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Among those protesting stay-at-home orders this week at the California Capitol in Sacramento were activists who oppose governments requiring vaccinations for schoolchildren. Katie Orr/KQED hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Anti-Vaccination Activists Join Stay-At-Home Order Protesters

They see these demonstrations as a way to form political alliances that promote their movement.

Whatever Brings You Peace of Mind Nassau
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Physical and occupational therapists carry bags of personal protective equipment on their way to the room of a COVID-19 patient in a Stamford Hospital intensive care unit in Stamford, Conn., on April 24. This "prone team" turns COVID-19 patients onto their stomachs to help them breathe. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Hospital ICUs Are Adapting To COVID-19 At 'Light Speed'

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Bella Notte [From Lady and the Tramp (1955)] Disney Studio Chorus, George Givot et. al.
Call It a Day (feat. John Paul White) Caleb Caudle
Eple (Original Edit) Röyksopp
Should Have Known NNAMDÏ & Nnamdi Ogbonnaya
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Don't Go Enemies

Remdesivir, an experimental antiviral drug made by Gilead Sciences, has been authorized by the Food and Drug Administration for emergency use in treating severely ill COVID-19 patients. Ulrich Perry/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Putting A Price On COVID-19 Treatment Remdesivir

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A veteran of the Chicago DIY scene, NNAMDÏ has played with everyone from Vagabon to Ratboys. His latest release, Brat, is about coming to terms with feeling selfish for deciding to pursue music. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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NNAMDÏ On 'Brat' And Channeling A Decade Of Chicago DIY Influence Into Pop Music

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Perfect in my MInd Nnamdi

Among those protesting stay-at-home orders this week at the California Capitol in Sacramento were activists who oppose governments requiring vaccinations for schoolchildren. Katie Orr/KQED hide caption

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Anti-Vaccination Activists Join Stay-At-Home Order Protesters

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Your Eyes Have Seen Harry Manx
My Favorite Things Julie Andrews
My Favorite Things John Coltrane

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