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News Brief: Antiviral Drug, Coronavirus Test, Civilians Mariners Restricted

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Pandemics like the coronavirus "serve like looking glasses" that reflect society's vulnerabilities, author and Yale medical historian Frank Snowden says. Agence Photographique BSIP/Getty Images hide caption

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Medical Historian Says Pandemics Are 'Looking Glasses' For Societies

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News Brief: Economic Data, Meat Shortage Concerns, Research Funds Pulled

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News Brief: Contact Tracing, Internet Voting, Airbnb Bookings

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News Brief: Pandemic Relief, More Ga. Businesses Open, Post COVID-19

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News Brief: Reopening States, China's Economy, Origins Of Coronavirus

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Ronald Lewis, Preserver Of New Orleans' Black Culture, Dies At 68

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News Brief: Reopening States, Jobless Claims, India's COVID-19 Crisis

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News Brief: WHO Funding, Reopening The U.S., Antibody Tests

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News Brief: Coronavirus Roundup, Wisconsin Primary Results

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News Brief: COVID-19 Testing, Promises And Lockdowns

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News Brief: COVID-19 Curve, Abortion Battle, Bloomberg Campaign Workers

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News Brief: Coronavirus Restrictions And Orders, Presidential Campaign

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Coronavirus Overwhelms Georgia Hospital: Patients Flood In As Staff Weathers Exposure

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News Brief: 100,000 People Could Die In Coming Months, Task Force Says

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