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The novel coronavirus, first detected at the end of 2019, has caused a global pandemic.

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Moscovites wears face masks during the pandemic of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The capital has been on lockdown in connection, with residents told to stay at home and go out for essential purposes only. Vladimir Gerdo/Vladimir Gerdo/TASS hide caption

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A man does maintenance work at the Monroe Correctional Complex in Monroe, Wash., in a 2016 photo. At least six inmates in a minimum-security unit of the prison have tested positive for the coronavirus. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced this week that it was temporarily suspending the trading of shares of Wellness Matrix Group. Brendan Hoffman/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, announced new guidelines on Wednesday for critical infrastructure workers who may have been exposed to the coronavirus to return to work. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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A New York nurse wears personal protective equipment, which is in short supply. The Trump administration says it won't allow firms to export masks and gloves until it is satisfied U.S. needs are being met. Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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People get their temperatures taken at the border between Abuja and the Nasarawa State, Nigeria, on March 30. African countries are working to prepare for the rise in cases of COVID-19 as the coronavirus spreads on the continent. Kola Sulaimon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In Paris, French Economy and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire (left) speaks on the phone with his German counterpart as his advisor Juliette Oury (center) and cabinet deputy director Thomas Revial (second right) and French Treasury director Odile Renaud-Basso attend, during a break in a videoconference meeting of European Union finance ministers to discuss coronavirus response on April 7. Thomas Samson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Pisso Nseke left his apartment in Wuhan, China, on Wednesday — the first time since the city at the epicenter of the coronavirus crisis went under lockdown nearly three months ago. Courtesy of Pisso Nseke hide caption

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Expat In Post-Lockdown Wuhan: 'Things Will Never Be The Same'

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With millions of people out of work, many are having trouble paying their rent, and an industry group says next month could be much worse. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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A health care worker talks with a patient at a COVID-19 testing site in Philadelphia. The site will close Friday when the federal government ends support for this site and others around the country. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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"No need to use COVID to score political points," World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says. "You have many other ways to prove yourselves." AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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