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    Diana Hu is a pediatrician at Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation and a member of the Navajo epidemiology response team. Aurelia Yazzie/Courtesy Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation hide caption

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    A tip led police to more than a dozen bodies at the the Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation Center in Andover, N.J. The state is among those that grant temporary immunity from civil suits to nursing homes. Ted Shaffrey/AP hide caption

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    U.S. Hospitals Hit By Financial 'Triple Whammy' During Coronavirus Pandemic

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    A person wearing a face mask walks down a mostly empty Michigan Avenue in Chicago Thursday. In all major political groups, most people say they support shelter-in-place orders to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent poll. Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images hide caption

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    The Metropolitan Museum on Mar. 13, the first day it was closed due to the coronavirus. Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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    Emergency personnel transport a patient into Elmhurst Hospital in New York City earlier this week. The number of new cases in the city has been decreasing, though New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said state officials recently received some eye-opening preliminary results to recent antibody testing. Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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    Energy analysts say coal use is down so much that some power plants might run out of room to stockpile it. Reid Frazier/The Allegheny Front hide caption

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    David Roode and his wife, a concert pianist, have done some recording while on lockdown in Cincinnati. And they've tapped into savings they typically rely on during the slower summer months. Courtesy of David Roode hide caption

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    Beverly Pickering goofs around with client Bella the husky. Pickering's dog walking and pet sitting business relies on people traveling. People aren't doing that much these days. Courtesy of Beverly Pickering hide caption

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    Angelita Wynn, a school bus driver in Pittsburgh, says her abrupt layoff and the delay in jobless benefits has thrown her for a loop. Courtesy of Angelita Wynn hide caption

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