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Coronavirus Updates and Tips for April 1, 2020 include:
* Trump tells US to prepare for ‘very painful two weeks’
* Traffic at Walmart, Costco and Target falls for the first time in weeks,
* Remote Work Tips From Locals Doing it Right!

USS Theodore Roosevelt
with COVID-19 outbreak among 4,000 crew.
Photo: Smith Collection / Gado / Getty Images 2018

Trump tells US to prepare for ‘very painful two weeks’

Advisers told Trump he ‘will own what happens with the coronavirus’

Pence and Inslee talk, despite Trump’s suggestion

Remote Work Tips From Locals Doing it Right

National Guard expected to be deployed “very soon” in Pierce County COVID-19 response

Local colleges, university extend remote classes through spring due to COVID-19 uncertainty

Stocks and oil close out their worst first quarter ever

Why You Don’t Want to Take Aspirin or Motrin for COVID-19

‘We acted quickly and we acted together:’ How Seattle slowed coronavirus curve

Exclusive: Captain of aircraft carrier with growing coronavirus outbreak pleads for help from Navy

Traffic at Walmart, Costco and Target falls for the first time in weeks as coronavirus stockpiling behavior shifts

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer: If you’re a medical professional anywhere in the United States, Michigan needs you. Please visit http://michigan.gov/fightcovid19 to volunteer to help the residents of our state fight #COVID19.

Rent’s due. Now what? Experts warn a housing crisis shadows the health crisis

WaPo Opinion:To flatten the curve, free some prisoners. Please.

  • Editor’s note: The coronavirus is fast becoming a vehicle to trample the public’s interests and our rights, as the following examples represent:

Virus power-grab? Trump admin seeks ‘sweeping’ powers to detain without trial during pandemic

[Republican] Idaho governor signs two bills that limit the rights of transgender people

Trump rollback of mileage standards [March 31] guts climate change push

Coronavirus pandemic highlights environmental injustice in Trump era

Posted by Steve on April 1, 2020 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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