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New York City Hospitals Struggle To Get Virus Testing Online Amid Patient Surge

On-site testing was delayed for weeks at a Brooklyn hospital that has been designated COVID-19 only. Rapid on-site testing can help hospitals prevent the virus from spreading inside their facilities.

A wall of plastic trash at Garten Services in Salem, Ore., is headed to the landfill. The vast majority of plastic can't be or won't be recycled. Laura Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Plastic Wars: Industry Spent Millions Selling Recycling — To Sell More Plastic

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A health worker wears a protective suit at a nursing home, in Madrid, Spain, on Tuesday. With some of the highest cases of COVID-19 in the world, Spain's public health system is overstretched and in need of supplies. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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Spain's Health Staff Are Catching The Coronavirus As Protective Gear Runs Short

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A spokesperson for St. Barnabas Hospital said Monday that it takes four to six days for the hospital to receive coronavirus test results. Misha Friedman/Getty Images hide caption

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New York City Hospitals Struggle To Get Virus Testing Online Amid Patient Surge

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Mixing Colours is Roger and Brian Eno's first release as a duo. Bee Eno and Mary Evers/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Roger And Brian Eno's First Album Together Comes At The Perfect Time

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