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COVID-19: Today in Black America 5/13/20

POSTED: May 13, 2020, 10:00 am

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The New York Times

At Senate Hearing, Government Experts Paint Bleak Picture of the Pandemic

Opinion: Let Our People Go


The Star-Ledger (NJ.com)

Remote learning continues in N.J., but students with disabilities still falling behind

15K patients in N.J., N.Y. mistakenly told they were immune to coronavirus after antibody test, report says


Philadelphia Tribune

Philly investigating 1,742 percent more respiratory deaths, and many at-home deaths

IRS sets Wednesday deadline for direct deposit of stimulus checks


The Los Angeles Times


Column One: A patient’s return to hospital COVID-19 unit underscores uncertainty to come

CSU plans to cancel most in-person classes and go online this fall, chancellor says


The Charlotte Post


Helping North Carolina communities during the COVID-19 outbreak

Managing your mental health during COVID-19 pandemic


The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philly.com)

Philly's coronavirus lockdown prevented approximately 57,000 hospitalizations, Drexel researchers estimate

Nearly half of inmates tested in Delaware County’s jail have had the coronavirus



The Detroit Free Press


GM's VP of global manufacturing discusses restart after shutdown from COVID-19

Michigan coronavirus case count surpasses 48,000; 4,674 deaths reported


The Chicago Tribune


Gov. J.B. Pritzker calls on legislature to ‘act expeditiously’ on coronavirus relief package as state reports record 4,000 new cases


Black Chicago churchgoers join one-quarter of Americans who say their faith’s grown stronger during the COVID-19 pandemic



The Washington Post


Armed militia helped a Michigan barbershop open, a defiance that puts Republican lawmakers in a bind

Every country in Africa has confirmed coronavirus cases


USA Today


US coronavirus curve may be flattening, but estimated death toll keeps rising. What does this mean?

'Unrivaled?' Fact-checking Donald Trump's claims about COVID-19 testing







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