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Following the arrival in New York City of the U.S. Naval hospital ship Comfort, N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is seen during a press conference on March 30 at the field hospital site at the Javits Center. Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Pope Francis prays as he celebrates Palm Sunday Mass behind closed doors in St. Peter's Basilica, at the Vatican, Sunday, during the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus. Alberto Pizzoli/AP hide caption

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arrives to attend the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 9. In a rare address to the nation on Sunday, the queen plans to exhort Britons to rise to the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP hide caption

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Gig companies have started offering benefits like paid sick leave now that workers are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, and some are getting sick. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Gig Workers Struggle To Get Financial Help During Pandemic

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More than 64 million Americans live in multigenerational households. Despite the emotional and financial benefits of living together, families like the Walkers, at home in Florissant, Mo., face a particular set of challenges as COVID-19 continues to spread. Michael B. Thomas for KHN hide caption

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In 'Hidden Valley Road,' A Family's Journey Helps Shift The Science Of Mental Illness

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Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon, D-Pa., at a news conference in Philadelphia in 2019. Now that lawmakers have left for an extended recess amid the coronavirus pandemic, Scanlon hosted a kid's town hall over the phone. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Gov. Gavin Newsom, pictured on Monday, says California has reduced a backlog of testing. The state is asking for contributions of medical supplies with a new website. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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A pedestrian wearing a face covering passes Thursday in New York City. On Saturday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo told reporters that New York continued to see a rise in confirmed cases and deaths related to the coronavirus throughout the state. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Security with face masks stand in front of the Signal Iduna Park, where a temporary coronavirus treatment center opened in Dortmund, Germany, Saturday. Germany has the fourth-most COVID-19 cases in the world and demand for medical supplies has skyrocketed. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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In the U.K., fires at multiple cellphone towers are raising concerns about the spread of conspiracy theories linking 5G networks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tim Graham/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump arrives as Dr. Anthony Fauci looks on during a coronavirus task force news briefing at the White House on April 4. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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People in face masks observe three minutes of silence in Beijing, on a national day of mourning for the thousands of patients and medical workers killed by the coronavirus in China. Wang Zhao/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Norman J. Williams, the president and funeral director of Unity Funeral Parlors in Chicago. Bill Healy/WBEZ hide caption

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'Let Us Stay In Touch With Those That We Love.' A Funeral Director's Lessons For Life

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Vizient, a group purchasing organization that negotiates lower prices with drug manufacturers, sent recommendations that the Food and Drug Administration expand access to drugs heavily used with ventilator patients. jamesbenet/Getty Images hide caption

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