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People stand in line at a coronavirus testing site in Harlem. In an effort to test more people for the virus, New York and other cities have begun offering door-to-door screening and at-home testing. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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'No One Has Tested Us Before': EMTs Go Door-To-Door With Test Kits

EMTs are offering at-home coronavirus testing in at least four cities including New York City. The goal is to test people who might not seek it out on their own, and find people who need medical care.

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Opinion: NFL Fashion Masks But Still Not Enough Protective Masks

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Behind the Mask Fleetwood Mac
Love Is Dangerous Fleetwood Mac
In the Androgynous Dark Brambles
Exit Tucson Big Lazy

Plainfield Correctional Facility, an Indiana state prison southwest of Indianapolis, listed 89 cases of test-confirmed COVID-19 among inmates and four deaths from the illness, as of Thursday. Seth Tackett/WFIU/WTIU hide caption

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Crowded Prisons Are Festering 'Petri Dishes' For Coronavirus, Observers Warn

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John Boutte's famous performance at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is just one of the beloved performances included in WWOZ's Jazz Festing in Place series. Marc PoKempner/Courtesy of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation hide caption

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From Ella Fitzgerald To John Boutté: Jazz Festing In Place Presents Archival Audio

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Amazing Grace/One Love Neville Brothers
Cissy Strut The Meters

The store, Jane Loves Shoes, in Orange Beach, Ala., is posting signs to let customers know about new safety measures. Businesses in the state can only operate at half capacity. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Alabama Boutique Owner On Reopening: 'I Don't Know What To Expect'

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People stand in line at a coronavirus testing site in Harlem. In an effort to test more people for the virus, New York and other cities have begun offering door-to-door screening and at-home testing. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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'No One Has Tested Us Before': EMTs Go Door-To-Door With Test Kits

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Fragile Gold Blazo
Distant Graphite Blazo
That Positive Feeling Alumo
Far from Enough Viktor Krauss

Jerry Seinfeld pictured in his Netflix special, 23 Hours to Kill. He says he's "adjusted pretty comfortably" to life at home. Jeffery Neira/Netflix hide caption

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Jerry Seinfeld On Staying Home: 'At My Dinner Table, You're Supposed To Be Funny'

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Band of Brothers John Patitucci
Children of the Light John Patitucci, Brian Blade et. al.

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