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U.S. Navy Captain Brett Crozier, who was relieved of command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt after sending a letter critical of the handling of a shipboard outbreak. U.S. Navy hide caption

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An inspector general's survey of U.S. hospitals finds them scrambling for supplies — even food and toilet paper. They've had to get masks from nontraditional places like autobody shops and nail salons, and also ask for handmade donations. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Hospitals Are Sourcing Masks from Auto Body Shops, HHS Inspector General Finds

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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a plenary session at the upper house of parliament in Tokyo on Friday. Abe says he will declare a state of emergency this week in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Led by Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve has moved quickly and creatively to pump money into the rapidly shrinking U.S. economy. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Workers are seen outside a city building in Milwaukee, which set up drive-up early voting for the state's April 7 election in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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'It's Madness.' Wisconsin's Election Amid Coronavirus Sparks Anger

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U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres speaking at a virtual news briefing at United Nations headquarters in New York last week. Guterres said Sunday that measures to stop domestic violence should be part of national responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Xinhua News Agency/Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Walmart said two employees at its Evergreen Park store in the Chicago area have died after testing positive for the coronavirus. Icon Sportswire via Getty Images hide caption

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, seen on March 22, tested positive for the coronavirus 10 days ago. He's been admitted to a hospital for testing. Ian Vogler/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Report: Pentagon Knew Of Possible Coronavirus Threat For Years

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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. Italy's lockdown to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus prohibits public gatherings, including religious services. 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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