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NEW YORK (AP) — The worldwide race to protect people against unwitting coronavirus carriers intensified Thursday, pitting governments against each other in the race to buy protective gear and prompting new questions about who should wear masks, get temperature checks or even be permitted to …

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Nursing homes across the country have been in lockdown for weeks under federal orders to protect their frail, elderly residents from coronavirus, but a wave of deadly outbreaks nearly every day since suggests that the measures including a ban on visits and daily health screenings of staffers…

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En esta imagen de archivo, tomada el 31 de marzo de 2020, el funcionario de la Ciudad de Dallas Eldho Babu comprueba el cierre de los negocios ante la preocupación por la propagación del coronavirus en la zona de Deep Ellum, en Dallas.

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FILE - In this Tuesday, March 31, 2020 file photo, Vincent Amos, who identified himself as homeless, pulls a shopping cart with his belongings amid businesses closed by concerns of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the Deep Ellum section of Dallas. Amos said his shelter in place routine includes w…

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FILE - In this Monday, March 30, 2020 file photo, Phu Dang, left, the owner of i5 Pho restaurant, gets help from a contractor as he boards up his business in Seattle's downtown Pioneer Square neighborhood. Dang closed his business to dine-in customers earlier in the month and had tried doing…

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The marquee for the Iowa Theater, closed in response to the coronavirus outbreak, is seen on John Wayne Drive, Wednesday, April 1, 2020, in Winterset, Iowa. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing he…

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, Jose Cojom stands on the front step of what remains of his home after it was destroyed by a tornado in Cookeville, Tenn. Like thousands of other Middle Tennesseans, Cojom's life has been upended by back-to-back disasters. Residents still reeling from the deadly…

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, a utility worker repairs a power line in Cookeville, Tenn. People still reeling from the deadly twisters that hit the state on March 3 now have to confront life in the age of coronavirus.

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, people walk down a street lined with tornado debris in Gallatin, Tenn. Thousands of people in Middle Tennessee affected by the deadly twisters of March 3 now also have to confront life in the age of coronavirus.

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, utility workers repair a power line in a residential neighborhood in Cookeville, Tenn. People still reeling from the deadly twisters that hit the state on March 3 now have to confront life in the age of coronavirus.

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, workers clear tornado debris from yards in Cookeville, Tenn. People still reeling from the deadly twisters that hit the state on March 3 now have to confront life in the age of coronavirus.

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, Jose Cojom walks across what is left of his home after it was destroyed by a tornado in Cookeville, Tenn. Like thousands of other Middle Tennesseans, Cojom's life has been upended by back-to-back disasters. Residents still reeling from the deadly twisters of Ma…

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, a sign with an inspirational message is displayed in Cookeville, Tenn. People still reeling from the deadly twisters that hit the state on March 3 now have to confront life in the age of coronavirus.

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, people walk down a street lined with tornado debris in Gallatin, Tenn. Thousands of people in Middle Tennessee affected by the deadly twisters of March 3 now also have to confront life in the age of coronavirus.

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In this March 26, 2020, photo, a flag flies from a tree trunk on a lot stripped of buildings in Cookeville, Tenn. People still reeling from the deadly twisters that hit the state on March 3 now have to confront life in the age of coronavirus.

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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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A pedestrian wears a face mask in the Boyle Heights area of Los Angeles on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has recommended that the city's 4 million people wear masks when going outside amid the spreading coronavirus. Garcetti on Wednesday said people in the nation'…

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A woman wears a face mask and gloves at El Mariachi Plaza in the Boyle Heights area of Los Angeles on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has recommended that the city's 4 million people wear masks when going outside amid the spreading coronavirus. Garcetti on Wednesday…