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Trump Weighs Scaling Back Social Distancing Guidelines

Trump Weighs Scaling Back Social Distancing Guidelines

NATIONAL | By Zeke Miller and Darlene Superville | Mar 24
With lives and the economy hanging in the balance, Trump said he is hoping the county will be reopened by Easter, as he weighs how to refine nationwide social-distancing guidelines to put some workers back on the job amid the coronavirus outbreak.

EDGE's Guide to 'Quaranstreaming' this Week

EDGE's Guide to 'Quaranstreaming' this Week

MOVIES | Mar 24
Looking for something to watch this week while you remain indoors? EDGE has you covered!

HIV and COVID-19: 8 Questions Answered

HIV and COVID-19: 8 Questions Answered

AIDS | Mar 24
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issues these COVID-19 guidelines for those living with HIV.

Nashom Wooden (a.k.a. Drag Performer Mona Foot) Dies After Coronavirus, Friend Says

Nashom Wooden (a.k.a. Drag Performer Mona Foot) Dies After Coronavirus, Friend Says

OBITUARIES | Mar 24
Nashom Wooden, also known as the iconic New York City drag queen Mona Foot, has died. Though the official cause of death has not been confirmed, Wooden's friend Geoffrey Mac, a fashion designer, said the performer died after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Testing Blunders Crippled U.S. Response as Coronavirus Spread

Testing Blunders Crippled U.S. Response as Coronavirus Spread

HEALTH | By Michael Biesecker, Mike Stobbe, Matthew Perrone | Mar 24
A series of missteps at the nation's top public health agency caused a critical shortage of reliable laboratory tests for the coronavirus, hobbling the federal response as the pandemic spread across the country like wildfire.

Exercising During a Pandemic: Experts Explain

Exercising During a Pandemic: Experts Explain

FITNESS | Mar 24
Here's how exercise affects the immune system in response to the flu and some practical tips on how much people should (and should not) exercise.

Watch: A Naked Madonna Calls Coronavirus 'the Great Equalizer,' Twitter Reacts

Watch: A Naked Madonna Calls Coronavirus 'the Great Equalizer,' Twitter Reacts

CELEBRITIES | Mar 23
Madonna's latest update from her self-isolation is sparking online controversy.

CDC Coronavirus Testing Decision Likely To Haunt Nation For Months To Come

CDC Coronavirus Testing Decision Likely To Haunt Nation For Months To Come

HEALTH | By Rachana Pradhan | Mar 23
Public health officials are just beginning to grapple with the fallout from the early bungling of testing, which is likely to haunt the country in the months to come.

Rita Wilson Shows off Her Naughty Side During Quarantine

Rita Wilson Shows off Her Naughty Side During Quarantine

CELEBRITIES | Mar 23
Actress and singer Rita Wilson showed off another side to her musical repertoire while riding out the virus stuck inside.

Tokyo Olympics Seem Sure to Happen -- but in 2021, Not 2020

Tokyo Olympics Seem Sure to Happen -- but in 2021, Not 2020

INTERNATIONAL | By Stephen Wade and Mari Yamaguchi | Mar 23
The Tokyo Olympics are probably going to happen, but almost surely in 2021 rather than in four months as planned.

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Wimbledon Canceled for 1st Time Since WWII because of Virus

Wimbledon Canceled for 1st Time Since WWII because of Virus

SPORTS | By Howard Fendrich | Apr 1
Wimbledon was canceled on Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time since World War II that the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament won't be played.

LGBT Community Raided in Uganda Over Social Distancing

LGBT Community Raided in Uganda Over Social Distancing

INTERNATIONAL | By Rodney Muhumuza | Apr 1
A gay rights leader in Uganda says 20 members of the local LGBT community have been detained after police raided their shelter and accused them of violating coronavirus-related social distancing measures.

Justin Bieber is the Latest Musician to Postpone Tour Over Coronavirus Concerns

Justin Bieber is the Latest Musician to Postpone Tour Over Coronavirus Concerns

MUSIC | Apr 1
Justin Bieber is postponing his entire "Changes" tour due to the new coronavirus pandemic.

Keep Your Car Clean to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus

Keep Your Car Clean to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus

HEALTH | By Ryan Zummallen, Edmunds | Apr 1
Since vehicle interiors are essentially small contained spaces, it is important to take steps to reduce the risk of contracting the virus while driving or riding inside.

Trump Says 'Life and Death at Stake in Following Guidelines

Trump Says 'Life and Death at Stake in Following Guidelines

HEALTH | By Aamer Madhani, Kevin Freking, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Apr 1
President Donald Trump warned Americans to brace for a "hell of a bad two weeks" ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are maintai

Dating in the Age of COVID-19: Meet the Man in the Plastic Bubble

Dating in the Age of COVID-19: Meet the Man in the Plastic Bubble

NATIONAL | Apr 1
Brooklyn photographer, Jeremy Cohen, 28, came up with a novel way to date while social distancing, and it went viral.

After Coronavirus Diagnosis, Andy Cohen Finally Reunites with Baby Son

After Coronavirus Diagnosis, Andy Cohen Finally Reunites with Baby Son

FAMILY | Apr 1
Reunited and it feels so good!

Rubio Specifies Journalists for 'Glee' in Virus Deaths

Rubio Specifies Journalists for 'Glee' in Virus Deaths

NATIONAL | Apr 1
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, pressed to identify media figures that he said expressed "glee" at Americans getting coronavirus, has cited an editorial cartoonist, a magazine writer, an online tech publication and an online editor.

Should You Bring a Parent Home From Assisted Living During The Pandemic?

Should You Bring a Parent Home From Assisted Living During The Pandemic?

HEALTH | By Judith Graham | Mar 31
Would Mom or Dad fare better, even with all due social distancing, in the family home?

Outpatient Surgery Centers Could Help With COVID-19 Overflow

Outpatient Surgery Centers Could Help With COVID-19 Overflow

HEALTH | By Cara Anthony, Liz Szabo | Mar 31
As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, a group of anesthesiologists wants to convert America's surgery centers into critical care units for infected patients.

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