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The Coronavirus Crisis

In Oregon, Neighbors Use Social Media To Offer — And Ask For — Help

Some Oregonians are using social media to organize care for neighbors during the coronavirus outbreak. A Facebook group in Bend is teeming with requests and offers to help with childcare and errands.

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In Oregon, Neighbors Use Social Media To Offer — And Ask For — Help

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Why Hoarding Of Hydroxychloroquine Needs To Stop

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Carol Day, a lay volunteer at Centenary Methodist Church in Shady Side, Md., invites passers by to stop for a blessing. Tom Gjelten/NPR hide caption

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'We Can't Anoint The Sick': Faith Leaders Seek New Approaches To Pastoral Care

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Kim Thompson, the health director of the Shoalwater Bay Tribe, says the clinic isn't ready for novel coronavirus cases yet, but they're trying to get there. Eilis O'Neill/KUOW hide caption

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Tribal Programs That Prepare For Public Health Crises Readying For Coronavirus

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