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Attention @NEAarts  Challenge America applicants: To prepare to distribute CARES Act funds, we must cancel the 4/9/2020 Challenge America application deadline. Please apply instead to Grants for Arts Projects for the 7/9/2020 deadline. More info:

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#COVID19 UPDATE: South Dakota received pallets of supplies this week from the National Strategic Stockpile and will be getting a number of the @AbbottNews  rapid testing machines soon. These tools will go a long way in helping our state prepare to fight coronavirus.

Gravity got you down? Pre-order@SpaceEngineersG  and play 4 days early! Prepare for liftoff:

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As Florida nears 10,000 COVID-19 cases, and an exponential growth curve of cases bends steeply up, Florida's health care sector has a few more weeks to prepare.

These 3 weeks have given us plenty of time to prepare for an onslaught & strengthen our medical infrastructure: @GVLNRAO , National Spokesperson & MP, BJP tells Athar Khan on @thenewshour  AGENDA. | #CoronaHarega 

Financial markets, and the world, are in unprecedented times. Here are potential ways to prepare for the opportunities that may arise as markets emerge from the turmoil:

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@irishmissionun  @simoncoveneyT  @WHOh  @WHO_Europea  @DrTedrosn  @DrMikeRyank  @UNReliefChief  @RefugeesChiefy  @IrlEmbMalawio  @IrlEmbTanzaniau  @IrlEmbUganda  for your strong message of solidarity and to & @simoncoveneyamp ; fo @Irish_Aidr  their @irishmissionun  €3 million allocation to help us prepare refugees and displaced for coronavirus.

We have compiled a list of FAQs regarding the upcoming repatriation flights. We urge you to review this info as you decide whether to confirm a seat or prepare to depart after confirming your seat.

Volunteer disinfectant sprayers help Wuhanprepare for return to work

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After Pearl Harbor and 9/11, we looked at what went wrong to learn from our mistakes. Once we've recovered, we need a nonpartisan commission to review our response and how we can better prepare for the next pandemic. I’m working on a bill to do that.

The Trump administration was told in January that coronavirus was likely to become a pandemic. They refused to act for fear of spooking the markets, losing weeks of time to prepare that we won’t get back.

The president is turning to racist rhetoric to distract from his failures to take the coronavirus seriously early on, make tests widely available, and adequately prepare the country for a period of crisis. Don't fall for it. Don't let your friends and family fall for it.

We had weeks of warning. Weeks to prepare. Excuse my language, but this is completely unacceptable. Where the hell are the coronavirus tests!

Cryin’ Chuck Schumer is complaining, for publicity purposes only, that I should be asking for more money than $2.5 Billion to prepare for Coronavirus. If I asked for more he would say it is too much. He didn’t like my early travel closings. I was right. He is incompetent!

This week, I’m traveling to Africa for the first time since I left office – a continent of wonderful diversity, thriving culture, and remarkable stories. As I prepare for this trip, I wanted to share a list of books that I’d recommend for summer reading:

As we count down to the new year, we get to reflect and prepare for what’s ahead. For all the bad news that seemed to dominate our collective consciousness, there are countless stories from this year that remind us what's best about America.

Tomorrow takes us behind the scenes with the hugely popular Korean pop group as they prepare to launch a world tour BTS' music mixes hip-hop & R&B, and is punctuated on stage by elaborate choreography. Here they are behind the scenes

Japan just closed schools for a month. If you're a parent with school-aged children: think for a second about how massively disruptive this would be. This is the kind of thing that Dr Messonier told Americans to prepare for and it's also totally at odds with the President's tone.

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