. Is Still Stuck In The 1st One

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Will Nationwide Protests Drive Up The Coronavirus Cases?

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This Bornean horseshoe bat and other bat species can harbor coronaviruses. The nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance had U.S. government funding for an ongoing research project in China on bats and coronaviruses — until the money was cut on April 24. NHPA/NHPA/Science Source hide caption

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U.S. Could Have Saved Thousands Of Lives If Lockdown Started Earlier, Study Finds

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How To Make Sense of All The COVID-19 Projections? A New Model Combines Them

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Medical workers take in patients outside a coronavirus intake area at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Rejects Government Report On COVID-19 Death Toll

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This Bornean horseshoe bat and other bat species can harbor coronaviruses. The nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance had U.S. government funding for an ongoing research project in China on bats and coronaviruses — until the money was cut on April 24. NHPA/NHPA/Science Source hide caption

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BORNEAN HORSESHOE BAT Rhinolophus borneensis Asia NHPA/NHPA/Science Source hide caption

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NIH Ends Funding For U.S. Nonprofit's COVID-19 Research In China

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South Carolina has permitted retail stores to reopen to customers. It's one of a handful of states easing up on some social distancing restrictions. Dustin Chambers/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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White House Guidelines For States Reopening Seem Short On Specifics

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How States May Decide To Lift Distancing Measures

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