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Grief is everywhere in Wuhan. Just when things feel better, Lydia Chen told @emilyrauhala ⁩, sorrow steps in and “hits you in the face.”

Be humble. You may be wrong. Be kind. You may be remembered. Be forgiving. You may feel lighter. Be trustworthy. You may see further. Be generous. Others may reciprocate. Be curious. You may stay teachable. Be hard working. You may be luckier. Be yourself. You will be happier.

In 5 minutes, many New Yorkers will open their windows and clap, a daily "thank you" to the workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak. "It is a reminder that though we're isolated, we are not alone," @amandahess  writes.

A sailor from the coronavirus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt became the first crew member to be hospitalized in intensive care in Guam. More than 400 of the ship's sailors have tested positive for COVID-19.

JUST IN: Stacey Abrams says she would be "honored" to be Joe Biden's running mate

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VP Mike Pence: “Our heartfelt condolences during this heartbreaking week go out to every American family that has lost a loved one to the coronavirus.” Pence adds it has been a “difficult week” but "we continue to see evidence of stabilization.”

Morgan Stanley CEO diagnosed with coronavirus in March, since recovered: bank video

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America’s largest pension fund made a big hedge against a major financial meltdown that would have paid out more than $1 billion, but abandoned the position just weeks before the pandemic hit

Here's what the clapping sounded like one night in a Manhattan neighborhood

More than 2M Americans are sitting behind bars as the coronavirus outbreak spreads. @trymainelee  and @danslepian  share stories from inmates and their families on this week’s #IntoAmerica  Listen now:

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