Spain sees medical shortages as death toll mounts

Spain sees medical shortages as death toll mounts

Doctors and nurses in Spain face ongoing shortages at an intensive care unit near Barcelona, as the country faces a growing death toll that has now exceeded 10,000.
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Nurse isolates to protect family from coronavirus

Nurse isolates to protect family from coronavirus

An intensive care nurse caring for coronavirus patients in Minnesota has moved into a camper so she doesnt infect her family but now she is sick.
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French orchestra plays sweet music amid lockdown

French orchestra plays sweet music amid lockdown

Members of the National Orchestra of France recorded individual parts of 'Bolero' while in lockdown and mixed the soundtracks into a seamless, rousing whole.
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Chefs cook unused food for servers in virus crisis

Chefs cook unused food for servers in virus crisis

A large beer garden in Washington, D.C. is now where a steady stream of hospitality industry workers line up to get much-needed care packages amid the coronavirus pandemic that's slowed restaurant work.
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Life after virus: Wuhan residents enjoy outdoors

Life after virus: Wuhan residents enjoy outdoors

Life after virus: Wuhan residents enjoy outdoors
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ShowBiz Minute: Marsalis/Schlesinger, 'Minions,' Bloom

ShowBiz Minute: Marsalis/Schlesinger, 'Minions,' Bloom

Musicians Ellis Marsalis Jr and Adam Schlesinger die; More movies postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic; Actress Rachel Bloom back home after giving birth to girl.
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On This Day: 2 April 2011

On This Day: 2 April 2011

Crooner Michael Bubl married actress and model Luisana Lopilato.
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Poll finds mixed views on US response to pandemic

Poll finds mixed views on US response to pandemic

As worries about coronavirus continue to rise, Americans give high marks to state and local governments for how they are handling the outbreak but voice some criticism of the federal government and President Donald Trump's response.
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AP Top Stories April 2

AP Top Stories April 2

Here's the latest for Wednesday April 2nd: NY State coronavirus deaths double in 3 days; Navy officials say 3,000 to be off aircraft carrier by Friday; Florida Gov. orders people statewide to stay home; Mayor tells L.A. residents to wear masks in ...
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Los Angeles mayor tells 4 million to wear masks

Los Angeles mayor tells 4 million to wear masks

The mayor of Los Angeles urged 4 million residents to wear masks to combat the coronavirus when they walk out in public. Mayor Eric Garcetti reminded people to practice safe social distancing as he donned a black cloth mask to make his point.
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Son: NJ nursing home deaths 'nerve racking'

Son: NJ nursing home deaths 'nerve racking'

A nursing home in New Jersey has had eight deaths due to COVID-19, according to a letter posted on the official website of the town. The son of one of the residents said he only found out about the deaths by scrolling through Facebook.
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Virus Journals: Anxiety, loneliness, hope

Virus Journals: Anxiety, loneliness, hope

The Associated Press asked young people across the globe to talk about their lives amid the coronavirus pandemic. Using mobile phones, they provided all the footage and photos. AP Video produced by Martha Irvine.
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Tornado survivor loses job due to coronavirus

Tornado survivor loses job due to coronavirus

When the walls of his house collapsed around his family during a tornado, Jose Cojom thought it was a bad dream. But that was just the beginning. A few weeks later, the restaurant where he cooks closed its doors because of the coronavirus.
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Today in History for April 2nd

Today in History for April 2nd

Highlights of Today in History: Pope John Paul II Dies at 84; President Woodrow Wilson asks Congress to declare war on Germany; Juan Ponce de Leon lands in Florida; Falkland Islands seized from Britain; Hans Christian Andersen Born.
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Energy company pivots to make ventilators

Energy company pivots to make ventilators

While several automakers are now shifting their production lines to manufacturer life saving ventilators during the coronavirus pandemic, a Silicon Valley fuel cell maker is pivoting to refurbish old ventilators.
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Workers building field hospital in Detroit center

Workers building field hospital in Detroit center

Military personnel and civilians are working together to quickly transform a Detroit convention center into a 1,000-bed field hospital in response to the coronavirus.
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US to deploy anti-drug Navy ships near Venezuela

US to deploy anti-drug Navy ships near Venezuela

President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Navy ships are being moved toward Venezuela as his administration beefs up counter-narcotics operations in the Caribbean following a U.S. drug indictment against Nicolas Maduro.
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Trump says federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

Trump says federal PPE stockpile nearly depleted

President Donald Trump is acknowledging that the federal stockpile is nearly depleted of personal protective equipment used by doctors and nurses to protect themselves from the new coronavirus.
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Cruise passengers call for US help amid outbreak

Cruise passengers call for US help amid outbreak

Orlando residents Laura Gabaroni and Juan Huergo are asking U.S. and Florida officials to show compassion and allow Carnival's Holland America cruise ships to dock at Port Everglades. They've been stuck onboard for more than two weeks.
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"A battlefield behind your home": life in empty NY

"A battlefield behind your home": life in empty NY

The wail of ambulances as been the one constant in the otherwise eerily quiet streets of New York City. Residents say the conornavirus pandemic has dramatically altered life, causing feelings of worry and uncertainty.
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AP Top Stories April 1

AP Top Stories April 1

Here's the latest for Wednesday April 1st: New York deaths double in 3 days, with worst to come; Cruise ships must stay at sea with sick onboard; Europe facing extraoridinary demand for ICU beds and doctors; Virus forces Wimbledon cancellation for...
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65K hospital beds needed in NY by end of April

65K hospital beds needed in NY by end of April

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday the city needs an additional 65,000 hospital beds to help in the fight against the coronavirus. New York had a "tremendous start" with some 20,000 beds already in operation according to the mayor.
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Chicago hospital workers call for 'hazard pay'

Chicago hospital workers call for 'hazard pay'

Lower-paid health care workers in Chicago on the front lines of the coronavirus fight are demanding higher pay and better working conditions. The members of the Service Employees International Union
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Florida governor issues stay-at-home order

Florida governor issues stay-at-home order

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a statewide stay-at-home order on Wednesday, limiting Floridians' movements and interactions outside the home to only essential activites.
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Rep. McAdams on virus: The sickest I've ever been

Rep. McAdams on virus: The sickest I've ever been

Rep. Ben McAdams who has recovered from the coronavirus after testing positive said it's the sickest he's ever been. As Congress considers whether to take up another relief bill, McAdams said more still needs to be done.
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Cuomo: Virus testing is up in NY state

Cuomo: Virus testing is up in NY state

Cuomo: Virus testing is up in NY state
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Crew offloaded from USS Roosevelt as virus spreads

Crew offloaded from USS Roosevelt as virus spreads

Acting-Secretary of the US Navy confirms that 1,000 of the USS Theodore Roosevelt's crew have been removed from the aircraft carrier, docked in Guam, amid a coronavirus outbreak.
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Caylee Hammack's band starts landscaping after gigs postponed

Caylee Hammack's band starts landscaping after gigs postponed

Country singer Caylee Hammack lost all her gigs for two months due to the spreading coronavirus, so her bandmates decided to start a side business doing lawncare to make money in the meantime.
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Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston has designed a freestanding coronavirus testing isolation booth they hope will protect medical workers examining new patients and reduce the use of scarce disposable personal protective equipment.
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Pence tours Va. Walmart warehouse, thanks workers

Pence tours Va. Walmart warehouse, thanks workers

Vice President Mike Pence visited the Walmart Distribution Center in Gordonsville, Virginia Wednesday to tour the facility and encourage the workers who operate and manage the supply chain operation.
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Coronavirus fuels attacks against Asian Americans

Coronavirus fuels attacks against Asian Americans

The coronavirus pandemic, which originated in China, is fueling attacks against Asian Americans, with more than 1,000 reports of hate incidents ranging from racial slurs to spitting to physical assaults over the past two weeks, advocates say.
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Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Boston hospital designs freestanding coronavirus testing isolation booths they hope will protect medical workers examining new patients and reduce the use of scarce disposable personal protective equipment
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Congresswoman: Mileage rollback wrong thing to do

Congresswoman: Mileage rollback wrong thing to do

A Michigan congresswoman whose district is home to Ford’s headquarters is unhappy with the White House’s decision to roll back Obama-era vehicle mileage standards.
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Bogota restaurateur delivers burgers to the poor

Bogota restaurateur delivers burgers to the poor

A Colombian restaurateur has launched a program to feed families in Bogota's poor neighborhoods, including Venezuelan migrants who are fleeing hunger in their home country, during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Truck carrying toilet paper catches fire in Texas

Truck carrying toilet paper catches fire in Texas

A tractor-trailer hauling toilet paper crashed and caught fire near Dallas early Wednesday, spilling the hot commodity all over an interstate.
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Faithful flock to Louisiana church despite virus ban

Faithful flock to Louisiana church despite virus ban

Buses and cars filled a church parking lot near Baton Rouge, Louisiana Tuesday evening as worshipers flocked to hear a pastor who is facing misdemeanor charges for holding services despite a ban on gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Faithful flock to Louisiana church despite virus ban

Faithful flock to Louisiana church despite virus ban

Buses and cars filled a church parking lot near Baton Rouge, Louisiana Tuesday evening as worshipers flocked to hear a pastor who is facing misdemeanor charges for holding services despite a ban on gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Today in History for April 1st

Today in History for April 1st

Today in History for April 1st
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Brandy Clark's breakup record allows creative freedom

Brandy Clark's breakup record allows creative freedom

Brandy Clark wrote about the breakup of a 15-year relationship for her new album “Your Life is a Record.” But the country singer-songwriter also decided to “take the handcuffs off" and try musical styles outside the genre.
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Lennon Stella looks for positives in social distancing

Lennon Stella looks for positives in social distancing

Recording artist Lennon Stella reveals how she is coping with staying at home and predicts that connections being made now will bring about an an equalising "wave of change."
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Company works to extend mask use during shortage

Company works to extend mask use during shortage

After Christian Viviers heard that health care professionals were using scarves and bandanas for protection amid the mask shortage brought on by the virus outbreak, he modified a medical product he hopes will allow them to use masks for longer.
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ShowBiz Minute: John, Rihanna, SHOF

ShowBiz Minute: John, Rihanna, SHOF

Elton John-led concert raises $8M; Rihanna's Clara Lionel Foundation donating $1 million in grants toward COVID-19 response; Songwriters Hall of Fame gala postponed to June 2021.
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How to keep dogs busy if working from home

How to keep dogs busy if working from home

Tips and tricks from a dog trainer on how to keep your canine pal busy at home during the coronavirus epidemic.
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On This Day: 1 April 1984

On This Day: 1 April 1984

In 1984, soul icon Marvin Gaye was pronounced dead, after being shot at his parents’ house.
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Virus infects over 50 at California nursing home

Virus infects over 50 at California nursing home

Over 50 residents of a Southern California nursing home have been infected with the coronavirus. Cedar Mountain Post Acute Rehabilitation in Yucaipa was told to assume that all of its patients have COVID-19, a health official said.
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AP Top Stories April 1

AP Top Stories April 1

Here's the latest for Wednesday April 1st: White House forecasts at least 100,000 could die of coronavirus; Over 50 at California nursing home have COVID-19; Hundreds attend Louisiana church service; Strong earthquake rocks Idaho.
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Faithful flock to Louisiana church despite virus ban

Faithful flock to Louisiana church despite virus ban

Buses and cars filled a church parking lot near Baton Rouge, Louisiana Tuesday evening as worshipers flocked to hear a pastor who is facing misdemeanor charges for holding services despite a ban on gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Video shows empty streets in Denver due to virus

Video shows empty streets in Denver due to virus

Drone video showed eerily empty streets in Denver on Tuesday as residents were encouraged to stay at home amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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