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What we can learn from South Korea and Singapore’s efforts to stop coronavirus (besides wearing face masks)
South Korea has implemented aggressive contact-tracing apps to track a person’s detailed whereabouts.
Anthony Fauci: White House Coronavirus Task Force is giving ‘serious consideration’ to suggesting Americans wear face masks
‘We will be discussing it today, this afternoon, at the task force meeting,’ Fauci said Tuesday.
On Equal Pay Day, a reminder that some women get paid less than men — even on the front lines of coronavirus
Female physicians and surgeons make nearly 12% less than their male counterparts, according to one recent analysis.
Help for frazzled parents: 20 virtual field trips to keep your kids occupied (and learning)
As the cornavirus closes schools, these zoos, museums and world wonders online could supplement your children’s online classroom work.
How do I self-quarantine? Can I walk my dog? Be warned, there can be legal consequences for violators
There’s a lot of confusion about preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus. Here’s what health experts recommend.
‘More than a principal’: Dez-Ann Romain is first known New York City Public Schools staffer to die from the coronavirus
The educator had an uncanny ability to relate to her students and nurture their ‘promise and potential’.
Marlowe Stoudamire, an unrelenting champion for Detroit, dies from the coronavirus at 43
The community leader and entrepreneur, who dedicated his life to bringing change to the city, died from the coronavirus on March 24.
Take your mind off of the coronavirus for a few minutes with these videos, memes and threads
Such viral content has become an important part of self care, mental health experts say.
Free workouts from Peloton, Nike and others to help you stay active during your quarantine
14 fitness apps and streaming services that you can try at home for free
The ultrarich are paying limo drivers to deliver mail from Manhattan to their Hamptons houses
Many fled their city apartments to ride out the COVID-19 pandemic on Long Island.
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
Trillions in coronavirus spending could explode deficits to World War II levels
The trillions of dollars Washington is spending to combat COVID-19 is likely to push annual deficits relative to the size of the U.S. economy close to levels last seen during the 2007-2009 Great Recession — or even World War Two.
Pelosi says U.S. must have more voting by mail as coronavirus upends elections
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday said increased voting by mail would soon be a reality of life amid the coronavirus pandemic, and suggested she will press for more funding for it in the next stimulus package Congress works on.
Asian-American community leaders describe anxiety and prejudice amid coronavirus outbreak in New York City
The viral epidemic has led to incidents of harassment and violence.