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  • This disturbing graph shows what will happen if Trump gets to "reopen America" in April: it's estimate over 100 million more people will become infected with COVID-19.
  • This reporter's face will likely be immortalized in the coming years as the perfect side-eye reaction gif.
  • We are all reliant on the Internet now more than ever, and apparently that's taking its toll: "the stress on internet infrastructure is starting to show in Europe and the United States — and the traffic is probably far from its peak."
  • The Cheesecake Factory is telling its landlords across the country that it will not be able to make upcoming rent payments for any of its storefronts on April 1st because of significant loss of income due to the coronavirus crisis.
  • Here's a dispatch from Brooklyn Hospital, where doctors are in "disaster mode."
  • Vox explains why it's understandable people have an urge to move back home during this crisis, even though travel isn't recommended.
  • The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has been charged in the United States with federal drug trafficking crimes after an investigation by federal authorities in Washington, New York and Florida.
  • Unlike the rest of the industry, animated TV series have found ways to work around social distancing and stay in production.
  • The New Yorker has started a very useful quarantine cooking advice column.
  • A physician at Mount Sinai Hospital is asking for anyone who has recently recovered from the coronavirus to volunteer to have their blood tested for high levels of virus-fighting antibodies.
  • Here are some tips on grocery shopping during a pandemic.
  • And here are some tips on how to stay married during a pandemic.
  • Nine Inch Nails surprise dropped two new instrumental Ghosts albums, available for free as digital downloads.
  • And finally, I wish I could concentrate this well: