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Fresh Air Weekend: Max Brooks On COVID-19 Preparedness; Playwright Terrence McNally

Brooks says the panic about COVID-19 could have been avoided. Lloyd Schwartz recommends Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong's Cheek To Cheek. Fresh Air remembers McNally, who died March 24.

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Fresh Air Weekend: Max Brooks On COVID-19 Preparedness; Playwright Terrence McNally

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