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- The NY Times published the names of 1,000 people who died of COVID-19 on their front page and interior pages, representing about one percent of the nearly 100,000 who have died in the United States so far.
- President Donald Trump spent Sunday promoting a baseless conspiracy theory that an intern for former Congressman and current MSNBC talk show host Joe Scarborough was murdered as well as golfing.
- Ocean City, Maryland was very crowded on Saturday; "masks were encouraged but not required."
- Actually, for hand sanitizer to explode in your car, it would need to be 572 degrees.
- Uh, social distancing isn't going well in Toronto either—and with no public bathrooms in parks, people are peeing on... residential homes. The police chief said, "When you've got an elderly woman opening the door and seeing someone defecating, it's quite bothersome."
- Two hair stylists in Missouri may have exposed up to 140 customers after contracting COVID-19.
- A study in Singapore says that coronavirus patients are not infectious after 11 days.
- Before the travel ban from Europe, there was one "final viral infusion" into the U.S.
- Long Island University is firing and furloughing dozens of union workers—without health insurance.
- Curtis Sliwa of the Guardian Angels defied NYC orders and swam in the waters off Coney Island on Saturday. Sliwa also said he buried an effigy of Mayor Bill de Blasio in the sand.
- A new Pixar short, which premiered on Friday on Disney+, features the studio's first main character who is gay.
- And we hope you get to feel as relaxed as this fuzzy fellow sometime soon:
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