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Virus cases in NYC top 1,000 as city prepares for worseDeaths from the coronavirus topped 1,000 in New York City as officials warned that the worst of the virus' toll is yet to come
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NATO says its role not hit by virus as Russia drills troopsNATO's chief says the military alliance's defenses have not been undermined by the coronavirus
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FILE - In this  Wednesday, March 7, 2018 filer, Juventus' Giorgio Chiellini celebrates at the end of a the Champions League, round of 16, second-leg soccer match between Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur, at the Wembley Stadium in London. The Juventus captain -- who has a master’s degree in business administration -- was the main go-between for millionaire teammates like Cristiano Ronaldo and management when the squad agreed to forgo 90 million euros ($100 million) in wages to help the club during the coronavirus crisis. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein, File)
Captain to chief negotiator: Chiellini works out salary cutsJuventus captain Giorgio Chiellini was the team's chief negotiator in working out a salary cut to help the club during the coronavirus crisis
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Two cruise ships are anchored offshore past a lifeguard tower, Tuesday, March 31, 2020, in Miami Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Coast Guard: Cruise ships must stay at sea with sick onboardThe U.S. Coast Guard has directed all cruise ships to remain at sea where they may be sequestered “indefinitely" and be prepared to send any ill passengers to the countries where the vessels are registered due to the coronavirus outbreak
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FILE - In this Oct. 1, 2019, photo, Gory Rodriguez, of Starbucks, right, interviews a job applicant during a job fair at Dolphin Mall in Miami. On Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 payroll processor ADP reports on how many jobs its survey estimates U.S. companies added in December. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)
U.S. businesses cut 27,000 jobs in March, before virus hitU.S. companies shed 27,000 jobs in March, according to a private survey, a figure that mostly reflected the economy as it stood before the full impact of the viral outbreak
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In this Monday, March 30, 2020, photo, Neal Miller poses for a portrait near where he is living during the COVID-19 outbreak in Chicago. Miller said his last stable job was as an adjunct professor at Loyola University in Chicago, sharing a house with four others to save money on rent. Now, all but one of the housemates are now out of work and decided this month to tell their own landlord that they couldn't pay on April 1. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak It's the first of the month, and rent is due for millions of Americans for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak turned the economy upside down
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Raffat Altekrete is battling the coronavirus one shopping cart at a time as he uses a disinfecting spray outside a supermarket in Ter Apel, north-eastern Netherlands, Tuesday, March 31, 2020. The Iraqi migrant, armed with latex gloves, a cleaning rag and a spray bottle of disinfectant is also aiming to express his gratitude and win hearts in a small Dutch community that hosts the Netherlands' biggest asylum seeker center. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Virus gives asylum-seekers chance to thank Dutch villagersRaffat Altekrete is battling the coronavirus one shopping cart at a time
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In this March 19, 2020, photo, Fairmont Regional Medical Center employees Carrin Powell, left, embraces Michele Myers-Stone, during a vigil at the hospital’s closing in Fairmont, W.Va. The coronavirus pandemic couldn't come at a worse time for communities trying to cope after a wave of hospital shutdowns across the rural United States. (Tammy Shriver/Times-West Virginian via AP)
Rural areas fear spread of virus as more hospitals closeThe coronavirus pandemic couldn't come at a worse time for rural communities across the U.S. that have lost their hospitals
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The UEFA logo displayed to the entrance of the UEFA Headquarters, in Nyon, Switzerland, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. The UEFA meet on 17 March 2020 to discuss the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the UEFA EURO 2020 and the European Cup competitions. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
Exposed to betting, lowly Swedish team gets death threatsAn amateur soccer team in Sweden was subjected to vicious online abuse after one of its practice games received unusually large exposure on betting sites amid the coronavirus pandemic
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